- Project TypeBlockchain
- AlgorithmNone specified
- Circulating SupplyNone specified
- Total SupplyNone specified
- Max Supply1,030,000,000
- Primary SectorEvents & Entertainment
- JurisdictionNone specified
Robert Binning is an active cryptocurrency enthusiast who was introduced to blockchain technology through mining bitcoin back in 2012. Robert has contributed to the success and sustainability of multiple cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin & Ethereum, and continues to mine transactions on multiple chains today. Before cofounding StreamSpace in 2016, Robert experimented with how distributed storage networks can be leveraged to improve the performance of various different multimedia applications.
James Baggett’s first foray into blockchain technology began in the early 2010s, trading bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Prior to co-founding StreamSpace, James spent his days developing real estate (navigating financiers, government entities, and value-add opportunities), and his nights monitoring the development of the blockchain community. In 2013, when the Ethereum white paper was published, it became clear to James that blockchain would have applications outside of currency.
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1. Live token offeringsNo live token offerings
2. Upcoming token offeringsNo upcoming token offerings
3. Past token offerings
|StreamSpace ICO||23 Oct 2017||20 Nov 2017|
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