ICO Hacked Exclusive: Tokeny’s Luc Falempin on Portfolio Investment in Cryptocurrency Published 4 weeks ago on August 22, 2018 By Daniel Mitchell The Money Makers Club now has 6 of 15 available seats. Learn more here! Investment / portfolio management software is arguably one of the most definitive examples of finance-meeting-technology (AKA ‘fin-tech’). Beyond internal software utilised by market-leading fiat wall-street firms and hedge funds, a public and corporate market has been established for both individuals’ professionals and amateur traders with regards to managing their portfolios. In comparison, the crypto space has seen little in the way of products focused towards either of these potential customer bases. There are, however there a handful of burgeoning companies which are seeking to establish themselves in this area. The Origins and Objectives of Tokeny To develop a more nuanced understanding of this unattended product area, we decided to speak directly to one of its progenitors: Luc Falempin – who is the Chief Executive Officer of forthcoming cryptocurrency focused asset-management platform Tokeny. Falempin recalls that: “Tokeny was created in 2017, with the ICO funnel following in November of the same year… “When the ICO market boomed around 2007, [and] the user experience was relatively horrible and unsecure.” He additionally states that, and his team felt that the answer (and conceptual ethos of the company) would be to empower all parties involved in token funding processes, by “build[ing] the most reliable ICO platform [which provides powerful] tools to the token issuers, and to the ICO contributors.” To have any hope of achieving these lofty objectives, the team seeks to: “Create and provide a dashboard to security token issuers… “A space for issuers to manage their investors (subscription phase and ongoing) … and for transactions and corporate actions: such as dividend payments and buybacks, or announcements to investors.” Long Term Partnerships Luc Falempin is something of a veteran in commercial leadership, despite having accomplished many of his achievements within a short period of time. “I have been an entrepreneur for almost a decade now across various e-commerce, software, marketplace related markets… [accumulating] a deep experience in high-transaction-volume management, and multi-party platforms… “I have also been involved with several ICOs, including Amchart and Verasity.” Verasity in fact is not only a former associate to Falempin, but one which he has brought forth to the Tokeny project also. It is an organisation which recently concluded its public funding stage, due to having quickly accomplished their soft-cap goal. On the Verasity website, the project team advertises it as a system which will: “[Power] the New Era of Blockchain Enhanced Online Video” Top Dogs According to Falempin, many team members and advisors involved with or orbit Tokeny represent the continuation of strong, long term relationships that had been brought over “from [his] previous companies.”. This extends to many of the company’s leadership team also, a well matched combination of professionals who possess a combined expertise and experiential wisdom, spanning multiple industries and disciplines. “[They were] selected because of their (and my) unique networks. “We can leverage [these] to continue the recruitment and sourcing of some of the best talent from the web industry, and from the financial industry.” SICOP: The Sustainable Initial Coin Offering Protocol If you read into the Tokeny / Verasity relationship in the press, you might notice mention of the latter’s recent accomplishment of gaining ‘SICOP’ certification: an acronym for ‘Sustainable Initial Coin Offering Protocol’. SICOP is a proprietary regulatory framework created by the Tokeny team for their forthcoming trading platform and serves as a core component of their features arsenal. Falempin describes it as a fantastic “guarantee of quality for us [Tokeny], the issuer [or provider], and the investors.” The system’s compliancy assessments are to be enforced primarily utilising human-authentication, especially for escalated claims. This is to ensure to continued operational integrity and approval of smart contracts implemented within each participating issuer’s projects. To ensure this, he says that: “each smart contract we deploy is third-party tested for security reasons. It’s just one of the many conditions demanded for SICOP compliance.” Cybersecurity and Smart Contracts Tokeny (on its website) boasts to be the “only company dedicated to providing a secure end-to-end platform” for cryptocurrency investments at ICO and STO level. The latter term stands for ‘Security Token Offering’. When asked about where he feels his platform falls in amongst its blockchain-as-a-service peers in this light, Falempin says that: “Most companies working within ICO space claim to provide every kind of services for ICOs: from whitepaper, to tech via marketing and legal. “At Tokeny we focus on the tech and select each project very carefully.” Smart contracts have become somewhat ubiquitous in the current blockchain community of ICOs and other such projects, however they are mostly often used for automated exercising of mutually agreed terms with regards to utility functions. SICOP utilises smart contracts for both purposes and Falempin says that “The smart contracts are the brains behind all of the web interfaces we build. “They provide security through guaranties and transparency to investors: with automated management and clients.” Building on Progress Tokeny has carefully opted to forgo a ‘trial and error’ approach to creating their regulatory framework; instead deciding to “Work on top of reliable and established standards and protocols: ERC20 compliant tokens and Open Zeppelin, for example… “With security tokens there is currently no standard on the market, however we have seen several good practices beginning to emerge.” In this light, Falempin continues to claim that the team optimistically perceives themselves “as a precursor for future change, whilst maintaining a dynamic level of compatibility with our potential peers” The Big Picture In light of their proposed future plans as viewable on either their homepage or across their social media pages (such as Twitter, a Telegram group, Medium, and more), these words from Luc Falempin ring particularly true “So far, we’ve established a unique positioning on the market for ourselves – although we are also aware that we must remain vigilant and flexible… “the market (of course) is evolving very fast.” As he continued that “Much alike many other organisations that operative within disruptive markets, we aim to become one of the primary instigators and market-leaders / exemplary institutions of this (relatively) new value-chain. “Starting with the issuance of our tokens: we believe that we can help define standards and good practices on the market – and become a key player in the market over the following years.” A more topical perspective of the potential value the services provided by Tokeny may deliver can be provided through consideration of recent negative press affecting traditional exchanges. Just look at the recent allegations levied against popular ratings aggregate Coinmarketcap regarding the intentional publication and broadcast of incorrect or inaccurate trading data. Such comes adjacent in importance to reportage on a all-but-proven hack which affected Binance just recently also. Financial Security, Due Diligence, and KYC / AML Another leading boast which is clearly noticeable upon looking at the team’s homepage is Tokeny’s prioritisation of “bank grade KYC and AML” (AKA ‘Know Your Customer’ and ‘Anti Money Laundering’) standards. Luc Falempin elaborates that they: “have integrated accredited / regulated KYC solutions to ensure the issuers can identify their respective token holders properly and maintain compliance. “Our process is to verify an investor – with the majority of jurisdiction depending primarily on the issuer’s decision-making, as well as the investors themselves being segmented by investor-type (individual, accredited, institutional, etc.).” Crypto Assets x Old Money: Bridging the Gap By introducing industry-leading tools and features which acknowledge the requirements of both investors and token issuers, Tokeny appear to have a great chance of successfully bridging the gap between cryptocurrency and the traditional finance sector (fiat). A great result of this would be an influx of new revenue into the market – assuring mutual benefits for all invested due to increased across-the-board coin values. At present, Falempin claims that Tokeny “ha[s] a huge demand from closed end funds (real estate, hedge fund, etc.), because we believe that tokenizing our shares will bring more liquidity and inclusivity to our investors… “We also receive demands for asset backed tokens (art, gold, etc) … “Of course, the ICO market is still growing as well.” Featured image courtesy of Shutterstock. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink. Rate this post: Important for improving the service. Please add a comment in the comment field below explaining what you rated and why you gave it that rate. 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When you buy your first cryptocurrency and start trading between pairs, usually you do in accordance with what you have heard from other people or your own research. Thinking that some project is truly good, you expect to make some gains. Yet it is always hard to have an estimation for “some gains”. Unexperienced traders usually get greedy, expecting more profit. This usually ends up with not taking profits and losing some of your investment. More experienced traders sometimes set prices to sell some or all of their tokens, taking profits and moving forward. This way of trading is basically predicting a price to sell cryptocurrencies: If you make a good prediction, then you sell at the peak. If not, either you are not able to sell as the price did not go up as much as you have predicted, or it keeps rising up which would be still a good trade. Hedge is a platform allowing seasoned traders to sell their predictions. They create Blueprints with the predicted information in the form of a smart contract. They are required to stake HEDG tokens which can be seen as a measure of security, disincentivizing these investors’ spamming Blueprints. Platform users obtain these Blueprints in return for HEDG tokens. A decentralized oracle then checks whether the prediction is true or false. If true, the predictor gets all staked coins. If not, the predictor loses his or her staked coins and the platform user gets his or her token back. Blueprint creators are ranked in terms of their success rates, streaks and so on. By checking creator’s rank, platform users can buy blueprints from more successful creators. Once you feel confident in your trading skills and predictions, you can create and sell Blueprints yourself on Hedge as well. Yet a dispute over almost anything is possible. A platform user or a Blueprint creator can create a dispute about the result of his or her prediction. In this case, the disputer has to stake more coins and highly-ranked users decide whether the prediction is, in fact, true or false. If a person is false about his or her dispute, he loses these additionally staked coins as well. All this process, from the creation of a Blueprint to the dispute’s result, is conducted in a decentralized manner. Token HEDG tokens are used for the creation of Blueprints, buying these Blueprints and creating disputes. The staking mechanism, a quite common defense mechanism, ensures that spamming Blueprints is not financially viable for the attacker. As tokens at any sale stage are sold $0.02, the ICO investor does not have much to worry regarding any huge bonus for private investors and so on. 90% of the hard-cap is already sold which is a good reason to think that the project has met interest to some acceptable degree and meeting the hard cap should not be hard. The initial total supply of HEDG is 1 billion tokens with the following token distribution: 50% private and public tokens 10% seed round 20% team 12% partnerships and community 3% advisors 5% company Team, partnership and community, and advisor tokens are locked for 36 months, 12 months and 12 months respectively. Once the lock-up period ends, tokens will be released in monthly installments. There is no information on how the team is planning to use the token sale proceeds at the moment. Team CEO David Waslen: Prior to co-founding Chrysalis Capital Advisors Inc., Waslen was the director of finance at Handy, an application to book home services. Allan Redman: Redman is a senior software developer at Siemens Canada. Before joining Siemens, he was a senior .Net developer at Schneider Electric. Verdict Below is a breakdown of the risks and growth potential of Hedge. Risks No advisors are listed as of September 15th. (-1) In the absence of social media channels such as Reddit and Telegram, it is hard to gauge the community interest in the project. (-1) A more complex prediction system instead of a true/false one could create more interest and diversity. (-1.5) Growth Potential The project has already met 90% of its hard cap in prior rounds and should not have trouble to hit the cap. (+2) Prediction market cryptocurrency projects tend to do well in terms of return on investment. (+2) Such a taking mechanism is a common, yet a good way to defend against spam attacks. (+1.5) Low hard cap. (+1.5) Disposition Hedge is a very simple, yet elegant prediction market cryptocurrency project. It enables seasoned investors to sell their predictions and less experienced traders to buy them with HEDG tokens. Even the adoption of a small community is sufficient for the project to work, which is quite likely as it has already raised 90% of its hard cap, precisely $9,000,000. On the other hand, from the perspective of an ICO investor, it is hard to gauge any potential return on investment as the absence of social media channels makes it extremely hard to gauge the community interest in the project. Implemented staking mechanism defends the platform against spam attacks and gives platform users a reason to use tokens. Investors might think that a binary prediction system isn’t ideal vs. a more sophisticated one. Hedge receives a 3.5/10. Investment Details Type: ERC20 – Utility Symbol: HEDG Platform: Ethereum Crowdsale: October 17th Minimum Investment: Unspecified Price: $0.02 Hard Cap: $10,000,000 Payments Accepted: Unspecified Restricted from Participating: Unspecified For More Information Featured image courtesy of Shutterstock. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. 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The market in the United States is around $10 trillion dollars, but the worldwide figure of $33 trillion is even more impressive. Yet getting a mortgage is not easy as risk-averse institutions do not have business with many viable candidates. Even if institutions at a smaller scale and private lenders want to get their piece of the pie, they are having a hard time to find a place in the market and meet entry barriers. Block66 is a mortgage blockchain platform aiming to connect these two sides of lenders and borrowers. By using this platform, credible people whose applications are denied by the mainstream mortgage market now can borrow funds from lenders. It should be also noted that a mortgage application takes forty to forty-five days in the United States and the most of this period is spent on bureaucratic issues. At the end of this period, many people’s applications are rejected, and their precious time is just wasted. But now thanks to smart contracts and the blockchain technology, this inefficient and stressful process of loaning and borrowing money can be conducted in a way much easier and faster. Having no access to any bank account or geographical boundaries is not an issue as long as you find a borrower or a lender, depending on which side of the trade you are. Any document can be automatically checked, thus no bureaucratic baggage. Truly Block66, the world’s first blockchain enabled mortgage lending network, can do it all in a highly transparent and efficient way. Token The Block66 platform uses two different tokens. The first one, Block66 Token (B66), is the main currency of the network. The second one, Block66 Network Tokens (BNET), is produced by B66 tokens, quite similar to NEO-GAS pair. BNET tokens shall be used for actions which take place in the network such as covering third-party KYC costs and modifying the proof of loan tokens. This currency generation mechanism brings another incentive to hold B66 tokens. As no currency other than BNET can be used for these actions, we can say that BNET is the fuel of the Block66 platform. Any BNET used for in-platform actions will be burned, thus decreasing the supply and increasing the demand per token. The ICO investor should note that in the pre-sale round still going on, contributors are offered a discount of 33%, making the price $0.07 per token. The initial total supply of B66 is 300,000,000 tokens with the following token distribution: 9% advisors and bug bounty 40% reserve 16.6% presale 34.4% main sale The team is planning to use the token sale proceeds as follows. 15% operations 30% business development 40% engineering 15% marketing Team CEO John Markham: Markham is a mortgage agent at Mortgage Intelligence, a mortgage broker company located in Ontario, Canada. Vishal Karangutkar: Prior to joining Block66 as a solidity developer, Karanguthar has worked as a principal engineer at Fidelity Investments and as a senior system engineer at Merrill Lynch. Advisors Shingo Lavine: Lavine is the founder and CEO at Ethos. Hakim Thompson: Thompson was the vice-president at Goldman Sachs’ Mortgages & Structured Products division before joining Behalf, an alternative financial provider for small to medium-sized businesses, as the director of finance. Rob Beswick: Beswick is the chief commercial officer at Virgin Mobile. Maurice Herlihy: Herlihy is a professor of computer science at Brown University and an advisor to Ethos and Algorand. Partners Bounty0x: Bounty0x is a blockchain platform built on the 0x protocol, allowing people and companies to run bounty programs. Civic: Civic is a blockchain project which creates tools for identity protection and control. Verdict Below is a breakdown of the risks and growth potential of Block66. Risks MVP will be launched Q1’ 2019. (-1.5) Cryptocurrencies’ volatility is quite a big problem for lending platforms. (-1.5) Growth Potential Due to the money lending market’s unrealistic standards and unfair restrictions, so many people’s demands are rejected. Once projects like Block66 earn these people’s trust, this area will be definitely a hot one. (+2) The presence of team members experienced in mortgage and real estate markets. (+2) Fair token metrics. (+2) Disposition The mortgage market is one of the biggest financial markets in the world, but due to institutional lenders’ risk-averseness, many credible people and small companies are not able to get a loan even if there are smaller institutions and private lenders out there willing to make loans. Block66 is the first mortgage-focused lending and borrowing cryptocurrency project, aiming to break down this wall between these two sides. Although it is pretty much established between the cryptocurrency community that lending platforms provide an important use-case, the expected success is not met so far. Block66 has a fair shot at relative success by having team members experienced in mortgage loans and real estate. Yet, since MVP will not be released until next year, it is too early to tell. Block66 receives a 3/10. Investment Details Type: ERC20 – Utility Symbol: B66 Platform: Ethereum Crowdsale: Unspecified Minimum Investment: Unspecified Price: $0.10 Hard Cap: $12,285,000 Payments Accepted: Unspecified Restricted from Participating: Unspecified For More Information Featured image courtesy of Shutterstock. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. 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Many different ideas are thrown out to solve this critical issue and by its unique features and a team of renowned academics, Algorand proposes a new Byzantine Agreement as a solution for scalability, long transaction times and high energy consumption which perhaps is the main source of criticism towards proof of work coins like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Key features Algorand offers are as follows. New blocks in two phases: In Algorand blocks are created in two phases. In Phase 1, a user gets selected randomly with the proportional probability to the number of tokens he or she has. This is broadcasted to all users and the selected user proposes a new block of valid transactions. In Phase 2, a group of users is selected in the same way as in Phase 1. This is broadcasted to all users as well and the group verifies the block. Random lottery: The selection of proposers and verifiers is conducted by a random internal and fast lottery which ensures that every user has an equal saying on block creation. By a mechanism called secret self-selection, each user plays a private lottery and at the end, no one else knows whether he or she wins or loses. If he or she wins, the “winning ticket” proves that he or she is selected, and others can verify this. No fork ever: In traditional blockchains whenever a dispute over a major proposal emerges, the discussion of a hard-fork starts. If no consensus over the proposed changes is reached, then the blockchain forks and at the end, there are two blockchains with a community divided into two camps. For instance, Bitcoin has a quite long history of hard forks, the most known one being Bitcoin’s forking to Bitcoin Cash. In Algorand proposals are posted on the blockchain and voted by platform users to be accepted or rejected. If accepted, the change is implemented. This means that Algorand cannot practically fork. Minimal computational work: As a very small number of users are selected to be proposers and verifiers to create blocks, the amount of computation required is way too low compared to Bitcoin and Ethereum. High throughput: The network has 125x of Bitcoin’s transaction speed, can confirm them in less than a minute and none to the little difficulty to scale is detected. Two kinds of consensus: Thanks to Algorand’s new Byzantine Agreement, along with the final consensus, a tentative consensus is possible as well. Once a user reaches final consensus, other users have to follow him or her in this round. This ensures that there is only one chain reaching to the final block. On the other hand, tentative consensus occurs when others reach a non-finalized consensus. Only when following blocks reach final consensus, transactions from this block will be confirmed. Honesty: As long as honest platform users have most of the money, transaction neutrality will be ensured as the block proposer will not exclude transactions from his or her block and verifiers will verify this honestly proposed block. Token As Algorand is a payment protocol, ALG tokens will be used for transactions between peers. Any information on token metrics is not released yet. Team Silvio Micali: Micali is a professor at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory since 1983, a co-inventor of zero-knowledge proofs and the co-winner of the Turing award. Naveed Ihsanullah: Ihsanullah has worked as a principal software engineer at Compuware, a computer software company and as a senior engineering manager at Mozilla before he joined to Algorand as the head of engineering. Nickolai Zeldovich: Zeldovich is a professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. David Shoots: Shoots is a principal software engineer at Microsoft. Jamie Goldstein: Goldstein was a general partner at North Bridge Venture Partner for eighteen years. After leaving North Bridge, he co-founded Pillar Companies, a venture capital company. Advisors Andrew Lo: Lo is a world-class finance expert. Prior to becoming a professor at Sloan School of Management, MIT he was a former governor at Boston Stock Exchange. He also conducts research at reputable organizations such as the National Bureau of Economic Research and New York Federal Reserve Board’s Financial Advisory Roundtable. Christian Catalini: Catalini is a professor at MIT Sloan School of Management since 2014. He also founded MIT Cryptoeconomics Lab in 2017. Shafi Goldwasser: Goldwasser is a professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. She is the recipient of many respectable awards such as the Turing Award, the Gödel Prize and the Franklin Medal. Naval Ravikant: Ravikant is the founder and the chairman of AngelList. Jill Carlson: Carlson was the strategy lead at Chain, a company focusing on cryptographic ledger systems, which has been acquired by Lightyear very recently. Verdict Below is a breakdown of the risks and growth potential of Algorand. Risks The absence of a non-technical white-paper is a concern for people who are not tech-savvy. (-1) Although the project has been around for some considerable time, no token metrics are released yet which makes it hard to measure the project’s worth as an investment. (-2) Block creation depends on the platform users’ honesty to some degree which is a source of concern. Yet since the team is full of all-star academics, it is not hard to conceive that in the case of an emergency some temporary or permanent measure can be taken swiftly and easily. (-1) Growth Potential Great academic team with many prestigious awards. (+3) Testnet was launched on July 20th. (+3.5) Technical features are groundbreaking. (+4) Disposition Algorand proposes a new consensus mechanism to solve problems of scalability, low transaction speed and high energy consumption which mainstream blockchains such as Bitcoin and Ethereum meet. By these features such as block creation in two phases and random lottery to choose creators and verifiers, the project is superior to many of its counterparts. As no information on token metrics is released as of September 14th, it is hard to make any guess on potential returns on investment. As there is no white-paper easily readable and understandable by people who are not tech-savvy, the project might not reach the majority of the cryptocurrency community. The presence of a test-net before ICO is definitely something we do not see often these days, and this is certainly a huge plus. Some concerns might exist regarding the network’s security, especially its seeming reliance on users’ honesty, but such an all-star team seems capable of much more than solving such issues. Algorand receives a 6/10. Investment Details Type: ERC20 – Utility Symbol: ALG Platform: Ethereum Crowdsale: Unspecified Minimum Investment: Unspecified Price: Unspecified Hard Cap: Unspecified Payments Accepted: Unspecified Restricted from Participating: Unspecified For More Information Featured image courtesy of Shutterstock. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink. Rate this post: Important for improving the service. Please add a comment in the comment field below explaining what you rated and why you gave it that rate. Failed Trade Recommendations should not be rated as that is considered a failure either way. 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