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Floyd Mayweather-Backed ICO Stox Sued For Misappropriating $30 Million

A Chinese investor has sued Stox.com and its owner Moshe Hogeg, for allegedly misappropriating funds raised during an ICO. Boxer Floyd Mayweather famously backed the Stox ICO, and has subsequently been in trouble with the SEC for other crypto-endorsements. Stox Of Ethereum According to the NIS 17 million ($4.6m) lawsuit, the investor sunk $3.8m worth of Ethereum into the ICO. This was based on promises made in the white-paper, which claimed that the company would invest $30m of funds raised into developing its prediction market platform. The Mayweather-endorsed ICO, held in August 2017, raised $34m, but the lawsuit claims that only $5m of this was invested into the company. Hogeg invested the rest, it claims, in other ICOs such as that of Telegram. In addition, the investor accuses Hogeg of selling his own Stox tokens 00 before he promised, thus devaluing all tokens. Spending Spree One of Israel’s highest-profile crypto-entrepreneurs, Hogeg also faces charges of misappropriating funds in another company he controls. He denies both the charges, which follow a mightily impressive spending spree last year. In June 2018 he reportedly bought $19m worth of land in a wealthy suburb of Tel Aviv. Two months later, he splashed out $7.2m on Beitar Jerusalem, one of Israel’s top football clubs. Not content with this (and perhaps seeking some lasting recognition of his ‘greatness’), he donated $1.9m to Tel Aviv University. Well, he donated it to establish the ‘Hogeg Institute for Blockchain Applications.’ (May)Weather The Storm The Stox ICO marked Mayweather’s first foray into crypto-promotion. He later endorsed a further two ICOs, netting him $300,000. Sadly, one of these, Centra Tech, was later found by the SEC to be a scam, and the founders charged with fraud. This shone a light on Mayweather’s own involvement, and the commission charged both Mayweather and DJ Khaled for failing to disclose that their endorsements of the ICO were paid promotions. Mayweather settled the charges by agreeing to pay $300,000 in disgorgement, $300,000 in penalties, plus interest, and receiving a 3-year ban from future securities promotions. Unfortunately for Mayweather, his woes do not end there. His name also appears in a class-action lawsuit against Centra Tech, its founders, and celebrity endorsers. He must be hoping upon hope that he can remain uninvolved in this latest suit. Images courtesy of Shutterstock, Bitcoinist archives The post Floyd Mayweather-Backed ICO Stox Sued For Misappropriating $30 Million appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
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Blockchain Startup Stox and Founder Sued for $4.6 Million Over Alleged Fraud

Blockchain Startup Stox and Founder Sued for $4.6 Million Over Alleged Fraud A Chinese investor has sued a prominent Israeli crypto entrepreneur and his blockchain firm Stox (STX) over alleged fraud, English-language newspaper The Times of Israel reports Jan. 25. The investor, Zhewen Hu, is suing Stox and its founder for $4.6 million, according to […] Cet article Blockchain Startup Stox and Founder Sued for $4.6 Million Over Alleged Fraud est apparu en premier sur Bitcoin Central.
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Blockchain Predictions Market Stox and Founder Sued for $4.6 Million

Blockchain Predictions Market Stox and Founder Sued for $4.6 Million Israel-based blockchain prediction market platform Stox and its founder Moshe Hogeg are reportedly being sued by a Chinese investor for over $4.6 million over alleged fraud. As reported in The Times of Israel on Friday, investor Zhewen Hu claims in a lawsuit, filed in the Tel Aviv District Court… The post Blockchain Predictions Market Stox and Founder Sued for $4.6 Million appeared first on Altcoin Today.
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Stox Founder Moshe Hogeg Faces $5 Million Lawsuit Following Claims of ICO Being a Ponzi Scheme

Stox is a company that was launched by Moshe Hogeg in 2013 as a subsidiary of Invest.com, another business of Hogeg’s. Despite already being life, Hogeg chose to wait until last year to officially launch an initial coin offering (ICO), which many people may remember for its promotion by boxer Floyd Mayweather. As a result of the ICO, the company managed to bring in over $30 million in funding. However, with this substantial funding, many people have been perpetuating a realistic rumor that Stox is simply an exit scam and nothing more. Details of these allegations originally were found within Reddit before it was eventually picked up by major news outlets. Part of the “proof” provided was a list of wallet addresses that showed irregularities in the transactions. When this rumor first started circulating, Stox had released a statement, saying, “This anonymous source re-published a message that was published and already answered more than a year ago (26.9.2017). This source copied the message and shouted “Exit scam” without having any cause whatsoever… the created tokens were actually tokens purchased by private investors before the public sale. Money taken was converted to Ethereum. This was purchased by Hogeg. Hogeg used this money to purchase additional STX following the company’s public sale. A second rumor sprung up as well, saying that the company had let go of the staff at the platform and that their office had been closed as well. Stox responded again, crediting the loss of staff was due to a falling out with a partnership deal that involved themselves and Chromologic. Then, they were gone, off on their way to “operation in Europe.” At this point, there is no evidence to say if the project is actually an exit scam, but it was originally meant as a platform that predicts the outcome of the market to help users earn more money. The website itself offers the prediction of Bitcoin prices as an example, which does not exactly sound like binary options. Perhaps that is the reason that a Chinese investor is suing him. Zhewen Hu, the investor, has accused Hogeg of running a Ponzi scheme, which he chose to invest in before this information became known. In an Israeli court, Hu is demanding NIS 17 million ($4.63 million) in compensation, but Hogeg responded to the lawsuit by saying that he will “not give in to despicable extortion attempts.” He stood his ground, adding, “I am the force behind the company and will have the final say.” In the lawsuit, Hu also accuses of Hogeg and other players in the Stox platform of keeping the money and departing from their work on the brand. Even with a whitepaper and business plan in place, Hu defends his own stance, saying that those things were just efforts to convince consumers to invest. Even though there is no evidence yet of an exit scam, there’s some merit to the claims that Hu stated. A local outlet revealed that the company was planned to be launched in conjunction with Invest.com, according to the initial whitepaper. At the time, Hogeg said that the website was home to three million users, exceeding $50 million in revenue in 2016, all of which would be issued a crypto wallet to use with Stox. None of these plans ever came to fruition. In fact, right now, Invest.com is just a landing page, and the Android Google Play store shows less than 1,000 downloads. Right now, there are advertisements for sports betting, but there is no certainty of if this function is even active.
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Top Crypto Entrepreneur In Israel, Moshe Hogeg, Allegedly Embezzled ICO Funds

Moshe Hogeg, A Leading Israeli Crypto Entrepreneur, Allegedly Embezzled ICO Funds Israel is home to Moshe Hogeg, which is one of the most successful and prominent entrepreneurs in the cryptocurrency industry. However, he seems to have gotten in hot water recently with one of his companies recently, since he’s the subject of an embezzlement case that accused him of stealing funds from two Initial Coin Offerings. The 17 shareholders of IDC Investdotcom Holdings, better known as Invest.com, were the petitioners in this case, requesting to liquidate their business. A Tel Aviv court appointed a liquidator for now. This same group of shareholders formerly held stocks for AnyOption, a former binary options firm. The case discusses how the two industries cases are closely related, though the binary options industry is no longer valid in Israel. According to the petition filed, Invest.com and AnyOption were merged in June 2017 after Israel’s government banned the binary options sector. The agreement was amended in February, giving $3.5 million and shares of Stox to the former shareholders of AnyOption. Stox is a cryptocurrency form. One of the listed ICOs was performed in August 2017 for Stox’s fundraising project, bringing in $34 million worth of ETH at the time. However, the market went up, and this valuation rose to $60 million. To help fund a project named Zodiac, which was a part of Stox, the company held another ICO in February this year. At the time, the project raised $33 million, which is included in the petition well. The complaint says that the amount contributed never went to the progress of Invest.com. Instead, the shareholders believe that Hogeg embezzled the funds, making Invest.com insolvent. However, Invest.com has denied this allegation.
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Tel Aviv-Based Ethereum-Built Stox Refutes Accusations Of STX Crypto Token Exit Scam

Stox, was recently in the news because of allegations of an exit scam carried out by SIRIN Labs’ founder Moshe Hogeg. The company has actively refuted this accusation, claiming that it’s work of disgruntled elements looking to spread some fear, uncertainty and doubt. The claims of an exit scam were initially published in a Reddit thread and spread to Telegram channels, then picked up by major outlets, including IOTA’s founder, Dominik Schiener’s tweet about how he’s always thought that SIRIN’s founder, Moshe Hogeg was a shady person and scammer. According to the tweet, Dominik says, I always suspected @moshehogeg from @SIRINLABS to be a shameless scammer. Now we finally have proof: https://t.co/JWJRqISry8. Wonder how much money he stole from Sirin and other projects he was involved in. He and his companies give the entire ecosystem a bad reputation. — Dominik Schiener (@DomSchiener) November 11, 2018 While many might have taken this as a comment from an expert in the industry, it is important to note that SIRIN Labs had a previous arrangement to use IOTA’s blockchain for its soon to be released phone, but pulled out of the arrangement and chose the ethereum blockchain. How The Accusations Started The text used as “evidence” on the Reddit thread had a list of wallet addresses that indicated purported irregularities in the transfer of STX tokens. These tokens which were vested were seemingly withdrawn from the receiving wallets that they were initially in through the use of the revoke function and transferred to a “strategic partnership address”, after which it was then traded on an exchange. The subtext being that Hogeg sold these tokens –more specifically, his tokens. In response to this, Stox released a statement saying, “This anonymous source re-published a message that was published and already answered more than a year ago (26.9.2017). This source copied the message and shouted “Exit scam” without having any cause whatsoever… the created tokens were actually tokens purchased by private investors before the public sale. Money taken was converted to Ethereum. This was purchased by Hogeg. Hogeg used this money to purchase additional STX following the company’s public sale.” The company continued, “Additional Stox tokens were purchased by Moshe as he is a huge fan of Stox who strongly believes in what we are doing as he has said many times. There has been no unethical behavior, nor any dumping of Stox token.” An independent investigation of the aforementioned statements actually confirmed this statement to be true. And in response to the latest allegations the company stated, “These are private transactions conducted by Moshe Hogeg on the secondary markets. These transactions are not related to his involvement in the company at all and were concluded independently.” As for the issue of revoked tokens, Stox clearly stated that admins were the only ones who could do that and only used in certain instances: “[it]…was used right after the ICO in order to fix vested amounts in invest.com’s and Stox’s team wallets. The revoked tokens were transferred back to the vesting contract, and then reallocated according to both the terms mentioned in the white paper, and also in accordance with agreements with our strategic partners and advisers… From time to time the revoke function is used to adjust vesting terms according to new or ended partnerships. For example, when an employee leaves our employ, Stox revokes his vested tokens and return them to the vesting contract.” The Second Rumor Sparking FUD That same text shared on reddit stated that the company’s CEO, Yossi Peretz has moved on from the company, partners like Commologic and Amazix have pulled out of earlier arrangements and partnerships, and that the company has let go of all staff, closing their office in the process. It’s true that the first and second rumors are true as seen in Peretz’s post on Medium, “My Journey with Commologic & Stox has been one of the best working experiences. As the CEO of Commologic … we have assisted building the Stox platform…Due to the decision of STX Technologies to terminate the service contract with Commologic, Commologic will no longer continue its business activities and I have decided that it is now time for me to pursue a new venture and take my career in a different direction.” Shortly after Peretz’s statement, the company released a statement saying that it will now be managed by Gibraltar based STX Technologies Ltd. The company also confirmed that it had ended the partnership between it and Amazix: “Stox terminated the contract with AmaZix in October because the parties could not reach agreement on the commercial terms. Stox is currently in talks with AmaZix with the aim of re-establishing the relationship and renewing the contract.” The third claim of the company downsizing is because of the conclusion of the partnership deal between it and Chromologic. Their statement reads: “In this regard we have moved development an operation to Europe…We say goodbye to the Israeli team that has been with us from the start, as part of the company’s decision to move finally towards a more decentralized platform.”
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Cryptocurrency Prediction Marketplace Stox Debunks Exit Scam Rumors

Stox (STX ),  a distributed ledger technology (DLT ) based prediction platform that allows users to predict the outcome of events in various ecosystems including the cryptocurrency markets, sports, tech, and others, has responded to rumors making the rounds that its orchestrating an exit scam, according to a Finance Magnates report  on November 12, 2018.     Stox (STX) Not Running...Read More. The post by Ogwu Osaemezu Emmanuel appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
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BlockchainBrad | Blockvera | Perlin | Crypto Interview | Leaderless PoS | IEO Binance| WASM | Dorjee

BlockchainBrad sits down with Perlin Co-founder, Dorjee Sun, for a Blockvera Deep Dive in an EXCLUSIVE crypto interview. They discuss all aspects of Perlin, including its leaderless ledger powering WASM smart contracts, their Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) on the Binance Launchpad and much more. This is a Free Interview and there is a very strong focus on business & enterprise. In just over an hour, Brad & Dorjee discuss topics such as Perlin’s technical solution, why it’s scalability, speed and finality are real advantages, their strategic positioning in Singapore, upcoming partnerships and collaboration with governments, the value and utility of their token and the details of their IEO are all discussed at length. This video was completely free - neither Brad nor Blockvera were compensated in any way, not in $, token or any other form of payment. ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● 👇 MORE INFO ON PERLIN Website - https://www.perlin.net Telegram Community -https://t.me/perlinnetworkchat Medium -https://medium.com/perlin-network Twitter -https://twitter.com/PerlinNetwork ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● ⏳Timestamps 0:52 A brief rundown of Perlin 4:14 Scalability, finality & potential to become a global settlement system 7:53 The value & credentials of their project team 10:30 How many crypto startups will still be around in a few years? 12:56 The future of utility tokens 16:20 The advantages of operating in Singapore 18:34 Partnerships 25:05 The network effect of belief with top 100 coins 30:03 Snowball Protocol 36:47 Does Perlin make it cheaper for businesses to operate? 39:00 The value & utility of the token 42:05 Would the increase in value of the token be a problem in the future? 43:40 Team tokens & private sale terms 47:25 Difference in IEO price vs Private sale 49:30 Why Binance? 51:10 How can you avoid “pump and dumps” in these situations? 55:33 Government collaborations worldwide 59:00 Outlook for the next year 1:05:44 Final thoughts ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● ►Join The BCB Tele https://t.me/BlockchainBradCommunity ► Follow on twitter: https://twitter.com/Brad_Laurie ► Join BlockVera on twitter: @BlockVera ► Check out BlockVera on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Af4pD... ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● PAYMENT/DONATION DISCLOSURE: This interview was entirely, 100% free in every way, not tokens, no under the table deals. I believe that sponsored content is not a problem if disclosed openly to the community. This is not Financial Advice. Please #DYOR ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● INVESTMENT DISCLOSURE: I have not invested in Perlin. I did consider investing in Perlin, but I decided I may invest later after listing. This is not Financial Advice, but I really believe in this project. #DYOR always. ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● BlockVera General Disclaimer: This BlockVera Episode was entirely free. BlockVera is about providing more #Truth, #Trust and #Transparency in the Crypto Space. We will be bringing to you several free and unsponsored pieces of content on the BV platform, however to sustain our presence, we will also be doing some sponsored pieces too. BlockVera will always disclose sponsored content. This interview is not sponsored in any way. The BlockVera interviewer was not paid in any way to conduct this interview - there was also no sponsorship given to BlockVera. This was entirely free and for all of us. The information provided is not to be considered as a recommendation to buy or invest in certain assets or currencies and is provided solely as an educational and information resource to help traders make their own decisions. Past performance is no guarantee of future success. It is important to note that no system or methodology has ever been developed that can guarantee profits or ensure freedom from losses. No representation or implication is being made that using the attached material will guarantee profits or ensure freedom from losses. BlockVera shall not be liable to the participant for any damages, claims, expenses or losses of any kind (whether direct or indirect) suffered by the participant arising from or in connection with the information obtained from this website or directly from the website owner.
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Titles and Designations Among Industry Participants

Those that follow developments within the digital securities sector may have come across a variety of titles/designations given to industry participants. While a select few companies have set their sights on attaining a full scope of designations, most specialize in one area or another. This necessitates a high level of cooperation among companies, as issuing digital securities requires utilizing various services. With Securitize recently attaining the title of ‘transfer agent’, now is as good a time as any to take a brief look at what positions, such as this, entail. Here are a few designations typically associated with digital securities, and a superficial look at the roles which they play. Placement Agent Companies tasked with completing the roles of a placement agent typically function as a conduit for raising capital. A placement agent is usually hired by a company looking to raise capital through an STO/DSO or some other means of fundraising. Throughout this process, the placement agent will attempt to connect appropriate, and interested, parties (issuers & investors). In doing so, investors gain access to pre-vetted opportunities in their ‘wheelhouse’, while issuers benefit from access to a larger pool of investors. Beyond simply providing token issuers access to their contact book, placement agents are able to provide certain levels of clout to relatively unknown companies through mere affiliation. In addition, they are often tasked with helping develop marketing strategies for token issuers, to more efficiently connect appropriate parties. The following companies are examples of participants within the digital securities sector which hold the title of a placement agent. US Capital Global Entoro BlockPass Issuance Platform The entire process of selling and distributing digital securities is contingent on finding a competent issuance platform. Digital securities require specific traits to be built into their coding, as they are required to be compliant with securities laws imposed by regulatory bodies, such as the SEC. This is done when they are created, using issuance protocols based on blockchain technologies, such as Polymath’s well known ST-20. The following companies are examples of participants within the digital securities sector which act as issuance platforms. Harbor Fintelum Swarm Broker-Dealer A broker-dealer refers to a licenced company which buys and sells securities. A broker-dealer has the ability to act on behalf of, either, themselves or a client. This is a fluctuating designation which is broken down as follows: When securities are traded on behalf of a client, the company is assuming the role of a broker. When securities are traded on behalf of the company, itself, the company is assuming the role of a dealer. The following companies are examples of participants within the digital securities sector which hold the title of a broker-dealer. StartEngine Gemini Dinosaur Financial Group Custodian In a world which is becoming increasingly connected, new challenges regarding security measures are arising every day. This places increased importance on companies assuming the roles of custodians. Custodians within the digital securities sector are tasked with safely storing digital assets. While their means for achieving this may vary, their presence within the sector is extremely important. Warranted or not, blockchain based assets are often viewed together. This means that when an unregulated exchange with poor security measures is hacked, it paints a bleak picture of similar assets. To continue the upwards trajectory of blockchain based assets (digital securities), regulated custodians are of key importance. Through stringent security measures, they are able to provide a safe home for valuable assets, as well as piece of mind for their holders. The following companies are examples of participants within the digital securities sector which provide custodial services. PrimeTrust Copper TokenSoft Marketplace Provider For participating parties to benefit from the oft-touted liquidity associated with digital securities, these assets need a place to call home. Marketplace providers offer this, as they facilitate secondary market trading of digital securities. By facilitating the buying/selling of digital securities, investors can now easily enter and exit their positions. The following companies are examples of participants within the digital securities sector which act as Marketplace Providers. Archax OpenFinance TokenMarket Transfer Agent For companies which undergo the tokenization process and distribute tokens, a transfer agent is vital. Companies which assume this role are typically tasked with accurately tracking the activity and ownership of distributed assets. This means providing token issuers with an accurate picture of who is in possession of their digital assets, and in some instances doling out dividends to holders. The SEC breaks down the roles of a transfer agent into the following 3 main categories. Issue and cancel certificates to reflect changes in ownership. Act as an intermediary for the company. Handle lost, destroyed, or stolen certificates The following companies are examples of participants, within the digital securities sector, which hold the title of a transfer agent. Securitize VStock Transfer Horizon Globex Jockeying for Position While there are many roles and designations within the sector, these are a few of the most prominent and important found in digital securities. With the digital securities sector still in a nascent stage of growth, there are various companies jockeying for position as the ‘go-to’ entity for their specialities. In time, we will eventually see the cream rise to the top, as select companies stand out from the pack with the services they offer. The post Titles and Designations Among Industry Participants appeared first on Securities.io.
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Surprise! Binance Researchers Prefer Binance Chain

The scalability trilemma continues to dog blockchain economies, according to the latest Binance Research. Ethereum, while clinging to the crown as the dominant token economy, is facing stiff competition from a range of scrappy competitors. And you’ll never guess which blockchain Binance researchers consider to be a top contender. The Binance report recognizes Ethereum’s success as  “the most used blockchain worldwide for developers to issue new tokens.” As the dominant network, Ethereum has introduced a large variety of fully developed token standards, including newer innovations such as security tokens and non-fungible tokens. But despite Ethereum’s large range of offerings, Binance Research says,  the “vast majority of these tokens are worthless,” and tokens on other blockchains also hold little value. The big exception is Binance Chain, which has “the second largest amount of positively-valued tokens,” after Ethereum. The study explains that “newer blockchains have begun to compete in different segments” as Ethereum suffers from issues with scalability and gas fees. In addition to Binance Chain, which allows users to pay fees “in any valuable asset,” popular competing blockchains mentioned in the report include “EOS, Ontology, and TRON or second layers running on blockchains like Simple Ledger Protocol for Bitcoin Cash.”   source: Binance Research   Presenting a detailed comparison of token-focused blockchain solutions, the study examines some of the distinctions between the various networks. DApp availability justifies the growth in use-case for token ecosystems and therefore is a key factor for consideration, according to the report, and speed and fees are important considerations as well. The researchers also consider “easiness to build,” along with security and the extent to which a blockchain is decentralized. In terms of DApp activity, EOS and TRON are the favorite blockchains for casino-style gaming. Ontology is a favorite among gamers, while exchange dApps have a strong presence on NEO.  Ethereum is more diversified in its offerings, with growth in a wider range of applications in finance and exchange. The blockchains seeing the most activity are “Ethereum, Binance Chain, EOS, Tron, and NEO.”    source: Binance Research   Binance Research points out that many blockchains offer a “compelling value proposition” for the issuance of tokens, which may eventually overtake Ethereum’s dominant position. Binance Chain in particular is singled out for “the creation of tokens natively” giving it an advantage over others that rely on smart-contract deployments, like Ethereum and a number of competitors. With the relatively low number of use-cases and users across the industry, the report concludes that even though Ethereum currently dominates, it is “too early to rule out” potential competitors. “In the long run,” the study says,  “a wide variety of programmable blockchains will likely coexist if interoperability solutions across chains develop and prove to be secure and usable.”    The post Surprise! Binance Researchers Prefer Binance Chain appeared first on Crypto Briefing.
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TriveAcademy Awarded the Bloconomic Excellence Award at the Bloconomic Expo 2019

TriveAcademy, a player in building the blockchain technology infrastructure which also conducts training classes and consultation processes was awarded for the “Bloconomic Excellence Award – Best Blockchain Technology Developer Award” at the  Bloconomic Expo 2019. The Bloconomic Expo 2019 is organized by the Malaysian Blockchain Association and Alphacap Sdn. Bhd. As a sponsor partner for Bloconomic event, TriveAcademy has presented their latest technology and applications of Trivechain 2.0 to the public at the expo. Trivechain just launched TRVC App which all the speakers’ and volunteers’ certificates is been blockchain in their TRVC app. After a successful fork on April 22, 2019, the new version of Trivechain 2.0 has been successfully forked, deployed and is running steadily. Trivechain 2.0 has include major changes such as adjustments to their Proof-of-Work algorithm from X11 to X16R and Proof-of-Stake collateral from 1,000 TRVC to 10,000 TRVC. The mining hash rate and the number of masternode needs to catch up slowly and be supported by a new community. The hash power and number of masternodes is increasing gradually every day indicating a significant increase from the date it was forked. In an interview with Tan, he said that “Trivechain 2.0, as a blockchain platform, will create a highly compatible community to attract developers and entrepreneurs around the world to become part of the Trivechain community. This community along with a number of open source products will offer and create a more conducive ecosystem for developers. This allows the chain to provide the most favorable conditions for its users to develop its application.” Trivechain 2.0 is offering another alternative open source platform for developers to develop their new blockchain base business ventures. The platform is ready for deployment and for those who are interested to catch new mining trend. Come and join the Trivechain community! You are invited to apply for the development fund through the DAO governance system to build a friendly and efficient development ecosystem in the blockchain environment. Visit the official website at www.trivechain.com for more details. About Trivechain (TRVC): Trivechain (TRVC) is a games and entertainment public blockchain protocol managed by Decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) which focuses on games and entertainment to enter the new era digital age with implementation of blockchain-based technology and DApps (decentralized applications). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trivechainMedium: https://medium.com/trivechainTwitter: https://twitter.com/trivechain_trvcReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/TRVC-2Telegram: t.me/trivechain The post TriveAcademy Awarded the Bloconomic Excellence Award at the Bloconomic Expo 2019 appeared first on Bitcoin Garden.
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Wanchain, Civic, Aion and Tael Top All Cryptos; Coins in Aggregate Up 3.13% Overall, 34 Coins Cross Key Moving Average

The Big Winners From Yesterday Over the past day, the top performing coin out of the 133 coins we are tracking was Wanchain, which offered a day-over-day return 90.53%. Rounding out the top four currencies for the day were Civic, Aion, and Tael, which provided holders with returns of 27.02%, 26.53%, and 22.7% for the day. These moves were quite significant, in the sense that they were well outside of the volatility each of the respective coins had seen for the past two weeks. Crypto brokers to trade the currencies mentioned here: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex The Crypto Big Picture Overall, the average change in coin price for the coins we’re tracking was up 3.1253%. On a more granular level, 65% of the coins we’re tracking were up while 35% of the coins were down. Below we can see the average daily change for the coins we are tracking our index over time. 34 coins are especially close to their 20 day moving average, and thus may be worth watching for technical traders who view the 20 day moving average as a key support/resistance level. Crypto brokers to trade the currencies mentioned here: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Currencies With Significant Price Moves Here’s a list of the specific coins that crossed their key moving average level: Status, district0x, Loopring, 0x, SingularDTV, SONM, IOTA, Verge, AirSwap, Request, Viberate, Power Ledger, Ripio Credit Network, Agrello, BlockMason Credit Protocol, Aeron, Genesis Vision, Po.et, Tierion, Tael, Time New Bank, Waves, OST, NavCoin, Lunyr, AppCoins, VIBE, Nucleus Vision, POA Network, Groestlcoin, Skycoin, Civic, Streamr DATAcoin, Dock. Also of note is that 66 of the 133 we track have contracting volatility. Volatility contraction often precedes a breakout, so this may be something to watch. Below is a chart that zooms in a bit more, showing 4 coins trading below their 20 day moving average and exhibiting contracting volatility. Are these coins ready for a rally? Crypto brokers to trade the currencies mentioned here: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Article by SixJupiter The post Wanchain, Civic, Aion and Tael Top All Cryptos; Coins in Aggregate Up 3.13% Overall, 34 Coins Cross Key Moving Average appeared first on DecentralPost.
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