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Bibox: The first AI enhanced encrypted digital asset exchange platform

“A dream team of early bitcoin enthusiasts, adopters of blockchain, established series entrepreneurs, professional securities traders, Venture Capitalists (VC), high-tech Angel Investors and one of the best A.I. expert in the industry” is what was needed to send Bibox Exchange up to the top fifteen exchange worldwide, in less than a year.
Since the launch of the platform, Bibox exchange attracted more than a million traders and reached more than two hundred million dollars in daily volume over 206 trading pairs.

First seen as Binance’s younger sister, due to the similar designs of the two platforms, Bibox found a way to stand out on its own. The advantages of the platform are based on principles of security, stability and transparency. These are the advantages that Jeffery Lei, CEO, has emphasized since the beginning of the project. Bibox Exchange has positioned itself as the first AI enhanced encrypted digital asset exchange platform thanks to a full panel of quantitative algorithms offered to both individuals and professional investors to automate their trading. Furthermore, the platform placed itself in the niche of “mid-caps” tokens, thereby avoiding a strong competition of Binance, already well established in the crypto sphere. …

I-C-O. These three letters recently changed the crowdfunding market for ever. In 2016, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) raised $96 million globally. Last year, this amount surged to $4 billion. The mood was jubilant, but, with such impressive growth rates expectations became higher and higher. So, where does the ICO market go from here?

Understanding ICOs

The crypto sphere is a brand-new world with its own vocabulary. We often hear terms like “private round,” “testnet,” “softcap,” “fork,” etc. For crypto early-believers these terms are already well-known. Wall Street traders have generally been able to learn quickly — given similarities to existing financial vocabulary. …

R-I-P-P-L-E — I first started hearing the word in 2017. It was one of those funny words like “Yahoo” or “Google.” What do all these words have in common? They’re the sort of words you don’t understand until ten years later you wish you had invested in them.

Ripple was all over the news last week: “XRP Skyrockets 64% in 24 Hours” “Ripple Passes Ethereum to Become World’s Second Largest Cryptocurrency,” “Will XRP Take Bitcoin’s Place?”etc.
Something seemed strange about the sudden wave of optimism — as though the market was excited to have anything positive to comment on.

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From Cryptocurrency to Utility…

Seeing an asset go from almost $20,000 ten months ago to $6,000 today is scary. In the world of financial markets, fear is a sentiment that can cost you everything you have. In order to stop being frightened by what is happening today we must understand why it is happening. What scares us the most is what we don’t understand.

The first cryptocurrency, known as Bitcoin, was created in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto in response to the fall of Lehman Brothers’ and the ensuing global financial crisis. Nakamoto’s goal was to create a decentralized and secured currency that could be used by anyone, uncorrelated to political scandal or economic crisis. …


Jonathan Solomon Hababou

Institutional Digital Asset Services @EnigmaSecurities

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