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Isn’t it difficult to convince the big TV stations?

Posted by admin on 13. November 2018
Posted in crypto currencies 

Which partners do you already have on board? For us, strong partnerships are essential for good content. TV stations are certainly among the biggest producers of video material, but there are plenty of other sources from film studios to YouTubers or Vimeo producers. We have exciting partners from various sectors on board. On May 24th our ICO starts and in the following days we will announce them. You may be curious.

What do I as a TV viewer have to do to get Bitcoin profit transferred into my wallet?

At the first start of TV-TWO a local wallet will be created by the Smart-TV-App according to onlinebetrug. The Private Key is presented once as a QR code on the screen. This allows the user to synchronize his wallet with other devices. We are very anxious to make the setup as simple as possible. So we can introduce completely new parts of society to Bitcoin profit crypto currencies via TV-TWO. Once the QR code has been scanned with a mobile phone, it’s time to lean back and enjoy the future of television. The tokens are collected automatically and conveniently.

When millions of people watch TV and are rewarded via token micropayments, aren’t there necessarily scaling problems of the Bitcoin profit?

The scalability of the Bitcoin profit blockchain is indeed one of our biggest challenges. Until scaling measures such as sharding take effect, we used ┬ÁRaiden payment channels to combine the respective advantages of on-chain and off-chain Bitcoin profit transactions.

Where do you see TV-TWO in five years?

In five years we would like to have established TV-TWO as a well-known player in German-speaking countries. Advertisers are delighted with the transparent TV advertising market and are taking full advantage of the digital opportunities on TV. Some YouTuber have switched exclusively to TV-TWO because they wanted to move away from clickbait-driven trends and towards transparent watch statistics. TV stations have decided to also broadcast their content to us in order to maximize their reach. We are pre-installed with every major television manufacturer. Even a TV market share of one percent in the DACH region would give our token a market capitalization of around 100 million euros. So the possibilities are gigantic.

In his opening speech on EU Digital Day, EU Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip called on the member states to show greater commitment to the use and development of blockchain technologies. Europe must play a leading role worldwide. To achieve this goal, 22 of the EU member states signed a Blockchain partnership at yesterday’s event. In the future, this partnership should bundle the commitment in the further expansion of the common digital market.

Every year, the EU Commission’s Digital Day faces up to a new Bitcoin trader challenge

Shaping Europe’s digital future together and finding answers to the challenges of Bitcoin trader digitisation in consultation. In addition to the development of digital health care and artificial intelligence, this year’s Digital Day was dominated by the Bitcoin trader blockchain.

Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip used his opening speech to send a message to the renowned visitors of the communication and technology industry: Europe has what it takes and must therefore play a leading role in the use and development of the blockchain.

“The European technology sector sees the Blockchain as an area where Europe is best positioned to play a leading role. However, it is no secret that we need to invest – both politically and financially”, warns Ansip, because the technologies are currently changing from “laboratory to mainstream”. It is important to “catch up a lot”.

For this to succeed, support from the private sector is particularly necessary. The EU Commission alone could not cope with the effort.

In the afternoon, the ceremonial signing of the Blockchain Partnership Initiative was the focus of the event. 22 member states declared their willingness to work hand in hand in future on the investment and development of blockchain services. Such a partnership is necessary in order to avoid fragmented efforts by individuals so that the technology can “flourish”, according to the Commission’s website.

EU Commission as decisive crypto trader blockchain patroness

The first cross-border crypto trader blockchain services are to be introduced by 2019 under the auspices of Brussels. Matthias Machnig, SPD State Secretary in the Ministry of Economic Affairs, signed the partnership declaration for Germany: https://www.geldplus.net/en/crypto-trader-review/

The EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, Mariya Gabriel, welcomed the signing. She assumes that the blockchain will be used in all areas of public services in the future.

“The Blockchain is a great opportunity for Europe and its member countries to rethink their information systems, strengthen citizens’ trust and personal data protection, and explore new business and leadership areas. Today’s partnership helps member states, together with the EU Commission, to transform the enormous potential of the blockchain into better services for citizens”, said Gabriel.

With the signatures of the 22 member countries, which include Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Malta and the United Kingdom, the EU Commission has once again become a strong supporter of the Blockchain technology. In February, for example, it set up the EU Blockchain Observatory Forum in partnership with the Ethereum start-up ConsenSys. The project is aimed at exploring public applications of the blockchain.

In total, the EU has already invested over 80 million euros in the development of blockchain services. Another 300 million euros will follow by 2020, according to the press release.

Distribute: Insights from the Hamburg Blockchain Event

Posted by admin on 10. October 2018
Posted in 3D printing 

On Friday the Distribute 2017 took place in Hamburg. We from BTC-ECHO were there and give you some insights about the event.

At the Distribute short lectures were held within 30 minutes on blockchain topics. In addition to the presentation of new technical challenges, regulatory issues and even the global standardization of blockchains were discussed. Here are a few examples of presentations that we personally found interesting at the Distribute:

Blockchain for 3D printing

3D printing is one of the up-and-coming topics in the manufacturing sector and is changing many organizational structures in the industry, which until recently was dominated by a few large corporations. This is where the SAMPL project comes into play, which was presented by Chainstep and has Prostep AG as consortium and funding agency. The aim of this project is to develop a new blockchain solution that enables the secure exchange of production data. This means that producers can be distributed decentrally all over the world. If a product is requested at a certain location, it is possible to send a production file to the nearby producer, which enables him to produce exactly this original product. The blockchain also ensures a special security level for the print data due to the decentralized feature. What is decisive about the technology is that the print data is transferred via the blockchain, thus guaranteeing special data security. With this project, the consortium was even able to obtain federal funding. The project runs until the end of 2019 and is to achieve the goal of batch size 1 on an Ethereum basis, i.e. individual, exactly demand-oriented production.

Blockchain for submetering

Another industry in which blockchain compatibility has been considered is the current meter. Submetering refers to the measurement of the energy consumption of residential units. Using existing smart meters, startups try to create fair billing models using the blockchain. Since residential units are usually billed jointly and the costs are shared among the rental parties, start-ups try to determine fair amounts for each rental party on the basis of a smart contract. All of this is to be based on the Ethereum blockchain, so that the relevant data can be publicly viewed. However, this was also the biggest point of criticism during the discussion – after all, it also touches on many questions of data protection, many visitors said after the presentation.