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Top 10 Crypto Startups to Watch in 2019

In this article, we’ll be talking about some blockchain/crypto companies which are working hard to take cryptocurrency to the mainstream and to revolutionize many industries that we use every day like finance, security, and health care.

TRASTRA

TRASTRA card issued by VISA is the best solution for freelancers, miners, traders, gamers and other crypto nomads who get paid in crypto and cash  out in EUR.

It helps to spend your digital assets just like traditional money while traveling, online shopping, POS purchases and also you can withdraw your crypto at any ATM using a VISA payment card globally.

TRASTRA’s multiple crypto wallets support 5 types of most popular cryptocurrencies:  BTC | ETH | XRP | LTC | BCH, which you can exchange into EUR and send them directly to your TRASTRA payment card within seconds using the mobile application.

Currently TRASTRA card are delivered within the  countries of European Economic Area exclusively.

Card delivery – 9 EUR

The monthly management fee –  €1.25

Internal ATM withdrawal within the EEA area –  €1.50

Exchange and Card load –  free

Daily Card spend limit – €1,300.00 

ATM withdrawal limit –  €300.00.

 

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Bitconch 

Focused on creating an extremely high transaction throughput blockchain network, Bitconch is the brainchild of an international team of former Google, IBM, Huawei, and GE engineers.

The Bitconch network aims to establish a blockchain capable of exceeding 120,000 transactions per second — more than enough to rival major traditional payment processors such as Visa. The Bitconch consensus model is a hybrid of both Proof of Work and Proof of Stake, with a blockchain-based reputation model that promotes the establishment of a transparent node pool and minimizes the centralization impact of PoS and PoW consensus.

 

ILCoin

ILCoin is a unique data storage system that is based on a decentralized blockchain system.

It’s known for developing a quantum and attack resistant blockchain SHA-256 Command Chain Protocol (C2P) technology.

This is a much-needed improvement to the current consensus protocols on the market and ensures that ILCoin is not susceptible to a malicious 3rd-party 51% attack.

Compared to other cryptos in the market, it has offered a greater capacity of resisting malicious attempts to users. Certified by Palo Alto Networks Partner, the ILCoin is currently working on a solution to the on-chain storage to provide backing up videos, files, and images.

 

Maker 

Maker is a decentralized autonomous organization on the Ethereum blockchain seeking to minimize the price volatility of its own stable token — the Dai — against the U.S. Dollar. 

Dai, a decentralized stablecoin, allows anyone, anywhere the freedom to choose money they can place their confidence in. Money that maintains its purchasing power. 

The next generation of financial applications become possible with a stable digital currency.

Now situated and expanding its operations in Copenhagen, Santa Cruz, and Warsaw.

 

Bitfury 

This full-service blockchain firm expanded from its roots providing bitcoin mining hardware to launch its own blockchain, plus software designed to help U.S. law-enforcement and others investigate illicit activity using bitcoin.

 

Hydrogen’s blockchain-based software  

Identity theft has been growing every year, and it will only get worse. Pocketing people’s personal information using software is low-risk, and it’s easy enough to do for tech-savvy criminals. For financial institutions, this is a nightmare, and data breaches cost them the trust of consumers.

Hence to solve this issye, this company provides a much-needed security layer that can be quickly implemented into banking applications, or really any application.

What’s more, is that the blockchain can securely store personal data, easing the process of not just security but also client onboarding. This could potentially save businesses countless hours of labor.

 

Legal Nodes 

The company provides a legal services for companies using crypto. 

On its platform, companies can compare the laws of different countries regarding virtual currencies and ICO regulations, and get advice and support with ICO incorporation, the drafting of agreements and policies including token sale agreements, privacy policy, and white papers, and licensure for a DLT business. Clients can choose a country on the platform and be matched with the most suitable lawyers, receive legal services online, and pay using smart contract technology.

 

 

Ambrosus 

Ambrosus is a blockchain-powered IoT network for food and pharmaceutical companies. The startup enables secure and frictionless dialogue between sensors, distributed ledgers, and databases to optimize supply chain visibility and quality assurance. The company creates unique digital identities for every item, keeping track of it as it moves from farm to fork, with the blockchain ensuring the integrity of the data.

 

Fieldcoin

London-based Fieldcoin is developing a platform using blockchain technology in order to connect landowners with crowdfunding investors while enabling fast and cheaper transfers of land property to individuals and companies. 

Fieldcoin is creating the world’s first decentralized land property management marketplace, which is coordinated with a country’s blockchain-based registry system in order to facilitate transactions between individuals.

Its mission is to bring blockchain technology to land property transactions and agricultural crowdfunding projects while creating a stable transaction instrument to ease the process of land and agribusiness acquisition using IoT, blockchain technology, 4.0 agribusiness technologies and crowdfunding. 

 

Aelf 

Aelf is a decentralized self-evolving cloud computing network. It wants to make blockchains more workable in the real world by increasing the number of transactions per second (TPS) that they can handle.

While major blockchains like Ethereum and Bitcoin struggle to manage double-figures TPS, Aelf has proven that it can handle 15,000. This is done by splitting each single node into two clusters, spread over multiple computers.

The goal is to make blockchains more feasible for businesses and enterprises that work with large volumes of data, bringing the technology into the mainstream.

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