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Chainlink or LINK is experiencing one of the fastest rises in the bitcoin market. LINK has grown so much over the last year that it is now among the top 5 crypto assets by market capitalization. As for today, LINK's market capitalization is $4,5 billion which places it just below XRP and Tether.  How did LINK manage to enter the top 5 crypto assets' list? We analyzed the available data to try and explain the phenomenal growth of LINK.  But first, what is Chainlink? Why is it causing so many ripples in the world of blockchain? Lrt's find out below. What is Chainlink?  LINK is a decentralized financial token that bridges the gap between real-world transactions and smart contracts on the blockchain. LINK harnesses the power of smart contracts on the blockchain and uses it for everyday real-world transactions.  Smart contracts which run on Ethereum have a limitation as users can only use them within the blockchain. This limits the applications of smart contracts in the financial world as not everyone has moved operations to the blockchain.  A lot of modern financial transactions take place off the chain. These transactions take advantage of APIs from different service providers to complete…
In the last three years, the crypto industry has been through a lot. There has been a period of international excitement and exuberance over Bitcoin and other currencies, then 2018 hit hard with a huge crash in January and February.2019 is the year of balance and stability for crypto. Last year, the market got rid of most bump-and-dump startups and is finally populated by committed vendors. Jumping on the crypto bandwagon for fundraising is now is harder than a few years ago, as regulators are stricter and a buyer is not as trustworthy of crypto anymore.In the post, you'll find out what lies ahead for crypto and whether or not your business would benefit from a cryptocurrency developer.  Crypto Market Trends For 2019 Despite the prediction that cryptocurrency will become common by 2030, as for now, people's trust level to most ICOs is rather low. Last year, 50% of cryptocurrencies have died and revealed their true colors - pure scam.Having said that, there is a brighter day for crypto. Cryptocurrencies will still be going strong in 2020 - but the development current might not be what you expected.  1. Gaming is a primary use case Game developers and players had no issues with buying virtual…
While everyone understands that, Ethereum is to blockchains. Moreover, Bitcoin is to cryptocurrencies. Even though Ethereum does not grasp much of fame like the Bitcoin, still it is reasoned as the crypto world's superhero. To point out, these can be obtained using Ether, which is regarded as the native cryptocurrency of the Ethereum blockchain on the other and tokens, as well as their attributes, are described by the standard which is commonly known as the ERC-20 Token Development Company standard. All the tokens are needed to be amenable with the ERC-20 standard, which is designed on the Ethereum blockchain. To state, this compliance ensures for the hassle-free transactions deprived of any hiccups. In this article, we will be discussing ERC20 On Ethereum Standard. Before creating your ethereum tokens, filling your mind with a deep understanding of what and why ERC 20 is. ERC20 On Ethereum Standard: What Is ERC 2O Tokens? Ordinarily, Ethereum builds an open software platform that lets developers build and diffuse dApps where produce their coins or tokens. Frequently, the Ethereum tokens are crypto assets which are in the roof of Ethereum network for crowdfunding or running ICO. On the other hand, they are only some smart contract…
Technology is influencing almost every industry and real estate is no exception. Speaking of digital transformation, real estate tech has changed the way real estate agents communicate and market their services. It has also significantly impacted the way homebuyers look at the market for options.  While digital transformation hasn't been so rapid in real estate, 2019 saw the adoption of buzz-worthy PropTech that helped both sellers and property buyers.  From AI personal assistants, virtual tours of prospective homes, and provision of an on-demand inspection via prior booking systems. 2020 opens a new decade and the real estate industry is expected to embrace more real estate tech. Here are some top digital trends to keep an eye out for in 2020. Big Data Management and CRM  Big data refers to vast sets of data used to identify trends and patterns of human behavior. In the sphere of real estate tech, big data can be utilized to predict customer purchase intent and behavior. It also helps predict market conditions, a customer's past associations and buying perspectives that help a business understand a buyer's sentiments.  In the real estate sector, the analysis of big data often involves the use of Credit Relationship Management…
  Want to take a tour of a building you're interested in buying, but it's in a far-off city? Thanks to technology, that's already being made possible, and could become the norm in the future. And that's just one way that technology is shaking up the real estate world. Real estate innovation is not only making it easier for potential buyers to view properties, but also helping them determine which neighborhoods might be the hottest in the coming year thanks to artificial intelligence. Let's have a closer look at how emerging trends may forever change the world of personal/commercial real estate. 1. Virtual Reality Tours The introduction of virtual tours may help both buyers and agents. For example, a potential buyer can tour a property from the comfort of their own home, without the need for an agent to arrange for an open house. That saves both parties time and money: less need for shoppers to drive around and for sellers to stage a property. These are more than clicking on photos to get an idea of a property. Modern VR technology allows a real estate shopper to navigate a property, seeing every detail right down to the kitchen sink.…
imbrex celebrates a year of platform growth and innovation to create the world's first decentralized residential and commercial real estate marketplace. From pre-listing coordination through transaction, imbrex streamlines and secures the buying and selling process. In its first calendar year, imbrex (https://imbrex.io) has broken into and positively disrupted the real estate marketplace, while redefining core concepts for brokerages, residential and commercial agents, and consumers alike.   Founded by real estate veteran and tech entrepreneur Stephen King, imbrex introduced first-of-its-kind solutions to simplify listing, buying, and selling real estate. imbrex leverages the Ethereum blockchain, an open source environment that stores data in a cryptographically validated and secured immutable ledger, to offer maximum security and compliance for effortless transactions.   All information on imbrex is shared via Inter Planetary File System (IPFS), a peer-to-peer distribution protocol. Listing and transactional data is never stored on a third-party server, ensuring first of its kind ownership, control, and security of information.   Stephen referenced Buckminster Fuller to describe imbrex's impact on the market.   "'You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.' We're building a new way for the real estate…
I once again participated excellent Propteq: Europe event in London, which brings together a number of prop tech enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, investors and people from the industry in general. There was a number of well-run theme sessions, two of which I co-hosted. Having spent the day in the midst of exchanging ideas and discussing emerging topics, two of the things stood out: AI and blockchain. Even though arguably much hyped, these two will most likely have the most profound impact on the real estate industry than anything else before – or ok… maybe except for the electricity. What do I base my conclusions upon? I think AI is in its infancy but there are already working adaptations of machine learning. One can easily think repetitive transactions of similar character in great quantity, like mortgage applications, to be handled by an algorithm – and BTW, one of the biggest banks in the Nordics is already exploring of moving its mortgage application process into an AI assisted process, where the offer could be generated by AI and given automatically to the customer. Same goes for customer / service requests from a building, where an algorithm can combine a lot of data from building automation…
The world of real estate investment has evolved since the internet has embraced every single aspect of today's world business. It's important, in 2019, to understand how the real estate investment's world is embracing new technologies and, most importantly, why. It's crucial, in fact, to break down each individual variable which, when combined, to understand the future of the technological field applied to real estate investment. Let's analyse how. Investments and Monitoring Via Blockchain The blockchain has become quite a trendy subject since crypto values have become commercially powerful a couple of years ago. The recent usage of blockchain-based features from banks like Santander and more has, in fact, resulted in a "standardization" of this very matter, which has also resulted in a vast flux of investments in and from big companies who always placed themselves as big, powerful players within this sector. The Power Of Front-End Development And Real Estate Investment Sites Real estate investment, since it moved online, has always been a fundamental part in every front-end developer's portfolio, given how requested websites and applications/calculators are either in the front-end sector in general and, most importantly, in a general business one. The fact that many eCommerce developers have…
  The NYC Network Group recently held their 11th Annual NYC Real Estate Expo. The Hilton Midtown was the perfect place for real estate leaders to discuss the rise of technology in the industry. During the expo, professionals discussed the current changes taking place in commercial real estate. They focused on the impact that online search has on buyers. Today, over 70% of buyers use the Internet to find their commercial spaces. In addition, the majority of today's real estate agents rely on the Internet to communicate with prospective clients. Of course, you text, call and email clients to sell properties. However, the latest technologies create possibilities that are seemingly endless. Read this post to discover the other technology trends that will continue to transform the real estate industry in 2020.  Using Drones To Photograph Buildings In recent years, drones have made an appearance in a variety of sectors. Real estate is one of the most prominent. Prospective buyers can now learn much more about a property from the outside. Agents now showcase the exterior view of properties in a much more advanced way. Rather than just showing the interior and a quick photo of an office complex from afar, you…