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Blockchain History Part 2: Rise and Fall of the ICO

This is part 2 of our series on blockchain history. Read part 1 here. In the media about bitcoin one narrative has always been very prominent: the bubble. Indeed the cryptocurrency went mainstream, one of the biggest crashes happened in December 2013. The price went from

Blockchain History Part 1: Idea and Birth

We can find first traces of the idea of a blockchain back to the 90’s. In those years, Cyberpunks and libertarians were spreading the ideology of a free an anonymous internet. These two groups were both sceptical about the government authority. So their aim was

3 Things You Should Know About The Blockchain

The question that has been answered thousands of times and which answer still confuses everyone: What is a blockchain? The short answer: It’s a secure database. More specifically It is “an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a

TaoDust visits Blockchain Life Moscow!

5 months have passed since the kickoff of our World Tour, starting in Malta at the Blockchain Summit. Ever since we made significant steps forward, especially at RISE Hong Kong, Asias biggest Tech Conference, where Herbert R. Sim, also know as “The Bitcoin Man”, signed a 1

Crowdfunding Trends: Opportunities and new horizons

Crowdfunding has been born as a source to contribute to great ideas and humanitarian causes, but in recent years it has become an effective way to invest in early stage startups and generate great returns. These changes happen because of the creation of the regulatory

The 4 Types of Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is not only a way to finance your company, but it is also a method to raise money for humanitarian purposes, give a discounts for a particular product or ask for liquid money in exchange for interest. Let’s dive in to the purposes, the

The History of Crowdfunding

The concept of crowdfunding is something that has deep roots in human society, in fact it has existed since the 1700 where the Irish Nationalist Jonathan Swift found in crowdfunding the way to grant loans to poor, but creditworthy, people. The “crowd” in this case