Startups News

The classical definition of a startup is the creation of a new business model with the purpose of further development and money raising. In this way, as the blockchain industry has become one of the most popular, innovative areas, any brand-new cryptocurrency-related projects can give great opportunities for investments and subsequent profits. New products and services regularly attract investments by holding crowdfunding campaigns. The market of cryptocurrency startups changes so fast that it’s hard follow. However, there is big space for getting rich just by having an idea that stands out among competitive ones. So generating such an idea and presenting it to the public is what developers do before launching the Initial Coin Offering (ICO), which they use for the the development of the concept.
There are also many fraudulent projects and that is why investors should investigate any startup they are going to spend money on.

News
Binance’s interest in DeFi expands globally.
Binance’s US arm joins Chicago DeFi alliance
Helen Partz
2020-09-18T10:03:46+01:00
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The funds will go to 28 companies working on the Ethereum blockchain.
Ethereum Foundation announces $3.8M in new grants
Turner Wright
2020-09-09T22:45:00+01:00
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The SEC amending its definition of accredited investors could have significant implications for regulated crypto token sales.
US SEC upgrades ‘accredited investors,’ puts financial knowledge first
Osato Avan-Nomayo
2020-09-04T15:25:00+01:00
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Companies like Visa and Mastercard are taking an interest in crypto startups to drive growth, but does this challenge the fundamentals of crypto?
Payment giants drive crypto adoption by engaging with startups
Rachel Wolfson
2020-09-03T13:59:54+01:00
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LongHash said China’s blockchain companies have increased substantially and recorded an all-time high in 2020 despite Covid-19.
More Than 10,000 New Blockchain Companies Established in China in 2020
Ting Peng
2020-08-09T20:30:00+01:00
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Xangle, a crypto disclosure platform by CrossAngle, closes a $3.3 million round from South Korea’s conglomerate Hanwha Group.
South Korean Giant Hanwha Invests $3M in Crypto Disclosure Startup
Helen Partz
2020-07-16T17:58:00+01:00
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London-based crypto-financial technology startup denied Sixgill’s claims that its database was stolen by hackers.
Crypto Management App Denies Being Hacked
Felipe Erazo
2020-07-10T23:24:00+01:00
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Serial blockchain investor Tim Draper welcomes diversity in terms of funding blockchain and crypto startups.
IPOs Are ‘Really Not Worth It’ Says Tim Draper
Helen Partz
2020-07-06T22:50:00+01:00
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