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Announcing OPEN’s Token Sale & Airdrop Details

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OPEN’s Token Sale is centered around creating a healthy, value-add group of token holders. Airdrops will be allocated to the whitelist, those who believe in the project long term, our telegram community, as well as a special airdrop to developers. Developers are a core focus for us at OPEN and multiple airdrops will help support […]

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A Scalable Platform through Token Economics

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When we think about most blockchains like Ethereum, we recognize that airdrops and incentives are required to be given to coax people onto the platform. Projects like OmiseGo, Enigma and Kyber are famous for giving airdrops, but where are these “airdropped” tokens coming from? There is a Limit to the Airdrops The simple answer is that […]

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A Quick Look at the OPEN Developer Program

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  The OPEN Developer Program is a campaign to grow the OPEN Platform and Community by incentivizing developers to use and market the OPEN Platform. The Developer Program works by onboarding developers and adding them to the Developer WhiteList. Once these developers are on the Whitelist they will receive initial welcome airdrop of OPEN Token […]

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Why the future of web services is going towards decentralization

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  The internet is an incredible platform. Through the web, it is possible to purchase items, instantly communicate with friends, check the weather, and play games. Even more amazing is how seamless most web applications make the user experience. When you look up something online, add it to my cart, login to my account and […]

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Telegram Banned; Crypto Hammered by Merchant Accounts — Why OPEN is More Relevant Than Ever

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Last week, two things happened that caught our attention: 1) Telegram was banned from the App Store 2) major credit card companies revealed they were planning to increase interest rates for any transaction dealing with the purchase of cryptocurrencies. To us, this means the technology we’re building at OPEN is more relevant than ever. SHOULD […]

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What will the Future be like with Decentralization

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  By Chase Smith The current system uses a variety of disjoint systems that have to interact through flimsy bridges. The companies that create these bridges often have a monopoly on who can cross and for what kind of toll. We see these kinds of companies when people deal with payments, but also in any […]

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OPEN reaches 100K Signups and Refuses to Stop Growing

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  Community Update, Feb 1, 2018 OUR COMMUNITY IS GROWING To our amazing OPEN community, THANK YOU for your participation and patience as we continue to finalize our platform details and launch dates! Our Whitelist is becoming massive — we have officially hit more than 100,000+ sign-ups and it’s growing daily! We also have 10,000+ members in our […]

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Blockchain Blitz — There’s a Coin For That

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ICO TRENDS MIRRORING THE RISE OF MOBILE APPS Not too long ago in San Francisco, a center for advancement in the world of tech, you couldn’t walk down the street without overhearing someone’s idea for a new mobile application. Some were genius (can you imagine a world without Uber?) others, not so much. But the […]

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What is the future for decentralized ownership

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In this day and age, ownership of any asset is controlled by a centralized process or database, but with the creation of the blockchain, decentralized ownership is becoming a potential reality. Instead of relying on 3rd parties to validate your ownership of an asset, you should be able to do it yourself. What is IPFS? […]

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Why Privacy Coins Will Prompt Government Adoption

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One of the more unknown obstacles for the scalability of the blockchain, is privacy. While scaling the volume of transactions is important, so too is ensuring that transactions are private. On the blockchain, this privacy translates to encrypting the addresses and the amounts within each transaction. Privacy in transactions is important to make sure that […]

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