Blockchain Companies Currently Innovating in Greater Phoenix
Arena: Music platform that is free, claims to pay artists the highest royalties in the industry, and does it using cryptocurrency. On-demand merchandise storefront, designed to encourage musicians to promote merchandise sales while listeners stream exclusive content.
Camp BX: Atlanta based bitcoin trading platform with data centers in Arizona and Georgia. Buy or sell orders are matched against a parameterized database of other orders. If a perfect match is found, a Bitcoin-to-USD trade is instantly executed.
Dash: Phoenix based cryptocurrency that is a fully-incentivized peer-to-peer network. Miners are rewarded for securing the blockchain and masternodes are rewarded for validating storing and serving the blockchain to users. Masternodes are a new layer of network servers that work in highly secure clusters that provide a variety of decentralized services such as instant transaction, privacy and governance, while eliminating the threat of low-cost network attacks.
Nexus: A decentralized and worldwide network that utilizes three channels of security: prime mining, hash mining, and nexus Proof of Stake (nPOS). Consensus in nexus combines votes across three channels, which discourages one network from becoming too powerful.
Sky Republic: Offers an Enterprise Smart Contract Platform engineered to upgrade mission-critical B2B ecosystems. It provides transaction digitization, asset management, and multi enterprise process orchestration with end-to-end visibility and real time consensus among participants. Additional benefits of this unique technology leveraged in aerospace, air transportation and supply chain include faster mitigation of disruptions combined with IoT sensors, automation of records’ audit suppressing reconciliation, and frictionless digital experience.
SweetBridge: Local blockchain startup looking to use cryptocurrency to reduce supply chain costs. They do this by allowing for easy tokenization of assets, allowing companies to be more liquid.