CryptoSlate Announces ‘CryptoSlate Places’, a Wordly Blockchain Hub Explorer
You Can Now Explore Blockchain Hubs Around the World Using CryptoSlate Places
CryptoSlate has recently divulged a new feature called CryptoSlate Places, which was created to organize and coordinate the most important news, companies, events and projects in the crypto world by organizing them in hubs.
According to the report, CryptoSlate will start launching 11 places first and will include further locations soon in the future. At the moment, the site tracks over 1,900 cryptos and 300 crypto-related events all over the world. The choice of the places was made by analyzing the sources of more than 1,300 news stories found by the company.
The main goals for the creation of these hubs were to help people to find other locations that had crypto-related communities and let people identify these communities better. Some goals include improving the organization of a vast amount of data and telling original stories from people, companies and communities that use the blockchain technology.
You can use the site to subscribe to specific places so you will receive news from any of the 11 places selected. You can see from the list below.
Seattle: mostly the location in America was decided because that is where the base of CryptoSlate is. It is becoming a large blockchain hub, however, and it already has over 40 companies and many networking events like the Token Forum, Blockchain NW and Blockchain Seattle.
Malta: The Blockchain Island could not be left off the list. This is one of the main blockchain hubs in the world and it has attracted the attention of companies like ZBK, OKex and Binance recently due to its pro-blockchain legislation. It also has the annual Malta Blockchain Summit, which is huge.
Gibraltar: It has many blockchain companies and a friendly regulation for ICOs because it is a British territory. The place has attracted many new startup companies.
Switzerland: Zug Valley has been known as the Crypto Valley for a while now and numerous projects are operating in the country, including the Ethereum Foundation.
Thailand: The country is the home of many important startups like OmiseGO and the Bank of Thailand has become increasingly crypto-friendly. The country will even launch a state-issued token in the future.
South Korea: As one of the largest crypto trading zones in the planet, it is clear that South Korea could not be ignored. The country has one of the highest adoption rates of crypto in the whole world.
China: Despite its lack of interest in ICOs and Bitcoin, as well as banning a lot of cryptos, China is a giant blockchain and mining hub. Many miners live in the country and China also is responsible for much of the most important technology in the market.
Japan: Has very large exchanges and is another location that is well-known for its adoption rate of cryptocurrencies.
India: Just like China, India’s government is very restrictive on cryptos, however, the population is very enthusiastic of the technology and the interest in cryptos has been rising lately.
Singapore: This state-island is drawing many investors and becoming an interesting hub. Many Chinese investors have relocated there after the ban.
Israel: Tel-Aviv is the home of many crypto projects and has very large companies such as eToro, which makes Israel the main hub for blockchain in the Middle East.