DragonChain: a TV series on the history of the company
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DragonChain: a TV series on the history of the company

By Michele Porta - 3 Oct 2019

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Vision Tree today announced the upcoming release of a documentary TV series that tells the story of Dragonchain, the blockchain-based company aimed primarily at companies and the world of developers.

The TV series will be released in early 2020 and will use the Coiin platform to tokenise the engagement of the Dragonchain community.

Coiin is a digital engagement platform that rewards users for their engagement and promotion on social media.

In essence, the community will be able to earn tokens by promoting specific projects on social media. These tokens can then be redeemed for the purchase of various projects including the Atari film and the TV series in question.

The TV series is a preview of the history of the American company Dragonchain, launched in 2017 and which raised over $15 million during the ICO boom at the end of 2017.

It is produced by Benjamin Gerry and J.D. Seraphine from Vision Tree, a well-known American media and entertainment company.

Joe Roets, founder and CEO of Dragonchain, said:

“Dragonchain was built to solve complex problems with innovative solutions for any developer and any business. We make it accessible and easy to use cutting edge blockchain technology. The partnership with Vision Tree and Coiin present a perfect opportunity to bring our platform and ecosystem further and drive community engagement.”

JD Seraphine, founder of Vision Tree, reiterated:

“There is a massive untold story about the challenges of being a cryptocurrency company operating in the US and it is time everyone learns what’s at stake – the country who leads the development of blockchain technology will have tremendous influence in shaping the future of the planet”.

Vision Tree has also recently announced plans to tokenise one of its major film projects, Atari Movie, in collaboration with tZero.

It’s worth noting that the company is not new to the use of blockchain technology in the media and entertainment industry

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