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DropDeck is a business funding platform focused on fast growing companies and operating on a global scale. It will offer both royalty financing, in which investors have the opportunity to contribute to a business in return for a share in the profits from its success, and also debt financing, in which investors may lend capital to the company and earn interest with the repayments.
United Traders (UT) is a proprietary trading company established in 2009. Employing traders from forty-two countries around the world, it has won multiple awards for its success in the world of traditional finance. With one of the firm’s products already integrating cryptocurrency, and several new blockchain products in the pipeline, United Traders is launching an ICO to raise funds from interested investors.
Tether has always been a controversial token – claimed to be redeemable for fiat currencies but shunned by the fiat banking system. However, the rapid expansion in Tether supply has raised concerns about whether this could be one of the reasons for the overall cryptocurrency boom.
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Snovio is a blockchain based platform that aims to overcome the main challenges of any business searching for high quality leads and other data. It combines a global marketplace for data with a ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) model for relevant additional services. The whole thing is powered by Snov tokens, that are available for purchase during the ICO starting on 31st October 2017.
It’s not every day that an ICO comes around with thirteen patented technologies to enhance the smartglass space that’s expected to boom. By introducing their token LCD, Lucyd endeavors to make the future of augmented reality glasses and apps decentralized.
Today, Scaling Bitcoin, the international engineering conference focused on Bitcoin and blockchain research, released its program for the 2017 edition. The conference, to be held in Stanford, California, in the first weekend of November, will also introduce a new side event this year: Bitcoin Edge, a bootcamp for starting Bitcoin developers.