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Is there a list of projects built using Blockchain? Do you have any idea what kind of projects are being made?

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May 29, 2017, 11:42:32 PM
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Yea man, just check out this list for a good measure of how they currently stack up.

http://coinmarketcap.com/

Then Google the name of the coin for more info.

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May 30, 2017, 06:31:11 PM
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Yea man, just check out this list for a good measure of how they currently stack up.

http://coinmarketcap.com/

Then Google the name of the coin for more info.

Blockchain projects are crypto currency at the same time?
For example, when I develop a project using the blockchain infrastructure, I develop a new crypto currency?

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May 30, 2017, 07:32:56 PM
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Blockchain projects are crypto currency at the same time?
For example, when I develop a project using the blockchain infrastructure, I develop a new crypto currency?

no. there are many blockchains intended to be developed on top of. that's why they exist. ethereum's getting all the hype right now because it's being trialled by companies looking to use blockchains for things.

go check an ethereum forum and the amount of projects will make your head spin. 

as for whether there's a blockchain in real world use, the only truly widespread application is of course money such as bitcoin.

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May 30, 2017, 08:21:01 PM
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Maybe not known for many users here but there exist great blockchain project with partnership between Bitfury and Georgia. I mean that Georgia become first country to register property on Blockchain. Georgian government and Bitcoin company BitFury initiated a project to record land titles on the Blockchain.
Very interesting project, it will be example for other countries, here is link for details: https://cointelegraph.com/news/georgia-becomes-first-country-to-register-property-on-blockchain

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May 31, 2017, 05:09:42 PM
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Blockchain projects are crypto currency at the same time?
For example, when I develop a project using the blockchain infrastructure, I develop a new crypto currency?

no. there are many blockchains intended to be developed on top of. that's why they exist. ethereum's getting all the hype right now because it's being trialled by companies looking to use blockchains for things.

go check an ethereum forum and the amount of projects will make your head spin. 

as for whether there's a blockchain in real world use, the only truly widespread application is of course money such as bitcoin.

I would like to develop a blockchain project from scratch without using any infrastructure like ethereum. What is required for this?
I want to develop a blockchain-based project. When I develop a blockchain-based project from scratch, is this the crypto currency at the same time?

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May 31, 2017, 05:36:52 PM
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Blockchain projects are crypto currency at the same time?
For example, when I develop a project using the blockchain infrastructure, I develop a new crypto currency?
as for whether there's a blockchain in real world use, the only truly widespread application is of course money such as bitcoin.
There are many good potentially widespread applications for the blockchain.

The problem is that money is very easy to have because it only needs agreement between two parties who regard the token to have value, whereas with most other blockchain applications, it requires a large company to give their trust to a new technology (which never happens, making it a speculative asset in the end).

I'm sure that ETH and especially ETC will help to prompt more blockchain applications in the future and blockchain systems will have more widespread use.


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May 31, 2017, 05:40:53 PM
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blockchain projects do not just mean creating an altcoin.
it can mean a service

bitpay is a blockchain project
trezor is a blockchain project
merchant tools and data analyst tools to visualise blockchain data is a blockchain project
asic manufactoring is a blockchain project
smart contracts is a blockchain project
retail support to accept crypto is a blockchain project
conference organising for cryptocurrncy meetups is a blockchain project
blockchain consulting
clothing manufacturing featuring crypto memes/logo's is a blockchain project

there is much much more to it than just making an altcoin

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June 17, 2017, 10:31:06 AM
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blockchain projects do not just mean creating an altcoin.
it can mean a service

bitpay is a blockchain project
trezor is a blockchain project
merchant tools and data analyst tools to visualise blockchain data is a blockchain project
asic manufactoring is a blockchain project
smart contracts is a blockchain project
retail support to accept crypto is a blockchain project
conference organising for cryptocurrncy meetups is a blockchain project
blockchain consulting
clothing manufacturing featuring crypto memes/logo's is a blockchain project

there is much much more to it than just making an altcoin

So does cryptocurrency projects and blockchain projects have different development infrastructures?
Can not any blockchain project be used as cryptocurrency? Technically this is not possible?
Are the infrastructure already determined when developing?
For example, can a blockchain project developed for copyrights be used as cryptocurrency?
Can a project developed as cryptocurrency be converted into a different blockchain project?

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June 17, 2017, 12:35:57 PM
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Is there a list of projects built using Blockchain? Do you have any idea what kind of projects are being made?

This list contains a few projects built using blockchain, https://due.com/blog/101-top-blockchain-companies/

This is a mixed list, but contains blockchain projects built using Ethereum platform, https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest_funded_crowdfunding_projects

I do not know about the technical aspects of building a blockchain project, but do know that you can use blockchain simulators like Ethereum testnet, multichain, openchain, hyperledger, bitcoin testnet to test and try your blockchain project.

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Is there a list of projects built using Blockchain? Do you have any idea what kind of projects are being made?

This list contains a few projects built using blockchain, https://due.com/blog/101-top-blockchain-companies/

This is a mixed list, but contains blockchain projects built using Ethereum platform, https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest_funded_crowdfunding_projects

I do not know about the technical aspects of building a blockchain project, but do know that you can use blockchain simulators like Ethereum testnet, multichain, openchain, hyperledger, bitcoin testnet to test and try your blockchain project.

Hi,
There are two things I wonder.
For example, can a blockchain project developed for copyrights be used as cryptocurrency?
Can a project developed as cryptocurrency be converted into a different blockchain project?


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Recently I have found that in Russia some climate regulation companies are working on adaptation Blockchain technology in their activity. Probably I have said something not correct, but here is the link where you can see all details:  https://cointelegraph.com/news/two-russian-blockchain-startups-team-up-to-tackle-climate-change

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Is there a list of projects built using Blockchain? Do you have any idea what kind of projects are being made?

This list contains a few projects built using blockchain, https://due.com/blog/101-top-blockchain-companies/

This is a mixed list, but contains blockchain projects built using Ethereum platform, https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest_funded_crowdfunding_projects

I do not know about the technical aspects of building a blockchain project, but do know that you can use blockchain simulators like Ethereum testnet, multichain, openchain, hyperledger, bitcoin testnet to test and try your blockchain project.

Hi,
There are two things I wonder.
For example, can a blockchain project developed for copyrights be used as cryptocurrency?
Can a project developed as cryptocurrency be converted into a different blockchain project?



I do not know whether this completely answers the first question. But I think a project developed for copyrights protection/registration could be used as a cryptocurrency.

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Copyright registration is effectively creating a form of ownership of that content while timestamping it and then tying that record to the person/group responsible for the creation of the content.

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A new platform can be built on top of the blockchain. This platform could then issue a token, serving as proof of authenticity, in which a timestamped copyright registration is contained. Once that token has been issued to a certain person, it can only be transferred to someone else when the owner signs off on the transaction with their private key.

https://news.bitcoin.com/future-use-cases-for-blockchain-technology-copyright-registration/

I am assuming that this token could be used as a cryptocurrency, something like this, if someone wants to obtain the ownership rights of a copyright or want to get permission to use the content then a price can be put on a token.

I did not find any information regarding modifying a blockchain project, guess it is possible. I will update this post if I find anything.

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June 18, 2017, 02:18:14 PM
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blockchain projects do not just mean creating an altcoin.
it can mean a service

bitpay is a blockchain project
trezor is a blockchain project
merchant tools and data analyst tools to visualise blockchain data is a blockchain project
asic manufactoring is a blockchain project
smart contracts is a blockchain project
retail support to accept crypto is a blockchain project
conference organising for cryptocurrncy meetups is a blockchain project
blockchain consulting
clothing manufacturing featuring crypto memes/logo's is a blockchain project

there is much much more to it than just making an altcoin

So does cryptocurrency projects and blockchain projects have different development infrastructures?
Can not any blockchain project be used as cryptocurrency? Technically this is not possible?
Are the infrastructure already determined when developing?
For example, can a blockchain project developed for copyrights be used as cryptocurrency?
Can a project developed as cryptocurrency be converted into a different blockchain project?

think of blockchain as the DNA of this whole new industry
crypto currency is a sub category/product of blockchain
emphasising on the 'currency' part.. this mean altcoins.. but even further into the sub category.. even if you want to do an altcoin/cryptocurrency project. it does not mean you are simply tied to only making the new altcoin..
you can make a business selling hardware wallets that communicate with the altcoin node. you can sell t-shirts and gear to advertise your altcoin you can sell specialised ASICS that mine whatever algo the altcoin uses..

there are many things you can do.

..
now going back up to the umbrella term blockchain.
a blockchain is not limited to 'coins' it can be used for DNS services, identity, product locating, system automation, smart contracts

there is a very very large multitude of industries that can be set up and do absolutely different things from each other and still be doing 'blockchain projects'


its a whole new industry division.
project managers, developers, consultants, conference organisers, PR, manufacturing, advertising, auditors, accounting, product testing, lots and lots of different roles can emerge from it all

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