Q1 of 2019 is almost at an end, and we’re excited with the results and milestones we’ve achieved this year so far.
Our team has been busy, from opening our platform up to users in different countries around the world, to announcing a multi-staged Security Token Offering.
This week, we’re excited to inform our community and users that GoChain (GO) is officially live and available for trading on our platform platform.
This marks our 15th listing to date
GoChain’s blockchain offers significantly faster network speeds, lower fees, and high-volume scalability. Now, both GoChain users and Blockport community members will have access to the GO token through our easy-to-use trading platform.
GoChain is is a scalable, reliable, high-performance web3 blockchain that supports smart contracts and decentralized applications. It is the only public and privately-deployable network protocol that offers Enterprise level support, high transaction speeds, and upgradeable smart contracts.
Other blockchain protocols have been hamstrung by high latency, high fees, lack of adoption, and sacrifice scale for excessive decentralization. GoChain allows any current projects struggling with scale to ‘lift and shift’ from inefficient protocols and immediately be 10x decentralized, 100x faster, 1000x greener, while being at least 7500x cheaper.
Blockport is launching its first equity-based fundraising round through a Security Token Offering (STO), launching on the 31st of March 2019.
Blockport is an Amsterdam-based, fiat-to-cryptocurrency trading platform that strongly focuses on usability and social trading features to provide a secure, efficient and enjoyable experience to its users.
The Blockport platform is connected to external exchanges and aggregates liquidity through its smart-order-routing system to automatically offer the best prices to its users. In the coming year, Blockport is building on a hybrid-decentralized architecture that allows users to trade with high performance, whilst safely storing their funds on a blockchain wallet, meaning they own their private keys.