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Tryvium is a modern platform for and . The technology incorporates the use of along with smart contracts systems.
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Marshall Dupont the 3rd Aug 24
At 60k TPS, I'm still trying to find proven results that are faster and provide the enterprises need: POS is the big one, there's a few projects building on it now from AI tech to Airbnb killer to Silver backed money &
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El Salvador Size: 21,040 km2 Population: 6 378 000 Language: Spanish Interesting fact: Due to the high density of volcanoes (only 2 of which are active) El Salvador is known as land of volcanoes
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Marshall Dupont the 3rd 20h
Enterprises that rely on real time Point of Sale applications and are looking at blockchain to replace their infrastructure. is key, for example designed by for , provides over 60k tps, the first are
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Tryvium Aug 24
Slovenia Size: 20,253 km2 Population: 2 066 000 Language: Slovenian Interesting fact: The oldest existing linden tree is in Slovenia. It is 700 years old and is connected to an ancient legend about a Turkish treasure.
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Syscoin Aug 23
weekly update #61 featuring: - foundation talks to this week at - dev update - added to Read all about it (see reply)
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Tryvium Aug 23
We published another smart-travel blog article, titled 'Affordable vacation destinations' For now it is just a base, ready to be expanded when we lunch the Tryvium Platform
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Syscoin Aug 22
via : EU Startup’s Disruptive Tech() to Shake up Hotel Booking Market : "At the backend of the system, the firm is using blockchain protocol as provided by Canadian development company:
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Sysnetsite Aug 22
Link to article on how based is disrupting the hotel booking and tourism industry just added to
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150sec Aug 22
With current incumbents in the online travel booking space charging commissions of up to 30%, is there scope 4 disruption through new ?  150sec spoke with Roberto Lista Founder & CEO of to find out       
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Tryvium Aug 21
Travel idea No.84: Pantheon - Rome This ancient Roman monument was originally a tribute to the Roman gods, but turned into a church in the 7th century. After 1300 years it is almost perfectly preserved, and still awe inspiring.
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Tryvium Aug 20
Fiji Size: 18,270 km2 Population: 905 500 Language: English, Fijian and Hindi Interesting fact: Fire-walking originates from a Fijian tradition which was passed from generation to generation within the Sawau tribe
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Tryvium Aug 20
Travel idea No.83: Nesvizh Castle - Belarus Its architecture incorporates the styles of all the periods it survived. So it is a fantastic sight for all history buffs. There is also a ghost story about the Lady in black
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Tryvium Aug 20
Kuwait Size: 17,820 km2 Population: 4 137 000 Language: Arabic Interesting fact: It is the only country on the planet with no natural water supply from lakes or reservoirs.
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Tryvium Aug 19
Travel idea No.82: Tahiti offers incredible French cuisine, sandy shores and a pristine jungle. There is plenty to do and to see if there is at least a hint of an explorer in you.
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Tryvium Aug 18
Swaziland - Eswatini Size: 17,363 km2 Population: 1 367 000 Language: Swazi, English Interesting fact: Sibebe Rock is the world’s second largest monolith - the only bigger is Australia’s Uluru.
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Tryvium Aug 17
Travel idea No.81: Blue Lagoon - Iceland This geothermal spa is surrounded by a mystical landscape, which further adds to the character of the one of a kind milky-blue lagoon. And the water is said to have healing properties.
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Tryvium Aug 17
East Timor Size: 14,874 km2 Population: 1 296 000 Language: Portuguese, Tetun Interesting fact: An ancient legend says East Timor formed from a giant crocodile. The shape of the island does somewhat resemble a crocodile
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Tryvium Aug 17
Travel idea No.80: Maui joins together just about everything that Havaii has to offer - from rich history to wildlife and the typical 'island paradise' attractions.
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Tryvium Aug 12
Bahamas Size: 13,940 km2 Population: 395 400 Language: English Interesting fact: Only 30 of 700 Bahamas' islands are inhabited which means there are many desolate places for the solitude seekers.
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Tryvium Aug 11
Montenegro Size: 13,812 km2 Population: 622 500 Language: Montenegrin Interesting fact: Montenegro was the first country in the world to have a national printing house.
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