Hello Network,

Being active in Thailand with some (relatively free) time to investigate in future trends, I have decided to try to better understand the Blockchain revolution.

Last week, I was lucky to participate to Blockchain World Conference in Bangkok. I was impressed to see more than 1’000 (young) attendees (mostly males) participating to this high end cycle of lectures. It was fun to meet people from all over the world and to discuss their views on the Blockchain. I have met guys from Russia, Japan, Singapore, France and of course Switzerland (I will come back later on various Swiss initiatives in the Blockchain in another blog post). I have met investors, developers, dreamers and crazy peoples. I have discussed with a rock musician that told me he puts all its assets for years only in Bitcoin and Ethereum … I suppose he was very happy !

I was impressed by some projects, for example, a Russian initiative, Universa, which wants to make the revolution in the Blockchain, by creating a sort of Ethereum x.0 which will be quicker, cheaper and smarter… but more centralized. The ICO is open for whom is interested.

During lunch, I have exchanged ideas with a French team living in Thailand who plans to launch a new « Lego of the Blockchain » to ease access to the technology. A vast and very ambitious program.

Nevertheless, most of the projects were in a relatively early stage…: « We will do this… », « We plan to do that… », « We will simplify the system… », « We will be quicker, more secure and cheaper… », « Be informed of our future ICO… » and still need a lot of work to become mainstream.

But I take it for certain that most of this guys (and some girls) are not only talking, they will do something. Who will be successful is the 1’000’000 Bitcoins questions. The energy that came from this conference was amazing. Can I suggest to actual politician to pay much more attention to this moving world and to try to understand a bit deeper this announced tsunami (lawyers should also get more technical knowledge if they want to keep in pace).

What’s interesting is that every domain will be impacted (you can find many studies on the topic on Linkedin and Internet). It goes from social security, to car sharing, wealth management, energy, law, logistics…

Today, I would like to share with you some links and short notes that I took during the presentations. It is more a personal list of interesting projects related to Blockchain. It can be useful to someone who wants to explore the topic by browsing these projects.

Continue reading on my blog on gtconseils.com with more than 20 Blockchain concerned links to some very interesting projects.

In my next blog post, I will come with more details on some of them and new ones.

Have a nice week.

Thierrry G.

List of interesting Blockchain projects

  • http://www.icobox.io: a Russian ICO organization (build your ICO in 6 weeks!)
  • https://www.uncrypted.ch/: a Swiss startup who wants to be a gateway to professional crypto-asset investment
  • https://unblockedevents.com/: an organisation of blockchain related event
  • https://omisego.network/: a public Ethereum-based financial technology for use in mainstream digital wallets, that enables real-time, peer-to-peer value exchange and payment service
  • https://zla.io/: a platform to « safely » invest in an ICO with 1 clic
  • https://quantstamp.com/: scalable security-audit protocol designed to find vulnerabilities in Ethereum smart contracts
  • https://universa.io/: a Russian project to create a new generation of blockchain with contract execution machine (supposed to be fast, cheap and smart
  • https://hashgraph.com/: a superior distributed ledger technology (I’m not able to explain why
  • https://neo.org/: a new Chinese powerful blockchain faster and (probably) backed by the Governement of Chin
  • http://www.onchain.com/en-us/: a blockchain solutions for businesses. From NEO creator
  • https://ont.io/: distributed trust networks « redefined
  • https://www.akropolis.io: a very interesting initiative: a blockchain pensions infrastructure to protect our pensions from economical crash
  • https://wepower.network/: An advanced blockchain-based green energy trading platform (actually in Estonian, Projects in Spain, Portugal and Germany), ICO in preparatio
  • https://datum.org/: a decentralized and distributed high perforMance non SQL database to let user get rewarded for their dat
  • https://status.im/: a mobile Ethereum OSin developmen
  • https://netpay.io/: an online payment solution based on the Blockchai
  • http://ramps.io/: a research and professional group portrait expert which will help to identify outcomes, design architectures and solutions to create best practices and framework
  • https://www.blockex.com: a Digital Asset Exchange Platform which proposes to manage the entire lifecycle of blockchain based digital assets (for ICO and beyond
  • https://coin.red-pulse.com/: an intelligent and content ecosystem for China markets
  • http://www.xapo.com/: an initiative which wants to bring Bitcoins to everyday life, based on card and App
  • https://www.myetherwallet.com/: a wallet to interact directly with the blockchain while remaining in full control of your keys & your funds
  • https://www.oddup.com/: a website where you can put your startup in a rating in order to present the company to investors (not really in the Blockchain world but interesting
  • https://sensay.it/: a bot which put real people anonymously in contact (matching your needs and their experience and skill), payment is done via the Blockchain with Sensay coins (one million people use it)

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