BLOCKv VEE

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BLOCKv had a very productive February full of events and pla...

BLOCKv had a very productive February full of events and platform innovation. - 10 Millionth #Vatom distributed -… https://t.co/7XN0qXbyrK

14 days ago

BLOCKv is proud to announce the 10 millionth #Vatom was dist...

BLOCKv is proud to announce the 10 millionth #Vatom was distributed! The lucky recipient of Vatom number 10 million… https://t.co/Hefztyoabc

16 days ago

Great article from our partners @intel on the importance of ...

Great article from our partners @intel on the importance of open standards for experiential retail. BLOCKv will be… https://t.co/mqslEtFMNg

19 days ago

BLOCKv is heading to #shoptalk2019 with @Inteliot to showcas...

BLOCKv is heading to #shoptalk2019 with @Inteliot to showcase how digital objects #Vatoms deliver new forms of cust… https://t.co/iw4AAJy2TE

20 days ago

The evolution of #digitalobjects in gaming and how developer...

The evolution of #digitalobjects in gaming and how developers can take them further with BLOCKv #NFT #Blockchain… https://t.co/PQBac0TQjb

23 days ago

Over 1000 companies at NRF showcasing their solution, BLOCKv...

Over 1000 companies at NRF showcasing their solution, BLOCKv and Project NGAGE are Top 5. Thank you @inteliot… https://t.co/n0MxYb6eV6

2 months ago

BLOCKv, Intel, CataBoom, and Others Launch a New Blockchain-based Retail Experience at NRF 2019

As the ‘NRF 2019 Retail’s Big Show’ event unfolds in New York City between January 13 and 15, BLOCKv is gearing up to showcase Project NGAGE. The company will be partnering with leading retail giants as well as with Intel and CataBoom to launch the project on the NRF stage. The project is designed to show how blockchain-based gamified digital objects bring more engaging experiences to the customer and could “usher in a new era in retail marketing.” Moving to the Next Level of Retail Marketing To commemorate its launch, Project NGAGE will release virtual butterflies at the Javits Center in Manhattan. It will also release branded digital objects, creating a virtual treasure hunt at the center. Attendees will be able to catch butterflies using their mobile devices as well as grab objects in augmented reality or on a map. These butterflies can be swapped for hidden prizes like storage devices, drones, voice command devices and gift cards at the BLOCKv booth. The experience utilizes BLOCKv’s technology that allows developers to create digital objects on blockchain called Vatoms which can be viewed on mobile devices. Project NGAGE co-founder Eric Pulier said that the retail customers of today are digitally connected and want a seamless shopping experience. He added: “Conventional forms of engagement such as coupons, circulars and digital banners are static tactics that lack the ability to connect meaningfully and securely with audiences. With digital objects, in this case, butterflies, retailers can reach valued consumers immediately and stay engaged to build a long-term relationship.” How Vatoms Work? Each digital butterfly that Project NGAGE will release is unique and called a Vatom. Vatoms are programmable, and interactive digital objects which makes them different from static digital objects. They can move instantly and seamlessly between users on their smart devices. It creates a new asset class of digital objects that could be useful for creating marketing programs- complete with rewards and incentives, all of which will be managed on the blockchain. BLOCKv’s technology will be on display along with its enterprise partner Varius Solutions at Level 1, booth #843. The NGAGE experience at NRF will also be joined by major companies like AT&T, Cisco, HP, GE, Dell and VMware among others with branded objects at their booths. Each Vatom they drop at the event will be redeemable for a prize. Users can also scan a beverage logo and receive a branded object in their digital wallets. BLOCKv, Intel, CataBoom, and Others Launch a New Blockchain-based Retail Experience at NRF 2019 was originally found on Cryptocurrency News | Blockchain News | Bitcoin News | blokt.com.

2 months ago

Catch Butterflies at NRF 2019's Big Show: BLOCKv, CataBoom, ...

Catch Butterflies at NRF 2019's Big Show: BLOCKv, CataBoom, Intel and Retail Brands Unite to Launch New Blockchain-… https://t.co/TokCNcchg0

2 months ago

OKEx Delists 30 Altcoin Trading Pairs

OKEx, the fifth-largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, has delisted 30 altcoin trading pairs. Cryptocurrency fever may have abated a bit from the massive Bitcoin bull run of late 2017, but that doesn’t mean that crypto isn’t finding ways to become a part of our daily lives. However, crypto fever led to a massive explosion in the number of coins, and there are now over 2,000 different cryptocurrencies, according to CoinMarketCap. The reality is that this means there are lots of coins that have little to no trading volume, which leads to exchanges having to prune their listings from time to time. OKEx Cutting Some Dead Weight Hong Kong-based OKEx recently announced that they were delisting 30 altcoin trading pairs from the exchange. The announcement states: “To create a robust trading environment and offer the best trading experience to our users, we will delist several TRADING PAIRS with weak liquidity and trading volume according to the OKEx Token Delisting / Hiding Guideline.” DELISTING OF TRADING PAIRS: We will delist several TRADING PAIRS with weak liquidity and trading volume according to the OKEx Token Delisting / Hiding Guideline. #OKExAnnouncementhttps://t.co/cjcYf8EQcd — OKEx (@OKEx) November 27, 2018 The altcoin trading pairs getting the ax are: FirstBlood (1ST) / USDT Micromoney (AMM) / USDT ATLANT (ATL) / ETH Aventus (AVT) / BTC Bread (BRD) / ETH Change (CAG) / USDT CommerceBlock (CBT) / BTC Carinet (CIT) / BTC, ETH, OKB Datum (DAT) / BTC, ETH, USDT DENT (DENT) / BTC, ETH, USDT EncrypGen (DNA) / USDT district0x (DNT) / USDT Everex (EVX) / ETH Genaro Network (GNX) / USDT Iconomi (ICN) / USDT Selfkey (KEY) / USDT LAToken (LA) / ETH Leverj (LEV) / BTC, ETH, USDT Maggie (MAG) / USDT Metal (MTL) / BTC, ETH Merculet (MVP) / BTC NAGA (NGC) / BTC OAX (OAX) / USDT Simple Token (OST) / BTC Qvolta (QVT) / USDT Raiden Network Token (RDN) / BTC Republic Protocol (REN) / ETH, USDT Request Network (REQ) / ETH OneRoot Network (RNT) / BTC Santiment Network Token (SAN) / USDT Show (SHOW) / BTC SingularDTV (SNGLS) / BTC, ETH Sportyco (SPF) / USDT SubStratum (SUB) / BTC Travel (TRA) / USDT Unikoin Gold (UKG) / ETH BLOCKv (VEE) / ETH Worldcore (WRC) / USDT In addition, the following altcoins have been fully purged from the exchange: VEE, LEV, AVT, CBT, WRC, QVT, MTL, DNA, DNT, OAX, 1ST, CAG, UKG, BRD, SAN, ICN, ATL, SUB, REQ, NGC, AMM, LA, DENT, CIT, DAT, and MAG. Lots of Activity There’s been a fair amount of activity associated with the exchange recently. Back in October, the exchange added four new stablecoin pairings for users to take advantage of. This was followed by 50 altcoin pairings being delisted. Early in November, OKEx won the Crypto Exchange of the Year award at the Malta Blockchain Awards. However, not everything was turning up roses for the exchange. The recent changes made to the terms associated with derivatives caused many traders to sustain substantial losses, leading to a massive uproar. Did you hodl any of the altcoins delisted by OKEx? Let us know in the comments below. Images courtesy of Shutterstock and Twitter/@OKEx. The post OKEx Delists 30 Altcoin Trading Pairs appeared first on Live Bitcoin News.

4 months ago

The Daily: Kucoin Enables Credit Card Payments, Coinbase Pro Adds Zcash

Digital asset exchange Kucoin has partnered with an Israeli startup to introduce credit card payments for cryptocurrency purchases and we’ve covered it in The Daily. Also, Coinbase has added privacy coin zcash to its professional trading platform, while Okex has delisted dozens of trading pairs with low liquidity. And in Ghana, over 100,000 investors have lost millions of dollars in a coin scam. Also read: Coinbase Launches OTC Desk, Huobi Opens Derivatives Market Kucoin Introduces Credit Card Payments Kucoin has teamed up with Simplex to allow its users to buy cryptocurrencies with credit and debit cards. The Singapore-based exchange’s new service is now available in over 100 countries. Its customers can use U.S. dollars and euros to purchase bitcoin core (BTC), ether (ETH) and litecoin (LTC). Simplex is a provider of payment processing solutions headquartered in Israel. The fintech startup operates globally and has subsidiaries in the U.S., U.K. and Lithuania. Merchants using its services receive their payments from Simplex, even in the case of fraudulent chargebacks. The company already cooperates with some of the leading platforms in the crypto space, including Shapeshift and Changelly. Kucoin recently raised a total of $20 million in a series A funding round. The exchange, which started trading digital assets in September of last year, now has more than 5 million registered users in over 100 different jurisdictions. Coinbase Pro Adds Privacy Coin Zcash Leading U.S. cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has listed privacy-centric digital coin zcash (ZEC) on its professional digital asset trading platform, Coinbase Pro. According to an official announcement, Coinbase Pro started accepting ZEC deposits on Thursday, Nov. 29. “We will accept deposits for at least 12 hours prior to enabling trading,” the company explained in a blog post, which also detailed: “Once sufficient liquidity is established, trading on the ZEC/USDC order book will start.” The San Francisco-based exchange also revealed that initially ZEC trading will be available for residents of the Unites States, excluding New York, and Coinbase Pro users in the U.K., EU member states, Canada, Singapore and Australia. Support for other jurisdictions may be provided in the future, Coinbase noted. The company will also consider adding ZEC to its consumer platform and mobile apps if there are no technical issues with trading on Coinbase Pro. Following the announcement, the price of zcash jumped by about 15 percent. At the time of writing, the coin was trading at around $88. Okex Delists Trading Pairs With Low Liquidity Okex, currently the second-largest cryptocurrency exchange by daily trading volume, announced that it’s delisting 38 trading pairs and tokens with weak liquidity and low trading volume. The decision pertains to firstblood, district0x, iconomi, santiment network and singulardtv, among other coins. The full list is available on the platform’s website. The trading pairs will be delisted on Nov. 30. Okex advises users to cancel their orders with the affected coins or the exchange will cancel them automatically and credit the assets to the trading accounts. Okex customers holding a number of tokens — VEE, LEV, AVT, CBT, WRC, QVT, MTL, DNA, DNT, OAX, 1ST, CAG, UKG, BRD, SAN, ICN, ATL, SUB, REQ, NGC, AMM, LA, DENT, CIT, DAT and MAG — have been asked to withdraw them to other cryptocurrency platforms before Dec. 14. Investors in Ghana Lose $27M in Coin Scam More than 110,000 Ghanaians have been reportedly defrauded in a scheme involving cryptocurrency investments. According to local media, Kwaku Kumi and David Opatey — executives of an entity called Global Coin Community Help (GCCH) — have been arrested and interrogated by the country’s Economic and Organized Crime Office. Both have been released on bail, however. The swindled investors lost an estimated 135 million Ghanaian cedi, or roughly $27 million, the Ghanaian news outlet Daily Graphic reported. According to investigators, GCCH accepted deposits without a license from the Bank of Ghana. The company promised to pay customers a monthly interest rate of 27 percent for a period of one year. Unable to pay the high interest rate, the fraudsters later offered to compensate the investors with digital coins traded on an exchange called Mintcrtx. When their deposits were converted, the tokens were valued at 20 Ghanaian cedi per coin, but their price has since dropped to only 2 cedi. Police found that the trading platform is owned and operated by GCCH. What are your thoughts on today’s news tidbits? Tell us in the comments section. Images courtesy of Shutterstock. Make sure you do not miss any important Bitcoin-related news! Follow our news feed any which way you prefer; via Twitter, Facebook, Telegram, RSS or email (scroll down to the bottom of this page to subscribe). We’ve got daily, weekly and quarterly summaries in newsletter form. Bitcoin never sleeps. Neither do we. The post The Daily: Kuc

4 months ago

OKEx Delists Another 49 Trading Pairs, Withdrawal of 26 Affected Tokens To Close by December 14th

Earlier today, the popular cryptocurrency exchange of OKEx announced that it was delisting another batch of trading pairs. This is after it just delisted over 50 trading pairs this past October. The delisting is to create a robust trading environment and offer the best trading experience for users. The affected trading pairs have been found by the exchange as having weak liquidity and low trad volume. The list of affected pairs can be found below. Ticker Name of project Affected trading pair(s) 1ST FirstBlood USDT AMM Micromoney USDT ATL ATLANT ETH AVT Aventus BTC BRD Bread ETH CAG Change USDT CBT CommerceBlock BTC CIT Carinet BTC, ETH, OKB DAT Datum BTC, ETH, USDT DENT DENT BTC, ETH, USDT DNA EncrypGen USDT DNT district0x USDT EVX Everex ETH GNX Genaro Network USDT ICN Iconomi USDT KEY Selfkey USDT LA LAToken ETH LEV Leverj BTC, ETH, USDT MAG Maggie USDT MTL Metal BTC, ETH MVP Merculet BTC NGC NAGA BTC OAX OAX USDT OST Simple Token BTC QVT Qvolta USDT RDN Raiden Network Token BTC REN Republic Protocol ETH, USDT REQ Request Network ETH RNT OneRoot Network BTC SAN Santiment Network Token USDT SHOW Show BTC SNGLS SingularDTV BTC, ETH SPF Sportyco USDT SUB SubStratum BTC TRA Travel USDT UKG Unikoin Gold ETH VEE BLOCKv ETH WRC Worldcore USDT Delisting to Be On November 31st, 2018 OKEx stated that the above pairs will be delisted at 5:00am (UTC + 1) on the 31st of November this year. Users are advised to cancel their orders before the set time. All orders that will be active and related to the affected pairs at the time of the delisting, will be automatically canceled and the system will credit them to the trading accounts of the users. Withdrawals of 26 Affected Tokens Supported Till December 14th, 2018 OKEx goes on to state that withdrawals of 26 of the affected tokens will only be supported till 5am (UTC + 1) on the 14th of December, 2018. The exact statement listing the affected tokens is as follows: For users who are holding VEE, LEV, AVT, CBT, WRC, QVT, MTL, DNA, DNT, OAX, 1ST, CAG, UKG, BRD, SAN, ICN, ATL, SUB, REQ, NGC, AMM, LA, DENT, CIT, DAT, or MAG, please withdraw your tokens immediately to other platforms or to your wallet. The withdrawals of the above token will be closed from 05:00 Dec 14, 2018 (CET). The delisting of the trading pairs is in line with the exchange’s guidelines. What are your thoughts on OKEx delisting the trading pairs and the subsequent announcement of only supporting withdrawal of 26 tokens affected tokens till mid December? Please let us know in the comment section below. The post OKEx Delists Another 49 Trading Pairs, Withdrawal of 26 Affected Tokens To Close by December 14th appeared first on Ethereum World News.

4 months ago

BLOCKv partners Greenfence @jonashudson and Varius @mikegama...

BLOCKv partners Greenfence @jonashudson and Varius @mikegamaroff on stage at Hollywood on the Block, discussing cry… https://t.co/uX6c3Qs96u

5 months ago

OKEx chops out illiquid trading pairs to improve trading environment

An exchange is considered to be robust if it actively keeps making changes to exchange that helps in keeping the trading environment healthy and improves the user experiences. OKEx has just done that by delisting trading pairs weak liquidity and trading volume according to the OKEx Token Delisting / Hiding Guideline. OKEx delisting pairs which are illiquid According to the latest notification issued by OKEx, the exchange will delist several TRADING PAIRS with weak liquidity and trading volume according to the OKEx Token Delisting / Hiding Guideline. The execution time for this actin would be at 06:00 Oct 31, 2018 (Central European Time). The exchange advises users to cancel their orders of the affected pairs from the platform. If the order is not cancelled in time, the order will be cancelled by the system and the asset will be credited to your trading account. The exchange also emphasised that only the TRADING PAIRS with weak liquidity and trading volume, but NOT THE TOKENS themselves, will be delisted. Other satisfactory trading pairs can still be traded normally. The exchange also put forward that it strictly monitor all listed projects and implement the delisting / hiding mechanism for substandard projects when necessary. Protecting the interest of the exchanges users is key for the exchange. There are total 50+ pairs that are being delisted. Details of the mis as follows Ticker Token Name Pair READ READ BTC NGC NAGA ETH, USDT PRA ProChain BTC IPC IPChain ETH, BTC MAG Maggie ETH , BTC TRA Travel BTC VEE BLOCKv USDT RCT RealChain BTC, USDT CBT CommerceBlock ETH, USDT DNA EncrypGen BTC, ETH VIU Viuly ETH, BTC RCN Ripio Credit Network ETH MTH Monetha BTC, USDT AVT Aventus ETH, USDT CAG Change BTC, ETH REF RefToken USDT UKG Unikoin Gold USDT BRD Bread USDT ATL ATLANT USDT CAN Content and AD Network BTC CHAT ChatCoin ETH AUTO CUBE USDT, BTC MTL Metal USDT SUB SubStratum USDT EVX Everex BTC ICN Iconomi BTC, ETH OAX OAX BTC 1ST FirstBlood BTC, ETH SDA SixDomainChain BTC XAS Asch ETH AST AirSwap BTC, ETH GSC Global Social Chain BTC MOT Olympus Labs BTC, ETH UCT UCOT BTC AIDOC AI Doctor BTC TOPC TopChain BTC SPF Sportyco ETH ACE ACE ETH AMM Micromoney BTC, ETH FAIR FairGame BTC STC Starchain ETH XUC Exchange Union BTC This step is really prominent for OKEx and leaves an example for other exchanges as well to follow the suit if then need to keep themselves robust and enrich user experience. This also eliminates redundant tokens Will other exchange also follow suit like OKEx? Do let us know your views on the same The post OKEx chops out illiquid trading pairs to improve trading environment appeared first on Coingape.

5 months ago

OKEX To Delist Over 50 Trading Pairs By October 31st

The delisting of cryptocurrencies by prominent exchanges has been a common occurence in the crypto-verse in the past one month. The delistings started when Binance ceased all trading of the four digital assets of Bytecoin (BCN), Chatcoin (CHAT), Iconomi (ICN) and Triggers (TRIG). OKEX would later also delist Bytecoin (BCN) from its trading platform. OKEX To Delist Over 50 Trading Pairs but Not Individual Tokens In an announcement on the 25th of October, OKEX announced that it was delisting 58 trading pairs linked to 42 digital assets/tokens. The reasons outlined by the exchange were two. Firstly, the trading pairs had a weak liquidity. Secondly, the trading volume of these trading pairs was too low to continue supporting them on the platform. The affected tokens and trading pairs are listed below: Ticker Token Name Trading Pair to Be Delisted READ READ BTC NGC NAGA ETH, USDT PRA ProChain BTC IPC IPChain ETH, BTC MAG Maggie ETH , BTC TRA Travel BTC VEE BLOCKv USDT RCT RealChain BTC, USDT CBT CommerceBlock ETH, USDT DNA EncrypGen BTC, ETH VIU Viuly ETH, BTC RCN Ripio Credit Network ETH MTH Monetha BTC, USDT AVT Aventus ETH, USDT CAG Change BTC, ETH REF RefToken USDT UKG Unikoin Gold USDT BRD Bread USDT ATL ATLANT USDT CAN Content and AD Network BTC CHAT ChatCoin ETH AUTO CUBE USDT, BTC MTL Metal USDT SUB SubStratum USDT EVX Everex BTC ICN Iconomi BTC, ETH OAX OAX BTC 1ST FirstBlood BTC, ETH SDA SixDomainChain BTC XAS Asch ETH AST AirSwap BTC, ETH GSC Global Social Chain BTC MOT Olympus Labs BTC, ETH UCT UCOT BTC AIDOC AI Doctor BTC TOPC TopChain BTC SPF Sportyco ETH ACE ACE ETH AMM Micromoney BTC, ETH FAIR FairGame BTC STC Starchain ETH XUC Exchange Union BTC 31st October Deadline The announcement further gave the deadline of 6am, 31st October, Central European Time (GMT + 1). Users are advised to cancel their orders of the affected pairs before the deadline. If orders are not canceled in time, the system will cancel them and the digital assets will be credited to the users’ trading accounts. Only Trading Pairs, Not Tokens The exchange went on to clarify that the delisting only affected trading pairs and not the individual tokens: Please note that only the TRADING PAIRS with weak liquidity and trading volume, but NOT THE TOKENS themselves, will be delisted. Other satisfactory trading pairs can still be traded normally. What are your thoughts on OKEX delisting the over 50 trading pairs? Please let us know in the comment section below. The post OKEX To Delist Over 50 Trading Pairs By October 31st appeared first on Ethereum World News.

5 months ago

“The BLOCKv platform lets our sponsors and our artists engag...

“The BLOCKv platform lets our sponsors and our artists engage in new and meaningful ways with fans - before, during… https://t.co/8SS6S12l4K

5 months ago

#vAtoms contain all the advantages of blockchain + the BLOCK...

#vAtoms contain all the advantages of blockchain + the BLOCKv experience layer, allowing you to create dynamic obje… https://t.co/AFzMHBVKer

6 months ago

The BLOCKv Platform just launched! Allowing developers, part...

The BLOCKv Platform just launched! Allowing developers, partners, and anyone to create vAtoms - the new standard fo… https://t.co/bVQi0UShaJ

6 months ago

New CoinDesk article about Sunny King's upcoming project Vee...

New CoinDesk article about Sunny King's upcoming project Vee as well as some news about the #Peercoin team's curren… https://t.co/hVo6Yt3t5j

6 months ago


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