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What is Dogezer?
Dogezer is a next generation crowdsourcing and collaboration platform targeted to reshape the way people are working together. We are targeting software development at the start, but are pretty sure that our solution will cover other industries in future.
01. Software Development Collaboration platform
02. $.90 = 1 DGZ token
03. February 15, 2018 — March 8, 2018
04. 98,000,000 total available / 100,000,000 total supply
05. Alpha Version is Live | 10% Bonus during 1st week
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World of Ether, an Ethereum based crypto collectible game, has just sealed a partnership that will catapult the game straight to the top. The team behind the project is steadily ramping up for their Q1 release and to date, has sold 1711 “presale” eggs on the game’s site. Each egg hatches into a monster that you can either collect, battle, breed, sire or sell. The community around the game is buzzing as players anxiously await new and emerging details on the game’s intricacies. Well, folks, the team at World of Ether has officially partnered with Coinbase’s app, Toshi. Toshi is a mobile browser for the Ethereum blockchain, and it allows users on their mobile devices to interface with decentralized applications (dApps). This is huge news for egg holders as originally the game could only be accessed via desktop, with MetaMask. With this new partnership, users can play World of Ether anywhere.
Blockchain-based games have become a hot commodity in the cryptocurrency space. Ethereum-based CryptoKitties was the first game to take off on the market and since its inception, more and more games are being released. Etheremon is the latest game to be launched on the Ethereum blockchain. The idea of gaming on the blockchain is very new. The traditional game is controlled by a company and the game behavior can be changed easily by them. As a decentralized application, no one controls this game, and no one can take away your assets or cheat you in this world. It is immune to any outside influence as it’s guaranteed to execute only what the smart contracts were programmed to do. Moreover, because Ethereum runs on thousands of machines simultaneously, the services are provided with a 100% uptime guarantee. In Etheremon, all players share the same world. For example, there are only 195 Pangrass, so the maximum number of players that can have Pangrass at any particular time is 195. Users can also play with others via battle modes. It is similar to any online games, but there is no centralized server, all actions are done via Ethereum network. From those attributes, players can earn money from playing. Players can sell, lend their Etheremon to others, and as the resources are limited and transparent, there is a need for collecting them. It is similar to Bitcoin, there is a limit cap and no one controls it.
At CCN we have been following the Kodak story – a once monolithic print photography company that has struggled to adapt to the digital world. The announcement that the brand was turning to blockchain with KODAKCoin, which aims to protect photographers’ digital rights utilizing immutable distributed ledger technology, swept through the crypto space. Despite the ICO’s early wobbles,
when the coin finally launched it tripled from its ICO price, leaving initial investors pleased and observers optimistic regarding the company’s transformed future. However, investment research firm Kerrisdale Capital this week has released a crippling 22-page indictment on the project. Referring to the company as a “dying relic of American manufacturing”, (KODAK went bankrupt in 2013),
Kerrisdale sees the $300m ICO as a cash grab that “will never deliver promised benefits”.