Hoard Multi-Cryptocurrency Wallet And Blockchain Project Launches ICO And Beta Platform
Hoard, a new member of the cryptocurrency community had its Initial Coin Offering launch on the 26th of September. The platform offers a wide range of crypto services that include altcoin trading via its blockchain network. Its beta version is already live and users can leverage the network’s wallets to store their digital asset trading portfolio.
The Hoard ecosystem is powered by its native token ‘Hoard’ and Smaug, the blockchain protocol used for this project. This platform uses cross-chains and is built as a second layer. According to the project’s vision, Hoard will enable the scalability & interoperability of blockchain networks through enhanced nodes & its ecosystem design.
The Hoard Blockchain project is built on the Ethereum network and is set to distribute around 300 million altcoins of its native cryptocurrency ‘HOARD’. It therefore follows that the Hoard blockchain is ERC20 compliant.
According to Hoard CEO, Jason Davis, it is only logical for the world to integrate crypto coins if everyone can easily access this technology. He added that Hoard is set for integration with a mobile application to bring digital assets to the general population. This initiative will receive support from the Initial Coin Offering proceeds during HOARD token launch.
Users can leverage the Hoard platform to execute transactions tailored to their Investment goals, capabilities and appetite. This is made possible by linking their accounts & choosing a request for the Hoard investment engine to automatically purchase a crypto portfolio within a single trade.
Furthermore, Hoard is set to integrate QR codes within its blockchain ecosystem. This will play a technical role in crypto to fiat conversion, transaction settlements & remittances to traders using the Hoard network at a convenient fee. With the Hoard blockchain, industry consumers can now move from the traditional banking avenues that have for long capitalized on their centralized nature.
The Chief Technology Officer for Hoard, Dan Lipert, summarized the whole idea & prospects of this blockchain project,
“Technology should address and solve challenges, not create additional obstacles. Hoard has embraced blockchain to build bridges across cash and cryptocurrency for both consumers and merchants. We don’t see Hoard as a competitor but a driving force that supports all blockchains. Our products are open source and made public so blockchain companies can add to our core and contribute to our code. We believe decentralization isn’t disruptive but the products and services we build are.”