« Pour une entreprise, créer sa cryptomonnaie est un levier intéressant. En émettant des ICO, Initial Coin Offering, l’entreprise mène une opération semblable au financement participatif. “Pour créer une monnaie d’entreprise, on émet de TOKEN, des actifs numériques, qui sont ensuite vendus à des investisseurs qui eux achètent en bitcoin. La société émettrice dispose ensuite des … Continuer la lecture de ITespresso : entretien avec Gilles Fedak, fondateur d’iExec Source: Bitcoin.fr

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