Potcoin bills itself as a community based effort to create “an ultra-secure digital cryptocurrency, network and banking solution for the $100 billion global legal marijuana industry.”
Sounds like a good idea, right?
Certainly as the cannabis industry is shunned by the traditional banking sector there has to be a real desire for a cryptocurrency fix for the industry. They can’t keep all their profits in cash- they need to pay bills, send money to suppliers etc. With Potcoin, they can buy a cryptocurrency that is moulded to the cannabis industry’s specific needs, and which can be used to send secure payments anywhere in the world at the speed of the click of a mouse.
Stellar Lumens is a pretty cool coin that boasts it can send money across borders quickly, for a fraction of a cent. That means sending money to anyone around the world, almost for free, and to any currency. Sounds pretty nifty, right?
Stellar Lumens wants to handle remittances, micropayments, mobile branches, mobile money- basically a whole bunch of services, primarily aimed at the unbanked. To bring things you’d usually associate with a bunch of multinational banks to people who have no bank account. And that’s billions of people.
They have a team of top technology and finance professionals, and aim to be nonprofit. They just want to connect people with low-cost financial services and help fight poverty and develop individual potential.
If you’d like to get in on the action, the step by step guide to buying and storing Stellar Lumens can be found here.
Lisk is a blockchain application platform, and was created in 2016 to enable developers to create, distribute and manage decentralized Blockchain applications by deploying their own sidechain linked to the Lisk network, as well as including a custom token. And thanks to the inherent flexibility of sidechains, developers can implement and customize their Blockchain applications entirely.
It’s all about helping developers get to grips with blockchain technology in the quickest, and simplest, way possible.
If you want a step by step guide in how to buy and store Lisk, check it out here.
Kyber Network is a new system that permits the exchange and conversion of digital assets. They aim to provide rich payment APIs and a new contract wallet that allows anyone to seamlessly receive payments from any token (now THAT sounds nifty).
Kyber mitigates the risks of price fluctuations in the cryptocurrency world with their derivative trading, which they boast:
– That every operation happens on the smart contract. No trust is required. Kyber never hold users’ funds.
– Kyber maintains a reserve of all tokens to provide high liquidity.
– Instant transactions, with no waiting for confirmations, no deposit required.
– Compatible with existing smart contracts. No changes are needed to integrate with KyberNetwork.
All sounds pretty interesting, right? If you’d like to get some Kyber Network tokens yourself, there’s a step by step guide to buying and storing them here.
Loopring bills itself as ‘not only a protocol’ but also a decentralized automated execution system that trades across the crypto-token exchanges, shielding users from counterparty risk and reducing the cost of trading. They do this by raising the liquidity of cryptocurrencies, thereby aiming to build the financial system of the future (they have modest goals, right!).
Loopring state that they offer zero risk to traders, in that they do not require users to send tokens to exchanges for custody. Tokens always remain in their blockchain addresses during the whole transaction life cycle. Users can even transfer their tokens around after orders are submitted – Loopring will automatically adjust trading amount at the initial price- thereby Loopring promises to protect users from threats such as exchange bankruptcies and DDOS.
And it’s all decentralized. Orders are automatically executed while trade funds remain under your control in a decentralized smart contract on the blockchain.
It all sounds pretty exciting, and if you’d like to get yourself some Loopring coins there’s now a step by step guide to buying and storing them here.
A step by step guide to buying and storing the cryptocurrency District0x is now available at getcrypto.info.
District0x is software that allows users to create a network of decentralized districts- marketplaces and communities that exist as decentralized autonomous organizations on the district0x Network. All internet citizens will be able to deploy districts to the network free of charge, forever.
The Ethereum blockchain is at the center of every district- as well as the d0xINFRA framework, a stack of Ethereum smart contracts and front-end libraries distributed on IPFS which power a district’s basic functionalities. d0xINFRA is designed to be open and extendable, allowing districts to implement unique features and enhanced functionality via the plug-in of auxiliary modules.
Districts already exist- for example, the decentralized job market Ethlance and a digital asset creator called the Meme Factory.
To check out the guide to buying and storing District0x tokens, click here.