“The blockchain symbolizes a shift in power from the centers to the edges of the networks.”
Ethereum is the foundation for a new era of the internet:
  • An internet where money and payments are built in.
  • An internet where users can own their data, and your apps don’t spy and steal from you.
  • An internet where everyone has access to an open financial system.
  • An internet built on neutral, open-access infrastructure, controlled by no company or person.

Ethereum has a native cryptocurrency called Ether (ETH). ETH is digital money. If you’ve heard of Bitcoin, ETH has many of the same features. It is purely digital, and can be sent to anyone anywhere in the world instantly. The supply of ETH isn’t controlled by any government or company – it is decentralized, and it is scarce. People all over the world use ETH to make payments, as a store of value, or as collateral.

Ethereum is programmable, which means that developers can use it to build new kinds of applications. These decentralized applications (or “dapps”) gain the benefits of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. They can be trustworthy, meaning that once they are “uploaded” to Ethereum, they will always run as programmed. They can also be decentralized, meaning that no single entity or person controls them. For more information visit this link.


Why OCB Token?

Cryptographic tokens represent programmable assets or access rights, managed by a smart contract and an underlying distributed ledger. They are accessible only by the person who has the private key for that address and can only be signed using this private key. Tokens might affect the financial world in the same way as email affected the postal system (Voshmgir, 2019). The OCB-Token is an application token designed to be part oft the reward program, reputation mechanism or as a representation of voting rights inside organizations. Additionally as a building block of our community, the OCB token magnifies the values of our partners and fosters collaboration between them.

Smart Contracts

Our programmable smart contracts store rules of an agreement, automatically verify fulfillment, and then executes the agreed terms without reliance on a third party


By default, all transactions on our network are pseudonymous. Our users can also perform shielded transactions as an addon option using zero-knowledge-proofs.


Our OCB token is developed using standardized ERC-20 smart contracts, reducing the risk of vulnerabilities with tested and community-reviewed code


Our easy to use wallet helps users to connect to the decentralized web to store and exchange their digital assets.

Data Analytics

Our data analytics platform allow us to show a wide variety of charts and statistics. It shows, for example, transaction history chart, address growth chart, the total supply of our token, currency and network information charts and many more.

Digital Identity

Our users can create and manage their own identities giving them a secure interface to review transactions, before approving or rejecting them


With a growing number of organizations adopting the OCB-Coin, it scales up a community without a central authority. Our governance model fosters collaboration between them, considering the interests of all community-relevant stakeholders

White Label

Our white label solution provides customers who want to have their own "XYZ" coin a tailored framework for their organization.

Help & Support

Our team offers technical support and consulting services for our customers about organizational behavior and blockchain related topics

Blockchain as a Service

Organizations are increasingly willing to adapt to blockchain technology. However, the technical complexities and operational overhead involved in creating, configuring, and operating a blockchain and maintaining its infrastructure often act as a barrier. We offer a service to set up all the necessary blockchain technology and infrastructure for a fee. Once created, we continue to handle the complex back-end operations for our  customers.

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