Reviews

Tron (TRX)

Description: TRX is the basic unit of accounts on the TRON blockchain. The value of all other tokens derives from that of TRON. TRX is also a natural medium currency for all TRC-based tokens. TRX connects the entire TRON ecosystem, with abundant application scenarios that power transactions and applications on the chain.
Blockchain: Tron Blockchain (Tokens: BTT, WINK…)
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
0.30 $
Historic Low:
0.001 $
Partners:
Samsung, Alibaba, Steem, Hive… +more
Exchanges: Binance, Poloniex, Huobi, Bitmart, Latoken, Finexbox, Hotbit, Livecoin, Liquid, Crex24… +60 more
Technical features: 3-layer architecture (storage, core & application layer), consensus based on DPOS, token module & smart contract/virtual machine.
Special features: High-Troughput, High-Scalability & High-Availability. Fast network (2000 T.P.S. & 0% fees internal network)

Iost (IOST)

Description: IOST is an ultra-fast, decentralised blockchain network based on the next-generation consensus algorithm “Proof of Believability” (PoB).
Blockchain: Iost Blockchain
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
0.13 $
Historic Low:
0.0015 $
Partners:
Blockfolio, Nus, Rate 3, Lambda… +more 
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi… + more
Technical features: In the IOST PoB consensus mechanism, the block production committee has 17 seats, which are changed every 10 minutes. The 17 nodes with the highest Servi are selected for the committee in each round, and then take turns to produce blocks and claim rewards. Each time a node is selected to participate in block production, all committee members consume Servi. Therefore the unselected nodes will have more Servi and will have a greater chance of being selected for the committee in the next round. Under this mechanism, there may be hundreds of different nodes selected for the committee each day.

Thunder Token (TT)

Description: ThunderCore is a public, permissionless, Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible blockchain running on the worlds’ leading Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. The ThunderCore blockchain is open to the public, allowing participants from around the world to join in to secure and verify the record reflect accurate state of affairs. ThunderCore can execute “smart contracts”. ThunderCore has been designed to be compatible with Ethereum, the most popular smart contracting platform. Any contract or application deployed on Ethereum can be redeployed on ThunderCore in minutes.
Blockchain: Own (Compatible with Ethereum Blockchain)
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes (Soon)
Historic High:
0.0298 $
Historic Low:
0.0026 $
Partners: Chainlink, Huobi Pool, Trust Wallet, Dapp Radar+more 
Exchanges: Huobi, Hotbit & Upbit.
Technical features: PaLa Consensus Protocol is a blockchain consensus protocol based on partially synchronous network assumptions and tolerates up to ⅓ corruptions. Each node keeps their local current blockchain fresh. Whenever it sees a valid blockchain that is fresher than its current chain–has a higher epoch number than the epoch number of their current chain–they switch to this chain.

Ox (ZRX)

Description: An open protocol for decentralized exchange on the Ethereum blockchain
Blockchain: Ethereum (Token)
PoS:
Yes
MN:
No
Historic High:
2.53 $
Historic Low:
0.1039 $
Partners:
Not specified
Exchanges: Binance, Coinbase Pro, Okex, HitBTC, Bitmart, Huobi…
Technical features: Cryptoeconomic protocols create financial incentives that drive a network of rational economic agents to coordinate their behavior towards the completion of a process While 0x is fundamentally a network protocol used to facilitate signalling between buyers and sellers (rather than a cryptoeconomic protocol), it is intended to serve as an open standard for dApps that incorporate exchange functionality.
Establishing and maintaining an open standard is a coordination problem that adds operational overhead for all contributing parties; coordination can be especially challenging when each party has different needs and financial incentives. Protocol tokens can align financial incentives and offset costs associated with
organizing multiple parties around a single technical standard. While aligning incentives around adoption is useful, protocol tokens can be used to address a much more challenging issue: future-proofing a protocol implemented within an immutable system of smart contracts via decentralized governance.

Tomochain (TOMO)

Description: TomoChain is a scalable blockchain-powered via Proof-of-Stake Voting consensus which is used commercially by companies globally. Its mission is to accelerate the onboarding of millions of users by empowering today’s applications with technology that masks the friction of Blockchain, all while retaining its underlying benefits. TomoChain’s technology and DeFi-focused flagship products include: Fast & Near-Zero Fees: 2000 TPS, 2-second blocktime, ~$0 gas fees, and EVM compatible.
Blockchain: Own (compatible with Ethereum Blockchain)
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
2.30 $
Historic Low:
0.1407 $
Partners:
Binance, BitOrb, NOIA, Ais, Constant, Terra, Georgian National Blockchain Agency… + more
Exchanges: Binance, Coinbase Pro, Okex, HitBTC, Bitmart, Huobi…
Technical features: In TomoChain, masternodes share equal responsibility to run the system and keep it stable. Full nodes should run on powerful hardware configuration and high-speed network connectivity in order to ensure the required block time (target to two seconds). Only masternodes can produce and seal blocks.
In order for that, the TomoChain consensus relies on the concept of Double Validation that improves some existing consensus mechanisms, namely Single Validation. In the followings, we first describe the Double Validation, then analyze the differences and improvements of Double Validation compared to Single Validation.
Double Validation (DV): Similar to some existing PoS-based blockchains such as Cardano, each block is created by a block producer, namely masternode, that takes its block creation permission turn following a pre-determined and circular sequence of masternodes for each epoch. However, differently from these existing blockchains, DV in TomoChain requires the signatures of two masternodes on a block to be able to push the block to the blockchain.

Theta (THETA)

Description: Theta solves various challenges the video streaming industry faces today. First, Theta blockchain are used as an incentive to encourage individual users to share their redundant computing and bandwidth resources this improves the quality of stream delivery, especially for high resolution high bitrate 4k, 8k and next generation streams. Second, with sufficient network density the majority of viewers will pull streams from peering caching nodes, allowing video platforms to significantly reduce content delivery network (CDN) costs.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
0.555 $
Historic Low:
0.0397 $
Partners:
Samsung VR, G Fuel, Pandora.tv, Cos.tv … + more
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi, Upbit, Bkex…
Technical features: The Theta Ledger is built on a novel multi-level BFT consensus mechanism which allows thousands of nodes to participate in the consensus process, while still supporting very high transaction throughput (1000+ TPS). The core idea is to have a small set of nodes, which forms the validator committee, produce a
chain of blocks as fast as possible using a PBFT-like process. With a sufficient number of validators (e.g. 10 to 20), the validator committee can produce blocks at a fast speed, and still retain a high degree of difficulty to prevent an adversary from compromising the integrity of the blockchain.

V.Systems (VSYS)

Description: v.systems (also known as VSYS) is a blockchain database cloud project that aims to create a secure underlying infrastructure platform for blockchain database. The project will deliver decentralized cloud database technology to carry out complex decentralized applications and support the operation of trillions of blockchains effectively, with high scalability, durability and performance.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
0.2975 $
Historic Low:
0.1357 $
Partners:
Cobo Wallet, Huobi Pool, Peercoin Pool, Okex Pool, Hello VSYS… + more
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi, Upbit, Bkex…
Technical features:  VSYS team has devised the brand new Supernode Proof-of-Stake (SPoS) consensus, to both incorporate the goods and discard the bads with the old mechanisms. SPoS consensus will serve as the enabling technology for blockchain to reach a global scale. Supernode Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism dictates that elevated nodes (supernodes) act as minting pools while holders of VSYS coins, native currency of the blockchain, take up the role as minters through leasing their coins to supernodes. Interests will be paid to coin owners who leased their coins to supernodes for minting. This new incentive model does not only ensure the quality of the nodes, but also guarantee a truly decentralized ecosystem where VSYS coin owners have the actual power to govern the network. At the same time, the system also allows for contention to be supernodes at any moment through determining a winner among contenders by comparing their minting average balance. This innovative mathematical approach ensures the system carries enough stake liquidity while reduces busy contention attack.

EOS (EOS)

Description: EOSIO is a next-generation, open-source blockchain protocol with industry-leading transaction speed and flexible utility. Introduced in May 2017, it has since been widely recognized as the first performant blockchain platform for businesses across the world.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
22.89 $
Historic Low:
0.4801 $
Partners:
Voice, Galaxy Digital, EOS Global, SVK Crypto, FinLab…
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi, Bkex, HitBTC, ZB.COM…
Technical features: 
EOS.IO software utilizes the only known decentralized consensus algorithm proven capable of meeting the performance requirements of applications on the blockchain, Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS). Under this algorithm, those who hold tokens on a blockchain adopting the EOS.IO software may select block producers through a continuous approval voting system. Anyone may choose to participate in block production and will be given an opportunity to produce blocks, provided they can persuade token holders to vote for them.
The EOS.IO software enables blocks to be produced exactly every 0.5 second and exactly one producer is authorized to produce a block at any given point in time. If the block is not produced at the scheduled time, then the block for that time slot is skipped. When one or more blocks are skipped, there is a 0.5 or more second gap in the blockchain.

Neo (NEO)

Description: Neo is the use of blockchain technology and digital identity to digitize assets, the use of smart contracts for digital assets to be self-managed, to achieve “smart economy” with a distributed network.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
 196.85 $
Historic Low:
 0.0722 $
Partners:
Zilliqa, Techfund Inc., Microsoft, Accenture, IBM, Nasdaq, UBS, University of Zurich… 
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi, Bkex, HitBTC, ZB.COM…
Technical features: Neo has two native tokens, NEO (abbreviated symbol NEO) and GAS (abbreviated symbol GAS).
NEO, with a total of 100 million tokens, represents the right to manage the network. Management rights include voting for bookkeeping, Neo network parameter changes, and so on. The minimum unit of NEO is 1 and tokens cannot be subdivided. The dBFT is called the Delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerant, a Byzantine fault-tolerant consensus mechanism that enables large-scale participation in consensus through proxy voting. The holder of the NEO token can, by voting, pick the consensus node it supports. The selected group of consensus nodes, through BFT algorithm, reach a consensus and generate new blocks. Voting in the Neo network continues in real time, rather than in accordance with a fixed term. Neo is a distributed network that combines digital assets, digital identities and smart contracts. The Neo system will use DBFT, NeoX, NeoFS, NeoQS and many other original technologies, as the infrastructure for the intelligent economy of the future.

Komodo (KMD)

Description: Komodo is an open, composable multi-chain platform. With blockchain development roots going back to 2014, Komodo is consistently recognized as a pioneer of multi-chain architecture in the blockchain space. 
Today, Komodo focuses on providing business-friendly blockchain solutions that are secure, scalable, interoperable, and adaptable. Komodo’s current technology suite, the Antara framework, offers tools for end-to-end blockchain development, including a customizable, application-specific Smart Chain complete with a library of built-in modules and an open API for building blockchain-based applications.

Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
 196.85 $
Historic Low:
 0.0722 $
Partners:
Zilliqa, Techfund Inc., Microsoft, Accenture, IBM, Nasdaq, UBS, University of Zurich… 
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi, Bkex, HitBTC, ZB.COM…
Technical features: The nature of mining in the Komodo ecosystem serves as an incentive to motivate the notary nodes to perform their job well. This setup is also a principle method by which the Komodo ecosystem dramatically reduces the overhead costs necessary for it to function. Portions of the mining rewards are available not just to the notary nodes, but also to all members of the Komodo ecosystem, through various means. The Komodo network on a surface-level is a minable network, like other PoW networks. Any technically savvy user can activate a device capable of mining the Komodo network, and thereby process users’ transactions, mine blocks, and receive rewards. For these miners, the Komodo protocol functions in almost the exact same manner as the Bitcoin blockchain’s mining rewards function.

Ark (ARK)

Description: ARK is an open-source blockchain ecosystem that provides users with innovative and easy-to-use blockchain technologies. Our supportive community, extensive range of products and easy-to-implement technology, underpinned by the ARK Public Network, empowers individuals to adopt and apply blockchain technology in their everyday lives. 
ARK empowers all developers, regardless of their aim or technical ability, to quickly and easily leverage blockchain technology. Whether you’re a seasoned blockchain developer or an enthusiastic beginner, our open source code, detailed documentation, SDKs and blockchain creation tools, provide everything you need to bring your ideas to life.

Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
 9.99 $
Historic Low:
 0.0301 $
Partners:
Protocol, Ledger, Exodus, Atomic Wallet, Changelly, +more… 
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi, Bilaxy, Upbit, Bittrex, P2PB2B, +more
Technical features: The ARK SmartBridge solution addresses a major issue that hinders the adoption of blockchain technology: the isolation of individual main networks. Currently, interoperability is largely controlled by central exchanges that oversee asset transfer. ARK, in contrast, allows data and asset transfer without the need for custodial third parties. Two protocols define SmartBridge communication: Protocol-Specific SmartBridge. This represents communication between various chains based on ARK Core technology that operate within the ARK Ecosystem network of bridgechains. This is also known as bridgechain communication. Protocol-Agnostic Smartbridge. This represents communication between blockchains that use different consensus mechanisms, tokens and protocols, for example Bitcoin and others. This is also known as cross-chain communication.

Ontology (ONT)

Description: Ontology is a high performance public blockchain and distribuited collaboration plattform. Ontology´s unique infraestructure supports robust cross-chain collaboration and Layer 2 scalability, offering business the flexibility to design a blockchain system that suits their needs. With a suite of decentralized identity and data sharing protocols that enhance speed, security and trust. Ontology´s main features include ONT ID, a mobile digital identity and data management application ONTO, a DID protocol used throughout the cosystem, and DDXF, adecentralized data exchange and collaboration framework.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:
 9.99 $
Historic Low:
 0.0301 $
Partners:
Neo, Paxos Standart, Chainlink, Opera, Bitsa, Cryptooffer… 
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi, Bkex, HitBTC, Hotbit, Latoken…
Technical features: TAt Ontology’s foundation is a fully decentralized ledger system that includes smart contracts and security protocols. Ontology provides compatibility support for complex technological systems, whether that be existing blockchains or tradition information systems. All systems feature decentralized entity management with support for main protocols and different password standards.
Ontology also provides systems for 
secure data storage, hardware options for key management, and encrypted data analysis. Together this creates an application platform that allows for all kinds of services to become decentralized.
Ontology provides the framework for use of all type of applications, including decentralized data exchange and procedure management protocols through the use of APIs, SDKs, and other modules.

Nem (XEM)

Description: NEM is a movement that aims to empower individuals by creating a new economy based on the principles of decentralization, financial freedom, and equality of opportunity. 
NEM’s primary contribution to the crypto currency landscape is a new consensus mechanism called Proof of Importance (PoI). Unlike Proof of Work (PoW), it is environmentally sustainable and does not require large scale computing resources in perpetuity. PoI is similar to Proof of Stake (PoS) except that it is not solely derived from the size of an account’s balance.

Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:  2.09 $
Historic Low:
 0.000079 $
Partners:
NBC, Huobi Research, Sirius, Travala.com, +more
Exchanges: Binance, Okex, Huobi, HitBTC, Upbit, Bithumb, Bittrex, CoinEx, +more

Technical features: Proof-of-Importance (PoI) is the name of the block chain consensus algorithm used by NEM. Each account is assigned an importance score that proxies its aggregate importance to the NEM economy. Accounts with higher importance scores have higher probabilities of harvesting a block. Taking the vested balance as the “stake”
used in currencies implementing the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) algorithm, it could be argued
that PoS and PoI are similar. In order to explore the differences and similarities between
PoS and PoI, the NEM and Bitcoin transaction graphs were analyzed. Bitcoin was chosen
due to the relatively large size of its user base and transaction graph.
Like most other crypto currencies, NEM relies on time stamps for transactions and blocks. Ideally, all nodes in the network should be synchronized with respect to time. Even though most modern operating systems have time synchronization integrated, nodes can still have local clocks that deviate from real time by more than a minute. This causes those nodes to reject valid transactions or blocks, which makes it impossible for them to synchronize with the network.

Stratis (STRAT)

Description: The philosophy at Stratis is to focus on how blockchain can streamline business processes. At the same time, we realize the importance of reducing the complexity of blockchain adoption and implementation.
Blockchain concepts such as “reducing the need for trust” and “increasing transparency” are approached from an applied blockchain perspective. Applied blockchain breaks down use cases so the most effective enterprise blockchain solutions can be devised.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:  22.66 $
Historic Low:
 0.0084 $
Partners:
Microsoft, Ledger, Changelly, Binance & Azure
Exchanges: Binance, HitBTC, Upbit, Bithumb, Bittrex, Poloniex, Livecoin, +more…
Technical features: Stratis allows the creation of distinct, private blockchains, launched by third party organisations and tailored to their needs but secured on the main Stratis blockchain.
They can be accessed via lite clients and simple but powerful APIs. Because these Private chains are based upon the code of the main Stratis chain and side chains are compatible and transfer between the two is straightforward.
The Stratis platform uses a three-tier architecture typical of the Microsoft® ASP.NET application style. This is a good fit as the Stratis Full Node, Stratis Blockchain API and the Stratis SPV technology are developed in C# and run within the Microsoft .NET Framework and common language runtime.
In the client tier, Browsers, Desktops, Mobiles, and IOT (Internet of Things) devices connect to the various services in the application tier. They receive blockchain data by querying the Stratis Chain API via HTTPS.
The application tier is composed of the Stratis Chain API, Cloud Stratis Management portal, Cloud Stratis API and Secure Payment Verification (SPV). All of the components in the application tier are developed in C#. The application tier handles Blockchain requests and SPV proofs for Lite clients that do not download the full blockchain. It also provides access to the Stratis Cloud management portal and API.
The server tier consists of the Stratis Full blockchain Node, the Cloud Stratis hosting layer and the Stratis payment protocol.

Lisk (LSK)

Description: Lisk is an open source project focused on blockchain accessibility. Lisk’s ecosystem offers everyone the opportunity to benefit from blockchain technology through developer tools, cryptocurrency wallets, and a vibrant community.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:  39.31 $
Historic Low:
 0.0956 $
Partners:
Not specified
Exchanges: Binance, HitBTC, Latoken, Okex, Upbit, Bittrex…etc
Technical features: The Lisk protocol is the formal set of rules that defines a blockchain created with the Lisk SDK. The Lisk protocol defines an account-based blockchain with a fixed set of default transaction types that are used to modify the accounts state. The fees for those transactions are paid with the chain native token. Transactions are gathered in blocks by delegates, which are selected using a Delegated Proof-of-Stake mechanism. Delegates agree on blocks using the Lisk-BFT consensus algorithm.
The Lisk SDK is designed to provide an easy and reliable software development kit for building blockchain applications which are compatible with the Lisk Protocol.
The codebase is written entirely in JavaScript and TypeScript, which is highly beneficial for the majority of developers, as no significant change of tools are required to get started.
The Lisk SDK makes every effort to ensure developers are easily able to focus purely and simply on writing the code that is required for their own blockchain application and nothing else.

Bitcoin (BTC2)

Description: Bitcoin 2 is a Bitcoin-based community-centric cryptocurrency with a focus on privacy, speed, scalability, decentralization and real-world use. It utilizes an energy efficient custom Proof of Stake protocol and a second-tier Masternode network to handle transactions that confirm in a second.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:  9.78 $
Historic Low:
 0.083 $
Partners:
Not specified
Exchanges: Crex 24, Birake Network & Altmarkets
Technical features:

  1. Smaller spend transaction sizes by an average of 25% over any other current implementation in a production environment (further optimization in the works)
  2. Fast verification and network sync performance
  3. Direct spend of zBTC2 to a Bitcoin 2 address
  4. Multiple Zerocoin denomination spends is possible in a single transaction. Up to 17.
  5. Ability to spend exact amounts and issue the remaining change to either a Bitcoin 2 address or more zBTC2.

Elrond (ERD)

Description: Elrond is a high-throughput public blockchain aimed at providing security, efficiency, scalability and interoperability, beyond the current state-of-the-art. The two most important features that set Elrond apart are Adaptive State Sharding and the Secure Proof of Stake consensus mechanism.
Blockchain: Own
PoS:
Yes
MN:
Yes
Historic High:  0.017 $
Historic Low:
 0.00056 $
Partners:
Band Protocol, ARPAChain, Samsung, Crypto.com, Binance Staking, Binance Chain alliance, Travala, Matic Network… +more
Exchanges: Binance, Bilaxy, Bitmax, CoinDCX, WazirX, Binance DEX
Technical features: Elrond’s approach for consensus is called Secure Proof of Stake (SPoS). It innovates in the manner in which validator nodes are selected for consensus out of a shard and also in the steps taken by the validators to complete the consensus process as efficiently as possible. Let’s take a look.
At the beginning of each round, SPoS selects validators for consensus using a randomness source that can be neither predicted, nor influenced. It is surprisingly simple, requiring only to be calculated from the previous block and to be signed by the consensus leader of the current round (also known as the block proposer). The resulting signature will be the randomness source for the next round, and due to its reliance on the immediately preceding block, it cannot be known more than a round in advance.
In each round, a new consensus group is selected to propose a block. But only one validator in the group will be the block proposer. This is the validator in the consensus group which has the hash of the public key and randomness source is the smallest, numerically. The block proposer will produce the block for the round, and the rest of the consensus group will validate and sign it.
The time necessary for random selection of the consensus group is exceptionally short (around 100 ms, often less). This efficiency is a consequence of the fact that consensus selection is deterministic once the randomness source is known, thus there is no communication requirement. This allows total round times on the order of mere seconds.

Bittorent (BTT)

Description: BTT is a TRC-10 utility token based on the blockchain that powers features of the most popular decentralized protocols and applications in the world. DApps powered by BTT include BitTorrent Speed, BitTorrent File System, DLive, and others in the pipeline.
Blockchain: TRON (TRX) Token
PoS:
Yes
MN: 
No
Historic High:  0.018 $
Historic Low:
 0.000139 $
Partners:
Band Protocol, ARPAChain, Samsung, Crypto.com, Binance Staking, Binance Chain alliance, Travala, Matic Network… +more
Exchanges: Binance, Bilaxy, Bitmax, CoinDCX, WazirX, Binance DEX
Technical features: BitTorrent is a pioneering distributed communication protocol invented by Bram Cohen in 2001.
As a peer-to-peer protocol, it facilitates the transfer of large, highly demanded files, eliminating the need for a trusted central server.
The BitTorrent protocol enables client software endpoints (“clients”) to collaborate with each other to enable reliable simultaneous distribution of large files to multiple clients, reducing reliance on any single weak point (such as a server connection). It does this by attempting to make efficient use of every client’s upload and download bandwidth to balance peer-to-peer content delivery across all clients.
To find a peer that has a file or portion thereof, peers either “announce” to a tracker, a server that keeps track of which peers have which files available, or find them via the DHT, a distributed database of peers. Through this process, all peers are naturally segmented into “swarms” of users, with every user in each swarm having a common interest in exchanging pieces of a specific file.
Before an exchange begins, files are cut into pieces. Clients advertise which pieces of a file their user has available, and those pieces are uploaded by users who have them and downloaded by users who need them. Cryptographic hashes, or “info hashes,” of the pieces are used to verify that the pieces being shared are the pieces that were requested.
The more pieces a peer receives from another peer in exchange for pieces sent, the more productive a peer-to-peer interaction is considered to be. The most productive piece exchanges are rewarded with further pieces, and the clients with the least productive exchanges are deprecated, disconnected or banned.
Once a user has completed a download, they may allow their client to continue to upload pieces despite no longer needing any download in return; this is called “seeding.” The default for most clients is to “seed” to other downloaders. This activity, however, is entirely altruistic. There is no economic penalty for users closing their BitTorrent client once a download has finished.

Loom Network (LOOM)

Description: Loom Network is a Distributed Enterprise Platform for Healthcare Providers. Utilizing the Ethereum blockchain, Loom Network provides a Platform as Service (PaaS) that enables solidarity applications to be run on private, and semi-public chains.
Blockchain: Ethereum (Token)
PoS:
Yes
MN: 
No
Historic High:  0.7744 $
Historic Low:
 0.0076 $
Partners:
Not specified
Exchanges: Binance, Upbit, Bithumb, Bitmart, Bkex, Huobi, Latoken, Hotbit… +more
Technical features: The system allows developers to work with smart contracts that only draw the amount of computing required for the task at hand.
Processes such as free trails for prospective clients may not always require the full security of the blockchain and Loom makes more efficient use of these processes.
The system also the incorporation of third-party APIs that are off-chain such as Twillio and Nexemo, the goal is create a multi-language platform that allows developers to build and manage their own applications without having to learn a new computer programing language.
Unlike most other blockchain/crypto based technologies and services, Loom never released a whitepaper, a statement they so boldly claimed on their website, ”we don’t write whitepapers. We ship product.” 

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  • theta-tokenTheta Network (THETA) $ 0.311147 2.12%
  • algorandAlgorand (ALGO) $ 0.387202 5.01%
  • kyber-networkKyber Network (KNC) $ 1.55 2.82%
  • 0x0x (ZRX) $ 0.409060 1.81%
  • qtumQtum (QTUM) $ 2.67 2.68%
  • paxos-standardPaxos Standard (PAX) $ 1.01 1.79%
  • zilliqaZilliqa (ZIL) $ 0.023154 11.81%
  • ampleforthAmpleforth (AMPL) $ 0.682975 9.21%
  • umaUMA (UMA) $ 4.34 1.91%
  • omisegoOMG Network (OMG) $ 1.57 2.72%
  • hedera-hashgraphHedera Hashgraph (HBAR) $ 0.043450 3.58%
  • liskLisk (LSK) $ 1.53 10.18%
  • iconICON (ICX) $ 0.384731 1.01%
  • true-usdTrueUSD (TUSD) $ 1.01 1.45%
  • band-protocolBand Protocol (BAND) $ 9.68 24.48%
  • enjincoinEnjin Coin (ENJ) $ 0.211401 4.63%
  • decredDecred (DCR) $ 16.18 0.2%
  • republic-protocolREN (REN) $ 0.218725 3.12%
  • wavesWaves (WAVES) $ 1.86 8.11%
  • hyperionHyperion (HYN) $ 0.895122 4.62%
  • bitcoin-goldBitcoin Gold (BTG) $ 10.29 2.34%
  • binance-usdBinance USD (BUSD) $ 1.00 0.31%
  • blockstackBlockstack (STX) $ 0.217070 1.19%
  • compound-usd-coincUSDC (CUSDC) $ 0.021102 0.01%
  • bytomBytom (BTM) $ 0.101457 9.15%
  • bancorBancor Network Token (BNT) $ 2.42 1.97%
  • bitcoin-diamondBitcoin Diamond (BCD) $ 0.823731 2.88%
  • holotokenHolo (HOT) $ 0.000857 9.19%
  • loopringLoopring (LRC) $ 0.125284 5.13%
  • ravencoinRavencoin (RVN) $ 0.022391 1.52%
  • terra-lunaTerra (LUNA) $ 0.343201 0.99%
  • celsius-degree-tokenCelsius Network (CEL) $ 0.402041 2.21%
  • siacoinSiacoin (SC) $ 0.003169 2.31%
  • monacoinMonaCoin (MONA) $ 1.90 3.44%
  • ocean-protocolOcean Protocol (OCEAN) $ 0.407924 24.65%
  • husdHUSD (HUSD) $ 1.02 1.76%
  • nanoNano (NANO) $ 1.01 1.33%
  • edgewareEdgeware (EDG) $ 0.025431 0.38%
  • yearn-financeyearn.finance (YFI) $ 4,294.27 12.68%
  • nervos-networkNervos Network (CKB) $ 0.006249 0.55%
  • swipeSwipe (SXP) $ 1.88 0.27%
  • aave-linkAave LINK (ALINK) $ 10.44 4.83%
  • dxchainDxChain Token (DX) $ 0.002312 4.02%
  • thorchainThorchain (RUNE) $ 0.615225 4.34%
  • aave-usdcAave USDC (AUSDC) $ 1.00 0.27%
  • kusamaKusama (KSM) $ 12.38 3.39%
  • aragonAragon (ANT) $ 3.26 12.26%
  • diviDivi (DIVI) $ 0.059285 4.79%
  • kavaKava (KAVA) $ 3.89 14.63%
  • statusStatus (SNT) $ 0.027190 0.71%
  • vergeVerge (XVG) $ 0.006314 0.26%
  • decentralandDecentraland (MANA) $ 0.076860 11.68%
  • gatechain-tokenGatechain Token (GT) $ 0.545989 1.57%
  • nestNest Protocol (NEST) $ 0.063602 8.44%
  • iexec-rlciExec RLC (RLC) $ 1.44 11.44%
  • zencashHorizen (ZEN) $ 10.25 5.83%
  • balancerBalancer (BAL) $ 13.97 1.42%
  • tether-goldTether Gold (XAUT) $ 1,996.44 1.02%
  • quant-networkQuant (QNT) $ 8.05 1%