Komodo (cryptocurrency)

Komodo (cryptocurrency)

Komodo is cryptocurrency with private transactions utilizing delayed proof of work consensus

Komodo (KMD) is a decentralized, open source end-to-end blockchain and cryptocurrency platform designed for developers of any industry to complete transactions while maintaining anonymity. The Komodo platform was forked from Zcash in 2014 by an anonymous group lead by someone under the pseudonym JL777. Komodo was the first cryptocurrency to use a delayed Proof-of-Work (dPoW) consensus mechanism. Solution providers working with Komodo include ChainZilla, Chainmakers, and RedFox Labs. Posrtfolio products and services offered by Komodo include: a Smart Chain composer, security services, a decentralized exchange that supports atomic swaps, and white-label wallets.

The Komodo platform uses blockchain technology that aids the flexible, secure, interoperable, and scalable creation of blockchain-based business solutions. Users of the Komodo platform are encouraged to use a multi-coin cryptocurrency wallet, called Agama, that allows users to collect Komodo (KMD) active user rewards.

Antara Smart Chain Composer

In July 2019 Komodo launched a blockchain tool for launching and deploying custom Smart Chains called the Antara Smart Chain Composer that works with Amazon Web Services.

Timeline

People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Ben Fairbank

General Manager

Daniel Christopher Pigeon

Employee

Davion Ziere

Employee

James Lee

Founder & Core Developer

Kadan Stadelmann

CTO

Komodo Platform

Employee

Saddam Hossain

QA & Support Manager

Steve Lee

CMO

Further reading

Title
Author
Link
Type
Date

BarterDEX

Komodo Team

Academic

Decentralized Fiat Currencies

Komodo

Academic

dPoW

Komodo Team

Academic

Jumblr

Komodo Team

Academic

Komodo Cryptocurrency: Everything Beginners Need to Know

Sudhir Khatwani

Web

What is Komodo Coin (KMD) Beginner's Guide, Information & Review

Oliver Dale

Web

What Is Komodo? Introduction To KMD Token | Crypto Briefing

Brian Penny

Web

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

Title
Date
Link

Interview with anonymous founder of Komodo - YouTube

August 16, 2018

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

News

Title
Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Sky
May 7, 2020
Sky News
Despite the cinematic portrayal, raptors probably hunted more like Komodo dragons than a pack of collaborative wolves.
May 7, 2020
SciTechDaily
Turns out, you really can't believe everything you see in the movies. A new University of Wisconsin Oshkosh analysis of raptor teeth published in the peer-reviewed journal Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology shows that Velociraptors and their kin likely did not hunt in big, coordina
By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com
May 6, 2020
Mail Online
Velociraptors played a key role in the series 'Jurassic Park', which portrayed the vicious dinosaurs as working in groups to hunt large prey, but experts now say they did not attack in coordinated groups.
Alicia Lee
March 10, 2020
CTVNews
Charlie, a female Komodo dragon at the Chattanooga Zoo in Tennessee, has proved to be the ultimate independent lady after successfully giving birth to three hatchlings without a male partner.
November 18, 2019
Geekologie
Because Mother Nature clearly had a bottle of Jägermeister hidden somewhere after I wrestled the bottle of Fireball away from her, this is a short video of a Komodo dragon strutting down the beach with the remains of sea...
Nicola Smith
October 1, 2019
The Telegraph
Indonesia has reversed plans to impose a tourism ban on the eastern island of Komodo next year, although visitors who wish to see its population of rare Komodo dragons may have to pay a $1,000 (£818) membership fee instead.
By Peter Lloyd for MailOnline
September 13, 2019
Mail Online
Researchers at The University of Texas studied the animals and found their protective armour covers them from head to tail, making them more robust in battle against other dragons.
Veronique Greenwood
August 9, 2019
www.nytimes.com
A new study reveals evidence of a large number of mutations in important Komodo genes.

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