The Stellar platform has received much attention lately. Despite the bear market, Stellar was able to maintain his position as far as possible. This is partly due to the projects that are currently being created on the platform. To give you an overview, I would like to introduce you to the eight most interesting projects.
The IBM Universal Payment Solution
Leading technology giant IBM uses the Stellar network to make its payment structure more transparent. According to Jesse Lund, Head of Blockchain Solutions at IBM, the company is also supporting a central bank. It's about transferring paper money to the Stellar Blockchain network.Analysts expect the Stellar / IBM partnership to replace the SWIFT / IBAN infrastructure as the world standard in the future. If that were to happen, it would of course have a huge impact on the cryptocurrency of Stellar Lumen (XLM).
Veridium has teamed with IBM and Stellar to make emmissions trading worldwide. To do this, you want to bring the native token VERDE on the platforms where oil and gas are traded. This should allow companies and individuals to buy the verde tokens as emission credits.
StellarX's goal is to become a major player in the decentralized peer-to-peer crypto exchanges. One wants to stand out above all by a particularly good user experience.
With Open Garden, mobile phone owners can use their phones as Wi-Fi hotspots. They then make them available to third parties who pay for the volume of data used in Stellar Lumens. Due to the large area WiFi coverage, this model may not be very successful in the US or in Europe. But that does not matter, because Open Garden targets countries and areas where most people do not have access to the Internet.
This platform wants to build a full-fledged POS service on the Stellar network. This should be much cheaper than paying via credit and debit cards and Apple Pay. At the same time, TillBilly should calculate loyalty points.
Slice targets real estate investors. Since the purchase of land abroad is very risky due to regulations and regulations, Slice wants to tokenize land projects and open it for everyone.
Africa is a huge market. At the same time, many Africans from abroad send money home to their families. This is exactly what SureRemit wants to support. The project has partnered with Stellar and has field offices in Kenya, Rwanda and other African countries. In addition, with SureRemit, customers should be able to settle utility bills online and shop in online shops.
The Smartlands team wants to make agricultural land on the Stellar network. This is a step in the right direction, especially with regard to the future importance of cryptocurrencies.
Sources: IBM, Veridium.io, Open Garden, Pixabay
Author: Peter Joost – Source Post: https://www.kryptovergleich.org/stellar-lumens-xmr-8-spannende-projekte-des-ripple-xrp-konkurrenten/
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