Online Blockchain

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Online Blockchain plc (Template:Lse) is a UK-based incubator and developer of businesses in internet and information-based technologies, including developers, administrators and custodians of blockchains and cryptocurrencies. The company created global financial website ADVFN and today still has a holding of 17.98% in ADVFN plc.

The company changed its name from On-Line plc on December 20, 2017 to reflect its work in the blockchain technology and cryptocurrency fields. The announcement of the proposed name change the month prior saw its share price increase by 394% in one day.[1]

Cryptocurrency projects

PlusOne Coin - A cryptocurrency that financially rewards community activity on popular finance forums such as ADVFN and iHub [2][3]

Happy Pool - A user-focused cryptocurrency mining pool backed by a strong community

Brazio - A local cryptocurrency aimed at the unbanked in Brazil

FreeFaucet.io - The hub for cryptocurrency faucets

Other projects

FreeLoadr - Enables gamers to get free PC games by allowing a user to donate hash power in return for Freeloadr Points which can be redeemed for games

The company has a 35% stake in US-based gaming software startup Encryptid Gaming. Encryptid Gaming builds games underpinned by the Ethereum blockchain

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