Eximchain project was kicked off in 2015 at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) by a team with decades of academic and industry experience in computer science, banking and global supply chain across the world. Our vision is to use blockchain technology to bring the global supply chain into the digital era and lower financing barriers for SMEs. The project has received valuable mentorship and guidance from the MIT Media Lab Digital Currency Initiative, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, and Plug And Play Fintech Accelerator. The project was chosen as the Grand Champion of the 2016 Boston Seagull Entrepreneurship Contest, the Engine of Innovation Prize of the 2016 Rice Business Plan Competition, and a Finalist of the 2017 MIT $100K Business Plan Competition Accelerate.
Today we would like to announce the launch of new Eximchain Block Explorer at https://t.co/3OZFjscep2. Also, the second batch of manual token swap from ERC-20 to Eximchain mainnet token will be completed in the next few days!
Here is our update video: https://t.co/qGnMCsf5da
Happy 2020! As the first update this year, we would like to share how DappBot is integrated into the center of a blockchain developer's workflow: Truffle projects. As a Truffle user, you are now three commands away from creating a dapp. Enjoy the read! https://t.co/L79YzY12Rf
Last week we went on Global Demo Day Tour across Singapore, Shanghai, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. It’s been a privilege to be a part of the journey with Tribe and other startups. We're pleased to present our supply chain solutions to audiences around the world. https://t.co/ndWyfFYeID
Hope everyone had a tasty thanksgiving! We would like to say thank you to everyone who have been supporting Eximchain. In the update video of this month, we’re providing a step-by-step guide for you to use DappBot in the way you like, including CTL: https://t.co/8f7W3OlvMH
Today we would like to introduce our new developer tool- DappBot CLI. Now you can signup, login, and make Dapps without ever leaving the terminal. Try to create your Dapp by running just three commands from a Truffle project directory today: https://t.co/zpdpnVzVx2 #Dappbot