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Venture capitalist Anthony Pompliano of Morgan Creek Blockchain Capital is looking to “tokenize the world,” and he recently said that eventually, all assets will be on the blockchain. He might get his wish sooner than he thinks, as evidenced by one of the latest blockchain startups planning an ICO.

Russia-based Cardium basically brings FitBit to the blockchain with a proprietary device dubbed fitness tracker that’s similarly worn on the wrist and is the heart of the project. Cardium, which is designed to tackle the issue of obesity and the chronic diseases it leaves in its wake, like diabetes and cancer, tokenizes daily activity and incentives users with a digital currency as a reward.

It’s a massive ecosystem, one comprised not only of a native digital currency but also a partner gym-fueled mining pool that generates additional tokens that fuel the platform. The reason for gym-mining is to motivate members to participate in high-speed mining activity at participating gyms and while they’re there, exercising and socializing.

The problem Cardium is looking to solve is real, as evidenced by predictions for excess weight and obesity to affect 20% of the global population by 2025. These issues are especially pervasive in but not limited to developing nations. Cardium believes that by incentivizing its members with a reward for physical activity, whether high-intensity or moderate, people will prioritize cardiovascular activity. Cardium is looking to ride the wave of the second generation of wearable devices, one that Cardium believes will work in tandem with the Internet of Things (IoT) technology for autonomous smart devices.

Here are a few of the features of its device:

  • “Tracking the number of steps and calories and setting goals”
  • “Monitoring the effectiveness and quality of sleep”
  • “Heart rate measurement

For every calorie users burn, they receive Cardium tokens.

Token

Cardium (CAD) is an ERC-20 smart-contract fueled token on the Ethereum network. CAD tokens that are generated from mining can be directed toward the partner network, such as gym membership discounts and sports product promotions, for instance. Cardium estimates that by consuming 2,000 KCALs per day, users can earn 2.64 CAD tokens daily based on the number of calories burned. Cardium has placed a ceiling on the lifetime number of tokens at 475,372,000,000 based on expectations to reach 100 million people over a decade. Any unused tokens will be burned.

Source: Cardium White Paper

Team

Cardium’s management team is comprised of four co-founders.

Philipp Klimov is founder and CEO. He boasts experience at leading Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky and experience in DDoS prevention, which bolsters the security profile of Cardium.

Alexander Perminov, anothe co-founder, specializes in data analytics.

Co-Founder Roman Chistyakov brings two decades of experience at major Russian corporations to the table, including Accenture, Rosneft and others.

Sergey Chernikov, co-founder and CTO, specializes in “database design, performance and high-load systems.”

Verdict

Cardium makes it difficult to disagree with physical fitness on the blockchain, and the partner network adds another layer of engagement. Investors should bear in mind, however, that the fitness tracker device wasn’t even a twinkle in the eye of its developers a year ago. It was born at the height of the cryptocurrency fever in December 2017.

While that doesn’t undermine the deal, it does increase the risk. Cardium must promote their brand and people must be willing to use their ecosystem. Otherwise, the reward tokens lose their appeal. If their roadmap materializes, this project could be a winner.

Risks

  • Cardium is a new concept that began at year-end 2017. While the startup has a defined roadmap through year-end 2018, it’s unclear if their fitness tracker is in development yet (samples are being tested this month, according to the company’s roadmap). There’s no history of performance or guarantee the market has room for another fitness tracker. -2.5
  • This brings up another risk, which is the possibility that a company like FitBit, that has proven sales, or worse Google or Apple, which similarly boast wearable products, could decide to integrate blockchain technology and issue digital tokens, which would raise the competition stakes significantly. -2

Growth Opportunity

  • Demand for wearable devices is on the rise, as illustrated below. Meanwhile, and while this part is unfortunate, the number of people with an excessive body mass index (BMI) is also increasing. Cardium has figured out a way to capitalize on each of these trends while at the same time improving the health of the global population. +4

Source: Cardium White Paper

  • Even though Cardium hasn’t generated any sales yet, they have a defined path to do so. The company will generate revenue from sales of the fitness tracker, a device by which all physical activity is measured and sent back to a smartphone and later to Cardium. They expect in year one to “attract” 10 million people and generate EBITDA of USD 150 million. +3
  • Innovation. Cardium’s concept of tokenizing daily activities could be brilliant. Consider the former wildly popular US television competition, “The Biggest Loser”. For 17 seasons, overweight contestants were tasked with losing weight by the carrot and stick method including a USD 250,000 prize reserved for one lucky winner. +3.5
  • Cardium is being advised by Moscow-based Conner & Company for the ICO. This relationship provides greater transparency to potential ICO participants and is a plus. +1.5

Disposition

We arrive at a score of 7.5 out of 10 for the Cardium ICO.

Investment Details

  • Token Type: Utility
  • Platform: ERC20/Ethereum
  • Symbol: CAD
  • Public Crowdsale: June 1 to June 30, 2018
  • Number of Tokens to be Issued: 475,372,000,000
  • Price: One CAD = USD 0.25 (Participants who invest more than USD 250 will receive a free fitness tracker device.)
  • Payment Method: Ethereum
  • Jurisdiction Banned: The United States and South Korea

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Up to this point, one of the main features of any cryptocurrency has been fungibility. Fungible means each token is divisible and identical, any token can be exchanged for another of the same type and no one token holds unique data. On Ethereum the standard for fungible tokens is called ERC20. Recently a new standard of non-fungible tokens called ERC-721 was developed. Unlike ERC-20 identical tokens, the non-fungible tokens are unique and carry data.

Crypto Kitties was one of the first ERC-721 tokens and was so popular it clogged up Ethereum. Crypto collectibles are just the very tip of the iceberg when it comes to non-fungible tokens. Real estate info, auto registration, diplomas/certificates, IDs, etc. can all have their own unique information stored into a token.

What non-fungible tokens need now is a protocol for companies to easily build from. 0xcert wants to be that protocol.

0xcert is an open source, permissionless protocol for validating the existence, authenticity and ownership of digital assets on the blockchain, translating one-of-a-kind digital or real-world assets into non-fungible tokens.

According to the company:

“With 0xcert, you can build on top of the non-fungible token standard, employing a complete toolset, development framework, and a set of conventions for various use cases. This results in shorter development time, lower risk and cuts cost associated with developing blockchain solutions. A wide range of decentralized applications and business models can be supported, giving companies the power to fully utilize the potential of blockchain technology.”

 

 

The 0xcert ecosystem is made of four different parts:

  1.  0xcert Labs: Will work on the latest innovation in the space of non-fungibility, decentralization and blockchain tech.
  2. 0xcert Protocol Development: 0xcert protocol is an open-source project. The team plans to implement a full DAO for protocol governance, which would completely empower the developer community.
  3. 0xcert Protocol Users: A lot of the team’s energy and resources will go into ensuring adoption of oxcert technology.
  4. Non-Fungible Alliance: A collaboration hub for building real-life applications.

Token

The 0xcert protocol provides a layer of conventions for creating non-fungible tokens from unique assets. These tokens are called Xcerts and are created through a custom minting process. Xcerts are a standardized and certified non-fungible token based on ERC-721 and 0xcert conventions that carries information about a particular unique asset. This mechanism is unique to the 0xcert protocol. The protocol allows for proof of existence, authenticity and ownership of these assets without third-party involvement.

The 0xcert protocol also makes use of a fungible ERC-20 utility token, called ZXC. Xcerts are all unique tokens that carry certain information, whereas ZXC tokens are uniform and are used for various utilities

DApps developed by Oxcert may use the ZXC token as the basic liquid asset for these dapps to operate on the protocol – similar to gas on the Ethereum blockchain. Some other use cases within dapps that may use ZXC include: bidding, granting access, rewards, loyalty programs, staking, etc.

 

The token distribution is as follows:

  • Crowdsale: 47%
  • Founder/team: 15%
  • Community pool: 12%
  • Reserves: 10%
  • Adviser/legal: 6%
  • Liquidity Pool: 5%
  • Pre ICO: 3%
  • Bounties: 2%

The allocation is provided below:

  • Marketing 15%
  • Development 50%
  • Legal 10%
  • Operation funds 10%
  • foundation fund 10%
  • Setting up the foundation 5%

Percentage of tokens going to contributors in all token sale stages: 50%

Lock-up for Founders: Locked for 6 months then 12.5% and 12.5% every three months.

Lock-up for Team: 20% released at ICO and 15% every three months after ICO.

Lock-up for Advisers: 20% at ICO, 40% in three months, 40% in six months

Lock-up for Reserves: 2 years

Team

The team is well organized/structured so far. There are 20 team members, mostly from Ljubljana, Slovenia. They look very young for the most part.

The 0xcert team’s mission is to empower developers with tools and useful applications of non-fungible tokens. They will also provide a foundation for trustless, certified, non-fungible tokens on the blockchain.

CEO Jure Zih was Director of Marketing from 2013-2016 for Databox, an app that serves as a personal data assistant, helping business users pay attention to what matters. They have 35 employees listed on LinkedIn. After that, he spent six months as an analytics and growth consultant for Doctrina, a pharmacy-related tech business he helped scale to over 50,000 pharmacists.

CTO/Founder Kristijan Sedlak was the CTO at the same place Jure Zih worked, Doctrinca.  Kristijan has been CTO of five different companies since 2006.

COO Mitja Pirc is a professional startup adviser. Previously he was a manager at A.T. Kearney, a huge global management consulting firm in Chicago.

Luka Kacil is the Senior Blockchain Developer. He spent three years as COO for APPMonster.

Eight advisers have been listed so far. They look pretty strong; perhaps the most important is the lead author and developer of ERC-721, William Entriken.

Verdict

ERC-721 non-fungible contracts have opened the door to all kinds of new innovations in crypto. 0xcert has a great idea for a protocol that extends this standard, making it easy to develop certified and standardized non-fungible tokens with a set of on-chain and off-chain rules, libraries and conventions for digital certificates on blockchain.

“0xcert is dealing with the application layer where developers need to act fast and agile. In order to ensure interoperability among applications in the future, Xcerts follow specific conventions. This will prevent incompatibility on a higher level, which might happen if every NFT issuer deploys their own version of an industry standard. Having this level of standardization built on top of a strong ERC-721 standard prevents high level fragmentation and safeguards long-term sustainability”

Risks

  • Kristijan Sedlak has been the CTO of at least five separate companies since 2006. This makes it seem like all he does is start-ups. Will 0xcert just be another company on his list? -1
  • When asked in Telegram, “How will 0xcert be able to scale on ethereum with all the slow transactions and high fees?”The reply was very standard: “the protocol is currently being built on Ethereum, but is blockchain agnostic.” This seems too convenient of an answer. ERC-721 tokens are a completely new idea, so it seems like making them blockchain agnostic will be really really hard to do. -2
  • The team seems pretty weak for such a challenging project. Nothing in their leaders resumes confirm they have what it takes to build this bleeding edge technology. -2
  • They lose half a point for this video. -0.5

Growth Potential

  • Possible use cases include identity, certificates, academic credentials, artwork ownership, deeds, land titles, collectibles, etc. +3
  • The smaller $10 million hard cap leaves so much room for growth. +4
  • They have an Ecosystem Growth Pool. Twelve percent of the entire token supply (community pool) and 10% of funds raised (ecosystem) will go towards the growth of the 0xvcert ecosystem.+2
  • If this protocol is successful, there will be endless dapps using it in the future. +3

Disposition

Non-fungible tokens on the blockchain is such a revolutionary idea. Its just a matter of time before competition to lead this space heats up. So far it looks like WAX and 0xcert are the two front-runners.  6.5/10

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Uulala offers a payment, remittance and micro-credit solution to the underbanked population in Latin America. The Uulala platform provides individuals in the U.S,, Mexico and Latin America the ability to participate in secure financial transactions, create a credit profile, make money transfers, as well as receive access to entertainment and participate in e-commerce, which they could not access before due to limited banking infrastructure.

The market for remittance is growing due to the situation in the economies of the world, trends in the development of migration processes and the level of unemployment. Total money transfers in the U.S. amounted to $429 billion in 2016.

Latin America and the Caribbeans are the only regions in which the growth of remittances was noted in 2016. According to the assessment, their total amount was $73 billion U.S. dollars (6.9% more than in 2015).

According to the World Bank, the average commission on transactions in the world is 7.45%, and in many remittance corridors apply significantly higher rates, which can reach 15%.

Uulala plans to take advantage of mobile money transfers through thousands of points of deposit of funds and through their Power User program. Their platform will also offer value-added services, such as entertainment products, the ability to replenish the balance of mobile phone, paying invoices abroad, forming a credit profile and cashback.

In addition to this, Uulala has filed a patent for in-house developed dynamic method fragmentation, which involves cryptographic data splitting into unique segments, the use of an error-prone Reed code – Solomon and the algorithm for calculating the checksum.

The company will create and track users credit profile, which will allow opportunities for micro-crediting platform that links creditors and lenders.

Overall, the company plans to offer a set of services in one application through an affordable and easy to use platform.

Competitors’ Market Landscape

The most significant competitors are Stellar, Trinity Network Credit, Monetha and Graft.

Traditional companies involved in remittances include Western Union, Paypal and Moneygram.

The project has a fully working MVP and is planning to release a fully working product after the crowdsale.

Token

The token Metrics are outlined below:

  • Soft Cap: 5m USD
  • Hard Cap: 50m USD
  • Total Supply: 750,000,000 UULA

The token distribution is outlined below:

  • 33% (250,000,000) – private sale participants
  • 33% (250,000,000) to he distributed to public sale participants
  • 10% (75,000,000) reserved by the Company to incentivize community, user adoption and strategic partners.
  • 10% (75,000,000) to be distributed by the company to appropriate founders and early investors at the company’s discretion.
  • 14% (100,000,000) to be distributed by the company to users of the Uulala platform through a referral and rewards program on the platform.

Any unsold tokens in the private sale will go into the public sale.

All unsold tokens from the public sale will stay on the Uulala platform held by the Company for sale only on the platform program

Token sale metrics are provided below:

Private pre-sale

  • 2 million – 2 cents
  • 3 million – 4 cents
  • 5 million – 6 cents
  • Cap – 10 million
  • Token allocation : 250,000,000

Public pre-sale

  • 3,333,333 USD – 8 cents
  • 3,333,333 USD – 10,000,000 USD – 12 cents
  • Cap – 15m
  • Token allocation: 125,000,000

Public sale

  • 5m – 13 cents
  • 2m – 17 cents
  • 18m – 28 cents
  • Cap – 25m
  • Token allocation – 125,000,000

Uulala will use part of the proceeds it received from the commission to buy back tokens the user.

Team

Two executive team members stand out in particular.

Oscar Garcia, CEO

Background – IT, Entrepreneurship

Relevant experience and achievements:

1) SEO Experience in Explore talent – creating online sales channels
2) Created web90x – e-commerce company
3) CEO in Batched – platform for services used by online merchants (mainly processing)

Oscar has relevant experience in programming and business development. It is clear that he has an understanding how to work with merchants and payment processors. Based on his contacts he is creating Uulala. He also has experience running a company, which alone is important.

A major issue is that he does not have experience implementing global projects.

Frank Dicrisi, COO

Background – Statistics

Relevant experience and achievements: COO in Atlantic Pacific Processing Systems, Inc. (payment processor).

Frank has a relevant experience, education and connections.

Alan Alvardo, CTO

 

Background: IT
Relevant experience and achievements: Ten years experience in IT; especially noteworthy are his jobs at Ktapulta Ventures and Opencap (both companies are involved in financial services in Mexico).

Verdict

Uulala offers a traditional use of blockchain for payment facilitation. The project is rather ambitious, has a clear business strategy and focus on the LATAM. The team is educated and has the necessary connections with the payment processors, electronic payment providers and merchants.

Risks

  • The token use case is supplementary. -0.5
  • There is quite a big difference between private sale price and public sale prices. -1.5
  • Competition is rather fierce in this segment. Finance is the first sector that has been disrupted by lockchain. -1.5
  • Low hype level. It seems they are mainly focused on regional marketing and do not have big brand awareness inside global crypto community. -1
  • The token will be harder to list with the multichain tokens on the exchanges. -1
  • Had cap is rather high for the current market. -1

Growth Factors

  • Idea and business case are clear. +1
  • The company has provided potential sales projections. Judging from the number of users they plan to have, their network can achieve a very high transaction volume and capitalization in the long term. +1
  • A focus on Latam, with relevant connections in the industry can allow Uulala to penetrate market fast. +2
  • MVP is available, and they are planning to launch their app after crowdsale. +3
  • Buyback mechanism is in place. +1
  • The company has managed to secure several relevant partnerships like YipTV (streaming service), Federal Consumers Association (which can bring a lot of users for their platform) and Bitlumens (provides lending options). +2
  • Team is above average, well built and educated with a relevant connection in the industry. +1.5

Disposition

Uulala has a noble vision of providing financial services in unbanked regions with a focus on LATAM. They have a team with the necessary skills and background as well as partnerships to back them up. However, there are many risks and ROI maybe not doing so well in the short term. After they get many users on board, it could be a good investment in the long term. I would say it is a good investment for people who share their vision and could use their app in the future. Uulala gets 5 of 10.

Investment Details

  • Type: Utility (supplementary token)
  • Symbol: UULA
  • Platform: Multichain
  • Crowdsale: Ongoing
  • Minimum Investment: none
  • Price: 13-28 dollar cents depending on the round
  • Hard Cap: 50m
  • Payments Accepted: USD, BTC, LTC, ETH.
  • Restrictions Barred from Participating: None

General details :

website : https://tokensale.uulala.io/

WP : https://tokensale.uulala.io/white_paper.html

FB : https://www.facebook.com/UULALAapp/

Telegram : https://t.me/uulalacommunity

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Many blockchain-based projects these days seem to focus on issues like data and identity, as these issues come to the forefront of public attention with widespread scandals like Equifax and Cambridge Analytica.

While these kinds of issues definitely affect consumers, companies are lost in the fray as well.

Regulatory bodies like governments have come down and demanded that corporations practice safe data storage and transmission practices that keep the consumer’s interests in mind. One such example is GDPR.

Solutions like Civic have emerged to give users control over their identities online. Peer Mountain is a project that not only lets users identify themselves online in a secure manner but also allows companies to offer services to users using PMTN tokens while staying compliant with regulation.

This could be huge as not staying regulatory-compliant could lead to huge fines or worse for companies.

The myriad of compliance concerns, such as compliance costs, data protection, onboarding, reliable KYC, real-time risk assessment, and so on is not being addressed sufficiently by current market solutions.

Peer Mountain is aiming to be the one-stop solution for safe, online personal data usage (consumers) and compliant, online provision of services (enterprise).

Peer Mountain Example: Car Rental

To give a concrete example, imagine you’re renting a car.

With Peer Mountain’s services, you can submit car rental forms in a few taps and get digital car keys sent to your Peer Mountain account right away instead of having to stand in a line for hours just to fill out some paperwork and wait even more.

Here’s how that works:

  1. You verify your identity with the services of identity verifiers, such as insurance companies. Your identity verification (e.g. just the confirmation that you are who you say you are vs. your personal details) is then stored safely on Peer Mountain’s decentralized network
  2. The car rental company gets access to your identity verification (confirmation document) but NOT your detailed personal information
  3. Since your identity has already been verified, the rental process is quicker
  4. For the rental agency, they receive verification but not any personal data, which means they don’t have to worry about data regulation concerns

Token

In the Peer Mountain token economy, PMTN is used for the following:

  • Offering services – when an end-user uses a Peer Mountain invitation or service offered by a company, the company pays a small PMTN fee
  • Using an identity verification – when an identity verification supplied by a verifier, such as a bank, is used, the verifier is paid in PMTN by e.g. a company that wants to verify the identity of their consumer

Everyone involved in the Peer Mountain ecosystem can take on the role of a consumer, service provider, or identity verifier. For example, service providers can provide identity verifications as another way to earn revenue.

Of the total PMTN supply (to be determined by Smartcap – red flag), 40% will be sold, 40% will be kept in the treasury, 10% will go to the team, 8% will be held in legal reserve, and 2% will go to the advisors.

Peer Mountain’s token sale has 4 stages:

  1. Presale 1 (priority first)
  2. Presale 2 (priority first) (presale ended March 15th, 2018)
  3. Tier 1 (public)
  4. Tier 2 (public)

peer mountain token sale

Of the proceeds, 40% will go to technological development, 25% to business development, 25% to marketing, and 10% to regulatory and legal costs.

The hard cap, too, is to be determined by Smartcap – red flag.

Team

CEO Jed Grant – Grant was named one of the top 200 European fintech leaders by LATTICE80 and has had a long career in tech, including IT at NATO as well as deep experience in compliance as CEO of KYC3.com, a leader in the compliance world that has been recognized for many relevant awards and honors, such as WealthTech Circle in London, Disrupt.Finance in Zurich, Fintech Fusion in Geneva, Lux Future Lab in Luxembourg, and Europe4Startups.

In terms of advisers, two in particular stand out.

Jeremy Epstein, CEO of Never Stop Marketing – took Sprinklr, a customer experience management platform for businesses, from $20m to $1.8b in four years as CMO

Professor Jorge Sanz – Global Chief Innovation Officer in Banking at IBM

Verdict

While the idea is great, Peer Mountain suffers from issues, such as a lack of strong team and advisors (relative to other projects), no working product, no disclosed significant partnerships, and a variable total token supply as well as token sale hard cap.

Risks

  • Team could be stronger relative to other projects’ teams. (-0.2)
  • Same goes for advisers. (-0.2)
  • No working product. (-0.2)
  • No significant partnerships that have been disclosed. (-0.2)
  • Max PMTN supply and token sale hardcap are variable and not set in stone. (-0.5)
  • Maximum contribution amounts unspecified. Combined with heavy discounts for presale purchasers (30% – Presale 1, 20% – Presale 2), this could be worrisome for those looking to get in on the public sale. (-1)

Growth Potential

  • Potentially huge emerging industry (staying compliant with data regulations). (+4)
  • First mover advantage – Peer Mountain seems to be the only project addressing the issues of personal data protection and data regulatory compliance at the same time. If things go well, they could cement themselves as the market leader quickly. (+3)

Disposition

Peer Mountain is a promising project with a very strong promise. However, things like lack of a strong team and advisors, no working product, no significant, disclosed partnerships, variable supply and funding cap, and unspecified maximum contribution amounts make it somewhat of a risky investment. Further analysis is recommended for those interested. As a result, Peer Mountain receives a 4.7/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: PMTN
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crodsale: TBA
  • Minimum Investment: 1 PMTN (Presale), Unspecified (Public Sale)
  • Price: 1 ETH = 2,917 PMTN
  • Hard Cap: Unspecified
  • Payments Accepted: ETH
  • Restricted from Participating: Unspecified

For More Information:

Peer Mountain Website

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