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Partnering with ConsenSys, Amazon Web Services Launches Kaleido Blockchain Platform

Introducing Kaleido, Amazon’s Foray into Blockchain

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Amazon just made its entrance into the blockchain industry, and it’s opening the door with a platform that’s meant to make it easier for businesses and enterprises to implement the nascent technology.

Partnering with ConsenSys, Amazon Web Services Launches Kaleido Blockchain Platform

The web services monolith has partnered with the Ethereum incubator ConsenSys to bring the Kaleido Blockchain Business Cloud platform, “an all-in-one blockchain platform aimed at speeding and simplifying enterprise use of the technology,” to the Amazon Web Service’s Marketplace.

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According to an official press release by Amazon, “Kaleido provides a full solution for those ready for something more than do-it-yourself scripts or templates, streamlining the process of standing up secure, private blockchain networks without sacrificing the ability to customize the environment. These private networks offer all the benefits of the underlying blockchain technology, while maintaining the necessary levels of security and performance.”

In essence, Kaleido was developed to lower those barriers of entry, both technical and financial, that have kept organizations from applying or experimenting with blockchain technology for their business operations.  The brain-child of ConsenSys, Kaleido runs on Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) and is available on the AWS marketplace. Featured in AWS’s suite of applications, Kaleido is compatible with Amazon’s existing web services, including Amazon EMR, Amazon Athena, and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud, among others.

A Hybrid Approach to Enterprise Blockchain Networks

When attempting to implement and deploy blockchain networks, companies often run into insurmountable or costly obstacles. Confronted with a technical labyrinth of consensus mechanisms, governance models, and coding languages–not to mention the lexicon of technical jargon that accompanies these–implementing blockchain solutions can become more of a hassle than the problems they seek to fix.

“Customers are running into a common set of problems and pitfalls as they invest significant time and money in their blockchain projects,” Steve Cerveny, ConsenSys’ enterprise lead and founder of the Kaleido platform explains. “So, we assembled a team to build a platform that pulls together—in a simple, cohesive, and unified way—the right experiences and tools. We knew we needed to design a platform from the business problems down, since that is where the enduring problems are that companies face in the blockchain space.”

Kaleido’s private-public approach to system operations looks to provide organizations with the immutable security of a public blockchain without compromising the flexibility of a private network. This “dual mode” allows Kaleido’s users to link a private, permissioned system built on Ethereum to the public, permissionless Ethereum network at large. Actions on the private chain, therefore, are anchored to the Ethereum mainnet, making it easy to publicly verify any data or information should a conflict arise internally within an organization’s private system.

In addition to these relay anchors, Kaleido features integrated analytics and support for various consensus mechanisms (e.g., IBFT, RAFT, POA) and protocol options (e.g., Geth and Quorum).

A Step Towards Accessibility 

In 2015, ConsenSys attempted to bring similar enterprise solutions to the forefront of the tech industry’s attention with Ethereum Blockchain as-a-Service (E BaaS) through Microsoft’s cloud-powered Azure. E BaaS, though, was a sandbox service that offered its users a set of scripts and basic tools to begin building their own blockchain applications.

Kaleido takes E BaaS’s precedent a step further. More than mere scripts and tools, it is a fully-functional, ready-to-deploy blockchain platform available through Amazon’s cloud. This will allow entities with no former blockchain experience or coding talent to launch solutions that meet their privacy, compliance, and sclability needs while retaining the blockchain’s public assurance of security and reliability.

As the first ever blockchain software as a service built on Ethereum, Kaleido could be an augur for the future of blockchain’s mainstream and conventional adoption.

“Since the inception of ConsenSys in 2014, we have been on a mission to accelerate the adoption of Ethereum and all the benefits that decentralization can bring to business and societies around the world,” states Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum and founder of ConsenSys. “We believe Kaleido will become a de-facto standard and a global blockchain platform for business, providing an underlying foundation that until today was missing from the enterprise toolkit.”

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Article originally appear on CoinCentral.

Thousands of Crypto Coins Dead: These Are Top 5

Although digital currencies have shown a substantial amount of progress over the past few years, recent volatility in the crypto world is giving skeptics more reason to stay doubtful.

While we have seen a consistent stream of innovation with new currencies, particularly in the past 18 months, there are now more than 800 of them that have been pronounced dead. This means that the coins have no value, trading at less than 1 cent. Most commonly the failure of these coins is due to their lack of integrity — being a scam or a joke — or because the product did not materialize. Many of the obsolete cryptocurrencies are listed on the website Dead Coins, which describes itself as a “strategic partnership to clean up crypto.” Coinopsy is another site that has reported dead coins. When considering reports from both sources, the number of dead projects accumulates into the thousands, with reasons ranging from true abandonment to outright scams.

Thousands of Crypto Coins Dead: These Are Top 5

Creating New Tokens: Risky by Nature 

A process called an initial coin offering (ICO) can create new digital tokens. In this process, a start-up can issue a new currency that is available for purchase by investors. While the investor does not obtain an equity stake in the company, the purchased cryptocurrency can be used on the product of the company. Since the coins are cheap while holding potential for substantial returns down the line, people often buy into an ICO.

By their very nature, ICOs are highly risky. Moreover, these kinds of investments have been riddled with fraud. Just in 2018, a scam ICO called Giza was reported by CNBC. It was a fake startup that ran off with $2 million in investor money, giving plenty of fuel to skeptics to continue to doubt the legitimacy of this industry.

It is important to keep in mind that everyone expects the startups to fail. The problem is the massive amount of cash that floods into these projects before they are ready — this is the primary cause for concern. When startups receive more fuel than they can keep up with, the resulting conflagration ultimately consumes both the company and the founders, which is not helpful to the investors in return.

The conflagrations are, unfortunately, a global phenomenon. In 2017 alone, dead ICOs and scams raised $1 billion, and nearly 300 startups had been marked as questionable. The lock-ups and pricing scams within the ICO market are using greed rather than rational thinking, and are hurting the industry more than helping it. In the end, it is crucial to invest only what you can afford to lose and expect any token that you invest in to fail. Then if it succeeds, you will be pleasantly surprised, and if it fails, you will avoid devastation.

Even Bitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization or value, has had a tough year.

Although it hit a record high of nearly $20,000 last year, it has since decreased by nearly 70%, according to data from CoinDesk. While Bitcoin is still among the stronger of coins, many others have not been as fortunate. To note are five of the greatest failures in cryptocurrency history thus far.

The Biggest Crypto Token Failures 

Spacebit

SpaceBit has long held the status of one of the most ambitious cryptocurrency projects thus far. And perhaps rightly so, as this is the company that wanted to launch several “nano-satellites” into orbit to provide a globally-accessible blockchain, which would be used for the storage of Bitcoin as well as helping unbanked regions access financial services. This announcement attracted much attention and enthusiasm from the public, gaining massive support behind them. However, the project ultimately disappeared. There was never any prototype or proof-of-concept, and eventually, all talk about SpaceBIT faded out completely. Supposedly the team behind SpaceBIT is now completely focused on a new project called BlockVerify, so SpaceBIT has been put on the shelf for good.

GEMS

Originally branded as “Gems” but now named “GetGems,” this was a social networking platform that uses cryptocurrency to pay members that view advertisements within the app. Having made grand claims in 2014 about disrupting social media, the result was somewhat disappointing with an underwhelmingly low crowdsale that year. Since then, GetGems has been overtaken by competitors, but they are still running; they have seen the most success in the country of Uzbekistan, ranking in 63rd place among apps.

Dogecoin

Although this cryptocurrency began as a joke, it quickly evolved into a success with a passionate community behind it that became known for donating to charity with DOGE. After a successful streak, the Dogecoin collapsed. To make matters worse, founder Alex Green had disappeared with everyone’s money, shutting down the exchange. This led to the crashing of DOGE and disbandment of its community.

PayCoin

Launched in 2014, PayCoin grew to be one of the largest cryptocurrencies worldwide by market capitalization. The coin’s white paper presented a vision for new variations of blockchain technology that would produce a new breed of cryptocurrency. However, it quickly became evident that the coin would not live up to this vision when its founder converted PayCoin into a generic altcoin clone, which made it easier to push onto the market faster. As it lacked follow-through, people ultimately lost faith in the coin. By 2015, GAW shut down entirely and faced a federal investigation, with its founder fleeing the United States.

DAO

Taking first place in cryptocurrency failure is the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO), an Ethereum-based coin. While its beginnings were met with great enthusiasm, including large purchases of the token, one incident had changed the entire course of this currency transactions. When an attacker exploited a vulnerability in the DAO smart contract, this led to a loss of more than $50 million. After information about the attack became well known, the token became abandoned by traders, throwing it into a downward spiral.

Final Thoughts

There has been intense pressure and skepticism placed on the crypto world, perpetuated by consistent news of novel scams or unsuccessful coins. However, optimism for the industry remains strong. Proponents of crypto expect regulators to learn to be more favorable towards the field, which could boost participation in the market. Similarly, there is a lot of optimism for the future of ICOs as an alternative to initial public offerings and venture capital funding. It is true that many coins have not survived, but there are also many coins that have. Every impactful innovation has its trials and tribulations, but that does not mean that it cannot evolve into a success that improves the way we live our lives.

Article originally appeared on MintDice.

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