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SuchApp Brings A Proven Facebook Business Model to the Blockchain




Praised as being one of the most innovative technological developments of this decade, blockchain technology still struggles to become widely accepted by mainstream society. Even though we have an endless supply of blockchain projects exploring ways to integrate its services into sectors like business, data management, and finance, few are met with overwhelming support.

One of the main reasons why we have a yet to reach large-scale blockchain adoption is because many of the projects are operating on poorly designed business models. The average project either offers no practical value in contemporary society or it cannot be practically integrated or adopted using current tech platforms.

Many of these blockchain projects simply don’t make an effort to appeal to the general public. White papers are filled with technical jargon that’s difficult for the average person to understand and marketing campaigns are only targeting specific niches of the tech market.

Blockchain Technology Needs More Inclusivity

As of now, no blockchain project has successfully penetrated the mainstream market. The reason for this isn’t because of blockchain functionality, but because there has yet to be a platform that focuses on improving day-to-day operations like hailing a taxi, buying a cup of coffee, or connecting people through online dating apps.

SuchApp aims to be the first blockchain project that promises value outside of the tech and cryptocurrency sectors. By using the same strategy which helped the social media giant, Facebook, reach 500 million users after only six years, SuchApp is able to deliver a fully-functional blockchain app that appeals to everyone in the following ways:

    • Giving government agencies an open channel of communication with citizens.
    • Giving businesses a platform to connect with customers, implement powerful marketing campaigns, and process crypto and fiat transactions.
    • Allowing friends and family to connect via VoIP, text, and video conferencing over a 5G network.

Similarly to Facebook, SuchApp is an all-inclusive platform that appeals to casual users and businesses alike. But SuchApp is more than just a social media outlet or messaging service. It’s an online ecosystem where friends, family, businesses, and customers converge.

Unlike Facebook, SuchApp creates an online marketplace where customers can spend cryptocurrency on goods and services, as well as transfer money to friends and family members from anywhere in the world. This makes SuchApp the first practical app to use blockchain technology in a practical sense that everyone can benefit from using.

How SuchApp Captures the Digital Market

More people are moving from traditional messaging services like emails and SMS and spending more time on messenger apps. One 2016 study broke down the amount of time average users spent a day on various messenger services. Here’s what we know:

    • The average Kakao user spends 48 minutes using Kakao.
    • Kik users spend 32 minutes.
    • WeChat users spend 29 minutes.
    • WhatsApp users spend 28 minutes.

While all of these platforms are great for sending and receiving messages, none of them were designed to meet the needs of businesses. SuchApp corners both of these markets by creating a platform for where business and personal communication intersect.

    • Users are rewarded SPS tokens, SuchApp’s ERC20 cryptocurrency, for onboarding members.
    • Large-scale investors can participate in the exclusive license program and benefit from 100% of in-country revenue generated by advertisements and premium group name purchases.
    • Rural entrepreneurs in developing countries can implement an on-platform, borderless marketplace.

Even services like insurance policies can be purchased and managed directly through the SuchApp platform, making it easier for customers and insurance providers to interact.

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Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Global Coin Report and/or its affiliates, employees, writers, and subcontractors are cryptocurrency investors and from time to time may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency and read our full disclaimer.

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How Cryptocurrencies Will Change Online Gambling in the Future



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An innovation in technology that the Internet gambling industry has really learned from is cryptocurrency, with bitcoin in particular leading the way. We’ve seen it emerge as an alternative banking method, but it’s going to change the industry as a whole in ways that people can’t quite understand yet.

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In the present, we’re seeing country-based regulatory bodies from places like Malta, Gibraltar and the United Kingdom start to work together and recognize each other’s licenses more and more. That’s taking serious steps towards having a global governing entity, and once that happens, the role of bitcoin is going to be even larger than it is now because it’ll…

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VOLUM (VLM) Announces Commencement of Token Generation Event




ESTONIA, May 4, 2019 – VOLUM (the “Company”), a multi-dimensional blockchain technology holding company, is thrilled to announce the commencement of the Volum (VLM) Token Generation Event (“TGE”) beginning on Saturday, May 4. The VLM utility token is the native cryptocurrency powering the VOLUM supply chain and logistics management platform.

Driven by algorithmically intelligent software tailored to logistics and supply chain management, along with Internet-of-Things (“IoT”) integrated functionality, and a backbone of hybrid public and consortium blockchain architecture, the platform is organized around the Volum (VLM) token. The VOLUM TGE will be managed by deploying ERC20 tokens on Ethereum Mainnet to maximize future access to cryptocurrency exchanges.

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Recently, a great abundance of VPNs have started to accept it as a way of payment and it definitely makes sense: one buys VPN to retain anonymity on the Web, so why not to use the privacy-focused payment method? Paying for a VPN service with Bitcoins or any other cryptocurrency secures personal data from curious eyes leaving no traces.

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