Ahead of Ethereum’s third anniversary this coming Monday, 30th of July, read some commentary from a diverse range of companies within the space on Ethereum’s journey to date, the impact it has had/will have on multiple sectors, and the untold potential it holds to entirely disrupt numerous industries to come. Nick Cowan, CEO of the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX),  which aims to position itself as a world-leading institutional-grade token sale platform and digital asset exchange that is a subsidiary of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange, a European Union (EU) regulated stock exchange says: “It is quite clear the positive impact Ethereum has had on the crypto space as a whole and I don’t believe we would have seen such a rapid development of the token-sale market without it.

The diverse applications and use cases for Ethereum and its smart contracts have given us a rich and diverse mix of projects. The Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange focused the initial development of our institutional-grade token sale platform, the GBX GRID, on ERC-20 tokens.

This meteoric rise of tokens as a new route to financing for companies has changed the world and I think we’re still only at the beginning. There is still so much more to come.” Roberto Rabasco, Co-Founder and Application and Cloud Technology Expert of Orvium, an open source platform for managing scholarly publications’ lifecycles, says: “‘Frontier’, the first Live release codename of the Ethereum project, generated the Genesis block exactly two years ago.

Today we celebrate Ethereum’s anniversary as the adoption of this technology becomes more widespread, backed up with more than 250,000 developers and 1,800 registered DApps. Perhaps more importantly, 94 out of the top 100 blockchain projects have launched on top of the Ethereum network.

Ethereum has paved the way for many interesting projects like EOS, NEO, Cardano and Zilliqa, highlighting how indispensable this technology has become across a wide spectrum of industries. These projects raised significant funds during their respective ICOs, but have also thrived as a result of dedicated communities and teams of developers building the underlying infrastructure to enable the simple launch of applications. Read more from coinannouncer.com…

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