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Well, Finally: Four Big Launches Coming Soon

It’s almost April, and you know what that means: flowers blooming, birds chirping, and a lot of projects hitting their first big deadlines of the year. By astonishing coincidence, a surprisingly large number of crypto projects have chosen this weekend to launch their mainnets or other major features, just in time for the last day of the quarter.

In the interests of providing the community with all relevant information, Crypto Briefing is giving a full rundown on what exactly is being released and when. Below you’ll find a few of the projects with major platform launches this weekend.

In the blockchain world, launching a mainnet isn’t just about being punctual. A successful launch can make the difference between an idea and a reality, or between a bull run and a pratfall.

With that in mind, here are some of the projects which could make investors very happy this weekend….or make them into inadvertent April Fools.

DigixDAO Governance Platform

First up is Digix. Better known for its gold-backed stablecoin (DGX), Singapore-based Digix is a fan of decentralized governance. Its DigixDAO (DGD) token is designed to provide holders with voting rights. in a new governance platform, giving DGD holders a chance to shape the Digix ecosystem. Holders will be able to vote and comment on proposals put forward by the Digix team to improve the overall network.

Built on top of Ethereum, the governance platform will go live at 06:30 GMT, on March 30th.

QLC Chain Mainnet

QLC, formerly known as Qlink, is building the world’s first decentralized telecoms network. Built on NEO, the team claims a smart-contract powered blockchain platform – known as Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) – can provide better coverage at much lower costs, as well as incentivise users to share their unused data with others.

The mainnet launch – scheduled for 14:00 GMT – will be the first chance to see how this is supposed to work. Sunday’s launch will showca...

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