Tag: Hype

HYPE Token Officially Begins Its Social Tokenomics Experiment

AUGUST 28, 2019 – The HYPE Project (https://hypetoken.io) has announced the end of its initial distribution phase and has officially began its social tokenomics experiment built on the Ethereum blockchain. This free-for-all experiment, created to test the crowd’s ability to collectively control and manage a token’s supply, allows users to vote for the token’s inflation and deflation rates monthly. All HYPE token holders are eligible to vote by freezing their …
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HYPE Token Launches a Consensus-driven Social Tokenomics Experiment

AUGUST 22, 2019 – The HYPE Project (https://hypetoken.io) has launched a social tokenomics experiment to test the crowd’s ability to collectively manage and control the inflation and deflation of a tokenomy. This free-for-all experiment is currently in its initial distribution (airdrops) phase and users are encouraged to participate in the experiment by voting for the token’s inflationary (freezing rewards) and deflationary (burning) rates on a monthly basis. “This experiment has …
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Top 4 Reasons why Crypto Scams Remain Successful in 2019

Over the past few years, a fair few things have changed in the cryptocurrency industry. Currencies have come and gone, as have projects, blockchains, and noteworthy figures. One trend which will always remain is the cryptocurrency scam, in many different shapes and forms. One might start to wonder why such ventures remain so successful even in 2019, albeit a viable explanation is not hard to find. The Clever Impersonation Scheme …
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SEC Cracks Down on Publicly Traded Companies Capitalizing on Blockchain Hype

Over the past few months, we have seen the SEC get a lot more active when it comes to unusual behavior in the world of cryptocurrency. Not only are they going after scam projects, but also ICOs which may violate securities laws. It now seems the government agency will also focus on companies which suddenly add the word “blockchain” to their names. Ventures with no meaningful track records will be especially scrutinized …
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