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Hedera hashgraph's Interesting Startup companies

Hi guys, welcome back to an exciting post! I will be writing about a few of the very Interesting Startups that are Incubated by Helix (Hedera hashgraph's Start-up Incubator). Please also read my post where I wrote about Helix if you haven't already known.

HopOn
These guys sound exciting - Wish you could make some money out of your mobile data? with the help of their app, you can share your mobile data with anyone in the world and get paid! plus you name the price! what do you guys think? let me know in the comment box below!

Hashing System
A domain name registry marketplace for the graph. simply put it, Godaddy for Hedera hasgraph.

Otrafy
"In 2017 alone there were 36 million pounds of fake organic food that entered the US market," says Otrafy in one of their Medium post, if it's true then those people should be dealt with severe consequences! Otrafy is trying to expose fake organic foods.

Ooniq
Their goal is to bring simple insurance solutions at affordable prices wi…

Hedera Hashgraph's Incubator venture & more

Hi friends welcome back to another post! this time it's about hashgraph's incubation venture.

Hashgraph has partnered with Mind Fund, a Hong Kong-based VC to launch accelerator Incubation HELIX to groom the next-gen distributed ledger tech startups exclusively on hashgraph platform. Yes, we know what that means, more and more companies would be forming based on hedera hashgraph.


HELIX has so much to offer, 100kUSD funding for your project, accommodation for 10 weeks in Hong Kong, even logistical help such as Visa and many more, just like how a mummy would take care of her child, so you can focus on what is important for the future, welcome to the future.

The hashgraph consensus algorithm has also been mathematically proved to be the first public ledger that has a computer verified mathematical proof that it is truly asynchronous Byzantine Fault Tolerant (ABFT), validated by Coq Proof Assistant and completed by Karl Crary, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Me…