OmiseGO (OMG)

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OmiseGO Short Description

OmiseGO is building a decentralized exchange, liquidity provider mechanism, clearinghouse messaging network, and asset-backed blockchain gateway. OmiseGO is not owned by any single one party. Instead, it is an open distributed network of validators which enforce behavior of all participants.

It uses the mechanism of a protocol token to create a proof-of-stake blockchain to enable enforcement of market activity amongst participants. This high-performant distributed network enforces exchange across asset classes, from . at-backed issuers to fully decentralized blockchain tokens (ERC-20 style and native cryptocurrencies). Unlike nearly all other decentralized exchange platforms, this allows for the decentralized exchange of other blockchains and between multiple blockchains directly without a trusted gateway token.

Markets may be able to signi. cantly reduce spreads and encourage market assurance via decentralizing custody and increased transparency of market activity. This is achieved using smart contracts, protocol tokens enforcing correct market behavior of order book matching, a new construction of Ethereum bonded external enforcement of clearinghouse activity and commitments to historical exchange data for use with Ethereum smart contracts..


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OmiseGO Whitepaper

OmiseGO is building a decentralized exchange, liquidity provider mechanism, clearinghouse messaging network, and asset-backed blockchain gateway. OmiseGO is not owned by any single one party. Instead, it is an open distributed network of validators which enforce behavior of all participants.

The whitepaper of OmiseGO is 16 Pages long.

The most influencial keywords are: Network, Blockchains, Payments, Decentralized, Exchange, Execution, Contracts, Token, Activities, and Clearinghouse.

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OmiseGO Competitors

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  • 2.) BitShares

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  • 3.) Komodo

    The Komodo Platform focuses on providing complete end-to-end blockchain solutions for developers of any level and any industry. It is simple yet powerful, offering customized blockchain solutions that are easy to deploy, and configurable to meet your needs.


OmiseGO Product Analysis

OmiseGO was founded back in June 2017. Its source code was released publicly on github on March 2018 under the Apache License 2.0 license.
Organization wise, OmiseGOs Development is Centralized and is being developed under the lead of Frederico Araujo.

The consensus on which the OmiseGO network is run is called Not mineable, while the underlying algorithm is called None.
In the current state of OmiseGO currently is On-going development

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OmiseGO Communities & Events

Projects on the OMG Network run faster and cheaper without compromising the security of Ethereum.

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Official Twitter account for OmiseGO

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Meet our team at our virtual expo booth at #Mainnet2020 by @MessariCrypto! We've planned out some exciting sessions that you wouldn't want to miss out on. Keep the schedule card below handy. See you there! 135 favorite
We will be at #Mainnet2020 by @MessariCrypto happening virtually on June 1-3! Catch #OmiseGO CTO, @kasima for his keynote and Q&A session on Monday (June 1), 19:40 EDT. For more info, check out: 154 favorite
In case you missed it! 109 favorite
There’s always room for improvement at OmiseGO, so we’re back with more updates to our documentation site! #omisego #omgnetwork #docsite #dapps 127 favorite
In honor of #GivingTuesday please consider donating to support the 850+ children at the Father Ray Foundation. They urgently need donations to carry them through these difficult times. Donate #crypto directly at #givingtuesdaynow @FrRayPattaya 51 favorite
"The building blocks for a decentralized technology solution include a blockchain platform like the OMG Network, smart contracts to manage data and business logic, existing enterprise systems, and MultiBaas, which ties together the various components." @curvegridinc 💪 94 favorite
Indeed we have😀! Find out what we've been up to here: or visit our documentation site for more technical details: #omisego #omgnetwork #morevp 133 favorite
Speaking to @Hydro_Labs about why they chose the OMG Network, their plans for mass adoption, and an exciting new product on the horizon. #omisego #omgnetwork #hydrolabs 93 favorite
We're at number 8! #omisego #omgnetwork #toperc20 153 favorite
Final Update: Ropsten and OMG Network V1 are back in business! Blocks 16,000 and 17,000 are submitted. And deposits, transfers and exits are fully functional. #omgnetwork #ropsten 92 favorite

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OmiseGO Google Trends

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OmiseGO Github Analysis

Code Updates (Commits)

Every change to the codebase of OmiseGO is registered as a commit. More active projects have many commits, dead projects nearly none.

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Extending a project results in many new lines of code. Changing existing code results in nearly the same amount of additions and deletions. Projects that are growing show a large number of code additions with relatively few deletions.

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OmiseGO Price Prediction

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OmiseGO Team

OmiseGO Team Leader

Jeremy Lam - Product lead at omisego
Jeremy is the product lead for OmiseGO. Jeremy has delivered solutions as an independent consultant in the investment banking industry for over a decade in Tokyo, Europe, Singapore and Australia.

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OmiseGO Team Members (47)

Frederico Araujo



Jun Hasegawa

Ceo / founder


Donnie Harinsut

Coo / co-founder

Wendell Davis

Product development lead

Thomas Greco

Special advisor


Vansa Chatikavanij

Managing director


Piotr Dobaczewski

Software engineer


Paweł Peregud

Software engineer


Kridsada Thanabulpong

Software engineer

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OmiseGO Product description


Storming the market to compete with the other altcoins, OmiseGO comes with the aim of becoming an exchange, asset-backed blockchain and most importantly a decentralized bank that could be used to make payments to anyone anywhere around the world. The network gives you the freedom to work with both cryptocurrencies and fiat (USD, EUR …) currencies as well. The marketing strategy of OmiseGo targets people who are not already using banks for transaction, and their focus areas include, India, Japan, and China.
OmiseGo defines its goal as trying to become a ‘’preeminent high-value exchange and a settlement platform’’. The purpose behind its advent was to build a user-friendly platform that could connect different methods of payment, be it in the form of some cryptocurrency or any fiat currency. Now, this vision is not something new and has been expressed by many crypto-technologies before. OmiseGo takes the lead with its new technology called Minimal Viable Plasma, which is built upon the Ethereum Network. This technology aims to multiply the available throughput of transactions per second (Poon, 2017).



The actual product of the OmiseGo blockchain is aimed at achieving the execution of the Minimal Viable Plasma network that will render it to generate high throughput rates. However, the technology is not developed fully and there are still some major hurdles to overcome for its smooth integration and execution. The initial deployment and testing phase of OmiseGo commenced in February 2019 (Crypto Index, 2018).



OmiseGo is a blockchain-based product of the Omise Company. The CEO of Omise is Jun Hasegawa. Jun founded the project with Donnie Harinsut when they both worked for the Ethereum blockchain. In fact, Ethereum’s founder Vitalik Buterin has been one of the prominent advisors for the OmiseGo blockchain cryptocurrency.


How things stand for OmiseGO


OmiseGo has remained an unpopular coin for a long time largely because of its not-so-impressive marketing strategy. It has not been around much in the news and no major scandal has hit the coin, whether good or bad. The main setback that the project is facing is that the Plasma Network has not yet been developed. Timely development and execution of the plasma network will likely be a future project. Lately, rumours have been circulating in the market that OmiseGo has appointed a new CEO because the former CEO couldn’t meet up with deadlines and delivery of the important projects. The new CEO has been identified as Vansa, but there is no information available to the public concerning her.
The technology has been developed under the advisory supervision of Vitalik, the founder of Ethereum. People are hopeful about the technology partly due to his involvement in its development (Pandorasbox, 2017).



Despite the fact that OmiseGO is a project being developed under a very competent team, the mainnet (official live version) of the blockchain has still not being delivered even after two years. The GitHub repository shows a very slow development history. There is not much code commits each day, a large number of which are also simple minimal changes which should not be considered as upgrades of considerable importance.


OmiseGO Pro/Contra

Security OmiseGo is an ERC-20 token and is security-wise strong because of the Ethereum blockchain.
Transaction cost The transaction costs are similar to that of the Ethereum network.
Energy consumption OmiseGo is based on the Ethereum network, therefore, its energy requirements are low as compared to other major cryptocurrencies.
Decentralization OmiseGo is a decentralized ERC-20 Token.
Exchange availability The coin is available on the major trusted exchanges.
Adoption The acceptance rate is low as no official partnership has been announced.
Transactions per second The plasma technology aims to maximize the throughput which will allow many more transactions to be processed every second. The Plasma technology isn't developed yet.
Transaction speed Bound to the Ethereum network or the Plasma technology, that’s not developed yet
Product availability The prototype is not yet available, and there seems not to be too much progress lately.
Privacy Transactions with OmiseGo are pseudonymous and can be tracked.

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OmiseGO Foresight


The prediction for OmiseGo is very straightforward. Its success depends greatly on whether the team successfully completes the development of the Plasma technology in time. If for some reason they lag behind, there is the possibility that it will die down as other several altcoins. By the recent progress of the team, it doesn’t look like the development will take place in time.



The main project that hyped up the arrival of OmiseGO was the minimum viable plasma technology. It will allow the Ethereum-based blockchain network to generate maximum data through adding rates to enable fast cross-payments.
Another project that the Omise team has announced is that they are trying to establish a cryptocurrency exchange of their own. The exchange will be known as GO.Exchange.



The potential is huge and the time is short. Many altcoins are working on a technology that could connect banks and online transfers to their blockchain network. Whoever builds the technology first will be successful in capturing the market and will lead the race on global dominance.


OmiseGO Business Case


The vision to become a decentralized bank has been shared by many other altcoins. As it stands, OmiseGo’s biggest competitions are Ripple and Stellar Lumens. OmiseGo is focusing on people who do not have easy access to banks and is providing them with a platform to send and receive funds using its network.



OmiseGo has not entered into any major partnerships, mainly because the team has not completed its work on the development of the mainnet. The blockchain’s connections with the Omise Company will prove to be substantial for its widespread acceptance and what it intends to achieve in the near future.



OmiseGo has managed to maintain a huge and somewhat reliable community. OmiseGo was launched and marketed as OMG in September 2017.



OmiseGo team is headed by Jun Hasewaga and Donnie Harinsut. Another major contributor to the Minimal Viable Plasma technology is Vitalik Buterin, the founder of Ethereum.


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OmiseGO Markets

# Exchange Pair Price 24h Volume Trusted
# 1 Binance OMG/USDT $ 1.582613 $ 1,848,839 check
# 2 Binance OMG/BTC $ 1.580467 $ 1,429,575 check
# 3 Coinbase Pro OMG/USD $ 1.578800 $ 1,048,903 check
# 4 Coinbase Pro OMG/EUR $ 1.581828 $ 307,685 check
# 5 Bitfinex OMG/USD $ 1.576300 $ 271,161 check
# 6 Coinbase Pro OMG/GBP $ 1.576833 $ 190,156 check
# 7 Coinbase Pro OMG/BTC $ 1.578941 $ 146,135 check
# 8 Kraken OMG/USD $ 1.578887 $ 137,794 check
# 9 Binance OMG/ETH $ 1.578317 $ 125,520 check
# 10 Bitfinex OMG/BTC $ 1.578706 $ 111,436 check


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