Here we go with the Korporatio November recap!


Korporatio aims to create a new generation of cutting edge, truly global businesses, led by entrepreneurs who are citizens of the world. A new era in which everyone is empowered to incorporate, innovate and realise their dreams.



As we mentioned in our previous official recap, November marked the start of the tests of the new architecture on the main-net. With the market crashing, and miners switching to support the BCH fork, Ethereum got congested. This means that we need additional tests before being able to release the new architecture.

This problem helped us to understand how the gas consumption is not optimised yet. The team is now working to optimise the code as much as possible and we should go live as soon as Ethereum returns to stable values.

This small issue has postponed the work for the new UX/UI. Overall we should be able to release a first alpha of this new version in Q1 2019 instead of end of 2018.

However we didn’t sit down waiting for things to happen, and we have added a few things in the new code. The majority of the things are in the backend, but they help to decrease deployment time. On top of that, we have added a few parameters to ensure everybody in the company can execute a deployment.



In three months we have achieved some good results. Our Twitter account (korporatio) is stable on a very good engagement rate. Followers are increasing and some are becoming very active.

We have started to plan some PPC campaigns for lead generation and run a few small experiments. We are following a very slow strategy for PPC, as we want to be sure every dollar is spent in the best way.

On the side of content creation we are mentioned in two articles this month, both from ihodl. The first article is about how blockchain can help accounting. The second is related to the Bitcoin Cash fork.

We were also invited at the panel discussion at the United Conference of Internet Money (UCIM). The discussion was around why people define technology as bad. It was a lot of fun, and we have to say a big thanks to the team at UCIM for the invite.

Last but not least, we submitted our app to The State of the Dapps. If you wanna show us some love, feel free to submit some feedback to our page!



We promised some big news on the partnership side for November and here we go. We have announced our partnership with Civic Technology. It is a big milestone to partner with a company much bigger than ourselves. In simple terms, our users can now run a part of the KYC via the Civic app. It is important to mention that the integration is completed and already up and running.

You didn’t see it from our side, but there was a second partnership that got announced. We have signed an MoU with AbacasXchange. This means that every Smart Company will be tradable on the Abacas exchange. However, we didn’t write too much about it, so you already know what the half month article will be about :).

We are still at the beginning of the work, so right now you cannot trade shares on an exchange. We will share more info along the way, just hold your horses.



Last month we shared with all of you how our business team was in need of a +1. Thanks to all the people that reached out to help Korporatio growing. We have run many interviews in the past few weeks and we are about to make the final decision. Most likely our December update will not be posted by ‘Stefano’ but by someone else. This result is possible thanks to your help. We are extremely happy to see our efforts are being appreciated, really a big thank you.

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