Top recent ICO July 30th - August 5th

The list of top ICO which were held between July 30th and August 5th, 2017
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Blockchain

Distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks

The idea to presale coins of a cryptocurrency or token of a blockchain project has evolved in a crazy successful instrument to raise funds for the development of a new application. Projects held a successful ICO raise millions of dollars, make partnerships and gain popularity. That's why it is vital to follow the latest ICO news and trends.

Recent ICO

Here is a close up of the most interesting ICO ended this week (July 30th - August 5th, 2017). As it always happens in this industry, some of them were more vivid and successful, while the others have failed. To find out more, continue reading. 

Starta

Starta Accelerator is an acceleration program launched by Starta Capital VC Fund in 2015. Mission of Starta Accelerator is to empower Eastern European frontier technology companies through exposing them to USA market.

The program was customized for Eastern European founders aiming to adapt to cultural and business environment in the US, complete and define product/market fit, get traction and become part of local startup and investing ecosystem in the U.S.

Srarta ICO team Srarta ICO team

Sale period 
July 4th - August 3rd, 2017
Accepted currencies: BTC, LTC, ETH, ETC, WAVES
Raised: $5,058,033
Website and whitepaper

CryptoABS

Ethereum

Is an open-source blockchain-based distributed computing platform featuring smart contract functionality, which facilitates online contractual agreements 

CryptoABS is a platform for issuing ABS tokens which are backed by physical assets. By introducting the power of smart contract and IOT technology, the CryptoABS is a bridge between the real world and the so-called crypto-world.

CryptoABS introduces a revolutionary way to use the crypto-currency by imposing the physical assets from the real world. It can not only stabilize the Ethereum Ecosystem but also revitalize the capitals in both worlds. The owners of crypto-currency shall also benefit from CryptoABS (through investing ABS tokens) by hedging against the notorious price volatility in the crypto-world.

How CryptoABS works How CryptoABS works

Sale period 
July 14th - August 4th, 2017
Accepted currencies: USD
Raised: pending information
Website and whitepaper 

FindYourselfNow

Bitcoin

Is the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment network that is powered by its users with no central authority or middlemen

A homegrown startup is betting on cryptocurrency crowdfunding as the next fintech vogue. It has created a platform to allow entrepreneurs to raise funds for their projects using virtual currencies such as Bitcoin or Ethereum, instead of regular currency.

FundYourselfNow, as the platform is named, will launch to the public in early 2018, The Business Times has learnt. It will be the first cryptocurrency crowdfunding platform in South-east Asia, according to its founders Jack Ser and Kenneth Tan.

Sale period 
June 13th - July 31rd, 2017
Accepted currencies: ETH
Raised: 5800 ETH
Website and whitepaper

Monster Byte

Monster byte Inc. is a technology company which owns a suite of long-standing and profitable cryptocurrency gambling websites, all of which have been custom-built with proprietary technology owned by Monster byte.

Since its inception in 2013, Monster byte has been on a mission to become the world’s premier destination for cryptocurrency gamblers to not only wager on sports, but also bet on games of chance like Blackjack, Roulette, and Baccarat. The company is seeking expansion and revenue growth by increased marketing and product development while also entering into wholesale B2B operations via white-labeling all existing software for resale and licensing purposes.

Monster Byte ICO Monster Byte 

Sale period 
June 3rd - August 4th, 2017
Accepted currencies: ETH, BTC, LTC, DASH, WAVES
Tokens sold: 6,988,225
Raised: $966,192
Website and whitepaper

Eros

They're building world’s first decentralized sex marketplace. Why the decentralization? We want this platform available to any human being on this planet, no matter whether they live in an extremely conservative country like Iran, or in a very progressive one like Netherlands. Plus, they want it to last. Forever.

Their goal is to offer an authentic OpenBazaar of Sex that cannot be censured, banned nor shut down by any government or religious authority. The potential? You might remember how the first real use case for bitcoin, the Darknet marketplaces that offered for the first time in history the ability to purchase narcotics with a single click, propelled the bitcoin price at the end of 2013.

 They believe that Eros could represent the same opportunity and pivotal moment for Ethereum, considering the fact that estimates place the annual revenue generated by prostitution worldwide to be over US$100 billion despite the fact that most of this activity still takes place in the street, leading to undesirable effects for all parties involved.

Eros  Eros

Sale period 
July 9th - July 30th, 2017
Accepted currencies: ETH, BTC
Tokens sold: 10,000,000 ERS
Raised: pending information
Website and whitepaper

district0x

Districts are marketplaces and communities that exist as decentralized autonomous organizations on the district0x Network. All internet citizens will be able to deploy districts to the network free of charge, forever.

At the core of every district is the d0xINFRA framework, a stack of Ethereum smart contracts and front-end libraries distributed on IPFS which power a district's basic functionalities. d0xINFRA is designed to be open and extendable, allowing districts to implement unique features and enhanced functionality via the plug-in of auxiliary modules.

To provide all internet citizens with an opportunity to freely join and contribute to any district, to align incentives across all of a district’s participants, and to implement coordinated decision-making mechanisms to the district0x Network, we introduce the district0x Network Token. The district0x Network Token (DNT) is a staking token, used by holders to join districts and participate in their governance.

Upon staking district0x Network Tokens to a district, participants receive an equivalent amount of voting rights in the district. Voting rights can be used to partake in the processes that determine everything from a district’s branding, to its accepted code of conduct, to the auxiliary modules that are integrated, to the way that fees collected by revenue-generating auxiliary modules are utilized, and beyond.

district0x district0x

Sale period 
July 18th - August 1st, 2017
Accepted currencies: ETH
Raised: $9,550,499.10 (43,170.00 ETH)
Website and whitepaper

 

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Tezos Bug to Slow Down the Network in 20 Times

The issue looks fixed now and Tezos network works in the standard transmission mode
25 September 2018   197

In the main network of the Tezos block project, a bug was discovered one week after its official launch. According to tzscan.io, on August 24, due to the vulnerability, the release time of the blocks increased from 1 to 20 minutes.

Tzscan.io
Tzscan.io

The user of the service for hosting IT projects GitLab under the nickname "Jérémie" reported on block freezing for 45 minutes. Later in Riot chat he learned that developers are aware of the problem and they are working on its solution.

Bug between the baker and the node. The two communicate over json but the json serializer incorrectly handled some control characters. Immediate fix was to patch the serializer. Medium term fix is that the baker and node really should communicate using the binary RPCs instead.
 

murbard at Reddit

Soon after the discovery of the bug, one of the developers posted an urgent fix at GitHub, which was proposed to be installed by all the bakers. Currently the Tezos network operates in normal mode, and the units are released every minute.

As of September 25, 08:00 UTC network of Tezos worked in the standard transmission mode - 1 block per 1 minute