Blockchain, as an industry, has entered its Cambrian phase. A glut of investor interest has led to an explosion in the technical diversity of projects now underway. During the first half of 2017 alone, over one billion dollars were directed to the funding of blockchain start-ups. This money, which supports the development of competing technologies, is accelerating the speed of fragmentation in the industry. Blockchain technology is poised to change nearly every facet of our digital lives, from the way we send money to the way we heat our homes. By preventing third parties, blockchain promise to make our systems more efficient. By circumventing censorship, they promise to make our operations more equitable. And if properly implemented, they could make our systems more reliable and secure. All these changes will arrive more quickly, and their effects will be compounded if the parties who are now building them work together. Today that is not the case. Alliances have been announced. But, thus far, what they have added to the industry is more blockchains, more designs, more choices, more competition. In this whitерареr, wе рrеѕеnt the BitKAM which is a hybrid, semi-decentralized exchange that provides a trustless, real-time, high-throughput trading experience in conjunction with blockchain based settlement having social media features. BitKAM Exchange enables institutions and individuals to trade continuously and allowing them to earn incentives through programs created by BitKAM.
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