Livepeer (lpt)

by Huub

The Livepeer project aims to deliver a live video streaming network protocol that is fully decentralized, highly scalable, crypto token incentivized, and results in a solution which can serve as the live media layer in the decentralized development (web3) stack. In addition, Livepeer is meant to provide an economically efficient alternative to centralized broadcasting solutions for any existing broadcaster. In this document we describe the Livepeer Protocol - a delegated stake based protocol for incentivizing participants in a live video broadcast network in a game-theoretically secure way. We present solutions for the scalable verification of decentralized work, as well as the prevention of useless work in an attempt to game the token allocations in an inflationary system. The Livepeer Token (LPT) is the protocol token of the Livepeer network. But it is not the medium of exchange token. Broadcasters use Ethereum's Ether (ETH) to broadcast video on the network. Nodes who contribute processing and bandwidth earn ETH in the form of fees from broadcasters. LPT is a staking token that participants who want to perform work on the network stake in order to coordinate how work gets distributed on the network, and to provide security that the work will get done honestly and correctly. LPT has the following purposes: It serves as a bonding mechanism in a delegated proof of stake system, in which stake is delegated towards transcoders (or validators) who participate in the protocol to transcode video and validate work. The token, and potential slashing that occurs due to protocol violation, is necessary in order to secure the network against a number of attacks. More below. It routes work through the network in proportion to the amount of staked and delegated token, essentially serving as a coordination mechanism. It is a unit of account that is specific to the Livepeer ecosystem, which forms the basis of a SectorCoin concept, applicable to additional functionality to be introduced in the future. Services such as DVR, closed captioning, ad insertion/monetization, and analytics can all plug into the Livepeer ecosystem and potentially make use of the security provided by staking LPT. An initial allocation of Livepeer Token will be distributed so that stakeholders can fulfill various roles in, and use the network, and then additional token will be issued according to algorithmically programmed issuance over time. Following the conventions of Ethereum and many popular ERC20 tokens, LPT will be divisible by 10 ^ 18, with larger denominations such as the LPT itself intended to be used for user level transactions such as staking, and smaller denominations intended to be used for protocol accounting.

JUST (jst)

by Huub

JUST is a smart contract-powered decentralized lending ecosystem on the TRON network. Acting as a decentralized stablecoin system, it has introduced the first decentralized stablecoin, USDJ, on the TRON network. Pegged at 1:1 with USD, USDJ is issued by collateralizing sufficient TRX on JUST, while the other token JST is used for decentralized governance and paying stability fees.

SERO (sero)

by Huub

Super Zero is the world's first privacy protection platform for decentralised applications based on Zero Knowledge Proof that also supports Turing smart contracts.

Voyager Token (vgx)

by Huub

The Voyager Token (VGX) rewards users within the Voyager crypto broker ecosystem. VGX generates 5% interest when held in the Voyager app and will soon offer cash back rewards, and other exclusive features. VGX, formerly Ethos (ETHOS), can also be stored in its native wallet, the Ethos Universal Wallet. The Ethos Universal Wallet gives users the power to self custody 150+ crypto assets securely.

USDK (usdk)

by Huub

sBTC (sbtc)

by Huub

Synthetic BTC by Synthetix, Tracks the price of Bitcoin through price feeds supplied by an oracle.

V.SYSTEMS (vsys)

by Huub

V.SYSTEMS is a blockchain infrastructure provider with a focus on database and cloud services. Powered by the Supernode Proof-of-Stake (SPoS) consensus algorithm, each supernode is elected in a decentralized network according to Proof-of-Stake (PoS) principles, providing high performance minting, transaction processing and smart contract functions. VSYS is the native currency for the V.SYSTEMS blockchain platform with a multitude of uses including transactions, staking and minting on the network. V.SYSTEMS aims to deliver decentralized cloud database technology with high scalability, durability and performance. With Sunny King as the lead architect, V.SYSTEMS has already designed and implemented SPoS Consensus, a super efficient distributed consensus algorithm with the highest resistance to 51% attacks. The network plans to operate as a cloud platform based on modular systems that can support efficient and agile development of a vast variety of applications including but not limited to finance (DeFi), entertainment, social network and many more.

Sora (xor)

by Huub

Sora believes that economies should be decentralized, yet rational. The Sora Decentralized Autonomous Economy (DAE) is the world's first decentralized economy, where everyone participates to create the best world together. Soramitsu (www.soramitsu.co.jp), founded by Makoto Takemiya, Ryu Okada, and Ikkei Matsuda, is one of the contributors to Sora (www.sora.org) with the aim to create a new type of economic system to improve the efficiency of society.

bZx Protocol (bzrx)

by Huub

Alpha Finance (alpha)

by Huub

Alpha Finance Lab is focused on researching and building in the Decentralized Finance (DeFi) space. Alpha Lending, the first product built by Alpha Finance Lab, is a decentralized lending protocol with algorithmically adjusted interest rates built on Binance Smart Chain.

Reddcoin (rdd)

by Huub

Launched in 2014 as a fork of Litecoin, Reddcoin (RDD) is a decentralized cryptocurrency used to tip or send payments for social content. The Reddcoin API supports social platforms such as Reddit, Twitter, and Twitch. Accounts created on the Reddcoin wallet can be linked to Twitter, Twitch, and Reddit accounts. Upon downloading the ReddID browser extension, users can “like” content by entering the username and sending a micropayment. RDD is mined by the ReddID wallet through Proof-of-Stake-Velocity (PoSV), which incentivizes both ownership (stake) and activity (velocity).

ThunderCore (tt)

by Huub

ThunderCore is committed to building a public blockchain platform that is fast, scalable, and secure. Made possible by years of rigorous academic research, ThunderCore is an EVM-compatible public blockchain that offers higher throughput, faster confirmation times, and lower costs to make it quick and easy for DApps to deploy and scale. Core development team of ThunderCore is made up of pioneers in smart contracts and distributed algorithms from top notch academic circles in the US. ThunderCore utilized solid pathbreaking academic research in the field of blockchain consensus protocols to break through the scalability “trilemma”.ThunderCore achieves a TPS of thousands while ensuring decentralized trust. The ThunderCore mainnet launched on Feb 28, 2019. The ThunderCore ecosystem construction has started, and will soon launch PoS staking, in order to support users participation in consensus.

Force Protocol (for)

by Huub

The Force Protocol is committed to creating an open source open source platform for distributed crypto-finance, providing solutions based on cross-chain technology to developers of crypto-financial services applications. Specifically, The Force Protocol will be based on the current mainstream public chain and t The Force Protocol public chain in the future, through the abstraction and encapsulation of the universal module of the crypto-financial business, providing services in the form of SDK and API. On this basis, application services only need to be oriented to interface programming, focusing on the implementation of business logic, without the cost of implementing and maintaining the underlying technology of the blockchain.

WINk (win)

by Huub

WINk is a gaming platform for users to play, socialize, and stake across multiple blockchain ecosystems that leverages the WIN token as the native digital asset within the platform. Through behavioral mining, innovative token economy design, and other incentive mechanisms, WINk has built an ecosystem that provides a high quality, decentralized gaming experience, which enables developers to build dApps that drive genuine adoption and engages users to participate and contribute as active stakeholders in the platform.

Fetch.ai (fet)

by Huub

Fetch.AI ("the Project") brings together machine learning ("ML"), artificial intelligence ("AI"), multi-agent systems and decentralized ledger technology to create an economic internet — an environment where digital representatives of the economy's moving parts (such as data, hardware, services, people and infrastructure) can get useful work done through effective introductions and predictions These agents can be thought of as digital entities: life-forms that are able to make decisions on their own behalf as well as on behalf of their stakeholders (individuals, private enterprises and governments for example). Fetch.AI's digital world is exposed to agents via its Open Economic Framework (OEF) and is underpinned by unique smart ledger technology to deliver high performance, low cost transactions. The ledger delivers useful proof-of-work that builds market intelligence and trust over time — growing the value of the network as it is used. Fetch.AI can be neatly interfaced to existing systems with minimal effort, allowing it to take advantage of the old economy whilst building the new: plug existing data in to Fetch.AI and watch markets spontaneously form from the bottom up.

Streamr DATAcoin (data)

by Huub

Streamr tokenizes streaming data to enable a new way for machines & people to trade it on a decentralised P2P network.

Harvest Finance (farm)

by Huub

Harvest automatically farms the highest yields in DeFi

QuarkChain (qkc)

by Huub

QuarkChain is a secure, permission-less, scalable, and decentralized blockchain. One of the goals of QuarkChain is to utilize sharding technology to deliver over 1 million transactions per second (tps). Essentially, QuarkChain markets itself as a peer-to-peer blockchain with a high capacity throughput to help deliver fast and secure decentralized applications. The team behind QuarkChain created this blockchain to resolve the issue of scalability that all the major blockchains are currently facing. The team feels that because of the urgency of this issue, the Bitcoin community simply cannot afford to wait until they all agree on a solution. Instead, they feel that by offering different solutions, such as the one inherent in QuarkChain, this compels the community to split via a hard fork and find the solution that works best. QuarkChain encourages increased decentralization through multiple cheap nodes that then create a cluster that works as a super-full node. This prevents the high expenses associated with super-full nodes when the tps gets high. In terms of protection, all transactions within QuarkChain get the protection of 50 percent of the network’s hash power. This makes a double-spending attack incredibly challenging, particularly when combined with QuarkChain’s decentralized nature. QuarkChain relies on a two-layer blockchain structure. Sharding blockchains known as shards are the first layer, while the second layer is a root blockchain that confirms the shards’ blocks.The major work on QuarkChain began in Q2 2017 with research into the problem of blockchain scalability. In Q4 of that year, the team drafted the whitepaper. In February 2018, it released the white paper and completed verification code 0.1. March 2018 saw the 0.1 versions of both the wallet and testnet. Now in Q2, the team is working on the testnet 1.0 and smart contract 0.1. In Q4 2018, the team will have the QuarkChain Core 1.0, along with the mainnet 1.0 and the SmartWallet 1.0. By Q2 2019, both the SmartWallet and QuarkChain Core will be in their 2.0 versions. QuarkChain is a decentralized blockchain network that aims to resolve the issues of scalability that plague existing networks by using sharding technology. In this way, QuarkChain can dramatically extend the usefulness of blockchain technology since many applications are limited by the scalability of existing blockchain networks. The project is still in progress, but QuarkChain has already made many positive steps and already began invite-based beta testing for the testnet, showing significant progress and potential. The main features of Quarkchain are: 1. Reshardable two-layered blockchain: Quarkchain consists of two layers of blockchains. We apply elastic sharding blockchains (shards) as the first layer, and a root blockchain as the second layer that confirms the blocks from the first layer. The second layer that confirms the blocks from the first layer. The second layer is flexible to be resharded as needed without changing the root layer. 2. Guaranteed security by market-driven collaborative mining: To ensure the security of all transactions, a game-theoretic framework is designed for incentives, where at least 50% of overall hash powers are allocated to the root chain to prevent double spending attack on any transactions. 3. Anti-centralized horizontal scalability: In any blockchain network with a high TPS, a super-full node can be extremely expensive, which encourages centralization. In contrast, QuarkChain allows multiple cheap nodes forming a cluster to replace a super-full node. 4. Efficient cross-shard transactions: Cross-shard transactions in QuarkChain can be issued at any time, and confirmed in minutes. The speed of cross-shard transactions increases linearly as the number of shards increases. 5. Simple account management: There is only one account needed for the entire blockchain (shards) in QuarkChain. All cryptocurrencies from different shards are stored in one smart wallet.

Hyperion (hyn)

by Huub

Hyperion aims to establish a global decentralized map economy for 7B people and 10B devices. Hyperion organically integrates innovations of three important dimensions coined as the Hyperion Trinity of map technology economy and society structures to eventually achieve a sustainable and self-governed map economy of the world. People are empowered to build map technology share economical return and govern map communities. Crowd builds to incentive quality global map data contribution and distributed system infrastructure hosting with Hyperion Digital Location Right (HDLR) as reward i.e. HDLR mining Crowdshare to establish a sustainable decentralized map economy in which map services fees are distributed to HDLR owners accordingly by smart contract i.e. HDLR dividend Crowdgovern to reach consensus on technology and socioeconomic transition with delegated governance i.e. HDLR voting. The Hyperion global community has consisted of multilevel regional communities governed by HDLR holders dele

Digitex Futures Exchange (dgtx)

by Huub

Digitex Futures is a commission-free cryptocurrency futures exchange with a rapid-fire one-click trading ladder and high leverage. Traders can buy and sell perpetual swap futures contracts on Bitcoin against the US Dollar and pay no transaction fees on any trades. The company will be adding extra markets such as Ethereum and Litecoin soon after the mainnet launch on April 27. Commission-free trading is made possible by using its own cryptocurrency, called the DGTX token, as the native currency of the futures exchange. Instead of covering costs by charging transaction fees on trades, Digitex meets the operational costs of running the futures exchange by creating and selling a small number of new DGTX tokens each year.

CertiK (ctk)

by Huub

A Cross-Chain Protocol with Security Scoring and Decentralized Reimbursements for Building Secure dApps.

Elastos (ela)

by Huub

"Founded by OS expert Rong Chen, Elastos is building the blockchain industry’s most comprehensive and interoperable open source platform. Using a hybrid consensus that combines the secure hashpower of Bitcoin and the democratic ideals of Delegated-Proof-of-Stake, the SmartWeb of Elastos is a suite of software for an entirely decentralized internet. Elastos employs not only blockchain technology, but a peer-to-peer network for communication, decentralized data storage services, and a decentralized ID (DID) system for all digital assets. With sidechains like Ethereum, Elastos is not merely the foundation for securing truly decentralized applications that can scale, it is the foundation for true data ownership. elastOS, the flagship product of the Elastos Smartweb, brings the entire decentralized ecosystem into a single App, currently available for Android and in development for both iOS and desktop. Elastos is also actively searching for both new and existing dApp projects through its Cyber Republic initiative. Cyber Republic possesses a community-governed grant fund designed to help startups and existing businesses explore blockchain. You can read more about Cyber Republic at https://www.cyberrepublic.org.

Hashgard (gard)

by Huub

Hashgard is a distributed, trusted asset management protocol and a high functionality next generation digital finance public chain. Hashgard provides a one-stop blockchain solution for asset management in digital finance. Hashgard has a large number of business modules, including operational-level on-chain data, advanced versions of asset management autonomous organization, a smart contract system tailored for asset management, able to systematically support the issuance, management, trusteeship, settlement, audit, process control, and dispute arbitration of decentralized assets.

Keep3rV1 (kp3r)

by Huub

Travala.com (ava)

by Huub

Next-gen Online Travel Agency, a one-stop travel booking platform combining the best of this generation’s OTA functionality with the incredible benefits of next gen’s decentralized technologies and tokenized incentives.