6 November 2019
Top 10 Blockchain Projects You Don’t Want to Miss at BlockShow 2019

The world’s largest blockchain conference, BlockShow Asia 2019, will be held in Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Hotel between November 14-15, 2019. The event is the best place for anyone in the blockchain community to exchange ideas and network with potential partners and clients. With hundreds of companies exhibiting this year, we have compiled the top 10 projects that you don’t want to miss at BlockShow Asia 2019.

1. Changelly

Changelly is a non-custodial instant cryptocurrency exchange. The company’s mission is to provide simple and safe access to cryptocurrency for everyone who wishes to invest in it, even without the knowledge of a crypto trader.

Since 2015, the company has been offering the lowest fee for crypto-to-crypto exchanges on the market. By having a low entry barrier to cryptocurrency, Changelly is helping cryptocurrency achieve mass adoption. New investors can easily purchase crypto with a bank card and enjoy an affordable minimum exchange amount of $20 in BTC equivalent, all while having the comfort of 24/7 live support.

Find out more: https://changelly.com/

2. Crypto.com

Crypto.com believe it’s a human right for everyone to control their money, data and identity. With over 1 million users on the platform, Crypto.com is making their vision to have “cryptocurrency in every wallet” a reality.

The Crypto.com app allows you to buy, sell, send and track your cryptocurrency all in one place. The company also launched a visa card that allows users to make daily transactions in cryptocurrency while earning cashback. Other than helping crypto spenders and traders, Crypto.com also helps businesses accept cryptocurrency online.

Find out more: https://crypto.com/en/

3. TenX

TenX is a Singapore-based company that makes cryptocurrencies spendable on-the-go. Their TenX card, a visa card that allows users to make everyday purchases and withdraw money easily, is available in almost 200 countries at over 42 million VISA points of acceptance, both online and offline.

Founded in 2015, the company’s vision is to connect anyone and anything to decentralised services. After being incubated by PayPal in 2016, TenX conducted a token sale and received 80 million USD worth of cryptocurrencies in 7 minutes. TenX is one of the few companies that raised funds through an ICO with a working product and a global user base.

Find out more: https://tenx.tech/en

4. CoolBitX

Back in 2014, Michael Ou, Founder and CEO of CoolBitX, saw the opportunity to build a cryptocurrency hardware wallet that assists crypto transactions on-the-go. CoolBitX is the creator of CoolWallet S, the first bluetooth-enabled mobile hardware wallet for digital assets which doesn’t require a laptop and a clunky hardware wallet. What could be described as a hybrid wallet, the CoolWallet S combines the mobility of the software wallet and the security features of hardware wallet.

Find out more: https://coolbitx.com/

5. Chiliz

Chiliz is the fintech platform that powers Socios.com, which gives sports and esports fans the ability to crowd-manage their favorite teams, games, leagues and events.

Socios.com is their first consumer-facing product and allows clubs like Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, West Ham and many others to issue “Fan Tokens” onto Socios.com’s own blockchain via “Fan Token Offerings”. Socios.com users have decision-making power when they vote on polls using branded Fan Tokens.

Chiliz has more than 50 members and counting. Having raised 66 million dollars through private placement, the company runs a development office in Lyon and has active operations in Singapore, Seoul and Buenos Aires. Other than Socios.com, Chiliz actively looking to add more football and esports organizations to their tokenized platform daily.

Find out more: https://www.chiliz.com/en/home/

6. Cyclebit

Cyclebit has a vision to make digital currencies accessible. The company has set up a point of sale (POS) network with over 200,000 terminals for crypto users to purchase goods and services using cryptocurrencies. Their POS machines allow businesses to easily take payments in both crypto or credit card.

The company also provides a contactless wallet and card to make crypto payments even more convenient. Users can simply tap on the POS terminal to pay in cryptocurrencies, just like using a credit card.

Find out more: https://www.cyclebit.io/pos

7. Coin360

Coin360 is an interactive cryptocurrency infographic created to display current data on the cryptocurrency market. The company has a goal to represent complex cryptocurrency market data in a visually engaging way that is easy to understand. They have created cryptocurrency widgets on their website to give a comprehensive view of the current state of crypto prices, rates, market cap and volume.

Find out more: https://coin360.com/

8. 0xGames

0xGames is an open protocol for a trading ecosystem. It provides developers with the tools to create game assets and allows gamers to exchange those assets. By using blockchain technology, 0xGames is seeking to make trading in games transparent and secure.

Warren and Amir Bandeali aim to create a world where all assets can be tokenized and freely exchanged. Traditional large gaming companies have strict digital rights management policies and can lock down game items. Tokenization allows gamers to truly own their digital game assets. The company has raised $24 million from investors, including Polychain Capital.

Find out more: https://0x.games/

9. ChangeNOW

ChangeNOW is a non-custodial crypto-to-crypto exchange. The company provides exchange services for over 170 different digital assets, including major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ether and Litecoin, without requiring account creation.

The ChangeNOW platform also provides a significantly faster swapping service than most other services available. Comparing to other swapping services where users can face waiting times of 10-20 minutes, ChangeNOW can execute a swap in as little as 2 minutes. Additionally, there are no hidden fees or limits on how many swaps a user can complete. With third-party integration, ChangeNOW also gives users the option to buy cryptocurrency with Visa or Mastercard.

But the company isn’t just another exchange service. To broaden their product offering they launched NOWPayments, a payment platform that allows companies to accept Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. NOWPayments automatically converts payments to fiat so that businesses can accept crypto easily and seamlessly.

Find out more: https://changenow.io/

10. TravelbyBit

TravelbyBit is an online travel booking platform built for the blockchain generation. The travel website makes it super easy for crypto travellers to pay for their travels in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin and BNB. The company also has a mission to drive cryptocurrency mass adoption, which is why they have launched a bitcoin rewards program. Travellers can pay for their bookings using cryptocurrencies, Visa or Mastercard and earn some bitcoin back for every booking that they make.

In line with their goal of mass adoption, TravelbyBit operates a cryptocurrency payment processor, in addition to their online travel booking platform. With a network of over 300 physical merchants in Australia, the company has been responsible for some ambitious projects. One of these includes partnering with the Brisbane Airport Corporation to launch the World’s First Cryptocurrency Friendly Airport, which enabled duty-free retail shops and restaurants to accept cryptocurrency with a simple point of sale system.

Find out more: https://www.travelbybit.com/

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