The nonprofit Girls in Tech has named 10 female-led startups that will compete for cash and other prizes for the “next great female-founded startup.”The sixth annual competition will take place in San Francisco on Wednesday, October 18 in an event dubbed the Amplify Women’s Pitch Night Competition.Girls in Tech says the female founder-only pitch competition is the largest of its kind in the world, bringing together top tech leaders, entrepreneurs, and investors.The half-day competition will take place at Zendesk.Software as a Service (SaaS) Platform for access, energy, and automation management and control.The event’s judges come from companies like Walmart Labs, Autodesk, Gap, Silicon Valley Bank, RocketSpace, and more.
| Description ----------------|-------|------------------------------------------ Bitcoin | BTC | Digital gold Ethereum | ETH | Programmable contracts and money Bitcoin Cash | BCH | Bitcoin clone Ripple | XRP | Enterprise payment settlement network Litecoin | LTC | Faster Bitcoin Dash | DASH | Privacy-focused Bitcoin clone NEO | NEO | Chinese-market Ethereum NEM | XEM | Batteries-included digital assets Monero | XMR | Private digital cash Ethereum Classic| ETC | Ethereum clone IOTA | MIOTA | Internet-of-things payments Qtum | QTUM | Ethereum contracts on Bitcoin OmiseGO | OMG | Banking, remittance, and exchange Zcash | ZEC | Private digital cash BitConnect | BCC | Madoff-like investment fund Lisk | LSK | Decentralized applications in JavaScript Cardano | ADA | Layered currency and contracts Tether | USDT | Price = 1 USD Stellar Lumens | XLM | Digital IOUs EOS | EOS | Decentralized applications on WebAssembly Hshare | HSR | Blockchain switchboard Waves | WAVES | Decentralized exchange and crowdfunding Stratis | STRAT | Decentralized applications in C Komodo | KMD | Decentralized ICOs Ark | ARK | Blockchain switchboard Electroneum | ETN | Monero clone Bytecoin | BCN | Privacy-focused cryptocurrency Steem | STEEM | Reddit with money voting Ardor | ARDR | Blockchain for spawning blockchains Binance Coin | BNB | Pay Binance exchange fees Augur | REP | Decentralized prediction market Populous | PPT | Invoice trading futures Decred | DCR | Bitcoin with alternative governance TenX | PAY | Cryptocurrency credit card MaidSafeCoin | MAID | Rent disk space BitcoinDark | BTCD | Zcoin close BitShares | BTS | Decentralized exchange Golem | GNT | Rent other people's computers PIVX | PIVX | Inflationary Dash clone Gas | GAS | Pay fees on Neo TRON | TRX | In-app-purchases Vertcoin | VTC | Bitcoin clone MonaCoin | MONA | Japanese Dogecoin Factom | FCT | Decentralized record keeping Basic Attention | BAT | Decentralized ad network SALT | SALT | Cryptocurrency-backed loans Kyber Network | KNC | Decentralized exchange Dogecoin | DOGE | Serious meme bitcoin clone DigixDAO | DGD | Organisation manages tokenized gold Veritaseum | VERI | Vaporware Walton | WTC | IoT Blockchain SingularDTV | SNGLS | Decentralized Netflix Bytom | BTM | Physical assets as tokens Byteball Bytes | GBYTE | Decentralized database and currency GameCredits | GAME | Video game currency Metaverse ETP | ETP | Chinese Ethereum plus identity GXShares | GXS | Decentralized Chinese Equifax Syscoin | SYS | Decentralized marketplace Siacoin | SC | Rent disk space Status | SNT | Decentralized application browser 0x | ZRX | Decentralized exchange Verge | XVG | Privacy Dogecoin Lykke | LKK | Digital asset exchange Civic | CVC | Identity and Authentication App Blocknet | BLOCK | Decentralized exchange Metal | MTL | Payments with rewards program Iconomi | ICN | Digital asset investment funds Aeternity | AE | Decentralized apps (prototype) DigiByte | DGB | Faster Bitcoin Bancor | BNT | Token Index Funds Ripio Credit | RCN | Co-signed Cryptocurrency Loans ATMChain | ATM | Advertising network Gnosis | GNO | Decentralized prediction market VeChain | VEN | Supply chain item IDs Pura | PURA | Cryptocurrency Particl | PART | Privacy marketplace and chat KuCoin Shares | KCS | Profit-sharing exchange fees Bitquence | BQX | Mint for cryptocurrency investments FunFair | FUN | Decentralized casino ChainLink | LINK | External data for contracts Power Ledger | POWR | Airbnb for electricity Nxt | NXT | Cryptocurrency and marketplace Monaco | MCO | Cryptocurrency credit card Cryptonex | CNX | Zerocoin clone MCAP | MCAP | Mining investment fund Storj | STORJ | Rent disk space ZenCash | ZEN | Privacy-focused Bitcoin clone Nexus | NXS | Bitcoin clone Neblio | NEBL | Decentralized application platform Zeusshield | ZSC | Decentralized insurance Streamr DATAcoin| DATA | Real-time data marketplace ZCoin | XZC | Private digital cash NAV Coin | NAV | Bitcoin with private transactions AdEx | ADX | Advertising exchange Open Trading | OTN | Decentralized exchange SmartCash | SMART | Zcoin clone with rewards Bitdeal | BDL | Bitcoin clone Loopring | LRC | Decentralized exchange Edgeless | EDG | Decentralized casino FairCoin | FAIR | Bitcoin that rewards savers
Connected home software startup Stratis announced a new partnership with Honeywell that will see it use the manufacturer’s thermostats as part of its apartment-management platform.BI Intelligence spoke with Stratis CEO Felicite Moorman about how this new agreement will impact the company's future, as well as its wider strategy of treating the connected home as a business-to-business (B2B) space, rather than taking the more common business-to-consumer (B2C) approach.Stratis is also integrated with lease management platforms including RealPage and Yardi to make it easier to transfer and revoke control of devices from tenants.The company’s solutions are ideal for high turnover properties like college dormitories, where students change units regularly and can often lose keys or neglect to adjust the thermostat when they go away long term.By installing connected thermostats, property managers at colleges can make sure that heating units are kept at maintenance temperatures during winter break, for instance, so that energy costs are minimized, but there’s no risk of pipes bursting.And smart locks can let maintenance staff enter units easily should the need arise without requiring dozens of keys or an insecure master.
Abra, a global currency wallet that was the belle of the early Bitcoin ball, has just added 20 cryptocurrencies and 50 fiat currencies, a feature that allows you to top up and send cash and cryptocurrencies from inside the wallet.“Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum Classic, Dash, Zcash, Bitcoin Gold, Stellar Lumens, DigiByte, Dogecoin, Golem, OmiseGO, Qtum, Augur, Status, Stratis, Vertcoin and 0x are the initial 20 cryptocurrencies,” the company wrote.“Abra developed a first-of-its kind smart contract investing platform that uses bitcoin technology to allow users to hold exposure to cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies on a smartphone much the same way Fidelity allows you to buy an ETF in the old world,” said founder Bill Barhydt.“With this model, we can enable exposure to any asset — Abra has only started with crypto and fiat.”The system allows you to convert between currencies with “no transaction fees, at any time with no limitations.” It seems to work similarly to ShapeShift, another solution that allows nearly instant conversions between currencies.There are also a few tricks up Abra’s sleeve, including the clever use of smart contracts to reduce the volatility associated with currency trades.
Global Blockchain-as-a-Service Market 2018-2023:Global Blockchain-as-a-Service market size will grow from in 2017 to by 2023, at an estimated CAGR of XX%.Service providers are vendors who provide advisory and consulting, custom development, system implementation and integration services, and managed services to end-users.By Market Players: IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Deloitte, Accenture, Oracle, AWS, Cognizant, Infosys, PwC, Baidu, Huawei, HPE, Capgemini, NTT Data, TCS, Mphasis, Wipro, Waves Platform, To the New, KPMG, Ey, Stratis, Consensys, L Infotech Get Sample Copy of Global Blockchain-as-a-Service Market @ http://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/2285126 By Component Tools, Services By Business application Supply Chain Management, Payments, Identity Management, Smart Contracts, Governance, Risk, and Compliance Management (GRC), Others (trade finance and data storage) By Organization size Large enterprises, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) By Industry Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI), Healthcare and Life Sciences, Telecom and IT, Transportation and Logistics, Retail and eCommerce, Government and Public Sector, Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities, Telecom and IT The prime objective of this report is to help the user understand the market in terms of its definition, segmentation, market potential, influential trends, and the challenges that the market is facing.This enhances the visual representation and also helps in understanding the facts much better.Browse Full Report with Complete TOC @ http://www.orbisresearch.com/reports/index/2018-2023-global-and-regional-blockchain-as-a-service-industry-production-sales-and-consumption-status-and-prospects-professional-market-research-report The growth factors of the market is discussed in detail wherein the different end users of the market are explained in detail.Finally, the report contains the conclusion part where the opinions of the industrial experts are included.
The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command's Army Research Laboratory -- the Army's corporate research laboratory known as ARL -- and the Lockheed Martin Corporation entered into a five-year cooperative agreement, titled "Self-Assembly of Nanostructures for Tunable Materials."Officials said the collaborative effort leverages a current tri-service synthetic biology Department of Defense Applied Research for Advancement of Priorities program, the Army's Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies and the Army's Open Campus framework to co-locate academic, Army and industrial personnel in regional technology hubs of Boston, Massachusetts, and Austin, Texas.According to Dr. Dimitra Stratis-Cullum, ARL research chemist and an Essential Research Program manager, the commitment to invest in synthetic biology in the Army and DOD along with ARL's Open Campus business model helped to catalyze the collaboration."Soon after, the Office of the Secretary of Defense established a tri-service DOD Applied Research for Advancement of Priorities program titled 'Synthetic Biology for Military Environments.'Under the agreement, ARL and Lockheed Martin will develop rapid prototyping methods using bio-production and self-assembly to create the building blocks of novel materials for defense optical technology and protective coatings.According to the researchers, the research is intended to advance Army goals for the use of biological systems for on-demand synthesis of materials and embedding biological products into materials for advanced specialty paints for corrosion and protection, light weight, high performance optics for sensing on drones and production and repair of parts and systems for expeditionary forces through simpler, greener and rapid adaptation.
Token issuer startups gain from the more flawless procedure of launching IEOs on exchange platforms in comparison to doing their ICOs independently.Incodium intends to revolutionize the manner compensation is offered through an easy, transparent and actionable platform.Stratis ICO Stratis is a blockchain for a service (BaaS) platform that makes it possible for corporations to produce their own custom private or public sidechains for their company requirements.https://icotoplist.com/
Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) Market - Growth Drivers, Opportunities and Forecast Analysis to 2026” has been featured on WiseGuyReports. This report focuses on the global Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) development in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Central & South America. ALSO READ: https://www.abnewswire.com/pressreleases/covid19-impact-on-blockchain-as-a-service-baas-market-analysis-trends-and-forecasts-to-2026_483125.html   The key players covered in this study Microsoft SAP Deloitte Accenture Oracle AWS Cognizant Infosys PwC Baidu Huawei HPE IBM Capgemini NTT Data TCS Mphasis Wipro Waves Platform KPMG Ey Stratis Consensys L Infotech   Market segment by Type, the product can be split into Tools Services Market segment by Application, split into Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance Healthcare Telecom and IT Government and Public Utilities Aerospace and Defense Retail   Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers North America Europe China Japan Southeast Asia India Central & South America   The study objectives of this report are: To analyze global Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies. To define, describe and forecast the market by type, market and key regions.
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According to research report "Blockchain-as-a-Service Market by Component (Tools and Services), Business Application (Supply Chain Management, Smart Contracts, Identity Management, Payments, and GRC Management), Organization Size, Industry, and Region - Global Forecast to 2023", The Blockchain as a Service market is expected to grow from USD 623.0 Million in 2018 to USD 15,455 Million by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 90.1% during the forecast period.The major factors driving the market are the low cost of bandwidth, data storage, and computing; and need to lower risks, complexities, and increase efficiency.Download PDF Brochure: https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=246499192Browse 71 market data Tables and 52 Figures spread through 178 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Blockchain-as-a-Service Market - Global Forecast to 2023"The identity management of the business application segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast periodBlockchain as a Service business applications are segmented into supply chain management, identity management, smart contracts, payments, Governance Risk, and Compliance (GRC) management, and others (data storage and trade finance).Blockchain as a Service offerings are revolutionizing the BFSI industry by changing its centralized infrastructure to a decentralized system, thereby giving rise to new business models in various areas such as cross-border payments, remittance, exchanges, internet banking, trade finance, Know Your Customers (KYC), and risk and compliance.Organizations in this industry are leveraging the benefits of decentralization, immutability, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and security, which are expected to increase the adoption of the blockchain technology across the BFSI industry.Request Sample Pages: https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/requestsampleNew.asp?id=246499192North America is expected to dominate the Blockchain as a Service market during the forecast periodNorth America is estimated to hold the largest share of the Blockchain as a Service market in 2018, due to technology advancements and the early adoption of the blockchain technology in this region.The primary factors driving the growth of the market are the increasing adoption of the blockchain technology and huge opportunities across industries in the APAC countries, especially in Australia, Singapore, and Japan.The report also encompasses different strategies, such as acquisitions, partnerships, and collaborations, new product launches, and product upgradations, adopted by the major players to increase their shares in the market.Some of the major technology vendors include IBM (US), Microsoft (US), Oracle (US), SAP (Germany), Waves Platform (Russia), HPE (US), Baidu (China), Stratis (UK), AWS (US), Huawei (China), KPMG (Netherlands), Accenture (Ireland), PwC (UK), Infosys (India), TCS (India), TO THE NEW (India), Capgemini (France), Deloitte (US), Cognizant (US), EY (UK), NTT Data (Japan), ConsenSys (US), Wipro (India), L Infotech (India), and Mphasis (India).About MarketsandMarkets™MarketsandMarkets™ provides quantified B2B research on 30,000 high growth niche opportunities/threats which will impact 70% to 80% of worldwide companies’ revenues.
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