With rapid blockchain development and new blockchain projects popping up every day, it can seem hard to stay up with new trends. …


Get to know which decentralized finance projects are likely to change the market.

Let’s start our piece with a quick recap: everyone remembers 2020 when the market turned bullish and DeFi entered the scene. After a huge rise, some analysts predicted that interest in this phenomenon would wane, but even in 2021, the decentralized finance market has continued to kick goals. The reason…


One of the big use cases that is brought up when discussing the efficacy of blockchain is how it can be utilized as a part of supply chains.

  • Research from MarketsAndMarkets shows that current uptake remains relatively modest, with market size in 2020 sitting at just over USD$253 million, predicting…


Smart contract audits are becoming more prominent as part of the DeFi sector. While they have always been integral, running automated and manual code checks is now a standard, in order to counter high-profile attacks that have been perpetrated against DeFi protocols over the last couple of years.

Each DeFi…


Ever since its invention, social media has been attracting scrutiny. Used by roughly half the planet, its widespread use has only grown amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with people using it to feel closer to friends and family, break the solitary monotony associated with remote work, and even augment online education.


2021 shows a promising start for new crypto and blockchain projects due to the cutting-edge source of liquidity. New tokens have become an incentive which in turn has lead to significant activity. Every day, the influence of decentralized finance (DeFi) in the sector grows. This has been associated with the…


2020 was a groundbreaking year for blockchain applications — decentralized applications (dApps) gained exceptional growth as transaction volume exceeded $270 billion. …

Igor Stadnyk

Founder and CEO of INC4, I help fintech firms create blockchain and cryptocurrency solutions.

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