We are excited to announce our newest strategic investment of $3 millio in TheAPIS .
TheAPIS is a developer-built platform that manages communications between DApps and blockchains via only a few simple APl calls, reducing the inherent complexity of blockchain protocols. The goal of their APISCore product is to manage these intricacies and eliminate the entry barrier to dApp creation by connecting APIS to their…
DeFi (decentralized finance) is quickly becoming a FinTech area of development and product distribution. In fact Defi industry as itself really boils down to the cost of product distribution. The advent of mass internet use in early 1999–2000 brought costs of implementation close to zero for the content. However, in…
Measurable Data Token (MDT) is a blockchain-built, decentralized data exchange economy that empowers users to monetize and control their own data, while providing data buyers a more efficient trading model.
Today, we are pleased to share BTX Capital has investment in Chromia($CHR) , coinciding with the public announcement of $1,000,000 USDT lead by BTX.Capital. Our team is excited to be partnering with Chromia , as well as the rest of the team on their mission to help build a blockchain platform for decentralized applications on your own terms.
What is Chromia?
Chromia is a blockchain platform for decentralized applications, conceived in response to the shortcomings of existing platforms and designed to enable a new generation of Dapps to scale beyond what is currently possible which combines relational databases and blockchains.
BTX Capital would co-host Asia AMA and help to build up the community in Asia.
What is Chromia?
Chromia (by ChromaWay) is a new blockchain platform for decentralized applications, conceived in response to the shortcomings of existing platforms and designed to enable a new generation of dapps to scale beyond what is currently possible. Chromia is both a blockchain and a relational database. This means that decentralized applications (dapps) can be written in a way that is familiar to developers all over the world, whether they work on large enterprise applications, games, or smaller projects.