Unusual Movements in the Business Market with BlockChain
We’re finally seeing what the hopeful few have been talking about for years, business adoption of crypto. An ICO I thankfully invested in early in 2017, HIVE is doing incredible. Now my wife asked I look into something called Banana Coin. If you’re at all like me, you immediately assume this is another trash token made as a joke by someone to see how much money they can get from morons. It turns out; this is in my mother-in-law’s home province. A company has been growing bananas in Vientiane, Laos for approximately three years now since early 2015 and they want to expand. I don’t know much, anything, about commodity stocks, but this token seems to have a legitimate purpose very similar to the conventional investment arena. Their ICO is ongoing and from my perspective is a community service with potential for profit.
This is by far the most straightforward token I’ve ever had to explain. One token represents 1 Kilogram of bananas from the company. Seriously, that’s it. Their primary export market is China, which we all know is economically growing at near the speed of the U.S. during the 1950’s. The token can be exchanged for bananas on site, but also allows for trade just like the wheat or oil market. It is important to note that commodity markets can be extremely volatile. For instance, if China decides to place an embargo on Laos, there is nothing we can do but cry. As the primary market, the company would likely fail, and this token would become worthless. If China puts some economic help in place to encourage more importation of bananas from Laos, we may see a massive spike in price. The only reason to hold this token is in hopes of a big price spike. There is also no guarantee that it isn’t a scam. Just because they say they will accept the token for bananas doesn’t mean the company will after they get enough money to buy the land they want.
Bottom line, if you have the money, want to take the gamble of potentially doubling it, and want to support a growing 3rd world economy, throw some money at it. If that isn’t you, then I’d advise staying clear. Until I see some more documentation and communications from the company, this remains at a C, invest at your own risk. I threw in .5 ETH, but only because I can afford to lose it, not because I NEED the potential double or triple profits.
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Business is shifting
You might be wondering why I’m talking to you about a commodity token, and especially bananas. This goes to show the ever-shifting crypto market and the adaption of business to it. We’re starting to see the international market adopt crypto. This brings me to our next spotlight, HIVE. They have done for companies the other side of what PROOF has done. As a business, PROOF allows you to tokenize and ensure your business with ease. HIVE, on the other hand, will enable you to get a loan, give credit, or accept loaned crypto in exchange for retail products. After the transaction complete, you are rated. This process, without the rating, is incredibly typical in the retail industry, but HIVE has taken it a step farther.