Crypto Spring: STOs on the Rise?

The strong price increase of bitcoin since the beginning of April has probably officially initiated the end of "crypto winter". While everyone has a story on what triggered the rally, the exact reasons seem to be less evident.

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Why Blockchain is a Game Changer

Blockchain has the potential to redefine gaming in terms of ownership of digital assets, interoperability of games and governance. A number of gaming publishers have already been dipping their toes into blockchain games.

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Enterprise Cryptocurrencies: A Corporate Attack on Crypto?

Currently, many cryptocurrency applications are struggling with mass adoption as they fail to overcome problems in scalability and usability. This becomes apparent when observing the daily users of dApps across multiple platforms, such as Ethereum or EOS. At the same time, more and more corporates are exploring Blockchain technology for their own use cases and develop Enterprise Blockchain solutions.

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Mass Adoption of Blockchain – When?

Blockchain is still years away from mass adoption. We are in the early days of a nascent technology, and there are still significant challenges to overcome (e.g. low scalability, high energy consumption, lousy user experience, price manipulation in cryptocurrencies).

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Blockchain Technology: Value gets built in Bear Markets

About a year ago the website was launched to provide an overview of the German Blockchain and ICO landscape by listing blockchain startups, investors and consultancies. Much has happened in the Blockchain industry since then: The cryptocurrency market experienced its worst cryptowinter so far with bitcoin plummeting 82% from its all-time high on December 17, 2017 and Ethereum losing 92% to its all-time high on January 15, 2018. Overall, the total crypto market cap shed 83% over 12 months as the market corrected sharply, thus negatively affecting the profitability and continuation of mining operations, as well as key altcoin development projects.

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