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Stratis: 38,600% ROI

Stratis is a startup that offers a blockchain-as-a-service platform aimed at financial institutions that want to create industry-wide solutions.The U.K.-based company has built a development platform called nStratis that allows enterprises to develop customized blockchain applications and build their own private blockchains using Stratis’ blockchain as the underlying network. As the startup’s development tools are largely targeted at Microsoft products, Microsoft has added Stratis’ Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) to its Azure cloud service, which is targeted to companies that want to build in-house blockchain solutions.When Stratis held its initial coin offering in June 2016, the company managed to raise around $600,000 worth of digital currency, which was deemed a big success for the project. Stratis’ token carries the same name and comes with the ticker STRAT. It was issued at a price of $0.007 per token. The token’s all-time high price was $22.66 on January 9, 2018. At the time of writing this article, Stratis is trading at $2.81. That marks a 38,600% return on investment for early token holders within two years.

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