When you hear cryptocurrency, to most people what instantly comes to mind is Bitcoin. This is because of how it has broken boundaries and proved critics wrong about blockchain technology. What people do not know though is the close number two, of the hundreds of crypto now out there. Ethereum is the second most valuable crypto after Bitcoin, currently standing at an exciting $284.84 as of today according to Coindesk. Just 4 years old, it has gained value immensely over those few years. “Launched in July of 2015, Ethereum is the largest and most well-established, open-ended decentralized software platform that enables smart contracts and Distributed Applications (DApps) to be built and run without any downtime, fraud, control or interference from a third party,” (Bajpai, 2019).
Waruingi (2018) defines Ubricoin as “a decentralized application (DApp) built on Ethereum protocol.” That should automatically tell you that Ubricoin is value. Ubricoin is a utility token that exists to support life science research and development, generic drug manufacturing and health service delivery. It will be the gateway to the biomedical world, which comprises of the brainchild of Ubricoin founders, Soko Janja, health service delivery and biomedical industrial city.
Ubricoin’s potential is a close match to its mother, Ether, referred to by tech enthusiasts as digital oil. It provides ‘gas’ for decentralized apps on the network. Ethereum, being a younger and improved version of Bitcoin, is the best bet for you to place your money.
Start with purchasing some Ubricoin and join the Ethereum movement for the race against Bitcoin.
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Bajpai, P. (2019). Bitcoin vs ethereum. Driven by different purposes. Retrieved d=from https://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/031416/bitcoin-vs-ethereum-driven-different-purposes.asp
Waruingi, M. (2018). Ubricoin: Blockchain technology for global health. Ensuring universal access for you and your loved ones. Makuyu, Muranga: Don Bosco Printing School.