Etherparty Announces Winners, Projects Receive Crowdfund Package Valued at USD $100K

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EP Logo3resize - Etherparty Announces Winners, Projects Receive Crowdfund Package Valued at USD $100KVANCOUVER, July 3, 2018 /CNW/ - Canadian blockchain technology company Etherparty Smart Contracts, Inc. ("Etherparty"), provider of smart contract software solutions for enterprise and everyday use on the world's most popular blockchains, is proud to announce—and congratulate—the winning entries in the Rocket Three for Free contest, which initially kicked off in April.

The three winners, in alphabetical order, are: Covalent, Now Art and Vanyx.

"The contest received a wide range of ideas, new and exciting concepts. Our contest winners spoke especially to innovation and to making a difference and that's the kind of initiatives we want to support, now and into the future," said CEO at Etherparty, Kevin Hobbs.

The total crowdfund package is valued at around USD $100,000. Each project is awarded with token and crowdfund smart contracts, which are part of Rocket, Etherparty's packaged software solution for cryptocurrency-based crowdfunding. In addition, each project will be offered consulting support and token sale guidance, as needed, throughout the process.

Covalent indexes blockchain transaction data, which is composed of over 70,000 smart contracts and 500 million contract executions across seven different blockchains.

"Having access to Etherparty's triple-verified crowdfunding smart contracts is a foundational piece of tech that we don't have to build in-house and so we can focus on our business instead," said Ganesh Swami, CEO of Vancouver, B.C.-based Covalent.

NOW Art is a Los Angeles, California-based women's run organization of curators, producers and artists servicing the increasing need of curating, producing and expanding public art. The organization will be using blockchain technology to make art more accessible and transparent for the public/private sector, using its coin as a tool to create and place art in public spaces.

"NOW Art is very excited to bridge the gap between smart contract technology and the art industry thanking Etherparty and its software Rocket. Our organization is excited to implement this new technology and enter a new frontier as it will enhance cultural production and access to art," said Carmen Zella, director at NOW Art.

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Vanyx, another Vancouver, B.C.-based company, provides instant and private transactions on the blockchain. Built on top of proven technologies, Vanyx uses a hybrid architecture incorporating DAG and blockchain technology.

"We are excited to be a part of Etherparty's crowdfunding platform. Up to this point, we have been purely focused on building a great project — Rocket will greatly accelerate the go-to-market process," said Josh Ma, co-founder of Vanyx.

Visit rocket.etherparty.com for more information on user-friendly token crowdsale creator, Rocket. See etherparty.com to view news and information on Etherparty and its other software products.

About Etherparty
Etherparty is a blockchain platform working to enable a connected and inclusive world by building easy-to-use, versatile and intuitive smart contract solutions. Visit: etherparty.com.

About Rocket
Rocket is a user-friendly token creation platform designed for entrepreneurs and creatives. Follow a step-by-step process, paired with industry-leading customer support, to launch and track a globally-accessible token crowdsale. Rocket is the path to achieving your fundraising goals. Visit: rocket.etherparty.com to learn more.

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