Is EmerCoin the Future of Blockchain Technology?

While the Cryptocurrency world is occupied by the big names of Crytpo; Bitcoin, Ethereum, DASH, etc. I’ve been researching future long-term crypto plays in the lower priced Altcoins. One that has stood out as a diamond in the rough is Emercoin (EMC). The development team of this coin have gone way beyond cryptocurrency with their blockchain applications.

EMCSSHSecure shell management system needed by every site admin.

EMCDNS – Uncensored domain name system, peering with OpenNIC.

EMCLNX – Decentralized pay-per-click advertising network.

EMCSSL – System for passwordless authentication on the world wide web.

EMCTTS – Trusted storage for digital timestamps on the blockchain.

EMCDPO – Digital proof of ownership solution for physical or digital goods and services.

Infocard – Storage for electronic business cards for use with EMCSSL.

Magnet – Distributed torrent tracker for internet file sharing.

Aside from these blockchain applications, Emercoin team has developed its own R&D department for further development of blockchain related technologies. Given the fact that the Emercoin is moving beyond cryptocurrency with its developments, the possibility of its cryptocurrency being integrated exclusively within its other blockchain applications is definite possibility.

Recent news out of the EconTimes suggests that this coin may be ready to explode as the integration of its non-monetary blockchains become internationally accepted. That’s why I have personally invested in EMC for the long term. In my opinion, its a no brainer.

Much like the “smart contract” technology that makes Ethereum attractive to long term investors, Emercoin takes many steps further. Moreover, they are currently in development on more blockchain applications as we speak. Growth potential, especially at these prices (EMC trading at $0.80 a coin), makes this a genuine long term wealth generating opportunity.

Ghost

 

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One thought on “Is EmerCoin the Future of Blockchain Technology?

  1. 80 cents a coin huh, i’ll keep an eye out for this one if it shoots to 1.10 i’ll be down af. thanks for the tippy ghostie!

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