The basic idea underlying the entire venture called Internet of Coins is to eliminate blind trusts on third parties for the security of your value transfer. The idea is to get rid of any centralized exchange, federated partnership, or multi-gateway that makes transactions expensive.
Internet of Coins aims to create a decentralized, self-sustaining economy by implementing inter-blockchain connectivity which is sustained by a hybrid P2P meta-network to leverage each of its participant’s strength in numbers.
The idea which was conceived during the summer of 2014 was basically to create a trustless environment in which the security of your value transfer is not dependent on the assumption that you are to trust the person on the other side of the network willing to trade.
Further, it is the platform’s dream to integrate all coins into an interconnected and financially liquid nervous system. Existing wallets will not require any tinkering or adaptations to have their blockchains and value systems hooked into this decentralized network.
It is not their intention to impose any limits on the creativity which is overflowing in the current developments in cryptocurrencies. Rather, they would like to see it continue in parallel without any restrictions. And they would definitely like to save countless innovations with valuable technology from abandonment.
Internet of Coins plans to bring all of this into action by enabling every cryptocurrency user to create hybrid assets that interconnect value systems and blockchains.
Internet of Coins, though, looking to create a trustless environment, is trustworthy itself. They are currently under assessment by rating agencies Smith & Crown and ICOrating. Internet of Coins is already listed at Cyber Fund. Through their cooperation with established escrow partner NLnet, they aim to provide a solid basis for long-term continuity.