The line between ICOs and equity financing is blurring, as traditional equity investors use non-traditional methods to invest in blockchain companies.
Technology is automating out human error, democratizing the search for engineering talent, and speeding R&D times with implications across drug discovery, car manufacturing, and much more.
Regulatory scrutiny is increasing, but this isn't slowing the pace of blockchain activity — if anything, it's helping the industry mature. As financing methods shift and investors search for the killer app, we dive into eight trends shaping the future of blockchain technology.
Corporates are increasingly investing in enterprise blockchains and consortia, which are grappling with challenges like fluctuating membership and an industry shift in focus from blockchain technology to pure cryptoassets.
We take a closer look at these top VCs' blockchain investments, which range from new cryptocurrencies challenging Bitcoin to digital collectible cats.
Initial coin offerings (ICOs) raised $1.6B in January 2018 alone. Our ICO market map highlights 110+ companies that have completed ICOs across categories ranging from core infrastructure and supply chain to gambling and identity.