Blockchain V-Heel, or BVH for short, is essentially a top-down research company that is dedicated to exploring the most efficient and effective ways of harnessing the benefits that can be derived from blockchain. It asks simple questions - and uses old-fashioned empirical evidence to substantiate its answers. As a result, it has painstakingly built a series of databases covering Cryptocurrencies, Initial Coin Offerings and Funding Entities. It places the results of its Research at the disposal of the full complement of blockchain stakeholders in as interesting and interactive a manner as possible. The hope is this Research will improve the quality of decision-making and that participants will respond by updating their published profiles.
Blockchain V-Heel Limited (BVH) was incorporated on the 13th of July 2018 in Dublin, Ireland. For the record, the CRO (Companies Registration Office) number is 630216. Its primary purpose is “Research”. This will be primarily, but not exclusively, in the areas of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), Token Generation Events (TGEs), Securitised Token Offerings (STOs), Venture Capital (VCs) and funding issues for the blockchain and broader tech sector.
BVH is not a regulated company –and there are no plans to seek regulation in the short-term. Accordingly, the research is not to be construed as investment advice. In sympathy with this, there is a self-imposed constraint to stay away, for the foreseeable future, from monitoring metrics such as price, market capitalisation, returns etc.
BVH has done its utmost to minimise data collection errors. That said, it is also conscious that public scrutiny of its research output is the best possible filtering process. With that in mind, it welcomes user feedback and will endeavour to correct any errors and omissions as quickly as possible.
BVH is proud of its database and strives to have it as accurate, comprehensive and timely as possible. At the same, it is also intensely aware of its deficiencies. We will endeavour to correct as many of these as are practicably possible. Making ourresearch available for public scrutiny is an important step in this regard. If you are aware of any data errors, omissions, inconsistencies or oddities in data collation, please contact us on our member's page and we will respond as quickly as possible.