Quixxi one of the 10 global finalists at the BlockShow Asia’s ICOscar
BlockShow Asia (Nov 29-30th), will showcase the industry’s most ground breaking Blockchain solutions and developments, bringing together investors, future funds and entrepreneurs from across the globe. BlockShow Asia’s ICOscar is a start-up competition dedicated to revealing the most promising Blockchain projects to be funded by an Initial Coin Offering (ICO).
In recent weeks companies have been competing at meet-ups in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Barcelona and New Delhi to determine the top 10 companies who will compete at the ICOscar final to be held at BlockShow Asia.
Quixxi has been chosen as one of the 10 finalists who will present to over 1,000 attendees, following in the footsteps of previous finalists including Bancor, Status and Solar Change. Over $200m has been raised by previous winners of the event during their ICOs.
The Quixxi ICO builds on the existing platform which is currently used by 1000s of developers to secure and manage their apps.
Quixxi’s ICO provides essential Blockchain modules as APIs and libraries to enterprises and developers to make their current services blockchain ready, including token creation, token management, distributed data storage and content usage and Identity management.
Quixxi’s Blockchain platform will also enable community developers and enterprises to interact with application developers through a community marketplace, incentivising blockchain collaboration and innovation. These modules will be protected with Quixxi’s app security using Blockchain.
Quixxi CEO and Blockchain advocate Giuseppe Porcelli said “The team are excited about the opportunity to compete at the final of the ICOscar and showcase the Quixxi solution, which will enable the developer community to access blockchain solutions. With a total of 268b apps being downloaded and revenues of $77b by the end of 2017, we are focused on providing a fast, cost effective solution for the developer community to harness this new technology”.