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1  Economy / Currency exchange / Best Exchanges to Partner Up with Post ICO on: February 04, 2018, 11:43:21 AM
We have a few exchanges in mind to partner up with post our ICO in spring.
However, I'm a huge believer in the power of users. So I'm asking the community:

Which exchange(s) would you like the ICOs you're part of to partner with? And why?
This isn't just to help companies in their post ICO strategy, but also to help young promising exchanges get more exposure, users, and of course, business opportunities.

Let's see who gets the vote of confidence.

~ Roxana from Aimedis
2  Bitcoin / Meetups / Informal Blockchain Meetup at TechChill 2018 Riga on: February 04, 2018, 11:03:26 AM
Hi everyone.

If anyone is attending the tech conference TechChill in Riga, Latvia, next week (Feb 8-9) and would like to meet up to discuss blockchain, ICOs, and the future of Bitcoin, please let us know.

Roxana, our chief of communication will be there.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Coinmarketcap announced they will exclude some of the Korean exchanges on: January 08, 2018, 07:29:45 PM
The official announcement was made earlier this week.

It's no news that since the South Korean market is controlled and foreign access is almost impossible without proper paperwork and proof, the exchange rates for many Altcoins are much higher in comparison to US and European exchange markets.

To give you an idea, whereas ETH was trading slightly over $1,000 on EU or US exchanges, the SK exchanges were trading it at 1ETH = 1,800USD.

With these differences in mind, it's hard to give a solid average rate of the market, which is why Coinmarketcap decided to remove the Korean ones, as they were not reflecting in any way the general situation.

Going forward, you won't be seeing such huge differences in trading quotes for Bitcoin and Altcoins.

~ Roxana
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / New User Here: Anyone Else Interested in Healthtech + Blockchain? on: December 11, 2017, 11:33:02 PM
Hi everyone.

We are an international team working on developing a platform using blockchain technology, smart contracts and AI for the healthcare industry.

Each of us isn't new to the crypto scene, but as a team we are. Hence, "newbie" is our proud badge here in the forum.

We're hoping to engage with as many enthusiasts here, and help us understand better the entire process. It's not the technology we're concerned, it's the human factor. There are things we don't know about the community unless we tap into it, right?

How can we create a product and service that addresses the needs of the end user? Because the end user will most probably have knowledge of what blockchain is, of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and alt coins.

But we don't want to be "just another ICO". There are doctors in our team who have witnessed the lack of technological innovation in the medical field.
Data breaches happening 24/7. Patients being blocked from the medical services they require. Fraud. And so on.

So we really believe that smart contracts can help us make a better world. To a great extent.

We'll be around, trying to get to know the users on Bitcointalk and what keeps them up at night. I'm pretty sure it's not just the price of Bitcoin fluctuating.

Looking forward to learning more.
And perhaps meet some of you face to face at conferences related to the blockchain implementation.

Over and out,
Roxana from Aimedis
5  Bitcoin / Meetups / European Must Attend 2018 Conferences - Blockchain Focused on: December 11, 2017, 10:36:13 PM
Hi everyone.

My team and I at Aimedis are looking for some of the best conferences to attend for next year in Europe, which feature blockchain events, workshops, and networking opportunities.

For 2017, in Q4, we have seen some interest on the topic at Web In Lisbon, and Slush in Helsinki.

TechCruch Disrupt Berlin also had a series of "off the record" talks and workshops about blockchain technology and ICO.

And the ICO event in Amsterdam in late November was also centered on blockchain technology.

Moving forward as the year comes to an end, I'm trying to build an agenda for the upcoming 2018.

What are some of the must-attend events and where for European crypto enthusiasts, but also for startups incorporating smart contracts, and launching their own token?

Hope this is the right place to post, cc mods.
Many thanks in advance.

Roxana from Aimedis
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