DECENT launches GO beta marketplace

Blockchain content distribution platform DECENT launches GO beta marketplace 
06 October 2017   864

DECENT platform announces the launch of a beta version of the decentralized marketplace for digital assets DECENT GO.

In a press release issued Thursday, the Swiss-based startup said DECENT GO “promises to offer a better deal for content producers and purchasers than the current industry giants.” As reported, DECENT aims to use its bespoke designed blockchain and accompanying DCT token to offer a more rounded digital rights solution for artists.

DECENT GO will help content producers overcome many of the issues they face nowadays in the entertainment and media industry. There is too much artificial complexity and too many barriers in the industry affecting both the access to markets and income of the content owners.

Matej Michalko
DECENT founder and CEO

To incentivize use, the first 400 users of the marketplace will receive 2.5 DCT ($1.50) as a token gesture to make purchases and ingratiate themselves with the platform’s features.

Vinnik Extradtion to France to be Supported by SCoG

Alexander is holding the hunger strike for 24 days and lost around 9 kilos
19 December 2018   21

Following the trial court of the city of Thessaloniki, the Greek Areopagus decided to extradite Alexander Vinnik, suspected of laundering $ 4 billion through the BTC-e cryptocurrency exchange, to France. Thus, the appeal of Russian lawyers was rejected, reports TASS referring to the chairman of the court Angelique Aliferopoul.

After the announcement of the verdict, Alexander Vinnik declared that he would continue the hunger strike against the arbitrary rule of the Greek authorities, which began in mid-November.

I have been starving for 24 days. Yesterday I was weighed; according to the documents, I lost 8 kg. But they did not immediately begin to weigh me, only on the third day. So I lost 9 kg. If I'll be extradited to Moscow, I will stop starving.

Alexander Vinnik


Alexander Vinnik was detained in Greece at the request of the American authorities on July 25, 2017. In June 2018, Vinnik was arrested in absentia in Russia on charges of cyber fraud on a large scale.

At the moment, there have been several court decisions on the extradition of Vinnik - at the request of the United States, at the request of France and two decisions at the request of Russia. The final decision on the case will take the Minister of Justice of Greece.