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For financial institutions, the post-crisis period has had many defining attributes, chief among them being the ever-changing regulatory environment. Changes in regulation often require a shift in internal processes, impacting everything from profit margins to business growth. In recent years, securities watchdogs have had an even bigger bone to pick with Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) guidelines. It turns out the big banks simply weren’t doing enough around this costly area of regulation.

The advent of initial coin offerings (ICOs) has placed even more emphasis on KYC/AML requirements, especially for token raises deemed to be securities. As it turns out, the blockchain industry has already responded to KYC/AML requirements via SAFT, or the Simple Agreement for Future Equity framework. It remains to be seen whether SAFT can streamline investor accreditation and verification or whether it will create more problems than it tries to solve.

Coinfirm has been closely monitoring the evolution of KYC and AML policies over time, and is acutely aware of the challenges of formulating best practices. In response, the firm has launched the AMLT network to help companies address their KYC, AML and Counter Terrorist Financing (CTF) requirements.

As we eluded to earlier, these regulatory bottlenecks have already influenced the blockchain community. Despite the growth and widespread adoption of cryptocurrencies, Coinfirm says KYC/AML/CTF requirements are a “massive roadblock” to the industry’s long-term growth. If blockchain-based currencies want to continue scaling up and attracting mainstream investors, they need to adopt a system that protects them against high-risk transactions, clients and groups.

Against this backdrop, the ultimate goal of the Coinfirm project is to create the global cryptocurrency standard for AML/CTF.

Token

Coinfirm is offering an audited ERC223 token that will be used for prepaid products and access rights within the network. Members of the network will also receive AMLT tokens for providing ratings and information on specific addresses (hence, the “democratic” element embedded into the system).

The token itself is an important cog in the Coinfirm AML/CTF platform. Users can not only spend tokens on verification services, they can receive AMLT for participating in the rating and verification process.

Of the 400 million AMLT tokens available, 210 million will be dispersed through the crowdsale, which runs from Dec. 12, 2017 through Jan. 30, 2018. The company has 120 million tokens allocated to a rewards pool for network members.

Team

The AMLT project is backed by a team of more than 30 people specifically recruited from the blockchain industry and with domain experience in AML, compliance and anti-fraud management.

Pawel Kuskowski is the CEO and founder of the project. He brings to the fore many years of experience as an AML/CTF and compliance adviser, having worked with major financial institutions up to and including RBS.

Co-founders Pawel Aleksander and Jakub Fijolek serve the project in the capacities of CIO and CTO, respectively. Aleksander has a proven track record in fraud prevention and AML/CTF, while Fijolek brings with him IT and security expertise.

Grant Blaisdell and Maciej Ziolkowski round out the founding team members. Blaisdell appears to be the business brains behind the project, whereas Ziolkowski is the cryptocurrency expert.

In addition to the founders, AMLT has recruited a COO, delivery director, AML specialists, tech specialists and product owners. Suffice it to say, this is one of the most complete teams we’ve seen featured in an ICO.

Verdict

AMLT is a powerful concept that is backed by a world-class team and solid technical specifications. The platform is also coming on to the scene at the right time, as ICOs and blockchain enterprises seek regulatory clarity around token issuance.

Risks

  • As the whitepaper rightly identifies, there is hefty competition in this space. Brands such as Elliptic, Chainanalysis, Scorechain and others are also involved in helping companies implement regulatory compliance. Although AMLT believes it is superior, an increasingly crowded market is a risk worthy of consideration. -2
  • If the plan is to make tokens more easily accepted and adopted by mainstream financial institutions, doesn’t that defeat the purpose of a decentralized cryptocurrency system? What about ICOs that only serve a utility function? Should they also be required to meet stringent KYC/AML requirements? We bring this up because that’s one of the challenges associated with SAFT. By listing your ICO on the SAFT, aren’t you raising the likelihood that your token will be deemed to be a security? That was one of the major contentions of a recent report from the Cardozo Blockchain Project-2

Growth Potential

  • Although the cryptocurrency market is worth more than $350 billion, struggles with regulatory compliance have left the industry outside the purview of traditional banks. If cryptocurrencies want to access this market (and they do), they will need to meet the sector’s AML/CTF requirements. This suggests that demand for AML/KYC platforms like the one offered by Coinfirm will only rise. +3
  • From a personnel perspective, AMLT is absolutely stacked. On paper, it’s a perfect blend of blockchain experience, domain expertise and business prowess. Over 30 folks working on the project should leave investors feeling good about their prospects. +3
  • The AMLT platform provides tangible use cases and benefits for its users. AMLT users receive discounts to access the AML/CTF platform and associated reports. They also receive exclusive access to exclusive content. For AMLT network members, tokens are rewarded for contributing data on cryptocurrency addresses. +2
  • Coinfirm is already partnered with some of the major cryptocurrency players, including bitcoin, Dash and Ethereum. If you’re concerned about use cases, Coinfirm seems to have it covered. +3

Disposition

Based on the above analysis, we arrive at a score of 7 out of 10 for AMLT. It’s a viable project, already with big-name partners and backed by one of the strongest teams we’ve seen in a token raise. Regardless of our opinion on financial regulation, these requirements are only intensifying. As cryptocurrencies become more mainstream, a platform like AMLT could become a conduit for future growth.

Investment Details

  • Type: Crowdsale
  • Symbol: AMLT
  • Token Sale: Dec. 12, 2017 – Jan. 30, 2018
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Tokens Available Via ICO: 210 million
  • Minimum Pre-Sale Purchase: 500,000 AMLT

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The existence of censorship on content is a brute fact of the modern world. Although this is arguably justifiable on moral grounds in some cases, often it is used for economic and/or political reasons by governments and corporations and the ordinary people usually have none to very little power on this decision. Several countries such as China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore are known for extensive restrictions implemented on Internet usage.

This contradicts with freedom of speech and expression and the NODVIX team provides a broadcasting platform, similar to YouTube but without KYC procedures and governmental interventions, enabling people to reclaim their right to free speech. Instead of appealing to any governmental criterion of content restrictions or bans, NODVIX is self-regulating as people acting as master-nodes restrict or ban content. Still, as what counts as illegal content differs from one jurisdiction to another, it is not clear how any confusion over such definitions would be dissolved.

The platform is designed to be live 24 hours a day and this is incentivized by a reward mechanism. Any profit made by several streams of revenue such as advertisement will be distributed among actors on the platform.

  1. Original content creators or uploaders get 83%.
  2. Supported torrent nodes get 8%. Staking NDVX tokens are a requirement to become a supported torrent node.
  3. Unsupported torrent nodes get 2%. They are not asked to stake NDVX tokens, but they get a lesser cut of one-fourth.
  4. The platform gets the rest, using 5% for marketing and 2% for platform development.

The platform works in the following way: Firstly, a visual media, whether it is a music video, news story or a film, or anything with a frame rate is uploaded to the platform by its creator or uploader. Then advertisers provide appropriate banners which are then checked by torrent nodes. A hash file which contains also wallet addresses where profits will be sent is created and stored by torrent nodes. Ads take their place in content and the content is broadcast to the platform, placed into specialized categories. Then it is available for users to watch whenever they’d like. It should be noted that as torrent nodes play a quite important role, they can choose not to broadcast some content.

Token

The platform’s internal currency, NDVX, is used by an advertiser to pay for advert airtime, by original content creators and uploaders to receive in return for their efforts and by supported torrent nodes to stake. As people who stake their NDVX tokens get a higher percentage of profits than who do not, we can say that there is sufficient holding pressure for the token.

The ICO investor should note that the base price is 8,000 NVX for 1 ETH though this is only for the last twenty days of the ICO. The sale is structured that early birds pay less ETH per token as an investor will get 15,040 NDVX for 1 ETH, almost 90% more tokens for the same cost. It should worry him or her that during the pre-ICO, contributors get 24,000 NDVX per ETH, making the pre-ICO price 200% over the ICO base price. Also, the more ETH one invests in, the more NDVX tokens he or she gets as a bonus. Thus, we can safely say that anyone considering to participate in the token sale should either hurry up or wait until the token hits exchanges.

The total supply of NDVX tokens are yet to be determined, but they will be distributed according to the following.

  1. 75% pre-ICO + ICO
  2. 12% team
  3. 9% reserved
  4. 4% bounty

It is another source of worry that team tokens are locked for 6 months, a shorter period of time than most ICOs. No information on how the team is planning to use the token sale proceeds is made public yet.

Team

Valeriya Okuneva: Okuneva is a content specialist at BAKERS, a marketing and advertising company based in Moscow.

Ryan Raymond: Raymond is a community advisor at PayFair.

Verdict

Below is a breakdown of the risks and growth potential of NODVIX.

Risks

  • Team members’ LinkedIn pages do not show their previous working experience. (-2)
  • Token metrics do not favor the later ICO investor much. (-2)

Growth Potential

  • A demo for Windows, MAC, and Linux is already available, a rare sight for many ICOs. It can be found at the top of NODVIX’s website. (+4)
  • As supported torrent nodes (master nodes) who get 8% of the profit are required to stake NDVX tokens, there is sufficiently strong holding pressure. (+2.5)

Disposition

Governmental intervention over the content on the Internet gets tighter and tighter every single day. People living in places like China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore experience this phenomenon in their day to day lives. In response, the NODVIX team provides a broadcasting platform similar to YouTube where original content creators and uploaders provide visual media and get paid in return. As the platform will be live 24 hours a day, people who will supply and verify the content data are incentivized to do so through a stake-and-reward mechanism. Any supported torrent node will get 8% of the profit, which is a sufficient reason to hold NDVX tokens.

It is a bit hard to evaluate the project’s value in terms of return on investment as team members’ LinkedIn pages contain very little information, yet a working demo already exists and can be found at the top of the main page. It is quite praiseworthy that Windows, Mac, and Linux versions are available. Token metrics do not favor the late ICO investor as the early bird catches not only the worm but also great bonuses. Anyone planning to participate in the sale should hurry or perhaps wait until the token hits the market. NODVIX receives a 2.5/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: NDVX
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: November 22nd
  • Minimum Investment: 0.01 ETH
  • Price: 0.000125 ETH
  • Hard Cap: 21,000 ETH
  • Payments Accepted: BTC, ETH
  • Restricted from Participating: United States, Singapore, Korea, China.

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Many social media companies store and sell their users’ public and private data for financials gains and we all have been a victim of such acts at some point. However, it’s not just our personal data that has monetary value but any content that we produce, too. Think of a blog you have posted on your Facebook page or a blogging platform. The piece contains information and thus has value to anyone seeking such information, yet, unless you’re a professional content creator, you probably haven’t made even a single cent out of it. Some would argue that this is hardly fair.

FidelityHouse is a social content network which enables content creators to publish and get paid in return and readers to be selectively updated on their own interests. But that is not the most innovative feature of the network. Thanks to FidelityHouse Chain, any content creators can prove that he or she is the original creator of the content with reasonable fees, thus proposing a solution for one of the most important problems in the intellectual property industry.

Contrary to many blockchain projects which have only started development recently, without any working product at all, FidelityHouse is a project born in 2011 with a team continuously working on it since then. It has 63 million page views, 400 million impressions, 20 million unique visitors and 10 million videos viewed per month only in Italy. An extremely successful product which is live for seven years now hits the cryptocurrency scene to gain ground with additional features thanks to blockchain technology.

This use of blockchain allows the team to develop a fairer and more transparent content lifecycle management system, making it possible for content creators to prove the ownership of the content. FidelityHouse Chain has three components, all contributing to this very purpose. The proof of authorship tracks the existence of authenticity of any product, the proof of license proves the veracity of licenses granted by content creators to other parties and the proof of revenue documents any value generated from content.

The proof of authorship is arguably the most important component of the chain. When content is submitted, its hash value, a data which uniquely identifies it, and timestamp, containing the time of submission, is recorded onto the blockchain. As any change in the content, no matter how small it is, affects both values, the earliest content is proved to be the original one, thus proving the author of this content to be its original author. Still, as it is always possible to make “small” changes while keeping the rest intact. To protect authors and their products, a plagiarism detection mechanism is in place, which is available for a reasonable fee.

Yet not every submitted content gets published on the FidelityHouse platform. Step by step, any submission follows this model.

  1. Firstly, an author submits his or her content to the platform.
  2. Two expert moderators evaluate it and decide if it is to be published or to be revised.
  3. The content’s originality is verified by the platform’s plagiarism detection mechanism and its ownership is handed to the author.
  4. The platform gets paid for advertisements.
  5. Now the content is ready, it is open to platform users and external visitors.
  6. The revenue obtained is distributed among the content creator and moderators.
  7. These FIH tokens can be used in return for platform services or sent to exchanges.

Token

FIH tokens are used to gain access to the platform services and to reward moderators. These platform services include but aren’t restricted to timestamping and plagiarism monitoring. The content creator can purchase any single service or subscribe to a package fitting his or her needs. Any action taking place in the platform is paid or received by FIH tokens, so the content creator should have FIH tokens to benefit from platform services.

In the first stage of the sale taking place between September 1st and October 30th, a bonus equal to or over 32% is offered to private sale investors. In the following stage, the pre-sale contributors will have a chance to gain 27% bonus between October 31st and January 7th. As there is plenty of time until the pre-sale ends, the investor has no reason to hurry. Any unsold token will be burned.

The initial total supply of FIH is 1,000,000,000 tokens with the following token distribution:

  1. 50% private, pre-sale and ICO
  2. 15% founders
  3. 6.4% referral sales
  4. 6% advisors
  5. 9% team
  6. 13.6% reserve funds

All tokens except ICO tokens and reserve funds are locked for 9 to 12 months, which means there will be a very limited supply of FIH tokens in the short term.

How the team planning to use the token sale proceeds is not made public as of the time of writing.

Team

Alessandro Bellato: Bellato has worked for NEST, an information technology and services company, for over twelve years.

Filippo Marcassoli: Marcassoli was a marketing specialist at Roche Diagnostics, a healthcare company based in Basel.

Luca Del Torchio: Before joining Safilo, an eyewear company, Del Torchio has worked as a consultant at Deloitte and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Vittorio Ferrari: Ferrari, a former marketing director at Bonduelle, has worked for Olivetti and Kodak.

Advisors

Alvise Saccomani: Saccomani is the head of trading at BANOR, an Italian investment firm.

Sebastiano Cappa: Cappa is a member of the board of directors at IAB Europe. Previously he was the head of the Italian branch at SmartFocus, a computer software company based in London.

Verdict

Below is a breakdown of the risks and growth potential of FidelityHouse.

Risks

  • Bonuses provided to private sale and pre-sale contributors are a bit high. (-1.5)
  • The token appeals to a very niche audience, namely FidelityHouse platform users. (-1.5)

Growth Potential

  • The project is live since 2011 and has gained serious community interest: 63 million page views, 400 million impressions, 200 million unique visitors and 10 million videos viewed per month in Italy. (+3.5)
  • The platform is able to support any content through its lifecycle while enabling the content creator to monetize his or her efforts. Hashing and timestamping is sufficient to prove any content’s original ownership. (+2.5)
  • There is not much competition for similar projects within the blockchain sphere. (+1)

Disposition

In many content sharing platforms, their respective creators do not get paid and it is the platform owners who actually make money. FidelityHouse enables these content creators to monetize their efforts and to prove that they are the original creators of the content. Although this is a quite important problem in the digital intellectual properties industry and the use of blockchain almost perfectly fits the goal, surprisingly there is not much competition. The project has been around since 2011 and already has seen great interest, thus an audience already exists. Still, bonuses provided to private sale and pre-sale investors are a bit high, so the ICO investor should be wary. Also, the token’s usage is restricted to the platform and thus a very niche audience, which means that if the project does not attract content creators, low demand for the token can be expected. FidelityHouse receives a 4/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: FIH
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: January 8th
  • Minimum Investment: Unspecified
  • Price: 0.0002 ETH
  • Hard Cap: 100,000 ETH
  • Payments Accepted: Ethereum
  • Restricted from Participating: the United States and China

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As we spend more and more time on the Internet, we become more “digital” and unsurprisingly, our everyday practices keep changing. Yet, change isn’t always so simple, especially when it comes down to intellectual property. Constantly using the Internet and creating new, original content whose rights we are entitled to, creates controversies as the intellectual property market faces several crucial problems such as in the following:

  • It is hard to establish connections between businesses and intellectual property owners.
  • There is no high-quality sustainable system dedicated to intellectual property.

But no more says the Brain Space team whose primary goals are to create an infrastructure to solve problems in the industry and to provide frictionless access for authors to the international stage. The latter is especially crucial for the market and should be underlined because if it is hard, inaccessible and inconvenient for an author to register and record his or her products, a healthy market’s occurrence is hardly conceivable.

Yet this is proven to be hard in the actual intellectual properties market as “a huge increase in capitalization, the issue of infringement of the author’s rights and the misuse of someone else’s intellectual property is acute”. The author has every reason and right to demand that his or her rights are protected and his or her products are used in accordance with legal frameworks. This brings the need for a platform where copyrights, patents or other intellectual properties are registered and protected rightfully.

Creating a safe and fast platform to store all this data is not an easy task obviously, yet Brain Space has proven how serious they are by building their own data center for this purpose to support the network of nodes. It is planned to have a capacity of 5 Petabytes (5,000 Terabytes or 5,000,000 Gigabytes), 3,000 KW of energy and 500 server racks each with a 40 Gbit per second Internet connection.

Token

IMP tokens are used as universal payment tools in the platform. The private-sale price per IMT token is $0.01, the pre-sale price $0.03 and the ICO price is $0.08. As any ICO investors will have to pay eight times of private sale contributors for the same number of tokens, token metrics do not seem favorable for him or her. Any crypto-investor who has taken a likening in the project might be better off if he or she waits until the token hits the market where probably he or she could buy it cheaper than the ICO price.

The initial total supply of IMP is 2,700,000,000 tokens with the following token distribution:

  1. 10% private sale
  2. 26% token sale
  3. 5% bounty, bonus, marketing
  4. 2% further attraction in the project
  5. 17% pre-sale
  6. 15% team
  7. 25% maintaining the platform project

The team is planning to use the token sale proceeds as follows.

  1. 28% data center
  2. 1% ICO expenses
  3. 15% listing, marketing, and business development
  4. 7% team
  5. 2% attraction of users
  6. 2% legal and financial services
  7. 8% expansion, operations
  8. 2% legal status and licenses
  9. 15% backup
  10. 5% technical development
  11. 14% specialists
  12. 1% community events

Team

Ivan Shikhalev: Shikhalev was a software engineer at Tenzor Company.

Denis Dimitriev: Dimitriev has worked as a financial analyst at TeleTrade Russia.

Verdict

Below is a breakdown of the risks and growth potential of Brain Space.

Risks

  • As the ICO price is eight times of the private sale price, any ICO investor will have to pay eight times more than a private sale contributor for the same number of IMP tokens which does not sound like a healthy investment at all. It might be reasonable to wait until the token hits the market and hope it opens at a lower price if you are interested in the project. (-2)

Growth Potential

  • The team is planning to have its own data center, which means that the team is aiming to provide sufficient speed and security for the platform in addition to any other nodes run by others. (+2)
  • Blockchains’ immutable permanent nature is a perfect fit for intellectual property platforms. (+2)

Disposition

The intellectual rights market suffers from several problems such as the absence of a high-quality sustainable platform, the infringement of authors’ rights and the misuse of the authors’ rights as well as products. Blockchain technology, thanks to its immutable, permanent nature, has a high chance to solve this problem and Brain Space is such a platform aiming at these issues. Although one might be worried about the platform’s security, speed, and scalability, the team is planning to build its own high-capacity data center to support network needs. Still, from an ICO investor’s perspective, we cannot say token metrics are favorable as the private sale contributors had the chance to buy IMP tokens with a price of $0.01 while the ICO price is $0.08. As of the time of writing, there are still two months until the ICO, so the ICO investor should strongly weigh the project’s pros and cons before making any investment and likely consider buying tokens after they hit the market. Brain Space receives a 2/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: IMP
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: January 14th
  • Minimum Investment: $100
  • Price: $0.08
  • Hard Cap: $73,630,000
  • Payments Accepted: Bitcoin, Ethereum
  • Restricted from Participating: United States, China, and North Korea

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