Decentralized Crowdfunding App Lighthouse Raises 1 BTC for Dark Wallet

Decentralized Crowdfunding App Lighthouse Raises 1 BTC for Dark Wallet

As a part of a demo campaign, decentralized crowdfunding application Lighthouse recently raised 1 BTC for the Dark Wallet Fundraiser. The platform's chief developer Mike Hearn & team started hosting this project less than a month back. Being a new company, the fundraiser initiator - codename BashCo - simply wanted to test Lighthouse out before moving further with bigger fundraising campaigns for Dark Wallet. This clearly explains why the target was kept such low as 1 BTC. Upon finalizing Round I, BashCo mentioned a minor hiccup he faced in the pledging system, which was later found to have....


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