The last pools in 2018
20 December 2018
The platform is pleased to announce the opening of the last pools in 2018, which fall under the action of the action, which expires after 10 days.
ProxyNode serves as a decentralized platform that provides a more secure platform for virtual private servers. The decentralized technology gives users full control of their servers, and provides an extra layer of security for their data. The blockchain technology removes a central point of attack for hackers, therefore significantly increasing the difficulty for anyone else to access your private data. The ProxyNode coin (PRX), will serve as a form of payment to set up a virtual server and as a form of collateral for users to setup a masternode.
Liquid Regenerative Medicine Coin (LRM)
Liquid Regenerative Medicine (LRM) has set it's main objective to create of a unified blockchain base to faciliate an instant search resource to match donors and organs created via 3D printing. This technology is already moving toward saving millions of lives every day around the world.
The Liquid Regenerative Medicine field is a branch of translational research in tissue engineering and molecular biology which deals with the process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function.
Blockchain technology (a secure digital transaction ledger managed by a network of computers) provides a permanent record regarding the transactions of its users. Each transaction or "block" is written sequentially in the register and forms a "chain" when strung together. Each block of transactions is cryptographically secure, which makes it impossible to change the information.
This technology creates a permanent and transparent report on transactions, and has huge potential for solving several current issues in the medical field.
The healthcare sector has long been in need of change, and today there are many opportunities for blockchain technology to lead that transformation. Although the technology has existed for 10 years, applications have been limited to the financial sendees sector. Interest in blockchain technology has been building in the medical field, especially during 2017. A study was conducted 2018 in which 88 consumers of the health care system (among them, representatives of insurance companies, consumers of medical sendees) and 276 health care providers (process managers, managers and IT specialists) were surveyed about the utilization of blockchain technologies. The results revealed that 19% of managers of medical organizations and 76% of representatives paying for medical services, both are considering utilizing blockchain based technologies. In addition it also revealed that up to 70% of various organizations that pay for medical services expect blockchain integration into existing systems as early as 2019.
Thus, an increased focus on blockchain technology has led to an increased understanding of the potential application of technology in the health care system.
These conditions provided fertile ground for teams and organizations wishing to integrate blockchain technology into existing projects or develop new ones that meet the requirements of high technology and work with a large amount of data.