We scanned through the exhaustive LinkedIn top startup list and discovered several blockchain startups we would like to share with you. These are blockchain startups that made it to the list.
As a blockchain startup focussing on properties (and how to secure them), Bitmark has secured a 3 million dollar series A funding from HTC, Alibaba, WI Harper, and DCG.
After continuing the mining model for over 13 months, BitMax is putting a brake to its transaction mining and reverse mining process. This termination will take place on 10:00 a.m. EDT on September 12th, 2019.
FMEX is a crypto derivative trading platform supported by FCoin. Like FCoin, FMEX follows a community-based approach in which traders are rewarded and are considered the owners of the platform.
As a popular digital asset and cryptocurrency trading platform, FCoinJP is all set to make the community the real owners of the platform. As the first-of-its-kind platform in this space, we were eager to learn more and got in touch with Kim Young Soo — the leader of FCoinJP — to learn all about this community-based platform.
With the several solid blockchain projects set to change the landscape for content producers, U Network stands out for a couple of reasons. In this interview, we got in touch with Ken You — the marketing manager of U Network — to learn all about the U Network.
Ankr Network remains unstoppable. After listing on major exchanges, the distributed computing network has now partnered with DigitalOcean to benefit the end users. Through this strategic partnership, users can expect over 15% improved service time and reduced latency thereby improving the servers efficiency and throughput.