LianLian International will adopt Ripple to offer faster and less expensive cross border money transactions. Enigma launched the Enigma Data Marketplace. Vanywhere announced collaboration with Qtum. Power Ledger will cooperate with Thai-government backed renewable energy developer BCPG. WePower partnered with Eleon.
LianLian International, one of the largest providers of payment services in China, will adopt Ripple blockchain platform in order to offer faster and less expensive cross border money transactions to their customers across the US, Europe, and China. Licensed in Hong Kong, LianLian International has 150 million registered users.
Enigma launched the Enigma Data Marketplace. It allows users, companies and organizations, to contribute different sets of data. On the other side similar users can subscribe to and consume data. In the Enigma Data Marketplace, the subscriptions are handled in a decentralized manner through the use of smart contracts. ENG token serves as a form of payment for data.
Vanywhere, the skill-sharing platform that enables skilled users to capitalize on their knowledge and talent, announced collaboration with Qtum. Vanywhere marketplace will run on VANY token based on Qtum QRC20 standard. VANY token will be used as a currency for payments within Vanywhere ecosystem. The date of token sale will be announced soon.
On the first stage companies will collaborate on the formation of a microgrid development in Bangkok. Using the Power Ledger energy-trading platform, building managers will be able to trade renewable energy from solar panels installed on each building.