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Blockchain 2.0 – using the blockchain for purposes other than simply register the movement of funds. The purpose of Creativechain is to allow digital creative works to be registered one time and become indelible – permanently the property of their creator or owner, in a provable way. From a financial standpoint, there are several possible utilities here, chief among them allowing creators to get paid regardless of who or where their content appears.

The recent irruption of blockchain technology gives many possibilities for the registration and distribution of intellectual property without intermediaries.

Creativechain’s whitepaper correctly identifies that traditional media industries have not managed to harness the power of the decentralized internet. While they have managed to profit from things like Spotify, the sale of MP3 albums and e-books, they have failed to automate this and still rely on law enforcement to ensure their properties are not pirated.

Creativechain proposes to make a step toward ending this state of affairs. Creators would be able to register their work once on Creativechain, and then those who would like to enjoy the work or use it in other commercial applications can simply license it from the creator directly, in an automated way. If you’re a publication looking for some content, you could license a few articles through Creativechain, and a marketplace of competing authors could serve your need. It doesn’t always work like this in creative pursuits, of course, but the point is that a more equitable situation for creators is possible through the blockchain.

Creativechain incorporates all the advantages derived from the innovation of crypto coins. In this way, without the need to use bank accounts, purchases, micropayments or donations can be made to the authors of the registered contents.

Creativechain will be paired with Creativecoin (CREA). These are the token of exchange on Creativechain. They will obviously be exchangeable for Bitcoin when altcoin exchanges list them.

The platform also aims to make the creation of decentralized applications easier for developers, so that platforms can be built on top of it in order to make the acquisition and distribution of content easier. Creativechain is a Scrypt-based Proof-of-Work network, meaning that people will be able to obtain CREA by mining, and miner rewards will be enhanced with the registration fee that all creative works will pay (.001 flat fee.) This fee is interesting because it means that all participants in the network will have incentive to see the network grow and prosper – miners will want more people using Creativechain so that more registrations are made; users will want more users so as to potentially make the value of their CREA and subsequently their works rise. The approach is novel and differs from Factom in that it 1) uses its own blockchain, rather than attaching data to the Bitcoin blockchain and 2) calls for the creation of a market. Combined with the ability to trade the token, therefore adding another element to the system: you, the speculator. All elements play vital roles, as in all markets.

Lastly, Creativechain will make it easy for people to utilize smart contracts. Think subscription fees. Without the middlemen of Paypal and the banking cartel, subscription fees can be more affordable. All types of digital content providers can benefit from something like this: “we got rid of our advertisements, can you pay a couple CREA a day for automatically-enabled access?”

The platform also has a concept called “Smart Actions,” which means that creators will be able to sell access to their content using a variety of methods. Presumably, for instance, a creator could sell the rights to something for non-cryptocurrency, and then issue a license to the lessee themselves. The overwhelming theme seems to be to enable the legitimate owners of content, rather than the publishing and recording powerhouses of old.

Who It Is

Creativechain is the brain child of graphic/web design veteran David Proto. Proto has been working around that industry since 2007, and he founded Comando Suricato, his current firm, in May of 2013. Since then he has worked for a few blockchain-related firms in graphic/web design categories. It is evident that he himself would benefit from a successful launch of Creativechain, given that he creates visually interesting and high quality artwork on a regular basis. In a recent interview, Proto said:

Creativechain is a platform with a clear roadmap whose goal is to be a free software tool of reference in the multimedia ecosystem of the new era blockchain. Throughout this year, we hope to see the use of the platform in the main audiovisual media (photography, video and music). Once Creativechain platform is consolidated, we will open new platforms connected to the blockchain of Creativechain. They will be specialized in the distribution of software, ebooks, blogs, newspapers and other means of cultural distribution.

Next on the founders list is Anna Nos Ripolles. She is also a co-founder of Comando Suricato, and has acted as an art director at a few organizations over the past few years. Her role or importance is relatively unclear, but presumably as an artist she plays a direct role in the look and feel of the Creativechain product.

Web searching her LinkedIn username reveals a bit more of her career, from before her listing on the site. For instance we find here that she is a highly competent desktop publisher.

That she and David are both artists lends some credibility to the platform’s intentions – it’s always best to try and solve one’s own problems first.

Last on the founders list is Vicent Nos Ripolles. Vicent appears to be the technological brain of the founder team, having worked in IT consulting as well as having previously funded and founded a co-working space called the Entropy Factory. He lists PHP, payment gateways, and electronic payments as his skills.

Unlike other projects we have reviewed here, the team includes mostly developers. That’s what you want to see when dealing with a technology product: more developers and actually useful workers than anything. The product doesn’t reach market at the behest of the “social media manager” after all. Making up the rest of the team we have 4 developers, 1 system administrator, and 1 strategic communication guy. This last guy likely plays the very difficult/important role of reaching out to content makers like Hacked.com and attempting to get them to use the platform.

The Verdict

The author will be eating his own dog food on this one, and entering the crowdsale personally. This does not automatically earn this crowdsale a 10 on a scale of 1-10. The merits of this project, and the need of it, are known very well to the author. So as not to pollute the rating, let’s look at some of the negatives of this project before delivering the verdict.

  1. The role of Creativechain could be played by a competent Counterparty or Ethereum project, eliminating its novelty. On the same note, Factom could simply expand to do everything Creativechain intends to do. It certainly wouldn’t fall outside of their mission of “making the world’s systems honest.”
  2. Creativechain uses a Scrypt proof-of-work mining algorithm. While this is good for miners, it has to stay good for miners in order to avoid difficulty surges and valleys. Many altcoins experience periods where, right after a large mining outfit disconnects from the network, no one remaining has the hash power to mine another block for hours until the difficulty drops. One hopes Creativechain will be aware of this hazard and implement smarter difficulty adjustment alogrithms as a result, since accessibility of the content and payment rails is of the utmost importance.
  3. Too much of the communications seem to be based in Spanish language. Nothing against Spanish speakers, but the language of money in our current times is most definitely English. If Comando Suricato is entirely serious about their project, they will hopefully contract with communications people in English-speaking countries to more clearly communicate their message to the money centers. The whitepaper itself is clearly not written by a native English speaker, but this should only become a problem if competing projects reach fruition before Creativechain has a chance to mature.

These things notwithstanding, we’re going with a 7.3 on this one. Like all altcoins, it has the potential to tank in value, but the utility would still be there. This tank in value would affect you mainly if you entered in at the crowdsale level, otherwise it would be a benefit for you. So you may just want to wait until it gets listed on exchanges, and catch it on a downward movement, if you believe you’ll have a use for the coin. As far as pure speculation goes, you’ll want to limit your investment here pending the future, but active trading, rather than passive holding, could net you a tidy profit once the thing goes live.

Investment Details

Just under 8 million CREA are available for another couple of weeks (roughly). Unlike most ICOs, you can buy CREA with a bank account. That they are making their identities known to the banking cartel is a major plus in terms of safety, since no sane scammer would do as much. You can, of course, also use Bitcoin.

If you enter the crowdsale via Bitcoin, make sure you have control of the wallet you use – do not use Coinbase or some other Bitcoin bank, because in the event that the ICO does not take off, your refund will be sent to the address you sent from (minus 2%). Once you’ve made your investment, you can claim your CREA on May 1st. The wallet is already available for testing:

You can’t buy a specific amount of CREA in the Crowdsale. The way they are doing it, the 7,947,316 CREA that are being sold will be distributed amongst the investors by how much they invested. So if 100 people invested and you invested 20% of the group’s sum investment, you would get 1,589,463.20 CREA. Currently around 70 people have invested roughly a little over $10,000 in bitcoins. Bank investments are obviously not public in the same way. This makes the current value of each CREA about 70 satoshis.

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Currently, more than four billion people use the Internet and it is estimated that by 2025 there will be 75 billion IoT devices in use. It is reasonable to assume that the number of Internet users will keep increasing and that its impact on our lives will get bigger and bigger. But this does not mean that the network is getting safer and freer over time. Almost every Internet user gets delivered third-party content and the parabolical increase in the popularity of ad block software proves that the public considers this an important issue.

Honeybox provides a solution to this issue, not at a software level like ad blocker software, but at a hardware level. By using a device which can fit into the palm of your hand, Honeybox helps the user to deny any non-authenticated data packet before it makes its way into your computer.

Although it might seem like it is doing exactly what ad blocker software does, it’s actually a bit different. Ad-based data makes its way to your computer and these programs block only their rendering in your browser. Thus, it is more accurate to say that they are not shown, rather than being blocked. Your bandwidth is still used, so it affects your Internet speed. On the other hand, Honeyboy denies the request before it reaches your computer. The end effect is a faster Internet connection as well as enhanced online privacy and safety.

Honeybox truly puts ad and tracker blocking and authentication into your hands completely. You are not required to have, download or install any application or have a monthly plan. Simply connecting the device to your Internet router is sufficient and every single device including your television, mobile phone, and IoT devices are under protection.

Token

HNY tokens will be used initially for transactions between Honeybox users, yet as the device is able to act as an encrypted identity channel within the network, it is possible to use the device as a gateway for paid services such as cable TV channels and so on. Connecting to the Internet while the device is on rewards users with HNY tokens, in a process somewhat similar to mining.

In the pre-sale phase, the tokens will be sold for a price between $0.025 and $0.035, or a bonus between 100% and 42%, which is very unfavorable for ICO investors. Pre-sale contributors will be provided with hardware units which are planned to be sold for $60 per piece as well. These devices will be made available after the sale is completed. Any unsold tokens will be added to the mining pool. Tokens allocated for the team and founders will be locked for twenty-four months.

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

  1. 30% Honeybox trade system
  2. 30% inflation control
  3. 20% market (token sale)
  4. 8% strategic partners
  5. 4% founders and team
  6. 4% advisors
  7. 2% airdrop
  8. 2% bug bounties

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

  1. 37% marketing
  2. 25% maintenance, research, and development
  3. 10% partnerships
  4. 10% general business reserve
  5. 8% general operational
  6. 6% legal and financial counsel
  7. 4% events and travel

Team

Bryant Maroney: Maroney has worked as an architect of emerging technologies at Bank of America and as a software engineer at Ford Motor Company.

Advisors

Dan Ramirez: Ramirez has worked at iCrossing, 500 Startups, Neo@Ogilvy, Microsoft, Glam Media, Yahoo, Bank of America and DDB.

Lano Williams: Williams was the manager of integrated marketing analytics at DDB Los Angeles.

Verdict

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

Risks

  • Huge bonuses for pre-sale investors. (-2)
  • The token has very limited use in the platform and it is not obviously clear why the project needs a blockchain at this point. (-1)
  • No team members except the CEO are listed on the web-page. (-1)

Growth Potential

  • The white-paper features a viable business plan. (+2)
  • As the hardware device will be ready to be shipped by the end of the token sale, the project has already made good progress so far. (+2)
  • The project aims to solves an actual and important issue. (+2)

Disposition

Although the Internet becomes a bigger part of our lives day by day, it does not mean that our experience with it becomes safer and freer. Our privacy is constantly under an attack by things like advertisements, malicious programs and trackers. Users and developers always come up with new ways and programs to solve this issue and the increase in the number of downloads of ad blocker software proves this. Yet using these programs does not solve the issue completely as what these programs do is not blocking the access of the advertisements et al but rather block the showing of them in users’ browsers. This results with users’ bandwidth being used, a slower Internet speed and his or her privacy invaded. In order to solve this issue, the HoneyBox team provides a hardware device which blocks these data packets at the hardware level before they make their way into your local network. A huge improvement on ad blockers with relatively cheap devices, HoneyBox has a high chance for success. Still the token has very limited use in the platform as why the project needs a blockchain is not obvious. Only the CEO Bryant Maroney is listed in the web-page which can be taken as a red flag for now. Further, bonuses for pre-sale are very high. Still, as hardware devices are planned to be shipped by the end of the token sale, we can say that the project has made some progress thus far. HoneyBox receives a 2/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: XLM – Utility
  • Symbol: HNY
  • Platform: Stellar
  • Crowdsale: January 16th
  • Minimum Investment: Unspecified
  • Price: $0.05
  • Hard Cap: $10,000,000
  • Payments Accepted: ETH, BTC, XLM
  • Restricted from Participating: Unspecified

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It is hard to be an inhabitant of the crypto-world for sure. Remember your first time using a fiat gateway to buy Bitcoin, sending it to a cryptocurrency exchange, executing orders to obtain other cryptocurrencies? For newcomers, all these are not easy and for experienced crypto investors, it is still tedious to move funds from one place to another. You need to use multiple wallets to store different coins, keep your private keys safe and there are only a few platforms to exchange your crypto-assets with actual fiat currencies and traditional assets.

Platio is an all-in-one platform built on the EOS blockchain, connecting the two different worlds of crypto-currencies and traditional assets and providing banking services for crypto and fiat currencies and brokerage for stocks. It allows crypto-investors to store, send and receive their cryptocurrencies while enabling them to trade these with fiat and even stocks. Having already obtained UK and EU licenses, Platio is aiming to become the decentralized banking hub for all cryptocurrency and fiat money activities.

Asset Guard is a smart-contract based Platio product which is designed to protect the platform user’s assets against the high market volatility or the loss of access that can occur for several reasons such as the user’s death or simply losing his or her private keys. Auto Exchange smart contracts contain pre-set conditions to be executed when they are met, so the user’s assets stop further losses. This allows him or her to not constantly check his or her portfolio. It is possible for platform users to pre-set a certain period of time so that if the wallet is not activated for this period, the chosen assets are transferred to another wallet which the wallet owner previously chooses. This ensures that in unfortunate circumstances that the owner might find himself or herself in, assets stored in the platform are not lost forever.

Smart Escrow is another Platio product, designed to increase the commercial use of the platform by businesses and individuals. In the absence of an escrow service for shopping with crypto-assets, there is no way to make sure that the seller sends the product, or the buyer sends the amount of money for the transaction. Thanks to Smart Escrow, Platio users can chat in the internal messenger app, determine conditions for deals and once it is established that these conditions are met, the assets in the escrow will be transferred. Furthermore, thanks to Platio’s Merchant Processing API, sellers will be able to get easily paid by several means such as cards, cryptocurrencies, and SWIFT transfers.

Token

PGAS tokens will be used for internal transactions such as commissions, fees, and subscriptions. When the token is used for transactions, discounts depending on the user’s platform activity and subscription will apply as well. Half of platform commissions will be burned until no more than 10% of PGAS tokens are in circulation, decreasing (circulating) supply of PGAS and possibly pushing the price higher.

The ICO investor should note that the public pre-sale contributors are offered to buy their tokens with a bonus of 15%. In the first two days of the public sale, between November 26th and 28th, a bonus of 8% will be presented, so this bonus offered to the public pre-sale contributors should not worry the ICO investor as it isn’t as significant as bonuses for other ICOs. It should be also noted that any unsold token will be burned.

The initial total supply of PGAS is 397,500,000 tokens with the following token distribution:

  1. 65% token sale participants
  2. 25% founders and team
  3. 8% advisors
  4. 2% bounty

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

  1. 40% research and development, infrastructure and product development
  2. 30% customer acquisition and marketing
  3. 15% liquidity pool
  4. 15% regulatory and legal

Team

CTO Dzmitry Lapo: Lapo has worked as a development advisor at Sberbank-Technology and as a solution architect at EPAM Systems.

CFO Irina Berkon: Berkon was the director of finance at MogulTube and an audit manager at Grant Thornton.

Anna Makovnikova: Makovnikova has worked for Samsung Electronics Kiev and SMART Technologies Calgary.

Advisors

Maxim Nogotkov: Nogotkov is the founder and the chairman of Svyaznoybank, a Russian retail company. Previously he founded Pandora’s Russian franchise in Moscow.

Partners

Ripple: Platio’s partnership with Ripple enables the project to use Ripple’s xVia for overseas transactions.

Verdict

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

Risks

  • No public working product as of the time of writing. (-2)

Growth Potential

  • The team already has obtained UK and EU fiat and crypto licenses. (+4)
  • The proposed, all-in-one platform should satisfy most investors’ needs. (+2.5)

Disposition

For people who are not tech-savvy, it is hard to get into the cryptocurrency market, buying their first crypto-assets and storing them safely. Even if one is experienced enough, as there are not many platforms which provide all services sufficient for a smooth crypto-experience, it is a hassle to use several different exchanges to buy currencies and store them in different wallets. Platio provides an extensive range of services, aiming to become an all-in-one point of service for crypto-verse inhabitants. The Asset Guard product helps users to protect their wealth by pre-set conditions to process orders when they are met and allows them to send their tokens to a pre-determined person if their wallet is not activated for a predetermined period. The Smart Escrow product enables businesses and individuals to set success conditions, established between a buyer and a seller so that unless these conditions are met, their assets and products are kept in an escrow account safely. It is praiseworthy that the team has already obtained fiat and crypto licenses to work in UK and EU, meaning that once the platform is ready, they will not have any legal problem to launch it. The platform is designed to satisfy all of any investor’s needs, which is another important pro. Still, it is a source of worry that no working product is made public as of the time of writing. Platio receives a 4.5/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: PGAS
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: November 26th
  • Minimum Investment: Unspecified
  • Price: €0.20
  • Hard Cap: €34,500,000
  • Payments Accepted: BTC, ETH, DASH and EUR
  • Restricted from Participating: Singapore, the United States.

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ICO Analysis: Unboxed Network

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Companies spent an excess of $5 million for a 30-second spot in last years Super Bowl, which gathered 105 million viewers. Kim Kardashian recently told a story about how, out of respect for her husband, she turned down a $1 million marketing offer. All she had to do was make one Instagram post to her 119 million followers, promoting a knockoff Yeezy brand.

Kim’s sister Kylie uses her 120 million Instagram followers to sell her own products, which has earned her nearly $1 billion. There is clearly a lot of untapped power in influencer marketing, and companies are catching on.

According to the whitepaper, businesses spend $36 billion a year on Facebook ads alone. A lot of that is wasted because they can’t reach their target demos. Unboxed Network (est. 2014) puts these businesses in contact with specific target market micro-influencers that match what they are selling.

“The aim of the Unboxed Network is to offer the simplicity of Facebook Ads combined with the cost efficiency of an influencer marketing campaign, all on a single platform.”

Here’s how it works:

  • Any advertiser that wants to launch a campaign puts funds to escrow and provides their goals and influencer criteria (interests, location, gender etc).
  • Unboxed takes that info and plugs it into their blockchain oracles backed by AI, to invite the best matching social media influencers to get engaged with the campaign.
  • The influencers who get invited to the campaign create some sort of photo or video content that gets reviewed and approved by the blockchain oracles.
  • Influencers then post the approved content for the target market to engage with.
  • The influencers and oracles are then paid for posting and engaging

Micro influencers are so great for marketing because they are followed by people who trust their opinions. A certain percentage of Kylie’s followers will literally buy anything she puts in front of their faces. Unboxed already have thousands of micro-influencers in their network. And although they don’t have as many followers as Kylie, the followers they do have are real and trusting. Instead of paying one giant celebrity a fat check to run a single ad, brands will use Unboxed system to run their ads through special oracles that use AI to sift through their tens of thousand of micro-influencers to find the best influencers to match their specific campaign. Hitting the target market every time.

Token

NBOX token is based on Ethereum. It is what gives brands access to the platform, and what all micro-influencers are paid in.

Token holders gain exclusive offers from brands and will be able to exchange tokens for branded good and services. They can also use them to  access to the platform’s influencer took-kit.

 

Distribution:

  • 51% Crowd sale
  • 19% Team, advisors, partners
  • 15% Reserve fund for future financing
  • 10% Customer and blockchain oracles acquisition
  • 5% Airdrop and referral program

Team

Tadas Deksnys – Founder/CEO. Sold first venture at 18 . Build and sold a pet owner marketplace in 2014 before founding Unboxed.

Donatas Smailys – CBDO. Was CEO of a startup incubator backed by the biggest tech university in Lithuania. Member of Digital Leaders group at World Economic Forum. Organizer of TEDxKaunas, public speaker. Executive manager of Lithuanian Startups Association

Dovydas Reinikevičius – CMO. Founder of BeeMarketing, a digital marketing agency that did campaigns for big companies like Mcdonalds.

Vytenis Narušis – CTO.  Devbridge Group. Developed software for multinational multi-million revenue, organizations like Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Louis Dreyfus and Morningstar.

Verdict

The Unboxed Network is the only freemium platform that allows businesses to launch high quality and low-cost word-of-mouth campaigns within seconds. Here are some of their current and past clients.

Risks

  • Standard Ethereum risks. They do acknowledge this in their whitepaper, though: “Due to the increasing supply and adoption of new Blockchains like EOS, Stellar etc. that could potentially offer the necessary functionalities in a more efficient and/or less expensive way, we may consider using alternative solutions to the Ethereum blockchain in the future.” -1
  • It’s very common for online companies, such as this one, that have been around a few years, to do an ICO for their “new decentralized blockchain” business. 99% of them have failed or are currently struggling. -1
  • The token use case is pretty weak and doesn’t seem to stable. -1
  • The coolest part of their project, the oracles, aren’t even complete or operating at all yet. -3
  • Their roadmap is a joke. They already failed to deliver the oracles in early 2018. -2

Growth Potential

  • Brands “pay 50% less per engagement: no middlemen, no fees, no management required. Increase your return on investment (ROI) on your social media spend.”+2
  • According to their whitepaper, they are successfully operating in 10 markets, and already have a strategy in place for global expansion. They have researched and ranked countries based on a wide range of criteria and will be using their information to facilitate growth over the next 3-4 years.+2
  • “There are no limits to the number of accounts a company can have or the number of campaigns they want to run. With Unboxed, scope is limitless.”+3
  • Influencer marketing is booming because it’s so effective. According to Tomoson, businesses are making $6.50 for every $1 spent.+4
  • They have been around since 2014. And have a leg up on the competition. +3

Disposition

There is no doubting the effectiveness of influencer marketing. Can Unboxed actually create and implement their unique AI-powered oracle solution? Well, that’s the million dollar question. 6/10

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