NuCypher claims its infrastructure can grant and revoke access to secrets based on time or behavior. For instance, NuCypher could restrict access to a company’s data to its employees.
Notably, one major US retailer Macy’s (M) works with STMX. Statista estimates that Macy’s was the second largest US brick and mortar apparel retailer in 2020 with $17.15 billion in sales. Wells Fargo esitimates Macy’s was the third largest US clothing retailer in 2021 after Amazon (AMZN), and the TJX Companies (TJX).
The Beyond Protocol (BP) will enable marketplaces for IoT data and services. For example, an IoT thermostat could sell household data through the Beyond marketplace.
The Firo blockchain emphasizes privacy by automating transactions. Trustless means they automate Firo to conduct transactions without telling users.
Gala has had some success attracting players to its network. Gala claims to have 1.3 million active monthly users. In addition, Gala claims its users have sold 26,000 nonfungible tokens (NFTs) through the Gala Network. In addition, they claim somebody spent $3 million on the most expensive Gala NFT.
Kalata claims its platform can execute real-time price feeds with zero slippage. The belief is that an over-collateralized liquidity pool allows Kalata’s platform to offer real-time pricing. However, Kalata’s platform will support assets later.
Interestingly, they also describe Moonvriver as a companion network to Moonbeam (GLMR) and a “permanently-incentivized canary network.” They claim Moonriver can test and verify new code under real economic conditions. Once they test and verify the code, they can deploy it to the Moonbeam and Polkadot blockchains.
The Sandbox is trying to make money with some commercial games. For example, the Sandbox is offering games based on the popular American TV series and comic book The Walking Dead.
Fantom is a fast, high-throughout smart contract blockchain platform for digital assets and dApps. That means they claim Fantom can run enormous numbers of NFTs, stablecoins, and other decentralized applications (dApps) fast.
Sia claims it can lower the cost of cloud storage by 90%. Sia boats it costs $1-2 to store a terabyte of data in its cloud for a month. In contrast, Sia claims it costs $23 to store a terabyte of data in Amazon’s S3 cloud.
Hence, BabyUSDT can reward users with fiat currency they can spend in the real world. You can take the rewards over to the grocery store and use them to buy food for your family.
Shiden connects to several blockchains, including Kusma, Cosmos, Ethereum and the Secret Network. Hence, Shiden could bring a variety of stablecoins to Kusama.