Published on May 18th, 2017 | by bitcoin0
Here are the five startups competing in this year’s event:
CoinDesk’s second annual “Proof-of-Work” startup competition is gearing up to take place in New York at Consensus 2017 next week.
Describing Livepeer as a crypto-token protocol for peer-to-peer live video broadcasting, Doug Petkanics, the startup’s co-founder, believes the startup could be the “media layer” of a decentralized internet stack.
Using smart contracts and the ethereum blockchain, Livepeer envisions itself as a peer-to-peer video platform that uses incentives newly developed with blockchain tech.
Health Wizz is a mobile app, allowing its users to aggregate health data from wearables and electronic health records systems.
“The hardware is provided by HPE, and MineBox is the provider of the operating system which is based on CentOS,” Petrushev said.