List of Cryptos and block chain based companies that will Rise because of the solid business model and great team

Already I added a list of cryptos that have a high potential of growth. I am adding two other ones with a high ability.

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1. Handshake:

Handshake is a decentralized permissionless system that is intended to incentivize a distributed network of computers to operate a system for domain name ownership.

Under Handshake, every peer is tasked with validating and managing the root DNS naming zone, with the objective of providing an alternative to current certificate authorities and naming systems.

Different participants across the internet such as social networking handles and domains rely on a centralized approach. This means the systems depend on a system of honesty — and are still prone to cyber attacks and fraud.

Handshake aims to eradicate this problem by creating a decentralized internet that relies on a peer-to-peer system.

Who Are the Founders of Handshake?

Joseph Poon and Andrew Lee are the two main co-founders of Handshake.

Lee quit a job at Merrill Lynch to co-found Purse — one of the largest marketplaces for Bitcoin in early 2014. As Purse expanded, he began to explore other ways of innovating in the marketplace and investing in infrastructure.

He and Poon had been discussing the ideas underpinning Handshake for years before they co-founded the company.

Aside from developing Handshake, Poon co-wrote the Plasma Papers in collaboration with Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum.

Poon worked at a Big Four accounting firm before becoming involved in the crypto space, while in between jobs. He’s also the co-creator of the Lightning Network and Plasma.

Other co-founders include Boyma Fahnbulleh and Christopher Jeffrey.

What Makes Handshake Unique?

One of the most unique features of Handshake is that it is not a blockchain project looking to fully decentralize the current DNS infrastructure. It is rather about decentralizing the root zone — and/or the top-level domains.

This is because apart from the root zone, the entire of DNS is already decentralized. Handshake’s white paper states: “the Handshake naming protocol differs from its predecessors in that it has no concept of namespacing or subdomains at the consensus layer. Its role is not to replace all of DNS, but to replace the root zone file and the root servers.”

A key concept about Handshake is that it aims to decentralize or reduce dependence on the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN.)

ICANN was launched in 1998 as a non-profit partnership made of people across the globe, with the aim of keeping the internet more secure.

Handshake instead aims to use a decentralized application based on Proof-of-Work principles to improve the security of the internet.

Related Pages:

Learn more about the difference between proof-of-work and proof-of-stake.

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How Many Handshake Coins Are There in Circulation?

The maximum supply of Handshake coins is fixed at 2.04 billion — and at present, there are approximately 355 million coins in circulation.

How Is Handshake Secured?

Handshake is secured using the unspent transaction output (UTXO) of the blockchain and uses the principles of proof-of-work (PoW) in the same way as Bitcoin.

The naming system comprises on-chain smart contract features which are known as covenants, which are intended to limit the use of future transaction output.

Where Can You Buy Handshake (HNS)?

Handshake is traded on more than a dozen exchanges. The most known exchanges for buying and selling Handshake are Bittrex, Gate.io, BigOne, MXC.com and ZB.com.

2. Forte.io

Forte is an economic service for games based on Blockchain technology. the model is revolutionary and we are going to hear more about it in future.

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