Moonwhale is an End-to-End Security Token Offering (STO) Investment Platform will cater to investors looking to invest in STO projects, and to companies looking to raise capital through STO to finance business expansion or new ventures. Investors will be presented with vetted projects incl. due- diligence reports and will be able to manage their investments through our platform. Companies will be offered strategic advise on STO process & structure, as well as token issuance incl. lifecycle management and secondary market on-boarding for their projects.
Two weeks ago, we wrote about Facebook and WhatsApp potentially becoming major players in the remittance market. Today, we saw that it can happen sooner than you may think. According to Express, a crypto wallet is set to release that will allow the transaction of Bitcoin on WhatsApp, SMS and/or Telegram. Wuabit and Manuel Polo are responsible for the wallet and it is the first to integrate Bitcoin support on an established messaging app. The AI-powered ‘software agent’ aims to allow WhatsApp users to send and receive Bitcoin payments using chat commands. Wuabit set to drive mainstream crypto adoption The public beta test is set to launch next month. According to their Medium articles, Wuabit targets WhatsApp as the first instant messaging platform ...Blog
Crypto enthusiasts are raking in profits via Peer to peer (P2P) lending and it is growing despite the current year-long bear market. Such lending platform work by connecting borrowers to a network of lenders registered on a platform. To borrow an amount, the borrower needs to first deposit his/her cryptocurrency assets on the platform as collateral. The lender can lend the amount to a borrower and earn interest over it. Once, the borrower repays the loan with interest, he/she gets back his/her crypto assets from the crypto lending platform. Lending to other users is clearly an opportunity for lenders to earn some interest. Borrowers can get cash and are able to avoid the pressure to sell their cryptos at loss/at ...Blog
Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is a new development in computer science. It enables transparency and trust through immutability and visibility as recorded data can be retrieved online. Furthermore, it can eliminate the need for a third party and can potentially alter the current relationships held between people, businesses and governments. In New Zealand, the opportunities are abundant. Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain technology are generally well-received in the sovereign island country. In this article, we will explore the general outlook of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology in New Zealand. Support from New Zealand Government and Authorities A report from Callaghan Innovation, NZ’s innovation agency, shows immense support from the New Zealand government. They recognize the potential benefits of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies for ...Blog
According to an announcement made by the National Development Council of Taiwan, the nation will launch a blockchain alliance in three months […]
The president and CEO of Samsung SDS has said that blockchain can improve productivity in manufacturing, and represents a new concept, not just new technology […]
Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange DragonEx has notified its users that it suffered a hack on March 24 […]