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investFeed is a New York based “community powered social trading network” making the switch from US equities to cryptocurrency. Marketing itself as the “world’s first social investment network for the cryptocurrency community”, investFeed aims to develop cryptocurrency infrastructure for the industry. This is establishing a much-needed framework ready for the mainstream adoption of cryptocurrency.


Their pivot to digital currencies is described as a key move to cater to an exponentially growing industry, “We’ve been a social investment platform since 2014 and over the last few months we’ve had a huge demand from our user-base to integrate cryptocurrencies onto our platform… We really see that [cryptocurrencies] are the future going forward,“ said Ron Chernesky, investFeed CEO on the live Post-Cable Network, Cheddar. Keeping the momentum and buzz around the token sale up, last week the investFeed team announced that they brought on ex-NFL football player, Jovan Haye, as an investor as well as emerging technologies and blockchain-focused VC entrepreneur, Steven Neryaoff, as an advisor.

On the point of corporate interest, one of Crypto Insider’s recent pieces noted that there was huge increase in cryptocurrency attention from the “Big Four” accounting firms. Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PwC reps all stated that “both existing and prospective clients are beginning to ask questions about initial coin offerings (ICOs), the process by which public blockchain technologies can be leveraged to create custom cryptocurrencies that are subsequently sold to fund projects.” With investFeed’s platform supporting cryptocurrency trading infrastructure, it has the potential to appeal to big enterprise looking to jump into the market.

CTO Drew Freeman was quoted on Finextra to have said, “The switch from equities to cryptocurrencies will also target a millennial user base that has shown disinterest in traditional investments.” So while the big movers of the corporate world are turning their focus to the crypto market and enterprise-facing players, investFeed has the potential to also capture the attention of the sizable youth demographic, empowering them through the decentralization featured in blockchain technology – capitalizing on the best of both worlds in the process.

Having been involved in US equities trading since 2008, one thing that can be said for investFeed is that their team has a track record of operating as a cohesive unit – which is in sharp contrast to the majority of token sale groups capitalizing on the ICO bandwagon. The platform will introduce old-school and traditional stock traders to the fast-paced world of cryptocurrency market investment in a familiar way through the investFeed skin and tools.

Despite the ICO craze slowing down, investFeed has a high possibility of reaching its target – they have a solid track record, a detailed whitepaper and a reasonable hard cap at 28,000 ETH. At the time of publishing, investfeed has raised 35% of its limit, and has until August 7th, 2017 when the sale closes out.

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Back in 2014, Kairat Kelimbetov, then-head of Kazakhstan’s National Bank suggested that Bitcoin could be “a form of financial pyramid scheme.” The common belief among Kazakhstani officials was that cryptocurrencies could undermine the country’s already struggling tenge.

The tenge absolutely was struggling, though.

Nearly 80 percent of the Kazakhstan National Bank’s reserves, deposited from customers, are not kept in tenge, the country’s national currency.  Though the number is lower for businesses, the fact that most of the bank’s reserves are in dollars, euro, and other currencies is not encouraging for the country’s national currency. Even still, with the tenge having fallen over 70% between 2008 and 2014 due to rampant corruption and low oil prices, media rumors of a BTC ban were circulating the Central Asian nation throughout 2014.

Things began to change, however, and as cryptocurrencies increased in popularity and other countries began to relax their positions, the Kazakhstan government followed suit.  The Kazakhstani even saw their first BTC ATM in late 2015.  Seeing the need for change, the government began the race to regulate cryptos in 2016, allowing the National Bank “leverage to monitor the situation,” according to Daniyar Akishev.

In June 2017, Kazakhstan announced plans to begin selling blockchain based bonds. The idea was to provide investors with a low-cost, commission-free, and speedy medium for purchasing bonds. While not necessarily a new idea, it was a landmark event for Kazakhstan in the blockchain race.

Showing an even greater commitment to the government’s efforts to adapt to the technology taking root across the world, President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev announced that “It is high time to look into the possibility of launching the international payment unit. It will help the world get rid of monetary wars, black-marketeering and decrease volatility at markets,” at the 10th Astana International Forum (AIF). According to Nazarbayev, “All countries should be represented there equally. This is a difficult question but it should be solved.” This signaled a distinct shift in ideology from officials’ 2014 decry of the subject.

Supportive cryptocurrency regulation in Kazakhstan

From that surprising announcement, a fresh movement was seemingly born. In mid-July, working with Deloitte, Kesarev Consulting, Waves Platform, and legislation firm Juscutum, the Astana International Financial Center (AIFC) announced that the coalition would be working together to develop supportive cryptocurrency regulation in Kazakhstan. “We consider this project as a perfect opportunity to create a new jurisdiction, which would be most favorable for crypto projects in the world”, said Head of Juscutum, Artem Afyan.

Kazakhstani officials clearly recognize the need to adapt to the rapidly changing techno-economic environment, and there’s no lack of enthusiasm from the trading population either. Kazakhstan’s move to become the world’s second government to regulate cryptocurrencies puts it on track to become a hub for crypto-startups, blockchain businesses, and ICOs. The financial implications of this move could prove to be more than beneficial to the nation’s struggling economy.

But Kazakhstan is not the only country in Eurasia to catch the Bitcoin bug. Belarus has recently approved the use of blockchain technology for its securities market, while Poland last year promoted an idea to move to a cashless economy favorable to blockchain-based security systems. Even Ukraine has lofty goals involving cryptocurrency.

The blockchain race is on, and those who act fast and efficiently could emerge as leaders in the crypto-revolution.

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On Tuesday, August 1st at 4 AM (UTC), what many are describing as an altcoin will fork off from the main Bitcoin network. August 1st is also the scheduled activation of BIP 148, also known as the User Activated Soft Fork (UASF). The new, forking coin, Bitcoin Cash, will launch as a so-called User Activated […]

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While the push for renewable energy is gaining traction, consumers are still tied to large power grids and the even larger cartels who control them. But things might be changing.

Going Local

In 2016, the first ever blockchain managed energy transaction occurred in Brooklyn, NY. Still in its preliminary stages, the project only has a small number of participants. This microgrid allows users to trade energy through a virtual, peer-to-peer system built on blockchain technology. In the land of craft beer and $19 avocado toast, this groundbreaking advancement may be paving the way for a new approach to electricity distribution.

A similar push is happening in Australia. The Decentralized Energy Exchange – or deX – was launched in February. Like in Brooklyn, the project utilizes residents’ solar panels to generate electricity. The electricity is then bought and sold between other participants of the grid using smart contracts, reflecting a shift from large-scale power plants to small-scale residential solar rooftops. This is the same way ICOs took investment out of the hands of the “accredited” 1% and into the hands of the everyday layman (at least before the SEC rolled in).

The implications of this technology are far reaching. These innovations provide energy independence, reduced costs, and a more stable grid which may have prevented the state-wide blackout in South Australia in 2016. Additionally, it drives greater investment into renewable energy and gives way to a new wave of energy startups, weakening the stranglehold that current energy providers have on markets.

How is it being used in the energy sector?

In the previously mentioned Brooklyn Microgrid platform, LO3 Energy and Siemens created the TransActive Grid, combining a meter and a computer. Their grid measures both production and consumption of active participants and shares the information on a decentralized app platform. Using the blockchain, transactions are recorded and distributed, otherwise reducing or completely removing the middleman. The transactions are then stored visibly on blocks which are time stamped, linked, and ordered chronologically. The combination of these technologies provides an automated, visual and secure system for both consumers and producers alike, while removing the middleman altogether. This adds a more democratic element to what is otherwise a system which would likely cost more and largely favors energy producers.

The growing relationship between blockchain tech, the Internet of Things, and renewable energy is giving way to a new energy market. Not to mention, a new way to pay into this emerging market.

Big Energy’s existential crisis

As Big Oil scrambles to go green and large-scale power grids struggle to justify high costs and inefficiency, it is no wonder why this new technology poses a threat to traditional systems. The race for major providers to adapt has only just begun, but the consequences for not being able to keep up are going to be dire.

Power is literally moving back into the hands of the people, but that does not mean the people are on their own just yet. Energy startups must be careful in challenging the giants. While everyone loves a good David vs. Goliath story, “startups have to be very smart about where they play and how they position themselves in the market. The advantage they have is speed and agility,” according to Emlyn Keane, co-founder and CEO of Australia’s Evergen. Going head to head with the majors will require more than just a good idea.

The energy revolution has started, there’s no doubt about that. How it will play out, though, depends on how smaller grids, customers, and technology work together. Future grids could provide locally sourced, green energy to neighborhoods, paid entirely in cryptocurrencies and governed democratically, escaping the vice-grip of the giants. Alternatively, Big Energy could “artisanal-ize” their product, as many industries have done in the past, joining the trend while still maintaining their influence on the marketplace. Regardless of how this dance plays out, the future is here.

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Yesterday Crypto Insider published a roundup of recent articles with practical advice to Initial Coin Offering (ICO) planners. The difference between your ICO and an IPO must be “BIG,” noted one of the articles, “or the SEC will come after you!” In fact, the SEC said yesterday that ICOs should be subject to the same safeguards required in traditional securities sales, Reuters reports.

“The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued an investigative report today cautioning market participants that offers and sales of digital assets by ‘virtual’ organizations are subject to the requirements of the federal securities laws,” states the SEC press release.

“Whether a particular investment transaction involves the offer or sale of a security – regardless of the terminology or technology used – will depend on the facts and circumstances, including the economic realities of the transaction.”

Following an inquiry into whether The DAO and associated entities and individuals violated federal securities laws, the SEC issued a Report of Investigation claiming that found that tokens sold by The DAO” were securities and therefore subject to the federal securities laws.

“The SEC is studying the effects of distributed ledger and other innovative technologies and encourages market participants to engage with us,” said SEC Chairman Jay Clayton. “We seek to foster innovative and beneficial ways to raise capital, while ensuring – first and foremost – that investors and our markets are protected.”

“Investors need the essential facts behind any investment opportunity so they can make fully informed decisions, and today’s Report confirms that sponsors of offerings conducted through the use of distributed ledger or blockchain technology must comply with the securities laws,” added William Hinman, Director of the Division of Corporation Finance.

However, the SEC has decided not to bring charges in this instance, or make findings of violations in the Report, but rather to caution the industry and market participants.

“The innovative technology behind these virtual transactions does not exempt securities offerings and trading platforms from the regulatory framework designed to protect investors and the integrity of the markets,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.

“As the evolution of technology continues to influence how businesses operate and raise capital, market participants must remain cognizant of the application of the federal securities laws,” added Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the Enforcement Division.

Reading between fluff and bureaucratese, the take away message seems to be:

“[The] federal securities laws apply to those who offer and sell securities in the United States, regardless whether the issuing entity is a traditional company or a decentralized autonomous organization, regardless whether those securities are purchased using U.S. dollars or virtual currencies, and regardless whether they are distributed in certificated form or through distributed ledger technology.”

While only wealthy accredited investors meeting strict requirements issued by national regulators can invest in private companies, anyone can invest in an ICO, even anonymously.

Unless, that is, the authorities step in with ICO regulations. The SEC report represents a step in this direction, and it appears that China is considering similar steps.

The advice in our yesterday’s post: “tokens should not represent fractional ownership of a project, but access rights, use rights and payment means within the project’s ecosystem,” seems safe and compliant with the spirit of the new SEC report.

However, it can be argued that the real innovation brought by ICOs is precisely their potential to permit investing in promising projects, with fractional ownership rights, to anyone, anywhere, not only to “accredited investors” in one country.

In fact, current securities regulations are too strict, and deny less wealthy people the chance to invest in promising ventures at an early stage. Also, too much regulation can stifle development by making access to funding too difficult for ambitious projects based on emerging, yet unproven technologies.

It’s worth bearing in mind that the US are not the whole world. History, basic economic theory, and elementary logic show that, if over-regulation makes innovation too difficult in one country, the innovators will just move their operations somewhere else.

The SEC wants to regulate the activities of “those who offer and sell securities in the United States,” but enforcing regulations against projects that are not located in the US, and don’t use US banks, seems difficult to say the least. Chances are that, if US citizens or residents want to spend bitcoin or ether to participate in an ICO launched from anywhere in the world, they’ll just continue doing so.

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A new collaboration has formed between the nation of Mauritius and ConsenSys – a New York-based production studio decentralized application builder and developer for blockchain uses, with a strong focus on Ethereum.


The small African island, 700 miles off the coast of Madagascar, had a visit from the ConsenSys team of executives early in July. They met with the Bank of Mauritius, the national Board of Investment, and other private as well as public sector authorities, with the shared goal of transforming Mauritius into a blockchain technology hub – in other words, create an “Ethereum Island”.

“Unlike building applications on bitcoin, Ethereum smart contracts are more agile and nimble. The future of Ethereum looks very bright, while that of bitcoin is maturing” says James Duchenne, Managing Partner at Sutton Stone, a venture-building firm who saw the opportunity for Mauritius to progress. In an interview with Business Magazine, he speaks about a “Silicon Corridor” – a way to migrate knowledge and skills from Silicon Valley to a new innovation center on the island, to be done as soon as possible.

“Being at the start of an innovative venture, you can benefit from its growth. Enter at a later stage and this benefit is greatly reduced. Enter too late and you’ll work for those innovators that have grown. I believe that the time window to seize the current opportunity as far as blockchain technology is concerned is very short.”

ConsenSys can enable new services and businesses to be built on the blockchain technology. On Mauritius, they propose to establish the basics of a blockchain ecosystem with digital identities and registration, a process of verification, and decentralization of information. From there they plan to form a group of developers, regulators, and entrepreneurs to keep the system going by creating applications and organizations using blockchain technology.  The island has well established communications, business, finance and information technology with also some of the best infrastructure and education in the region, thus attracting investors from the blockchain space. The project to provide free Wi-Fi accessible all over the island makes a suiting environment for blockchain technology and business to thrive.

These new developments would help the country achieve its economic goals on both a state and citizen level. On one hand it will create a great deal of employment for its population. Furthermore, it can boost the national economy. “We are working to take our economy to another level, and these kinds of technologies are very important in our strategy,” Atma Narasiah, head of technology, innovation and services at the Board of Investment Mauritius, said in an interview to CoinDesk.

Given the size of the country, it has a certain efficiency and nimbleness to embrace new tools and technology. Together with the enthusiasm with which the project was met from all sides, great success can be expected. Joseph Lubin, founder of ConsenSys, said:

“We expected to encounter significant enthusiasm… but we were overwhelmed with the excitement that we felt in every single meeting. If Mauritius puts together a concerted effort to be a world leader, it will be.”

The little tropical paradise may very well soon become a big blockchain paradise.

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Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) and token sales make headlines every day now, with news of entrepreneurs getting massive crowdfunding, and all of a sudden it seems that everyone has a whitepaper and is getting ready to launch a new ICO. I scouted the web for recent practical advice to ICO planners.

A good starting point is Startup Management, a blog edited by William Mougayar, the author of “The Business Blockchain: Promise, Practice, and Application of the Next Internet Technology.” Most of the latest posts at the time of writing are about ICOs and tokens. The last is titled “10 Things I Don’t Like About ICOs.”

ValueWalk presents a breakdown and analysis of ICOs since 2014, noting that Switzerland is becoming an ICO hub. “Associations can form token-backed sub-entities in order to carry out development of specific crypto projects which aim to ultimately generate revenue,” notes the post.

A common and dangerous perception is that an ICO is like an Initial Public Offering (IPOs) of a company’s stock without oversight by regulatory authorities like the SEC. The perception is dangerous because, you see, if your ICO is really an IPO with a different label, the SEC will jump in and you will be sorry. This point is well presented by Kiki Schirr in a post titled “What is an ICO and what does it mean to new businesses?.” The difference between your ICO and an IPO must be “BIG,” says Schirr, “or the SEC will come after you!”

“An IPO would be owning United Airlines stock, and an ICO would be owning United Airlines mileage points,” explain Schirr to make the necessary differentiation clear. A recommended practice is to avoid calling your token sale an ICO. Call it something else, perhaps crowdsale or “Token Generation Event.”

Schirr links to a recent TechCrunch article titled “How to stage an ICO (and answers to other lingering questions you might have),” where writer Connie Loizos and expert Stan Miroshnik, who runs a digital finance-focused investment bank, zoom on the “Howey Test,”used by US regulators for determining whether certain transactions qualify as investment contracts.

“If they do, then those transactions are considered securities and are subject to certain disclosure and registration requirements,” explains Miroshnik. “When tokens are structured basically as the sale of a service or product, they’re designed to make sure the various prongs of the test are not triggered.”

“The term ICO is really a misnomer for what are token sales or token crowd sales,” adds Miroshnik. “Token holders are effectively prepaying for a product or service. If I run a video game company, for example, I can sell you tokens that represent in-game purchases once the game is built.”

In general, according to these and other experts, tokens should not represent fractional ownership of a project, but access rights, use rights and payment means within the project’s ecosystem.

Vitalik Buterin weighed in with a June post titled “Analyzing Token Sale Models.” Based on current and past token sales, Buterin asks and tries to answer the question “what would a good token sale mechanism look like?” Very worth reading and bearing in mind.

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On the sidelines of the International Economic Forum in St Petersburg, President Putin and Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin met briefly and discussed the direct application of blockchain technology in Russian businesses and particularly banking systems which we may see in the coming years.

The implementation of virtual currencies such as Ethereum in the nation has the potential of improving the economy with faster and safer online transactions. In addition to this Etheruem offers services of smart contracts which can speed up businesses by removing intermediaries – including trade deals, currency contracts, insurance contracts, and property rights. Investment in such technology could provide a powerful enhancement to a nation’s economy.

Vlad Martynov, adviser for The Ethereum Foundation, says:

“Blockchain may have the same effect on businesses that the emergence on the internet once had — it would change business models, and eliminate intermediaries such as escrow agents and clerks, if Russia implements it first, it will gain similar advantages to those the Western countries did at the start of the internet age.”

Russia has been pursuing technologies that haven’t already been claimed by the other great powers the West, China or Japan in order to diminish the dependency on oil. In 2007, Russia set up and invested in a large-scale nanotechnology company, Rosnano. However it did not provide the breakthrough they were hoping for, nor did it find relevant projects to invest in.

Last year, a new project developing a hyperloop train received high investment, in prospect to create a train which rides through a tube in speeds of over 700 miles per hour. But this project got caught up in a court case which involved a Silicon Valley startup’s founders as well as claims of financial mismanagement.

Cryptocurrency appears to be Russia’s new investment in innovative technology. The value of Ethereum surged when its investor confidence increased, due to this newly sparked interest. Over the past year, the value of one Ethereum has seen growth from $10 to around $350, an almost 3,500% increase.

The Central Bank of Russia has begun testing a number of digital currency pilots toward the development of a national digital currency. This comes after a procession of banning and unbanning cryptocurrencies in the country, which initially regarded them as “money surrogates.” It was even considered to condemn people to prison for using digital currency. This year, however, this idea was dropped and the attitude reversed as banks and the government are endorsing the blockchain with new laws being developed. In fact, the Bank of Russia is interested in developing a national cryptocurrency of its own.

Russia may therefore be the first nation with cryptocurrency. Olga Skorobogatova, deputy chief of Bank of Russia, stated:

“Regulators of all countries agree that it’s time to develop national cryptocurrencies, this is the future. Every country will decide on specific time frames. After our pilot projects, we will understand what system we could use in our case for our national currency.”

Whichever country becomes the first to nationally embrace this blooming technology can gain a significant economic advantage over the rest of the world – just as Britain did with the invention of the railway, or as the US did with the mass-production of cars.

The romance between Russia and cryptocurrency is one the world will be watching as it develops.

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July 24thTokenStars, the first blockchain company to tokenize massive celebrities, has announced the launch dates for its first project, the ACE token crowdsale. Pre-sale is scheduled for August 1, 2017, and the ICO is planned to go live on August 24, 2017.

TokenStars aims to disrupt talent development by providing funding resources to athletes and other celebrities and decentralizing talent sourcing and promotion. The company’s ambition to tokenize people starts with ACE – a project supporting young and experienced tennis players. With tennis being one of the most popular sports globally, ACE aims to introduce 1 billion tennis fans to the blockchain world. The second project to tokenize football stars will be launched later in August.

At the moment, the top 10 athlete management agencies have $1.19B in yearly commissions and 3,731 years of contracts signed. The industry is bigger than the GDP of Serbia, Bahrein, Brunei or Cyprus. ACE disrupts this market, decentralizing it and sharing the value among the community,” says Pavel Stukolov, TokenStars cofounder and CEO.

Founded by Pavel Stukolov, a Russian entrepreneur with a strong  high-tech and financial background, the project brings together a unique advisory board of star tennis players, global top coaches and scouts, who have a deep knowledge of the industry, e.g. Sergey Demekhine, A-level Global Professional Tennis Coach Association (GPTCA) certification holder, tennis coach with 8 years of experience, former ATP tennis player and Vera Zvonareva’s head coach in 2010-2011 (#2 in WTA rankings, rising from #22 at the beginning of coaching) – Wimbledon & US Open 2010 singles finalist, Australian Open 2011 semi-finalist.

Lack of funding is a typical problem which almost all tennis stars faced as juniors. Their funding options are limited by parents’ money, loans from friends, and small grants from local tennis federations and talent management agencies. The top 10 TMAs have over $25B in contracts under management and have a monopoly on deciding who is going to have a career and who is not. Mistakes based on gut feeling are inevitable in this process. As a crowdfunded project, ACE has the potential to disrupt tennis talent representation and protect rising stars from being overlooked,” says Sergey Demekhine, Coaching & Scouting Advisor.

TokenStars also has strong support from its first believer and investor, Forbes top-30 internet entrepreneur Elena Masolova.

Aspiring tennis players need approximately $100K a year to build a career. Some have to put everything at stake – just like Olympic medalist and 5x Grand Slam winner Maria Sharapova, who came uninvited from Russia to Nick Bollettieri Academy in Florida at the age of 9. Her father had to work as a dishwasher just to cover her bills. Later she earned $36.5M in prize money and $285M in sponsorship deals. With ACE, young players like Maria Sharapova can get funding for academy costs, coaches, sparring partners, and tournament participation, as well as help with signing sponsorship agreements,” says Elena Masolova.

The successful initial sale will allow ACE to support at least 20 tennis players and 2-5 established PROs who have already accumulated celebrity status. Depending on the results of the token sale, ACE might manage to sign several full-time coaches and open a small academy for ACE juniors.

At the later stages, TokenStars will use the shared infrastructure and launch the new verticals to tokenize aspiring celebrities, including football, poker, basketball, and hockey stars, plus cinema actors, musicians, and models.

About TokenStars

TokenStars is the first blockchain company to massively tokenize celebrities. It aims to disrupt the talent management industry by decentralising it and providing funding and promotion resources to rising stars. Starting with issuing ACE tokens for the tennis vertical, the company plans to expand with new verticals, including football, poker, basketball, hockey, cinema actors, musicians, and models.

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