Humaniq And Cointelegraph Announce Blockchain Oscar Startup Competition

Humaniq And Cointelegraph Announce Blockchain Oscar Startup Competition

Every innovation is indistinguishable from magic. Blockchain is a clear proof of that, just take a look at what it has already proved to do. Certainly, there is the whole lot of yet undiscovered applications but we at Cointelegraph are curious enough to keep scratching the surface unveiling the potential of technology in revolutionizing various industries. That is why Cointelegraph and Humaniq are excited to announce The Blockchain Oscar Startup Competition 2017 sponsored by Humaniq, a unique project which represents an innovative model of banking for people not connected to the global....


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