Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Bitcoin Dominates Fortune’s Most Impressive, Young Superstars List


"For the first time ever," Fortune magazine announced, it "has assembled a supplementary honor roll of the most impressive, young superstars who are transforming business at the leading edge of finance and technology." They've selected forty representatives from all over fintech, and each is under forty years old. Among them are many cryptosphere leaders finally getting their due.

Fortune's Most Impressive, Young Superstars List: Crypto Leaders Shine
Bitcoin Dominates Fortune's New Ledger 40 Under 40 List
Traditionally, Fortune's lists comprise go-getters from all sectors of commerce, be they CEOs or Academy Award winners. Indeed, the magazine just came out with their annual 40 Under 40 list, and for sure cryptocurrency luminaries such as Vitalik Buterin and Brian Armstrong were among them. However, for the first time, this year Fortune supplemented their usual list with a special emphasis on financial technology leaders.

Jihan Wu, 32, made the list. The magazine describes him as "the undisputed king of cryptocurrency mining hardware and crypto mining pools." Beijing, China-based Bitmain recently reached a double digit valuation in the billions. He, of course, "has been known as a big proponent of Bitcoin Cash, a controversial fork of Bitcoin. Earlier this year, his company led a $110 million financing round for Circle, the crypto startup with the highest valuation in the U.S. Wu told Fortune earlier this year that he's interested in 'stablecoins,' virtual coins that have a fixed price, and that he plans to diversify Bitmain by developing AI chips."

Amber Baldet, 35, is that rare, new breed of CEO who can comfortably, seamlessly make her way between Wall Street and more radical elements of the ecosystem. She cut her teeth professionally at "JPMorgan Chase," the magazine notes. She would eventually leave "America's biggest bank this year to found a blockchain startup, Clovyr. While on Wall Street, she brought the hoodies (hacker-coders) and the suits (bankers) together, and she led the team that built Quorum, an Ethereum-adapted blockchain built for business. Earlier this month, Baldet, who is an alum of the flagship Fortune 40 Under 40 list, was appointed to the board of the Zcash Foundation, a non-profit group that governs the privacy-centric cryptocurrency Zcash."

Arthur Hayes actually asked his age not be documented. He's known for thinking a bit different than his peers. The online magazine insists before Chicago Merc and Cboe entered the futures market, Mr Hayes' "Bitmex, a crypto derivatives marketplace that allows for leveraged bets of up to 100 times the principal on digital assets from Bitcoin to Cardano," mapped out a space for itself. It wished to be "the most liquid crypto futures exchange," and by the end of last year, it "handled an average $2.1 billion in trades," the magazine insists. That's "far more than the $50 million that changed hands with the Cboe on its first day of launch." Curiously, Mr. Hayes routinely offers he does not own any bitcoin.

Of note as well is our own CEO Roger Ver, 39. As is the case with fellow Lister, Mr. Wu, Mr. Ver is "an outspoken evangelist for Bitcoin Cash. The controversial fork," the magazine details, "of the Bitcoin network represents the 'big-block' version of the original Bitcoin blockchain, meaning [it's] designed to handle greater transaction throughput. Fluent in Japanese, Ver runs from Tokyo and remains the epicenter of a large cryptocurrency community there."

Read the rest of the Ledger 40 Under 40 List here.

Why Is Blockstream Working With Former Spies?


Blockstream is working with former national spies. The question is, why on earth would a cryptocurrency company have the need to employ former spies? 

Take a Journey Back in Time if You Would
On October 23, 2014, Blockstream goes public and announces funding and the formation of their company. Shortly after Blockstream was incorporated, they received $50 million in venture capital from AXA, Khosla Ventures, Horizon Ventures, etc., some of the most powerful venture firms in the world. The Blockstream board of directors are all bankers.

In the Summer of 2015, all of the primary Bitcoin communities such as /r/Bitcoin, mailing lists, Bitcoin Talk, wikis, etc., began massive censorship campaigns against any and all topics that had to do with scaling Bitcoin beyond the 1MB limit which, by the way, was temporarily added by Satoshi Nakamoto back in 2010 as a stop-gap measure to prevent spam in the early days.

In December 2015, it quickly became apparent to everyone that Bitcoin was being hot-wired for a settlement system.

As They Say, the Rest is History
So here we are today. Most of what has transpired since the launch of Blockstream remains uncontested to everyone outside of Bitcoin Core (which is why they are perceived as a cult). However, it's a little known fact that they are working with former spies. Clearly they didn't want anyone to know this.

For those unaware, SIGINT and HUMINT still play critical roles for spy agencies across the world as a means to gather and analyze intelligence. In France's 2012 presidential election, it was discovered through WikiLeaks that all major French political parties were targeted for infiltration by the CIA's HUMINT and electronic SIGINT spies in the seven months leading up to the election.

In this short clip from Scannell's Berlin talk, he is talking about being selective in his targeting and "smart spying" techniques. In another lecture, Scannell talks about using spying intelligence to control.

By the way, did you notice the symbol he used as his background for his talk? It's a very subtle but important image to the Bitcoin Core community (Lightning Network).

What Does This Have to Do With Blockstream?
Well, what Bill Scannell and Blockstream don't want the general public to know is that Bill works intimately with Blockstream on their own intelligence. You see, Blockstream is running it's own program in order to push their agenda so that they can control Bitcoin and profit from it.

According to Scannell's own LinkedIn profile, he runs a private consulting firm where he is focused on being a "strategist." Ironically, he also has past work experience listed as an "Evil PR Genius." In one LinkedIn recommendation for Scannell, the person wrote that he is a "Story-teller, fixer, maker." Scannell has setup his own company, called Special Circumstances LLC for his private consulting.

The Anchorage Daily News wrote a piece about Scannell's wife in 2016, regarding a local election in Alaska. In the article, they described Bill Scannell as "a 'media strategist' who has been known for pedaling some outrageous stories and pulling some outrageous stunts to get media attention." One of the advertisements run by Scannell's wife, Michelle, during the election, was a video of her opponent Mia Costello, calling her a chicken.

As it turns out, back in 2008 Scannell had his own controversy, where it came to light that he was attacking opposing groups in another local election. wrote, "Bill Scannell, the man outed Thursday morning by Jake Metcalfe's former campaign manager Dana Krawchuk as the person behind some nasty websites attacking Ethan Berkowitz, has resigned. Krawchuk had overheard Scannell talking about building websites specifically to attack Berkowitz."

When Samson Mow started working for Blockstream in 2017 as the "Chief Strategy Officer", Bill Scannell and Samson Mow began working more closely together, along side Adam Back and others. In April 2017, Scannell and Back both attended the The 21st International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security in Malta, where Scannell helped moderate a panel that Back was speaking on. Blockstream was the sponsor at the event, where others spoke as well, such as Peter Todd.

On Reddit, CEO and entrepreneur, Roger Ver, had this to say about Scannell, "This guy was with Samson when I had the debate with him in Seoul. He was clearly Samson's handler at the event."

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Token Assets Are Coming to Bitcoin Cash


Two more types of BCH tokenization projects have been announced on July 18, giving the BCH community a wider variety of different ideas that can bring forth the concept of representative tokens into reality on the Bitcoin Cash network.

Bitcoin Cash Community Greeted by Two More Token Creation Systems
No Matter How You Slice It — Token Assets Are Coming to Bitcoin CashThe Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network has seen a lot of development since the last hard fork which debuted the reenabled Satoshi OP_Codes and the upgraded default data-carrier-size. The BCH community and developers have been bolstering the idea of tokenization on the BCH chain. There's been a bunch of ideas so far with Andrew Stone's GROUP proposal and Joannes Vermorel's Tokeda paper. Then this week Bitmain developers revealed the Wormhole project that utilizes a fork of the Omni Layer. Then on Wednesday, two more token ideas have been introduced for the BCH chain — One concept from the developers, and another proposal written by a group of six developers including Jonald Fyookball, James Cramer, Unwriter, Mark B. Lundeberg, Calin Culianu, and Ryan X. Charles.

Colored Coins & Cryptonized Cash
No Matter How You Slice It — Token Assets Are Coming to Bitcoin CashThe creators of the platforms and the Cashpay wallet explained that they are bringing the Colored Coins protocol to the BCH network. The Colored Coins (CC) protocol debuted for the BTC back in 2013 network by adding specific metadata to the blockchain. This in turn created 'representative tokens' or 'colored coins' that can represent any physical or digital item like stocks, bonds, gold and silver backed coins. The Colored Coin protocol will allow the ability to create a currency called Cryptonized Cash (CC) that can be used with Cashpay for discounts and exclusive products.

"Further utility will be added as grows — There will be a total of 1 billion CC, without the ability to add more in the future," the developers emphasized on the social media platform "The tokens are always redeemable on — One of the most important questions to answer when proposing adoption of a certain framework is what are the use-cases?

Luckily with colored coins, the answer is endless. Colored coins can represent vouchers, coupons, tokens, altcoins or other assets. You can tokenize whatever you want. The first real-world use-case is Cryptonized Cash (CC), an incentive program on which is live right now.

The Simple Ledger Protocol
Following the Colored Coins concept, another paper was revealed to the public written by Ryan X. Charles, Mark B. Lundeberg, Calin Culianu, Jonald Fyookball, James Cramer, and the developer Unwriter. The paper called, "Simple Ledger Protocol: A token system for Bitcoin Cash," details a proposal for the BCH network that handles tradeable redeemable tokens without a consensus upgrade. Enhancement proposals such as GROUP have not been able to obtain consensus needed to change the base protocol, explains the group of developers. Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) utilizes metadata in OP_Return transactions and the SLP creators believe consensus can be achieved by "token users and market participants adhering to a prescribed set of simple rules."

"Because SLP builds on the transaction chain of the existing Bitcoin framework, users can easily verify transactions with SPV/lite wallets within practical boundaries," the paper explains.   

Full validation of a transaction back to its token genesis is possible by supplementing existing transaction-retrieval infrastructure with the integration of SLP consensus rules.

The developers say that the SLP system will be permissionless, simple, robust, non-invasive, extensible, and an implementation plan for rapid ecosystem support. The 26-page paper is extremely detailed and it observes multiple subjects that need attention such as wallet implementations, token address format, proxies, utilizing the Bitdb network, economic implications, and more. The group of six developers revealed they were motivated to present their own token solution and the key to its success will be simplicity. "But will also depend on our taking action to foster the support of the ecosystem," the SLP programmers add.

Of course, the Bitcoin Cash community was pretty thrilled about two more tokenization projects using the BCH chain. One user on the Reddit forum r/btc who enjoyed the SLP paper notes that there has been quite a lot of these proposals lately, "I believe we're hitting some 'tokenization proposal fatigue." Nevertheless, enthusiasts dig the competition and the amount of development dedicated to bringing tokenized assets to the Bitcoin Cash network. The community may end up using a bunch of different color coin methods down the line or perhaps they may just use the superior tokenized system. Whatever the case may be, the race is on to get a system that creates representative tokens using the security of the BCH protocol.

How Coinmarketcap Incentivizes Exchanges to Report Fake Volume


How Coinmarketcap Incentivizes Exchanges to Report Fake Volume
Bitforex, a cryptocurrency exchange that scarcely scraped the top 100 by trading volume until recently, has been accused of generating false trades on a mammoth scale. Crypto Exchange Ranks, which pulls in open source data from exchange APIs, has published a report in which it accuses Bitforex of creating fake volume and Coinmarketcap (CMC) of being complicit in the scam.

Bitforex, Coinmarketcap and the Case of the Fake Volume
How Coinmarketcap Incentivizes Exchanges to Report Fake Volume
Everything about Bitforex looks off – including its logo
Fake trading volume, defined as buy and sell orders designed to artificially create the impression of demand, are a running motif in the cryptocurrency world. For as long as anyone can remember, various exchanges have been accused of wash trading and inflating their volume. It's the equivalent of a half-empty airliner placing its passengers in window seats to give the impression that the plane is full. Creating fake volume may sound like a relatively minor transgression, but it can have major ramifications for traders.

"Cooking the books" by falsifying activity lures traders into signing up for an exchange that may be untrustworthy, insecure, and far less liquid than it looks. Any exchange that is willing to create false volume may have few qualms about committing more egregious crimes against its users. Until recently, Bitforex was a little-known exchange, languishing around 70th in the world by trade volume. It now stands at 12th according to data provided by Coinmarketcap, with 24-hour volume of $227 million.

Crypto Exchange Ranks calls out Bitforex
In a detailed and compelling blog post, Crypto Exchange Ranks outlines its case for Bitforex having generated fake volume. Aside from the fact that Bitforex' trade volume has multiplied by almost 100x in recent weeks, and now stands at more than 10x that of established exchanges like Kraken and Kucoin, there's its modest social media presence that includes less than 2,000 Twitter followers. The Singapore-based exchange does have 65,000 Telegram followers, but much of this can be attributed to the usual spate of bots coupled with airdrop token chasers.

How Coinmarketcap Incentivizes Exchanges to Report Fake Volume
Bitforex' claimed trade volume according to its website
Bitforex claims in its Twitter bio to be licensed in the EU, but there is no evidence to support this; in fact its website states that the platform is licensed in the Seychelles and Philippines. The site also includes such bold claims as having 1.8 million users, to be attracting 15,000 new users a day, and to have amassed $1.5 billion of trade volume, taking it as high as number five on Coinmarketcap's exchange rankings.

Bit Who?
Crypto Exchange Ranks isn't buying Bitforex' claims, writing "We see that the number of UU [unique users] of BitForex is 29K. In turn, Kucoin has 889K unique users. Kraken has 666K unique users. KuCoin's number of UU is 30 times higher than that of BitForex, Kraken's number of UU is higher by 23 times." It concludes:

As we have already discovered through SimilarWeb, the exchange receives the bulk of the new traffic through the referral source — CoinMarketCap; thus, the platform immediately attracts attention. Here's the explanation: creating and implementing marketing and communication strategies and building a community in an organic way is more expensive than forging trade volumes.

While CMC is unlikely to be abetting Bitforex, in publishing the exchange's figures without question, it is unwittingly complicit in the deception. Other crypto comparison sites have been less eager to report the sort of inflated figures produced by the likes of Bitforex, regardless of what the data pulled by API might say. With its shoddy web design, poor English, and almost certain fake volume, Bitforex does not inspire confidence. But until Coinmarketcap makes a stand against blatantly falsified volume, exchanges will be incentivized to cheat the system and lure in gullible traders eager to try out the next big platform.

Thursday, July 12, 2018

A BCH Fueled Version of Patreon is Coming This August


Just recently a team of programmers announced the creation of a ',' a platform that aims to be similar to the popular membership application, Patreon. This particular platform, however, will be censorship resistant and powered by bitcoin cash (BCH) payments. In order to fund the protocol, two developers have raised 47 BCH so far out of their 100 BCH goal; the funds will be used for marketing Bitreon. Aims to Launch a Patreon-Like Platform Powered by Bitcoin Cash
A BCH Fueled Version of Patreon is Coming This AugustPatreon is a platform designed by Jack Conte and Sam Yam in 2013, and the membership service provides users with business tools so creators can design a subscription content service. Over the years the service has become very popular and is used by podcasters, Youtubers, artists, musicians, and cryptocurrency luminaries like Andreas Antonopoulos use the service. However, Patreon has its downfalls because it's a centralized service and the web portal has censored things like adult content. Moreover, the protocol does not allow bitcoin payments for reasons tied to filing with the IRS, the Patreon Zendesk details.

So, two developers Jimmy Birer the creator of and the React wallet, alongside a front-end engineer named, Maciej Bowkorski, plan to launch a functional on August 1. The development team plans to deliver the complete Bitreon application on September 1. has also released the project white paper which details how the platform will function in a decentralized fashion and utilize BCH.           

"With Patreon disabling cryptocurrency payments, we see an opportunity to create a Bitcoin Cash membership platform that brings complete freedom and control to content creators and their subscribers," explain the developers of Bitreon. "The security of payments (no fear of chargebacks) alongside the anonymity and the privacy offered by bitcoin cash and the Bitreon platform will make it possible for creators to reach their maximum creative potential and the subscribers to enjoy the best their favorite creators can offer."

We're aiming to make the most popular content membership platform on the Internet, making bitcoin cash adoption skyrocket and enable people to earn all over the world.

Zero Censorship, Smart Contracts, Bitcoin Cash Payments and Free Speech
The Bitreon developers say there will be many benefits to using the decentralized application over a centralized service like Patreon. For instance, there will be an Electron Cash plugin so people can get recurring payments. Bitreon will also be smart contract based by utilizing Nchain's new SDK Nakasendo. Additionally, people can register anonymously and be paid without sharing identification.   

"We impose zero censorship and terms for the content you share and will always defend your right to free speech," explains the Bitreon developers.

With 47 BCH ($34,515 USD) the Bitreon team is well on its way to raising the 100 BCH ($72,922 USD) for marketing the project to new users. Once the functional Bitreon application is released into the wild this August, plans to review the platform after launch.

Malta-Based Company Launches New Euro Backed Stablecoin, EURS


Malta-Based Company Launches New Euro Backed Stablecoin, EURS
With all the controversy and mistrust surrounding Tether (USDT) it's no surprise that a multitude of new alternatives have popped up recently. The latest example is from Malta where a company seeking a local crypto license has launched a Euro-backed stablecoin, EURS.

Stasis Launches EURS
Malta-Based Company Launches New Euro Backed Stablecoin, EURSStasis, a financial tokenization platform, has launched EURS, a new stablecoin built on Ethereum's EIP-20 standard and claimed to be backed 1-for-1 by the Euro. The EURS has begun trading on one exchange already, London-based DSX, and the company says that the order volume is projected to reach $500 million by year's end.

The company adds that EURS was specifically developed to satisfy growing demand for cryptocurrencies from European institutional investors. "EURS bridges the gap between traditional finance and the cryptoeconomy," commented Gregory Klumov, Stasis CEO. "While cryptocurrency trading is currently dominated by individual and retail investors, STASIS and EURS will pave the way for institutional investors to enter the game and begin allocating capital – that's what's needed to take the industry to surpass the trillion dollar mark."

Working Towards a Maltese License
Malta-Based Company Launches New Euro Backed Stablecoin, EURS
Stasis is also revealed to be working towards obtaining a license under Malta's recently approved regulatory framework. Last week, the EU member country enacted three bills into law that are meant to encourage the establishment of cryptocurrency businesses on the island. These include a prohibition on insider trading, market manipulation and misleading ads or ICO whitepapers.

"The Government of Malta has been working diligently and progressively to provide legal certainty to an industry that is currently unregulated", said Silvio Schembri, the Maltese minister responsible for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation. "We therefore welcome any blockchain initiatives such as STASIS that while being innovative, will still respect and encourage compliance and we look forward to the company applying for a licence under our DLT regulatory framework. The Government of Malta wants to create an environment conducive to the development of the blockchain ecosystem that will make Malta the natural destination for businesses operating in this field."

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Malta Passes Blockchain Bills Into Law, ‘Confirming Malta as the Blockchain Island’


The Parliament of Malta has passed three bills into law that establish a regulatory framework for blockchain technology, local news outlet Malta Today reported July 4. The bills include the Malta Digital Innovation Authority Act, the Innovative Technological Arrangement and Services Act, and the Virtual Financial Asset Act.

Silvio Schembri, Junior Minister for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation within the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta, tweeted about the passing of the bills today, noting that the island nation is a pioneer in providing a solid legal framework for blockchain companies:

"The three Bills that will regulate distributed ledger technology (DLT) have been approved by Parliament and enacted into law. Malta , the first world jurisdiction to provide legal certainty to this space."

Schembri said that the move taken by the Parliament would put investors' minds to rest as companies now have the necessary legal tools to operate in a regulated environment. The Junior Minister also expressed his optimism about companies choosing Malta as their base of operations, saying that the republic now offers a stable system that will "result in further economic growth."

Dr. Jean-Philippe Chetcuti of Maltese law firm Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates, said the passage of the new legislation is "a momentous milestone for Malta as a forward-looking economy, truly confirming Malta as the 'blockchain island.'" Chetcuti noted that companies will feel more comfortable "committing to further investment, and setting up in Malta."

A multitude of blockchain and crypto business have already located to Malta, as the country's officials took regulatory steps to become the "blockchain island." Recently, several cryptocurrency exchanges, including OKex, Binance, and BitBay have set up operations in Malta due to the development of a blockchain and crypto-friendly space within the country. In May, the Transport Minister of Malta announced a partnership with U.K. middleware blockchain startup Omnitude to improve the Maltese Public Transport Service using distributed ledger technology.

Moreover, the Malta Gaming Authority issued a document with guidelines on blockchain and cryptocurrency applications in the gaming industry, aiming to apply standards to games that use cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Last year, the government of Malta also announced is was developing a project to test the feasibility of using blockchain for the recording of academic certificates.

Ripple, CEO Face Another Securities Fraud Lawsuit


A third lawsuit, alleging securities fraud, was filed last week against Ripple Labs Inc, XRPII LLC, and its CEO Bradley Glaringhouse. In 28 pages, the class action suit attempts to make the case XRP is a security: issued, maintained, and supported by Ripple in clear violation of US regulatory laws. Ripple has worked extremely hard to distance itself from its cryptocurrency, XRP, in hopes of avoiding just this scenario.   

Ripple Labs Faces Third Securities Fraud Lawsuit
Managing partner of Robbins Arroyo LLP, Brian J. Robbins, filed a class action lawsuit against Ripple Labs Inc, XRPII LLC, and CEO Bradley Glaringhouse on behalf of San Diego college senior David Oconer. Signed by fax late June of this year in the San Mateo, California Superior Court, its more than two dozen pages set about making the case Ripple is in clear violation of the Howey Test.

Mr. Oconer, through his legal team, stresses how Ripple fought to manipulate the XRP price, including placing tens of millions XRP tokens into a kind of escrow, creating an arbitrary scarcity. It was also a way to signal to worried longer term investors the company would not dump the lot all at once. Indeed, XRP mooned to many hundreds of percent, the suit alleges, as a result of such moves.

It's the third such lawsuit filed against the company since early May of this year. A common theme between each suit is the claim XRP is a security as defined under US regulatory statute – which insist Ripple Labs is the token's puppet master indistinguishable from XRP itself. The Oconer version leans heavy on making a case for a Howey Test violation. Ripple isn't taking any of the suits lightly, hiring two former US Securities and Exchange Commission heavies, Andrew Ceresney and Mary Jo White, as lead counsel.

XRP has long been held in a controversial light due in part to its origin story. While leading cryptos were to be mined on chain, ripples appeared ex nihilo with more than 60 percent still held by its parent company. If deemed a security, the company would be most likely ordered to cease all trading, and it's not unusual to presume holders would be given the chance at refunds. Violations of securities law, what's more, can also be prosecuted criminally, though those in the know believe it will not get to that stage.

Sunday, July 1, 2018

RipaEx — DPOS Financial Ecosystem


RipaEx is a project build on two pillars:

1.     Ripa Exchange: an open source exchange based on the source code of Peatio (

2.     Ripa Blockchain: a DPOS blockchain with its own XPX token that will serve to share liquidity between all Ripa Exchanges in the Ripa network

The development of the project will follow the paradigm:

1.     Ripa Exchange: paid contribution to the community for making a modular, secure and UI responsive exchange starting from the source code of Peatio

2.     Ripa Blockchain: all the latest features of ARK will be merged in our GitHub reposistories, as Ripa Blockchain is an ARK fork we will always entrust ARK as our technology provider and paid contribution will be done for porting ARK features into Ripa codebase (ARK 2.0, libraries, true block weight software, others application…)

To make the return of investment to the investors of the RipaEx project we will proceed on two paths:

1.     Technical/Technological: the XPX token has a purpose as explained in the introduction of chaper "4. The Ripa Blockchain" of the whitepaper, we will push for broader use of the XPX token in our ecosystem and in the ecosystems that find added value to our token.

2.     Economical: XPX tokens not covered by explandeable funding during the Ripa ICO (PreSale and RIPA TEC phases) will be burnt forever to avoid speculation on the token remaining as explained in section "5.3. XPX Ripa Token Distribution" of the whitepaper.

Current exchange phase is:

Phase: PreSale
Phase Ending: Sunday 09/30/2018
Exchange Rate: ₱/€0.10
Accepted Coins: BTC, ETH, ARK, LISK (contact us for more…)
Bonus: 100%
Soft Cap: 25 BTC

Current airdrops are:

1.     ₱125 for first 1,000 users that join our Telegram or Slack channel and like our Facebook or Twitter page

2.     ₱500 for setting up a node

3.     €1,000 in trading fees on the first Ripa Exchange if you invest at least €100.00 in the project

For any doubt, suggestion or if you are just curious I invite you to join our Telegram, Slack or Gitter channels and learn more about our project in the links below: