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Even though everyone is talking about smart contracts and their advantages over traditional paper contracts, only a handful of people are addressing the elephant in the room: most of the businesses don’t know how to use smart contracts yet. Jincor is among those few who are trying to make smart contracts and other blockchain technologies more accessible to modern businesses. And anyone can chime in by joining the project’s public token sale, which starts today, on the 1st of December.
Jincor is a secure, regulatory compliant, and easy-to-use platform that allows businesses to work with smart contracts and cryptocurrency payments with no legal, technical, or operational complications, in a cost-efficient manner.
As was mentioned in Forbes, leading technology providers like IBM and Microsoftare offering blockchain solutions to enterprise clients. Tech start-ups too are aggressively capitalizing on the boom by building new products and services that depend on the technology. This year alone, blockchain startups amassed more than $3.25 billion in funding through token sales.
For other businesses, however, the big question is how blockchain adoption can benefit them. There is no question that modern business environments require companies to make technology integral to their strategy. But stil, business owners are often struggles with that due to blockchain solutions complexity and high price tags. And that’s the problem that Jincor’s team is trying to solve.
The project investment potential was estimated as high by ICORATING, rating agency for ICO market. Among notable advisors are Michael Terpin, chairman, and co-founder of BitAngels, and Jason King, co-founder of Unsung.org and School for blockchain development – Academy.
So far, Jincor has successfully launched a closed beta testing its basic functionality – set of features for secure and efficient enterprise interactions – in cooperation with dozens of companies, and the open beta release that will become available at the beginning of December had already attracted 300+ businesses to give it a try. In open beta, there will be much more features available, including cryptocurrency wallets, built on pre-alpha version of Jincor’s private blockchain, and basic labor smart contract template, that can be easily customized for the needs of businesses of any industry and scale.
By the end of 2018, Jincor expects to have over 10,000 business customers in open beta and develop mobile apps for iOS and Android. Registering at Jincor.com and evaluating the advantages of Jincor’s ecosystem is free of charge for any business. However, if companies want to use digital verification, smart contracts, arbitrage system and other features of the platform, they will be charged in JCR tokens, as it will be a store of value, the sole means of paying transaction fees, and the mean of fueling smart contracts of Jincor protocol. There will be no additional emission of JCR tokens in the future but the demand, most likely, will continue to grow in geometrical progression.
The company has put on sale 76% of its JCR tokens, which will be an integral part of Jincor platform. The token price is $1 per 1 JCR; the ETH/JCR exchange rate is calculated automatically in accordance with the current ETH/USD rate. Earlier in August startup held pre-ICO campaign, selling 4% of JCR tokens emission, and reaching the hard cap in less than a week. The token sale starts on the 1st of December, and will last until January 31, 2018, or until all the allocated tokens are sold, and the hard cap of $26.6 mln is reached (the soft cap is $2.5 mln).
Here are the best video i've found on the subject. Moreover this channel is among the best also for learning mathematical concept in a very didactic way! Chapter 1, deep learning Gradient descent, how neural networks learn What is backpropagation really doing? Backpropagation calculus …
The Business blockchain by William Mougayar is a good primer for understanding the potential impact of the block chain and a fantastic insight into the future applications of blockchain technology. The intro, by Ethereum's founder, Vitalik Buterin, did a very good job at setting the picture up of how the blockchain is an inevitable byproduct of the times, created by a need for trust. William Mougayar does not go into specific short term ways of teaching you how to create value via the …
For the first time a comprehensive overview is available that shows the size, importance and diversity of the whole ecosystem in the Crypto Valley. http://cryptovalley.directory lists more than 350 companies developing and using blockchain technologies The Swiss blockchain ecosystem, also known as the Crypto Valley, is home to a growing number of startups, service providers and other organizations. The Crypto Valley Map is a constantly updated database of these ecosystem contributors, provided for free. I was having lots of fun implementing …
This tutorial will show you how to accept Bitcoin on a website with SSL signed payment requests using Electrum, required is a shell access and enough permission to install electrum A webserver serving static HTML A SSL certificate (signed by a CA) Electrum version >= 2.6 Install dependencies: sudo apt-get install python3-setuptools python3-pyqt5 python3-pip Install Electrum: sudo pip3 install https://download.electrum.org/3.0.3/Electrum-3.0.3.tar.gz then run on your server electrum create electrum daemon start electrum setconfig ssl_privkey /etc/letsencrypt/live/xxxxxx.com/privkey.pem electrum setconfig ssl_chain /etc/letsencrypt/live/xxxxxx.com/cert.pem electrum setconfig …
work in progress - daily update - a more convenient online version is also hosted at https://github.com/cedricwalter/Securing-Crypto-Assets Pull requests are welcomed! Feedback is welcome in comments section, or through my contact form click on map, to view in full size …
La blockchain est annoncée comme une révolution technologique, économique, politique et sociétale aussi puissante qu’Internet. Cette « chaîne de blocs » promet d’être l’outil incontournable de demain. À quoi sert la blockchain ? Cette nouvelle technologie permet avant tout d’envoyer de l’argent en ligne sans intermédiaire : ni banque, ni compagnie de carte de crédit. Elle pourrait bouleverser la finance, l’assurance et le transfert d’argent tout en étant le moteur d’un vaste mouvement de décentralisation de l’économie numérique. Grâce à elle, certains rêvent …
Blocks & Transactions Transaction data is permanently recorded in files called blocks. They can be thought of as the individual pages of a city recorder's recordbook (where changes to title to real estate are recorded) or a stock transaction ledger. Blocks are organized into a linear sequence over time ("Miner" or "Worker") also known as the block chain). New transactions are constantly being processed by Miners (into new blocks which are added to the end of the chain and …