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T-money is a transportation card issued by T-money Co., Ltd. It is a smart card that can be used as a transportation card and electronic money in Korea, and the metropolitan area is the main use area along with cash bills. On July 1, 2004, T-money was first introduced as a new transportation card when Seoul reorganized its public transportation system. The issuer of T-money established Korea Smart Card Co., Ltd. by investing 35% in Seoul and 30% in LG CNS, and there are suspicions that it received preferential treatment during the establishment process. In addition to payment for transportation expenses, additional services such as transportation mileage service and distribution payment service are gradually expanding.
Indiegogo is an American crowdfunding website founded in 2008 by Danae Ringelmann, Slava Rubin, and Eric Schell. Its headquarters are in San Francisco, California. The site is one of the first sites to offer crowd funding. Indiegogo allows people to solicit funds for an idea, charity, or start-up business. Indiegogo charges a 5% fee on contributions. The site runs on a rewards-based system, meaning donors, investors, or customers who are willing help to fund a project or product can donate and receive a gift, rather than an equity stake in the company.
Kickstarter is an American public benefit corporation based in Brooklyn, New York, that maintains a global crowdfunding platform focused on creativity. The company's stated mission is to "help bring creative projects to life". As of December 2019, Kickstarter has received more than $4.6 billion in pledges from 17.2 million backers to fund 445,000 projects, such as films, music, stage shows, comics, journalism, video games, technology, publishing, and food-related projects. People who back Kickstarter projects are offered tangible rewards or experiences in exchange for their pledges. This model traces its roots to subscription model of arts patronage, where artists would go directly to their audiences to fund their work.
GoFundMe is an American for-profit crowdfunding platform that allows people to raise money for events ranging from life events such as celebrations and graduations to challenging circumstances like accidents and illnesses. From 2010 to the beginning of 2020, over $9 billion has been raised on the platform, with contributions from over 120 million donors. For personal campaigns in the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain, GoFundMe is a free platform. The company is based in Redwood City, California, with offices in San Diego and Dublin, and with operations in France, Spain, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom.
CrowdCube was established in February 2011, and is a crowd platform operated with headquarters in Exeter, UK. The basic trading structure is a structure in which the investor takes direct equity interest, authority, and risk. Currently, the number of investors is more than 290,000, and the total investment amount has exceeded 173 million pounds. The crowdcube's feature is that it has an equity investment structure licensed by the UK Financial Coduct Authority:FCA, which allows companies to offer fixed annual returns to investors.
SEEDRS was established in August 2012 and is a crowdfunding platform headquartered in London, UK. The basic structure of SEEDRS is that investors have equity interests, but SEEDRS manages the voting rights and direct authority for the equity invested through SEEDRS. The number of investors is private, and the total investment amount has exceeded £140 million. SEEDRS is the first to be licensed as an equity-invested crowdfunding brokerage through the UK Financial Coduct Authority:FCA, and small-sized investors can invest.
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HANPASS thinks from your side. Our vision is to make your day-to-day financial life simpler and easier. We present our brand dentity with our innovative technology and customer-focused transparency.
Payoneer is an American financial services company that provides online money transfer, digital payment services and provides customers with working capital. Account holders can send and receive funds into their bank account, Payoneer e-wallet, or onto a re-loadable prepaid MasterCard debit card that can be used online or at points of sale. The company specializes in facilitating cross-border B2B payments. It provides cross-border transactions in 200 countries and territories and more than 150 local currencies, with its cross border wire transfers, online payments, and refillable debit card services. In the content creation space, Payoneer works with Getty Images, iStock, Pond5, and others as well as in the freelance marketplace. Payoneer has a customer care team with 320 employees who support 4 million customers in 70 languages, operating in 150 different currencies.
Moin was founded in March 2016. Moin is a fintech company that provides overseas remittance solutions. As of June 2019, Moin is providing remittance services to Japan/China/US/Singapore/Australia/UK, and plans to expand its services to Southeast Asia and Europe, announced by KPMG International and H2 Ventures Fintech100-Leading Global Fintech Innovators' gathered was selected.
SENTBE was established in September 2015 and is a fintech financial support service business. As of 2020, the cumulative number of remittances reached 1 million, and the accumulated remittance amount was announced at 900 billion won. It supports overseas remittances to more than 40 countries around the world, including the US, Canada, UK, Russia, Germany, China, and Korea.
Wire Barley is an overseas remittance service company that provides mobile and online-based remittance services between countries in the Asia Pacific region. Wirebarley, which has been recognized for the qualifications required for overseas remittances in each country, is rapidly expanding to Korea, New Zealand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Japan and the United States. Wirebarley achieved 350,000 cumulative app downloads and over $400 million in cumulative remittances.
TransferWise TransferWise is a London-based online money transfer service founded in January 2011 by Estonians Kristo Käärmann and Taavet Hinrikus. The company supports more than 750 currency routes across the world including GBP, USD, EUR, AUD and CAD, and provides multi-currency accounts. In 2018, TransferWise's net profit reached $8 million and its customer base reached 4 million with monthly transfer of around $4 billion.
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The Chainlink network provides reliable tamper-proof inputs and outputs for complex smart contracts on any blockchain.
Cardano is a cryptocurrency network and open source project that aims to run a public blockchain platform for smart contracts. Cardano's internal cryptocurrency is called Ada. The development of the project is overseen and supervised by the Cardano Foundation based in Zug, Switzerland. The platform began development in 2015 and was launched in 2017 by Charles Hoskinson, a co-founder of Ethereum and BitShares. The currency debuted with a market cap of $600 million. By the end of 2017, it had a market cap of $10 billion, and reached a value of $33 billion briefly in 2018 before a general tightening of the crypto market dropped its value back to $10 billion.
Algorand is a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain that supports smart contracts. Its protocol uses Pure PoS, through which users are selected on a random and secret basis to propose blocks and vote on proposals. In that way, the blockchain ensures that each user’s influence on the choice of a new block is proportional to the user’s stake in the system. Founded by MIT professor and Turing Award recipient Silvio Micali in June 2019, Algorand is designed as a scalable and secure blockchain free of potential governance issues such as forks. The network’s Algorand 2.0 update, released in late 2019, adds decentralized finance (DeFi) features and smart contracts.
ChainX is a platform focused on interchain decentralized crypto asset management. It is a smart contract platform that enhances the DeFi space with cross-chain functionality. For example, ChainX offers X-BTC to make BTC available to other chains in a secure and decentralized way. Any chain can establish a connection with ChainX to have asset interoperability with all other chains.
Kusama was founded in 2019 by Gavin Wood, founder of Polkadot and co-founder and former CTO of Ethereum. Kusama is a scalable network of specialized blockchains built using Substrate and nearly the same codebase as Polkadot. The network is an experimental development environment for teams who want to move fast and innovate on Kusama, or prepare for deployment on Polkadot.
StaFi is the First DeFi Protocol Unlocking Liquidity of Staked Assets. Staking Finance is in agreement with Stafi’s concepts. Afterall, Sta+Fi is the abbreviation for Staking+Finance.
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CenterPrime is a hyperledger private chain. In the client app, which is serviced in finance, investment, insurance, auction, logistics, real estate, and tax, we develop a chain of blockchain through node SDK to realize hybrid blockchain through open banking that is part of the fintech system.
SoluLab was founded in 2014. SoluLab Inc. is leading Blockchain Technology, Mobile Apps and Software Development Company, started by ex-vice president of Goldman Sachs, USA and ex-iOS principal engineer of Citrix. SoluLab Inc. has more than 1500 projects undertaken and partners with large companies such as Microsoft, Google, and Hyperledger.
ELEKS is an international company that provides custom software engineering and consulting services, headquartered in Lviv, Ukraine. The company has about 1500+ employees and operates offices in the United States, Canada, Germany, Estonia, Poland, and the United Kingdom. Eleks was named a Top 100 Global Outsourcing Company by IAOP.
Skalex is a German company founded in Munich 2013 and specializes in developing Blockchain Applications, Smart Contracts and Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency Exchange Software for businesses. The development team of draglet has been involved in the cryptocurrency world since its initial beginnings and possesses years of experience, providing companies with quality Blockchain applications on a global scale.
Altoros Systems is a software development company that provides products and services for the Cloud Foundry platform. Altoros contributes to development and evolution of this open source initiative as governed by the Linux Foundation. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, the company runs offices in U.S., Norway, Denmark, UK, Finland, Sweden, Argentina and Belarus. Altoros actively supports and brings up technology communities in America and Europe by organizing related educational events (such as meetups, CloudCamps, user group meetings, hackathons, free programming courses.
Labrys is a blockchain technology company based in Brisbane, Australia. Labrys developed and supported Primary Ledger, Secure Health Chain, CryptoCritters, NEM – Trezor Integration, and Nansen.
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The dual-chain architecture of Binance Chain & Binance Smart Chain empowers you to build your own decentralized apps and digital assets on one blockchain, while also taking advantage of the fast trading performance offered on the Binance Decentralized Exchange (DEX).
Ethereum is open access to digital money and data-friendly services for everyone – no matter your background or location. It's a community-built technology behind the cryptocurrency Ether (ETH) and thousands of applications you can use today.
QuarkChain is a blockchain platform that utilizes a Proof of Staked Work (PoSW) algorithm that combines Proof of Work (PoW) and Proof of Stake (PoS).
Ethereum Medalla is one of the many ETH 2.0 testnets over 2019 and 2020 as Ethereum makes its final transition to a pure Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain. Medalla is the final ETH 2.0 testnet and unlike the other testnets, Medalla is public— meaning the network validators are not centrally coordinated by developers and the stability and health of the multiclient blockchain will mostly depend on the Ethereum community validators’ participation.
Hyperledger Sawtooth is an open source project under the Hyperledger umbrella, and works as an enterprise level blockchain system used for creating and operating distributed ledger applications and networks particularly for use by enterprises. Hyperledger Sawtooth is an open source enterprise blockchain-as-a-service platform that can run customized smart contracts without needing to know the underlying design of the core system. Hyperledger is an umbrella blockchain development group sponsored by organizations such as the Linux Project, IBM, Intel, and SAP. Hyperledger Sawtooth supports a variety of consensus algorithms, including Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT) and Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET)
OpenLedger is a business-centric, innovative blockchain services provider that focuses on delivering high-performance, versatile blockchain solutions to enterprises and start-ups. With an emphasis on practical business application, OpenLedger develops custom blockchain solutions and Dapps on Hyperledger, EOSIO, BitShares and Ethereum.
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