Published On: Tue, May 30th, 2017

DCORP -Democratizing Venture Capital: Unlock the potential of the blockchain.

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A new blockchain initiative by a team of Dutch entrepreneurs aims to decentralize and democratize venture capital. Featuring the world’s first decentralized derivatives exchange, providing investors and speculators the financial tools they trust.
Options and futures redefined for the blockchain using revolutionary decentralized leverage solutions.
“We will build an ocean of value, drop by drop. There is so much potential still to be unlocked in the ‘internet of value’, and we believe we’ve found a way to take a big leap forward”, as Frank Bonnet said when asked to briefly explain the vision behind the DCORP initiative.

DCORP is a unique DECENTRALIZED CORPORATION aimed at funding and accelerating innovation whilst generating value for all stakeholders . It manages its own crypto-token (DRP) and the Ether (ETH) that it holds. The DRP token is used to give a voice to the shareholders (you), the Ether is used to fund projects and attract talent, in order to unlock value through innovative business applications. The uniqueness lies in the fact that every funded project is, like the derivatives exchange, a series of smart-contract which in turn generates more Ether for DCORP and thus its token holders.

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