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While a Republic, Hidden Order of the Atomic Swap Goes Unnoticed: Past-ICO Review

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Don the cape and cowl, the secret trading society is among us. They want to move big crypto without you noticing it, written in the sacred hidden order book
While a Republic, Hidden Order of the Atomic Swap Goes Unnoticed: Past-ICO Review

While the name rings of something regal, the dealings of Republic Protocol are all but that. Its claim to fame is its dark pools and it’s hidden transactions. This is something people who don’t want there transfers to be seen would be keen to employ, such as whales, who do not want to upset markets when they sell off, in order to put a bit of walking-around money in their pockets. This is an atomic-swap technology, which allows for the exchange of one cryptocurrency for another without going through an exchange, where all the transactions are recorded.

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Financials

Republic Protocol raised some $34 mln on Feb. 3, 2018. Its token price has been a bit topsy-turvy. Debuting at $0.079 on Feb. 21 and falling up to $0.13 on May 17 before falling down to $0.024 at the time of writing. Again, this is a utility token and not an investment token, with a sole purpose of moving large amounts of crypto, undetected.

Unhooding the team

For the creators of the darkness might have reason to hide, this team is obscure.

Taiyang Zhang- CEO

Has had several positions over the past four years as a developer or advisor, but lists nothing before 2015, nor his education.

Loong Wang- CTO

Also shrouded in mystery, Wang has only listed several years of experience on his LinkedIn profile. He does list a university but without a graduation date. His work experience only dates back to 2015.

Noah Ingham- Developer

There is no LinkedIn profile, he is totally in the shadows.

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Like a secret society

There are hidden order books and atomic swaps, which do not pass through exchanges but directly exchange one token for another. Browsing the website, there is not much information offered up by its creators. While it does not appear to function fully, there is a testnet link. But not much else. Therefore, the review of this can only remain shrouded in mystery because the website leaves many questions to be answered.

Republic Protocol uses a secret sharing scheme to separate orders into multiple fragments distributed throughout the network. The original order could not be recreated without collecting most of the fragments. To protect against malicious acts with these "fragments" of orders, Republic Protocol uses the smart contract Ethereum called Registrar, which collects network nodes in the network topology. This establishes a high price for an attacker to "collect" fragments, because one or more individual nodes, even whole topologies, will not help. The Republic Protocol system is a decentralized exchanger with a hidden order book that executes orders without disclosing specific details, where the Republic Protocol token is used as a motivator and a means of protecting the system.

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Past ICO Review: How Cobinhood’s Arrows Have Missed the Mark

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Cobinhood’s tokens grew at amazing rate, but identity crisis and lost of banking access made it miss the target
Past ICO Review: How Cobinhood’s Arrows Have Missed the Mark

It has been a rough ride for cryptocurrency exchange provider Cobinhood. Not only did the stock, and now crypto, exchange Robinhood sent them a cease and desist order because of similar name touting the same services, the Taiwanese company lost access to banking services for its customers. Meaning users could not send or receive fiat transfers to the platform.

To remedy this, Cobinhood has accepted stablecoin Tether, which is tied to the US Dollar at 1:1. Cobinhood’s claim to fame is its zero-trading fee. Before diving deeper, let's look at the ICO financials.

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Big break out, bigger bust

Cobinhood’s ICO ran from September 13, 2017 to October 22, 2017 and raised $13 million. The entry native token price was $0.04 on September 30, 2017. At the time of writing, the price per token now sits at $0.08, a 100-percent growth.

While 100% looks like an amazing rate, it should be noted that Cobinhood hit a high of $1.52 on January 10th, 2018, a 3,700-percentage gain! But then over the course of a month, the price tumbled down to $0.25 by February 10th, and continued its slide to the present day.

Note that the token started trading before the launch of the exchange on December 17, 2017. CoinMarketCap rank is 305

Without bank access, buying crypto isn’t easy

Cobinhood’s banking partners decided at the start of 2018 that they would not do business with the exchange. It is assumed that this reasoning came about due to the nature of many banks not wanting to work with cryptocurrencies. This essentially strangled the exchange and put a burden on the users.

To remedy this, the exchange announced that it would enable Tether-based buys and sells. In other words, the user would have to hold Tether off exchange to make purchases on the exchange. This led to a crypto-for-crypto buys and sells. If you know anything about exchanges, then you know that this adds on more costs, fees, and waiting time for the user and this is not ideal.

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Despite the Name, it Hangs in the Game

Despite the name and the issues with competitor Robinhood, it seems to be a technologically sound exchange. The company has taken several measures to ensure a quality experience with the exchange.  when the company performed a stress test to push the platform to its limits, the exchange averaged 1,154,284 orders and 10,142 order book updates per second for each trading pair — making it the first cryptocurrency exchange capable of true high-frequency trading. A rather impressive feat, considering the largest exchange Coinbase has had several meltdowns over the past 6 year when trading volume skyrocketed.

The Team

Popo Chen - CEO and Founder
Chen Tai Yuan is a 26-year-old serial entrepreneur who earned an Electrical Engineering master’s degree at the age of 22. At the age of 24, he founded 17 live streaming, a leading live streaming platform across Asia with more than 5M daily active users. In three months, 17 live streaming raised 10M USD.

Wei-Ning Huang - CTO and Co-Founder
Wei-Ning has three years' working experience at Google. Before that, he was an active open-source contributor and worked in the open-source space for more than five years. He specializes in building large-scale web applications with demanding throughput and availability. Wei-Ning is also an early adopter of cryptocurrencies, having five years of cryptocurrency trading experience and deep understanding of the blockchain technology.

Tony Scott - Advisor to Cobinhood and Former U.S. Federal Chief Information Officer
Tony Scott was the third U.S. Federal Chief Information Officer, serving from 2015-2017. During his tenure, he was involved in leading various digitalization and blockchain-themed projects as well as improving the cybersecurity of government.

The Bottom Line

Cobinhood is an interesting case because it has many users and a strong technology platform, and advised by the former U.S. CIO.  

However, the red flags are big ones: name contesting with Robinhood, loss of banking partners and thus the ability to buy and sell fiat, adding more steps and fees to a complicated process for new users. The native token has suffered much in the past few months almost returning to its starting position. The ICO raised a good bit of funding, but the subsequent hits have damaged the reputation.

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Legally Binding? Redditors Doubt Agrello’s Credentials: Past-ICO Review

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Digital IDs are here and so are digital contracts, but who recognizes them?
Legally Binding? Redditors Doubt Agrello’s Credentials: Past-ICO Review

In a one-month ICO sale from July 17 to Aug. 18, 2017 Agrello was able to raise $30 mln in funding to support its efforts in making a smart contract that are legally binding supported by AI. However, a fast-sinking token price tells a different story.

In the red, but not yet dead

We already know that Agrello raised $30 mln in the ICO. However, when we examine the token price from start to current, we see a disturbing downwards trend that is not a promising sign for potential investors.

Agrello’s token DLT entered the market at $0.47 on Sept. 9, 2017 and has since fallen to $0.08, an 80 percent crash, as of the time of writing. The marketcap is only at $6 mln, an 80 percent difference from what was raised initially. Where did that money go? The company is rated 491 on CoinMarketCap, and steadily falling.

Really legally binding? In which jurisdiction?

It’s funny, when companies come out saying they will do this and they will do that, and then they don’t or they just push back deadlines and give themselves more time to come up with more excuses as to how to delay the inevitable.

Legally binding or not, I don’t believe it has been said that “computer code” can count as a legally binding contract. Most judges would want to see a paper contract signed between both parties. Agrello offers digital identity services and the ability to sign its contracts with the click of a button. It highlights rental leases as a one click to confirm.

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No redirect?

Another funny thing is when you create a new website, you should have your old address redirect to the new one, but Agrello, does not have such a redirect built in. Instead, it goes to the old website and askes the visitor to click on the link to go to the new site. It is a bit odd to that. What if the visitor decides not to visit the new site and instead stay on the old site? Will he/she be misinformed?

While the website claims that Agrello smart contracts are certified in more than 200 countries, last time I checked there are only 195 officially recognized countries in the world, and they are only hoping to have 100 registered partners by 2019, which is quite low in such a long amount of time.

It could be that competition will prove to be a challenge in the coming years are more and more companies get into digital identity which is verifiable through blockchain technology.

Updates?

According to Agrello’s official blog, the latest update about their service was on May 3, 2018, which gave a sneak peak of the digital ID and signature process. But looking back at the roadmap, the ID should have already been created last year.

A quip from the blog reads, “As you know, online identification is a time-consuming process and we aim to solve this problem. But for that, digital ID is needed.”

It may be time-consuming but there has not been any update since May.

If you check out Reddit, the Redditors are rather skeptical of the project and are unsure if it can really be done, or if they are just buying more time.

The blog is not that active and of the posts that are there, they are not really focused on development of product and services.

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The Top Rate ICO Industries in 2018

Investing in ICOs requires due diligence and analysis of potential risks and returns.
The Top Rate ICO Industries in 2018

Investing in ICOs requires due diligence and analysis of potential risks and returns. CoinDesk is its article named “The Seven Pillars of ICO Investing” has listed the most important pillars to consider before deciding to invest or not on any specific ICO project.

These 7 Pillars are the following:

  1. Team
  2. Idea
  3. Execution
  4. Legal/Regulatory Framework
  5. Tokenization
  6. ICO Structure
  7. Price Divers

What is interesting and should not be surprising though in the ICO investing is the fact that business models and marketing, promotional channels differ significantly in the amount of fundraising, as some business categories have in general twice the median funding compared to the smaller ones. The following statistic may be useful to investors as it represents the ICO categories with highest median funding. A higher amount of funding may be justified by future business prospects about what investors believe are the most promising trends that could be deliver desired returns on investments given the risks taken.

Categories with highest median funding in 2018:

  1. Blockchain Infrastructure
  2. Internet & Telecommunications
  3. Computing & Data Storage
  4. Data Analytics
  5. Asset Management
  6. Legal Services
  7. Social Media & Communication
  8. Supply & Logistics
  9. IT
  10. Identity & Reputation

These business categories are referenced not in random order, but from highest to lowest order of median funds raised. The Blockchain Infrastructure category has the highest median funds raised at $ 7,012,289, while the Identity & Reputation category has the lowest median funds raised in 2018 at $ 3,750,000. The first and last business categories have a significant difference between them in terms of median funds raised as the Blockchain Infrastructure category is 87% larger than the Identity & Reputation category.

Another key interesting statistic in ICO investing is the geographical distribution of projects fundraising in the third quarter of 2018. The following infographic shows that there are again very large differences within continents. Europe and specifically Russia with $ 182.9 Million was the largest market, Israel with $19.6 Million was the smallest market, while South Korea witnessed a significant drop in fundraising as according to ICORating, in Q3 2018, 17 projects with South Korean origins raised USD 68 million, compared with 16 projects and USD 301 million in Q2 2018.

Geographical distribution of projects based on origin of the project team, Q3 2018

Geographical distribution of projects based on origin of the project team, Q3 2018

Country of origin means a country in which more than 50% of team members were living at the time of an ICO.

Another point worth mentioning is that in Q3 2018 USA had the largest number of projects compared to all mentioned countries in the above infographic, still Russia with a smaller number of projects, 63 was as mentioned the largest market.

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Building a Litecoin Mining Rig- Step by Step Guide

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Litecoin is seen as Bitcoin’s silver, so one way to pick up a few pieces of digital silver is to mine it yourself
Building a Litecoin Mining Rig- Step by Step Guide

How to start making money on cryptocurrency? The easiest way is building your own Litecoin mining rig! Learn to create a green-field mining rig: our step-by-step instruction will help you.

All of us are trying now to get into currency mining– it seems to be the easiest way to obtain crypto without investing mind-blowing sums of money. If you’re planning to become a miner, pay attention to such resource as Litecoin– one of the top-10 current cryptocurrencies that continues gaining value steadily. But don’t rush to search for a Litecoin mining rig for sale– you can save considerably doing it by yourself. This guide will teach you to build a Litecoin mining rig from scratch.

Why mining Litecoin?

why mining Litecoin

The golden days when you could mine Bitcoins on your PC or smartphone are over – the difficulty of mining has grown exponentially, and your investments in Bitcoin mining aren’t likely to pay off. Luckily, there’s a myriad of altcoins that are GPU-mineable, and Litecoin is one of them. Just like Bitcoin, Litecoin uses proof-of-work for building a chain, but the processing is several times faster, so it’s easier to mine. Litecoin price in May 2018 is $168 and is expected to continue growing. This is one of the most promising cryptocurrencies and is still not hard to mine.

Litecoin vs. Bitcoin: What to choose?

The difficulty of Bitcoin mining is overwhelming: today, it’s hard to mine this cryptocurrency on your own, while an ASIC Litecoin mining rig can still bring you a considerable revenue. Here are the main reasons for choosing Litecoin mining instead of traditional Bitcoins:

  • Litecoin mining is done with CPU.

  • Litecoin can be generated several times faster than Bitcoin (it takes about 150 seconds, and Litecoin transactions are pretty quick).

  • 84 mln of Litecoins will be generated versus 21 mln of Bitcoins.

  • There are many Litecoin mining pools– if you want to unite power with other Internet users, you’re free to do that.

What is mining?

Mining is the process of maintaining the Blockchain– the distributed ledger containing all transactions made. What miners do is receive the transaction details from different network participants and assemble the transactions into certain structures by finding a suitable hash.

Hash is the result of running a chunk of data through a cryptographic algorithm: the set of data will return only one hash. Hash cannot be used to obtain this data, but it ensures its safety and integrity. If one symbol in the string is changed, the hash will become unrecognizable. Since each block has the hash of the previous block, the network will know if someone attempted to insert a transaction into the ledger.

Mining is becoming more and more competitive: the first miner to generate a correct has is rewarded with Litecoins, the others get nothing. Therefore if you want to outperform the rivals, you need to have a lot of computing power. There is a specialized gear for mining– the hobby has turned into a real profession, and people around the world get involved by building mining farms and rigs.

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Creating a Litecoin mining rig in 2017 was a simple and profitable initiative, and it may still bring you a considerable revenue. You just need to organize facilities properly.

Create a wallet

Prior to building Litecoin mining rigs, you need to create a wallet where you will keep your coins. The easiest way is to open the homepage of the Litecoin and find the download link for the wallet app. If you have issues with that, there are numerous community forums on the Net. Most wallets are based on the Bitcoin-Qt client and they are reliable, but you may need to wait when the entire Blockchain downloads.

Choosing hardware for your DIY Litecoin mining rig

Instead of buying a ready system (which is hard to get and expensive), you can buy Litecoin mining rig hardware and assemble the unit on your own. Here’s what you’ll need:

  1. PSU (Power Supply Unit). A 1300 Wt PSU will be perfect, but if you cannot find one, try an alternative – get two 750 Wt units and connect them together using an add2psu adapter.

  2. Motherboard and CPU. With the average budget of $150, you can try H81 Pro BTC motherboard combined with Intel G3220 CPU. Alternatively, try MSI Z77A GD-65 with Intel Celeron G1620. Both are perfect non-expensive variants for mining.

  3. RAM. You can go with a non-expensive 4GB Kingston DDR3 RAM– it will be more than enough. However, if you’re going to use Reaper mining software or script-based mining solution, look for 8 Gb RAM.

  4. Powered Riser Cables (1x to 16x). Buy six cables – for each GPU. They are used to connect the graphic cards to the motherboard and organize space between them for better ventilation. Plug the 1x male end of the cable into the 1x or 16x slot on the motherboard, and connect the cable’s 16x slot to where you plug the graphic card into.

  5. Hard Drive. You will need an SSD drive to install the OS.

  6. Mining Case. This is where you will build a Litecoin mining rig. You can make a case on your own using tangled aluminum bought in the local hardware store or buy a ready one. There are plenty of custom built cases sold online.

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  1. Cooling Fans. You will need extra cooling to keep the temperature down in ever-working GPUs. Buy a box fan, it will cost you about $30.

  2. Keyboard, mouse, and monitor. You need them to configure the software only – to cut expenses, you can get the ones from your PC.

GPU – Which one is better?

The choice of graphic processing unit is crucial for the efficiency of your mining rig. In this table, we’ve performed Litecoin mining rig comparison based on the GPU models.

Model/Characteristics

Core Clock

Memory

Power Draw

Outputs

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070

1,506 MHz

8GB GDDR5

150 Wt

3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0, DL-DVI

AMD Radeon RX580

1,257MHz

8GB GDDR5

185 Wt

1 DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060

1,506 MHz

6GB GDDR5

120 Wt

3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0, DL-DVI

AMD Radeon RX Vega 56

1,156MHz

8GB HBM2

210 Wt

3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0

Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti

1,480MHz

11GB GDDR5X

250 Wt

3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0

Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti

1,6070MHz

8GB GDDR5

180 Wt

3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0

AMD Radeon RX580 is a real hit that’s always on demand among miners. However, this is the reason why it’s rarely in stock and people cannot find it in stores.

Operating System

If you know how to work with Linux, you can simply download it for free (some users suppose that Linux is the best variant for Litecoin mining– it ensures the best mining ROI). However, undervolting and overclocking is always better with Windows thanks to its powerful drivers. Windows 8 and Windows 10 are pretty good for mining. Although you can install an OS with a thumb drive, some prefer loading the OS from an install CD– do as convenient for you.

Advantages of mining on Linux OS:

- It’s free

- It already comes with mining software

- Its EthOS version is tailored for mining altcoins

- Easier remote management

- Reduced power consumption

Installation process

Now when the hardware and software are ready, you need to assemble the mining rig. Follow these steps to finish the process:

  1. Attach the CPU and fan to the motherboard and place RAM on the memory slot.

  2. Install the motherboard on the top of your frame/box and ensure that all ports for SATA, USB, mouse, and keyboard are accessible. Plug the riser cables in PCI-E slots of the motherboard.

  3. Connect each GPU to the corresponding riser cable and rest the bracket end on the edge of your frame. Screw GPUs on their places– don’t forget to make the holes beforehand, it will ease the task. Leave space between GPUs to ensure optimal ventilation.

  4. Connect the PSU to the CPU and your GPUs.

  5. Establish Internet connection. Wi-Fi USB adapter is the best option.

As soon as the hardware is assembled, you need to install OS and the corresponding mining software. Prior to installing all six GPUs, you can try connecting only one. If the processor sees it, and it’s working properly, install and connect all the rest. If the CPU cannot find them, you need to install drivers and specify the paths manually.

Double-check that things are working properly and make sure that cooling is sufficient– GPUs emit a lot of heat. To guarantee minimum downtime, try WatchDog timer– it reboots the mining rig in case of power outage and system failures.

Conclusion

Cryptocurrency is all around us, and there’s the whole gamut of possibilities to make money on it. If you need passive income, building a Litecoin mining rig is the golden opportunity you shouldn’t let slip by! Invest in hardware, follow this guide to create the rig, and soon you’ll be a proud owner of brand-new Litecoins.

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Swiss Cheese is Full of Holes: Past-ICO Review

 

The cryptosphere is growing larger and larger and with its growth comes a swell of companies that offer to manage crypto assets and make you more money when you use their services. These companies are now a dime a dozen. While they may claim that they have a new and innovative way  to manage your funds, the details are obscure at best. For example, “Swissborg’s objective is to create a democratic, decentralized and professional ecosystem to manage your portfolio of crypto assets,” according to the white paper.

Swiss clocks are expensive, these tokens...not so much

While Swissborg’s ICO raised $50 mln between Dec. 7, 2017 and Jan. 10, 2018, its market cap is only at $5.9 mln, and the token price has lost 98.9 percent of its value starting at $0.91 per token and shooting straight down to $0.01 per token at the time of writing. It has not been very impressive. CoinMarketCap has it ranked at 496. Remember that not all that glitters is gold.

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Team

Cyrus Fazel- CEO & Founder

Fazel has a formal background in business and finance and has held senior and executive roles within various wealth management institutions before starting Swissborg in June 2015.

Anthony Lesoismier- CSE & Co-founder

Lesoismier has a background in fintech and finance. He has held various positions within this industry in several countries.

Micha Roon- Smart Contract Expert

On first glance, it seems he is part of the core team, however, when looking at the LinkedIn site, he is really just an advisor: “My role at Swissborg is to make sure the Blockchain is used securely and efficiently.” His main role is a senior Blockchain developer at Sweetbridge.

Tomas Hanak- IT Operations

Has more than 15 plus years experience in IT and IT operations management. He is leading the IT charge at Swissborg.

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One hand, too many cookie jars

There are many various projects that Swissborg is tackling. The major difference is in the scope.

A focused company is likely to have a product built more quickly than one that is looking at everything. Swissborg is too spread out and that might make them slow to develop a working platform.

The roadmap on the website has three major milestones, but no expected completion dates. There is a second link that takes visitors to a Trello page with a so-called timeline, but that just happens to be a mess of weeds.

Not really sure what they are trying to communicate on the Trello platform.

Another major roadblock Swissborg faces are that banks are highly regulated and it will be very difficult for Swissborg to operate internationally across multiple jurisdictions. There is nothing in the whitepaper to describe how they will solve this challenge.

Consider alternatives

Yodling, cheese or chocolate making these are all very focused endeavors. Swissborg is all over the place on how it intends to manage wealth and grow. It faces a highly regulated industry with not much direction. There is not much else to say, but “Good luck!”

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