ATN announced a strategic investment of US$10 million. Qtum will launch a satellite on February 2, 2018. VeChain partnered with Michigan State University. Lisk is added to bitFlyer. Aeron will integrate its ARN tokens with Aerotrips portal.
ATN and Atmatrix, blockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform providers, announced a strategic investment of US$10 million from institutional investors Dream Chaser Capital, Capital Dynamics Fund, Longqing Capital and Drop Capita.
Qtum said its satellite is ready to be launched on February 2, 2018. This will make Qtum the first blockchain network with a full node in open space. According various speculations on the internet, satellite nodes can protect the stability of blockchain platform even in case of possible internet restrictions from governments.
VeChain introduced the Michigan State University (MSU) as the first VeResearch partner. MSU will receive the VeChain Global Innovative Research Grant and work in partnership with VeChain Labs to tackle integration of Mobile Edge Computing technology into VeChain blockchain.
Mobile Edge Computing is a network architecture concept that enables cloud computing capabilities and IT service environment at the edge of the cellular network.
Lisk was added to the largest Japan’s cryptocurrency exchange bitFlyer, which has recently announced its expansion to US and Europe. Now the following cryptocurrencies are traded on bitFlyer: BTC, ETH, ETC, LTC, BCH, MONA, LSK.
This month, Aeron plans to integrate its token ARN into the client area of Aerotrips web portal to enable customers view their ARN token balances and subsequently utilize ARN to pay commissions for services offered by Aerotrips.