Projects that issued utility tokens through initial coin offerings have always faced the issue of getting their tokens listed on an exchange. This meant that it was a disappointment for investors who thought they could derive some profit out of these tokens. Although it wasn't intended! Is there a way of arriving at a fine point which gives investors utility tokens but with a promise of being listed on an exchange? At the same time, can this listing also keep the tokens away from the scrutiny of regulatory bodies like the SEC?
The rapidly increasing popularity of cryptocurrencies and other blockchain technology has inspired waves of startups and well-established companies to embrace the blockchain as the future of commerce. Even many blockchain-based companies, however, fall short on utilizing one unique advantage of the technology. Namely, the ability to establish proprietary digital tokens that can be used for various transactional purposes. Here, I've compiled a list of 10 reasons companies should be utilizing tokens if they truly wish to embrace blockchain technology.
Amazon is the wealthiest company in the history of the world. Currently valued at $500 billion, it's become clear that Amazon is not just a company. It's a marketplace, a major tech innovator, a production house, and now, it's looking like Amazon might also end up being a major player in the blockchain world, too.
Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology have opened up the door for millions, if not billions, of dollars in revenue throughout a span of different industries. This new tech has become a hot-button topic among investors of every type, especially when it comes to Bitcoin and other alt currencies.
Snovio is one of the newest platforms for lead generation and client data accumulation. For sales staff, this is a major point of interest, but for cryptocurrency enthusiasts, you'd never expect Snovio to raise any interest whatsoever.