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Thursday, 8 February 2018

What is Jio Coin ? Reliance Jiocoin Plans Crypto Coin ! Jio Coin Blockchain?

What is Jio Coin ? Reliance Jiocoin Plans Crypto JioCoin. Jio Coin Blockchain

Reliance Jio Coin Plan.
Various reports across the media suggest Reliance Jio is planning to launch its own blockchain – JioCoin. The Jio Coin Project is supposedly going to be led by Mukesh Ambani’s eldest son, Akash Ambani.
According to various media reports, 50 young professionals around the age of 25 years will be hired to work on the project.

What is Jio Coin?
At this stage, not much is known about the true application of JioCoin. While some reports seem to suggest it will be used as a currency – similar to Bitcoin, other reports suggest that that isn’t the case.

Instead, the blockchain technology may be used for applications in supply chain management, smart contracts, and so on. If JioCoin does come in for this, it seems its use will be limited to use within the company.

What is Jio Coin Blockchain?
Jio Coin Blockchain is simply a digital ledger.

Imagine a register. So many things can be written in a register. But if many people had many registers recording the same information, it would be very hard to tamper the records – thus making the records very safe.

This is essentially what Jio Coin blockchain is.

The use of Jio Coin blockchain technology is not solely limited to financial use.

Jio coin Blockchain is the technology that cryptocurrencies use. That does not mean Jio Coin blockchain is only for cryptocurrencies.

Wherever there is a chance of manipulation or tampering of records, Jio Coin blockchain can help.

For example, Jio Coin blockchain could be used for storing records in a hospital, in offices, in factories, and so on.

We do not know what JioCoin will exactly do but if it is meant to be used internally for smart contracts or supply chain management, then it will also be called a non-finance application of blockchain.


With the recent S. Korea’s announcing of crack down on Bitcoin, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and other cryptocurrency prices crashed by big margins.

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