A total of 11 new projects have announced this week that they joined the Messari Disclosures Registry. The registry includes several projects, the most popular new ones are Cardano, V Systems, Lisk and Beam, all which are in the top 100 crypto projects by market cap. Akropolis, Fusion, Keep, Permission, Orbs and Elrond were also added.
With these new projects becoming a part of it, the registry now has a total of 54 projects. Back when it was launched at the end of last year, the Messari registry had only 12.
We are excited to announce the sixth batch of Messari Disclosures Registry participants. Our newest members include @akropolisio, @beamprivacy @CardanoStiftung @ElrondNetwork @FUSIONProtocol @FoundationHelix @keep_project @LiskHQ @orbs_network @PermissionIO @VSYSCoin pic.twitter.com/dN70nrWp7U
— Messari (@MessariCrypto) August 20, 2019
The Messari Registry
The registry was created to bring more transparency to the crypto market. Each project can decide on its own whether to participate. If the project does participate, they disclose information about their business to investors, which can check the database at any time before they invest in it.
According to the founder of Messari, Ryan Selkis, being able to find basic information about cryptocurrencies is essential to make good investments, which are able to let the industry move forward.
It was in order to distribute information freely that the registry was first created back in 2018. With the new companies that were listed now, the Messari Disclosures Registry is set to become even more important. Cardano alone has a market cap of over a billion USD and a large community, so its entrance is bound to attract more curious investors to the database.