Blockchain and cryptocurrencies made simple.

Blockchain technology is going to change the world, but there’s a lot of confusion around what it is, what it does, and who it’s for. We wanted to create a gateway that makes it easy to learn about this exciting world and discover the top curated projects in the space.

We created Aysha to make the movement towards a new internet more human.

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Best graphics of any website I've seen this year! Really useful, has helped me a lot at work and been so valuable to me in showing my knowledge in this cutting edge field!
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Dear Hunters, First off, thank you for taking the time to take a look at what we are working on at Aysha! When a friend told me about Ethereum in mid 2017 and I set out to understand blockchain technology - it quickly hit me just how challenging and heavy-going people were making this stuff to grasp! At the start of 2018 myself and Ilan set out to make cryptocurrencies, blockchain and DLT absolutely effortless. I believe blockchain technologies not only have the potential for us to rethink the way the internet works, but also open up previously impossible ways of connecting people, machines and information. Our vision for Aysha is to bridge the knowledge gap and consolidate an overwhelming space. We want to give our audience a glimpse into how the future can be faster, fairer and more abundant. Aysha is a brand new product and very much a work in progress. I would love to get honest feedback or have a general conversation with anyone interested in what we are building. You can reach me at: james@aysha.io Happy hunting.
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@aysha @jamesdyer Hello! Just wanted to extend my hand and give you a courteous nod for a job well done. We (Bitfalls.com) are a bilingual (soon multi-lingual) portal and do technical tutorials around Ethereum (mainly development) and regulatory news, and your work looks absolutely stunning. We'll probably do a feature on you soon, just to introduce people to your platform. Anyway, if you ever think of a way to collaborate, please know that we're open to everything and anything, our main purpose is just spreading awareness and training more blockchain-literate people so that fewer scams happen. Best of luck, hopefully we'll meet at one of many conferences! (I'm coming to BIC18.nl if you're around, and later in 2018 to Delta Summit on Malta). We'll keep an eye on your project! (btw your hello email doesn't work and the slack and feedback links in the footer are dead)
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@aysha @bitfalls Bruno, Thanks for your kind words (and pointing out the tweaks in the footer)! Would love for you to introduce what Aysha is doing to your the audience at Bitfalls - I agree with you that fundamentally the most important thing to move the space forward is educating people better. Let me know if I can help you with this in any way.
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The New Internet tab is an especially good read!


Short and sweet guides. AYSHA is the place to go if you want to learn more about blockchain!


Still waiting to find any

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Looks good! The design is very nice! Excited to see how this develops!
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Aysha is something I have been following for a few months - it has been a pleasure to watch it grow and develop. It breaks down DLT/Blockchain/Crytpocurrencies in a way that nobody else does. It's informative, fun and ties the technology into the real world rather than focusing on crypto trading. Great work guys.


Great guides - especially EOS and Cardano


Needs a Tron guide! Please write one. Stat.

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