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Kryptonite 1 PLC - Blockchain arena hotting up!

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When carrying out some research on Coinsiliium I came across a company called Kryptonite 1 PLC which is also listed on the NEX Exchange and which is also a investor in high growth Blockchain start up companies.


Whether Bitcoin succeeds or fails, whether Bitcoin continues upwards or at some point crashes, Blockchain is here to stay and is the future. Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) as it is also known is finding more and more uses from shipping, medical records, bank transactions, etc. Cryptography and Cryptology have been around for many years but now it is becoming as vital as the Internet was twenty five years ago.


It could be argued that Blockchain could be more important than the Internet. The internet is used to access information and to communicate. However Blockchain could be used to streamline, make more efficient, reduce time, reduce cost, etc. in relation to bank transactions, storing of medical records, birth certificates, death certificates, wills, assets that one owns and so much much much more.


Coinsiliium has already gone up 400% over the past year and nearly 200% over the past month alone. Kryptonite 1 is matching the trend. On-Line Blockchain PLC though at present is utter garbage is trying to jump on the bandwagon of Blockchain and saw its shares roar 300% + on just one day on a name change. Blue Star Capital PLC is also trying to join in the party with its investment in SatoshiPay. This area is hotting up and getting very exciting. This may be another way to join the party without taking the gamble on Bitcoin and without having to speculate on Bitcoin. Sometimes it is the people that make the company great as they run it after all. It is blockchain the technology that makes Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies great. Bet on the people you think will make a company successful and bet on the technology that makes digital currencies great.

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