Dragonchain (DRGN) fell $-0.000576905599999997 on February 13-14

Dragonchain (DRGN) had a bad 24 hours as the cryptocurrency declined $-0.000576905599999997 or -0.77% trading at $0.0743847658. According to International Crypto Analysts, Dragonchain (DRGN) eyes $0.08182324238 target on the road to $0.153344239335156. DRGN last traded at Kucoin exchange. It had high of $0.0753222374 and low of $0.0731227848 for February 13-14. The open was $0.0749616714.

Dragonchain (DRGN) is down -12.22% in the last 30 days from $0.08474 per coin. Its down -68.61% in the last 100 days since when traded at $0.237 and the annual trend is down. 200 days ago DRGN traded at $0.2807. DRGN has 433.49M coins mined giving it $32.25 million market cap. Dragonchain maximum coins available are 433.49 million. DRGN uses algorithm and proof type. It was started on 17/08/2017.

Dragonchain was originally developed at Disney’s Seattle office in 2015 and 2016 as the Disney Private Blockchain Platform. Over 20 use cases and applications were explored and documented 1 publicly via the W3C Blockchain Community Group . The platform was later released as open 2 source software under the Apache 2 license in October of 2016. Dragonchain simplifies the integration of real business applications onto a blockchain and provides features such as easy integration, protection of business data and operations, currency agnosticism, and multi-currency support.

The Dragonchain Foundation, a Non-Profit Corporation was created in January of 2017 to maintain ownership and responsibility of the open source code. The Dragonchain team is now in the process of launching a commercial entity to build a serverless architecture blockchain platform, and an incubator. The combination of serverless and blockchain technologies is unique and tremendously valuable. The timing of the Dragonchain platform launch is highly strategic to benefit from explosive growth of cloud computing over the last few years and the emerging wave of Blockchain solutions entering proof of concept stage across enterprises.