The Happiest Place On Earth Is Ready For Blockchain
What if the happiest place on earth uses the Blockchain Technology to provide better services to the public? It is an interesting proposition, right?
Disney had this plan three years ago but placed on hold for some reasons. Their plan to create their own Blockchain-based platform called Dragonchain was once again revisited by experts.
We are all aware that Blockchain is the world’s leading software platform for digital currencies. It offers the major creation blockchain platform in the world; this technology enabled us to build an unconventional financial system.
The integration will make the happiest place even happier as this project continues to flourish.
Disney-Linked Blockchain Startup Dragonchain Concludes $15 Million ICO
Blockchain startup Dragonchain has concluded a $15 million initial coin offering (ICO) for its enterprise blockchain platform that originally began as a prototype at Disney’s innovation-focused Seattle office.
Disney had originally conceived Dragonchain in 2014 as a blockchain-based asset management platform, but two years later it shelved the project and released it as open source software. Earlier this year, a group of former Disney employees resurrected the project and decided to raise funds through a utility token crowdsale that ran from October 2 to November 2.
The startup had already raised $1.4 million during a presale for its dragon tokens (DRGN), and it added approximately $13.7 billion during its public ICO, bringing its fundraising total to near $15.1 million.
As explained on the project website, the Dragonchain platform is a hybrid public-private blockchain solution that enables companies to maintain full control over sensitive internal data while also serving as a bridge to bitcoin and other public blockchains.
“We’re attempting to mix a “tried and true” classical software architecture (security and scalability) with a decentralized blockchain system, with simplified integration for those without blockchain experience, whilst allowing an organization to retain complete and explicit control over its data, processing, and network without worry about the community or public network,” the website states.