If you follow tech updates, then you may pay attention to ZClassic, Waves, EOS and Obsidian
The co-fork will occur using BTC and ZCL, to attain the new forked coin, Anonymous Bitcoin. ANON hard fork has so far failed to lift the price of ZCL in the way that expectations of the Bitcoin Private (BTCP) hard fork caused a historical price pump. ANON is very similar to BTCP with additional features of a Master Node which requires 500 Coins to be stake for added passive income.
Smart Contracts are coming to #Waves MainNet in a week, on 10 September! Look at what features they will have and what smart contracts will bring to the #WavesPlatform users really soon: https://t.co/4VXApJLpb4#Blockchain #Crypto $WAVES pic.twitter.com/unTxFPtSic— Waves Platform (@wavesplatform) September 3, 2018
Waves is taking a different approach to smart contracts. Whilst the platform is ultimately planning to develop highly-versatile Turing complete contracts, their initial iteration will include limited functionality. The idea is to release smart contracts that cover the most popular use cases, built into the client so that everyone can deploy them, regardless of whether they have any programming knowledge or understanding of smart contracts themselves.
EOS also has a number of interesting developments this month which include the WORBLI Airdrop during the middle of the month. The WORBLI team will be dropping 1 Billion ‘WBI’ Tokens to the EOS Community.
ODIN Blockchain launch and PoW Premine start is scheduled for September 17 (according to roadmap).