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Top 10 Cyptocurrency Startups To Watch, 2020 June

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  • OpenBazaar 

    OpenBazaar is a different way to do online commerce. It’s a peer to peer application that doesn’t require middlemen, which means no fees & no restrictions.

    You can sell anything on OpenBazaar and get bitcoin in return. In just a few clicks, you will be able to create a digital store, lay out some postings, and reach an entirely new audience.

    OpenBazaar costs nothing to download and use. There are no fees to list items, and no fees when an item is sold. It’s completely free e-commerce.

  • Coinbase –  Buy and Sell Digital Currency

    Coinbase is well known as one of the most popular startups in the crypto space, famous for simple investing in currencies like bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin. While the platform can feel a bit buggy at times, the team seems to be a leader in the industry for years to come.

  • Storj — Distributed cloud storage

    Stroj is a blockchain based, distributed cloud storage system that is end to end encrypted. Using peer to peer technology, you can distribute the weight of your storage, but still maintain 99.999% availability of your data (securely). Distributed infrastructures can be super efficient, this is an interesting application of it!

  • HumanIQ — An App for Sending Free & Secure Payments

    HumanIQ aims to give power to those who currently do not have financial freedom / access to modern markets. With Human IQ’s free and lightweight app, you can send, receive, and request funds (all with little to no internet connection). They are one of just a few companies working on enabling those without digital access.

  • Coinlancer

    Coinlancer is a decentralized job market built on Ethereum platform, which empowers burgeoning freelancers and clients from across the globe. Coinlancer is trying to change and revolutionize the traditional ways of freelancing. The startup sees problems in the current freelance markets and decided to solve it by leveraging blockchain technology to help freelancers keep up with the trend of freelancing. Coinlancer wants to improve the freelance process in a safe and secure fashion and address problems such as unexplained account suspensions, unaddressed or prolonged. Founded in 2017, Coinlancer is a decentralized job market built on Ethereum platform, which empowers burgeoning freelancers and clients from across the globe.

  • Coinify ApS

    Coinify ApS is an established global virtual currency platform actively offering solutions in Europe, Asia and other regions. Coinify offers blockchain currency trading and payment processing services and allows white label solutions for partners via API. Coinify team consists of strong backgrounds in payments, finance, risk, e-commerce, and compliance areas and experience in working with digital currencies since 2010. The company was foundedin 2014 by Hans Henrik Hoffmeyer, Kris Henriksen, Lasse Olesen and Mark Højgaard. It is backed by Nordic Eye Venture Capital, SEED Capital Denmark, SEB Venture Capital and Accelerace. Recent industry awards and recognitions include: Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award: ‘Global Blockchain Financial Service Provider 2017’; ‘Top 100 FinTech Europe’ 2017 & 2016; Nordic Startup Award ‘Best Fintech Startup Denmark 2017’; and ‘Top 50’ Financial IT Pathfinder Ranking.

  • CanYa

    Founded in 2015, Melbourne, Australia-based CanYa is a hybrid between an on-chain cryptocurrency payment layer using CanYa Coins, and a fast off-chain service that enables users to find and book services, and for service providers to list their skills and services. The CanYaCoin ICO is only the beginning for this ambitious Australian technology company. The Australian entity is now well on its way to becoming the first ever Decentralised Autonomous Organisation for peer-to-peer (P2P) services, where consumers can engage directly with providers looking to both make payments, and be paid, through cryptocurrencies. Having already established a platform that hosts more than 10,000 users and 4,000 service providers domestically, it is well on its way to achieving this international long-term goals.

  • Coinsbank

    Coinsbank is another company trying to provide the magical, all in one experience to getting you into the crypto world. Using their wallet, in just a few clicks, you can begin sending/receiving currency (and get access to their physical debit card).

  • BlocWatch

    BlocWatch provides public and private blockchain monitoring, management, and verification. BlocWatch's best-in-class analytics and visualizations create transparency for blockchain ecosystems deployed by service providers, enterprises, and government users.

    Interested in discussing how BlocWatch can provide you peace of mind for your blockchain network? Visit to learn more and schedule a demo.

  • Circle

    Circle is perhaps the easiest and “hippest” way to be sending around your money. With no fees, no rates, no borders, you can send money to your friend whenever and wherever they are! It is built around the social experience of talking to your friends, and gives you features like “photo support and gifs” to make conversations more fun.