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Lisk plans to launch a modular cryptocurrency which it says would satisfy the growing interest to use the blockchain as a decentralized database for different use-cases outside of FinTech May 24.
Lisk is now the 7th coin on CoinMarketCap after its launch on May 24th. Two prominent advisors have been added to the team to help Lisk become the go-to platform for Blockchain applications and provider of decentralized services.
With the growing level of adoption and interest in digital currencies, China with its grip on the market seems the place to be.
Lisk CEO clarifies some misunderstandings and explains what Lisk is and is not about.
Lisk touts its potential as a blockchain platform that is capable of handling projects of various sizes.
According to experts, smart contracts on the Blockchain will eventually create Blockchain-based exchanges if the issues of trust, security and liquidity are overcome.
In early December, Lisk is set to introduce a new feature called forging rewards, aiming at creating a more competitive ecosystem for its stakeholders.
Freewallet is going to support Lisk, as it believes it will keep the Ethereum promise, to create some kind of smart contract AppStore.
Do banks really need to be considering their own currencies when there are so many already in the market? Cointelegraph asked top industry experts from Agentic UK, Lisk and Steemit about their opinion on the matter.
Blocksafe, a secure access Blockchain-based system, is about to build its Blockchain using Lisk sidechain technology.
How will Lisk handle a fork if it arises to the project in the future?
Part 2 of the Steven McKie character piece is featured at the top of the show! However, this episode, we also talk with Max Kordek, the founder of a new decentralized platform called Lisk.
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