We have the latest in what’s happening in the world of blockchain investing and the future of telecommunications straight from one of the industry’s leaders, Dean Karakitsos, whose approach to designing and launching new technology has helped shape the industry. A visionary innovator in disruptive technology for the past 20 years, Karakitsos is the co-founder of Bloxy.info and Qrypton.io as well as the founder of Bloqchain Science, which builds secure decentralized systems using blockchain technology for identity solutions, tokenization, smart contracts and lightning network applications. Recently NYNJA’s co-founder and CSO, Marshall Taplits, and NYNJA advisor and mentor David Harris discussed the future of communication, commerce and blockchain technology.
One of blockchain’s rising stars this year may very well change how the world does business. NYNJA, the exciting next generation communication and commerce platform, started with frustration by NYNJA founders that it took several apps (e.g. Telegram, PayPal, Zoom, and Fiverr) to create a single global transaction that could technically be done in a single app. Together they created NYNJA to solve this problem.
Not all cryptocurrency is created equal. Many tokens are purely speculative, existing before a product is even built for their use by startups with a narrow focus on solving a single, sometimes esoteric problem. Here is why NYNJAcoin stands out:
Operating systems as we know them may soon become a thing of the past with the introduction of virtual operating systems like NYNJA vOS.
Blockchain operating system and platform developer NYNJA Group, and smartphone manufacturer AMGOO, today announced a plan to distribute the NYNJA Virtual Operating System (vOS), the world's first operating system and platform for the blockchain, by pre-installing it on AMGOO smartphones. The first global market to benefit from this operating system is Latin America.
Just as the Internet ushered in the gig economy with its easy access to digital tools and a host of freelance platforms, blockchain technology is about to revolutionize work as we know it again, only this time on a more profoundly global scale. Smart contracts, proof of reputation, cryptocurrency payments and other new tools will transcend borders and create a level of transparency and expediency that is about to take work as we know it to the next level.
The $6.3 billion invested into ICOs during the first quarter of 2018 already exceeds the $5.5 billion for all of 2017, yet it pales in comparison to the $61 billion in venture capital investments last year.
While cryptocurrencies are still new to the general public, most savvy investors understand that digital currency trading has been a cornerstone of the global economy for decades. No national currency has been directly tied to physical assets since the decoupling of the US dollar from the gold standard in 1971.