Lydian becomes first ICO to accepts ByteCoin as payment method during its Public Crowdsale.
Bytecoin (BCN) is the first cryptocurrency based on the CryptoNote technology, launched in July 2012, and is currently estimated to be valued at $1.2 billion on Coinmarketcap.com at the time of its release.
BCN has partnered with Lydian to allow users to participate in the company’s public ICO that begins today. This is the first time the crypto community can use ByteCoin to purchase tokens on an ICO.
“We are very excited about partnering with Lydian and letting people participate in their ICO using ByteCoin,”
Said Jenny Goldberg from ByteCoin.
Lydian, which has launched its public ICO today, is developing its own Whisper Network Protocol, the fastest blockless directed acyclic ledger that accomplishes scalability, security, and true decentralization as it achieves consensus at record speeds. Lydian, is a subsidiary of the DaVinci Marketing Cloud, a company that works with Fortune 500 brands all across the globe. The team behind Lydian has created over $1 billion in shareholder value and this is their most ambitious product yet. Lydian will be building two decentralized applications using their own Whisper Network Protocol. MonaChain will combat ad-fraud, while MonaBrowse will combat the rise of ad-blockers.
“This is a unique opportunity for the whole crypto community to participate on our journey using Bytecoin in completing a successful ICO. We are very excited about this partnership and look forward to having the ByteCoin community become LydianCoin participants,”
Said Kamal Kaur, Chairwoman & CEO of DaVinci Marketing Cloud.
About DaVinci Marketing Cloud
DaVinci11 is the world’s first high-frequency, machine-learning, marketing OS, built to enhance the advertising and SaaS industries. It collates customer experiences so marketers can target a customer throughout the entire purchase journey and across all consumer touch-points, regardless of delivery channel. Its proprietary AI technology, Mona Lisa, builds a consumer persona by aggregating data across many channels. The platform’s fluid and constant in-stream of data is sorted into a semantic graph to form connection clusters, using the correlation variables. All through a single click, it empowers agencies and marketers to allow connected software to optimize a manually driven $230 billion global advertising market. The company’s headquarters are in Miami, but it has offices in Sydney, Auckland, Madrid, Singapore, London, Dublin, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Christchurch, Taipei, and India.