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ICO Analysis: DCORP

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A decentralized corporation, as opposed to a traditional corporation, allows anyone to participate without any form of discrimination.

DCORP aims to prove that decentralization and crowdfunding can align with some traditional business interests, and that a company can thereby be formed in such a manner that power and control are decentralized. The direction of the company is somewhat dictated by the new investors, who have a stake in the progress of the company’s various efforts. A decentralized corporation, unlike a centralized one, doesn’t need necessarily a small group of people to fire, but rather a large group of people with similar interests and ideas on how to achieve them.

DCORP also wants it to be easy for people to participate, and claims that doing so will be “as easy as using Facebook.” DCORP will have a board of directors who will be compensated for their decisions when they lead to profit. Every shareholder, however, will have a say in the direction of the company. “Autonomous profit” is the goal of DCORP, in one respect.

DCORP is a profit driven corporation that autonomously generates growth and a steady stream of income for its shareholders. […] While blockchain technology is still in development, business concepts are matured and proven. DCORP brings business and programming talent together in a trustless environment that allows them to do what they do best. […] Developers profit from their efforts while investors gain security and a chance to invest in new technology following business rules that make sense. […] DCORP’s core business is funding and managing the development of other Ethereum projects and operating them autonomously.

Therefore, it seems that going into DCORP means you are going to be counting on all the other participants, token holders and the like, to be rational actors in the ecosystem. They will have to be acting in a way that is mutually beneficial to you. For this to happen, everyone has to be clear on what the common goals are, and doing things that lend to that cause. Without this being the case, no one can count on any real profits. But it will probably be the case. The hype bubble surrounding DCORP is not, after all, without merit. The project has a clear projected goal, and a clear plan to achieve it, that looks something like this:

  • Launch a decentralized exchange with various pairs, many of them Ethereum-based.
  • Distribute profits from the transaction fees of using the exchange.

This seems an easy enough to understand profit model. People can submit other “governance proposals” later on, and if enough fellow shareholders get behind them, then new ideas can become reality. There’s no reason, for instance, the project couldn’t offer other services, like gambling and so forth, if the shareholders were all in favor of it and it could be developed.

The DRP Token

The token is not mined or pre-mined and there is no initial balance that belongs to the founder if unsold. The token’s value is sufficiently guaranteed by ETH remaining in the contract under the control of the token holders. The larger percentage of ETH, acquired through the pre-sale, remains in the token creation contract and is undoubtedly transferred to DCORP’s contract when deployed, with approval of the token holders. The remaining ETH is used to fund DCORP and the seed project (see also the section Funding breakdown).

This is the part that bares speculation, and actually was the hold-up in the publishing of this analysis. We had to determine what we were talking about here. Like many ICOs, there are multiple phases of the DCORP sale. The first is already over, the pre-sale, and its proceeds are mentioned above as being the backing for tokens generated during the crowdsale. Then the funds generated from the crowdsale are what is actually used for the development of the project. While this is an unusual way of doing things, the numbers do work out so long as there was an equivalent or higher amount of Eth raised during the crowdsale than the pre-sale.

According to Forbes writer Nikolei Kuznetsov, this is part of a strategy to lessen the negative effects of dumping:

DCorp goes about this differently by putting up a €724 thousand cap in Ether, and if this funding goal is not reached, participants are refunded. They also set a max cap of €9.5 million in order to keep their initial investors at an advantage. All DRP tokens are paid for to prevent dumping, making it a fair and transparent presale.

Holding the token will give you the value of the token plus ownership over the Dcorp’s future decisions as to investments and business moves.

The DCORP Team

Since this project is decentralized, and will likely live or die based on the actions of the broader network, the team behind it are not going to be given quite so much weight in terms of rating. Nevertheless, leading DCORP is Frank Bonnet, who has almost a decade of experience in enterprise IT work and also previously founded an insurance company.

Next listed we see Hansco Leek, who previously had success in a starting up Autodealers.nl, a consumer tool for finding cars in parts of Europe. His profile says that he took a lot of the money he made from that venture and used it to invest in other Internet companies, and later Bitcoin. A successful, boot-strapped type of investor as this will have a lot of good input on the project.

Leek’s relative Corbin will be handling the systems design, and this is important because DCORP has chosen to run much of its infrastructure on Microsoft architecture, an unusual move for cryptocurrency start-ups, but Corbin Leek claims to have 17 years of experience working in such systems.

The Verdict

By the time Hacked got around to reviewing it, the Crowdsale for DRP was half sold out. The slow adoption is not necessarily a huge drawback, but by comparison to other major ICOs of late, it is a measure of concern. People are perhaps confused by the pre-sale/crowdsale dynamic, and why the DCORP should be a good vehicle for returning dividends. Perhaps if you had a more stellar advisory board running the company itself, you’d have a wider response, because in something like this a proven track record of business acumen is going to play a big role, and the more legendary the better.

The token’s performance and perceived value is going to rely heavily on human actions, which is not a good thing in terms of monetary instruments. The company will actually have to perform, and there will be no shortage of other decentralized exchanges trying to earn trader dollars.

Nonetheless, all things being equal, there is a lot to like about Dcorp. We’re going to call it a 5.5 out of 10 in hopes that over time it does return a significant profit. But overall, there are certainly quicker and lower maintenance approaches to make your money in Ethereum.

Investment Details

Prospective investors still have around 24 hours or a little less to get in on this ICO. Over 4,100 different Ether addresses had already invested in DRP tokens by the time this author checked, generating a supply of over 7 million, or still less than half of what they are going for in total, leaving plenty of room for Hacked readers who are interested in the platform. Investments can be tracked at the smart contract itself’s address – tokens will be issued automatically to buyers. Purchases can still be made here [https://www.dcorp.it/crowdsale#countdown].

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ICO Analysis: Bounty Angels

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ICO bounty programs are popular among investors and blockchain startups alike. They give opportunistic cryptocurrency investors a way to earn tokens for promoting a project and they give companies a way to market their project.

Bounty Angels is looking to automate the process, matching who the company describes as “blockchain entrepreneurs,” or bounty hunters, with ICO founders. Bounty programs are marketing campaigns launched by companies in which bounty hunters can earn tokens for touting the upcoming ICO. It solves a problem for a new startup that might not have the marketing muscle or the capital to gain the global exposure they need for a successful launch.

Bounty hunters, however, face many hurdles in identifying relevant projects to promote, in some cases being overlooked for a lack of a track record, for instance. ICO founders also face challenges, including engaging with bounty hunters who break the rules.

Bounty Angels is offering a solution, one that automates and streamlines the bounty process for both sides. Bounty hunters generate a performance history and that data is then shared with ICO founders on the Bounty Angels platform. For the bounty hunters, they won’t have to worry about engaging with a worthless or scam project, as Bounty Angels vets all of the ICOs that are on its platform. There is an alpha version of the platform available today, according to the company’s blog, though when we clicked on the link it appeared to be down for maintenance.

Artificial intelligence appears to be part of the long-term plan, as evidenced by the white paper that states: “Automated technologies when coupled with the expertise of professionals and, going forward, artificial intelligence, will allow [us] to create an all-new image of Bounty programs.” The team admits it is an ambitious goal, one that involves “launching our service around the world … to attract the highest possible number of customers and Bounty Hunters.”

The project is powered by the BANG token, which bounty hunters have the option to accept as a reward for their marketing efforts. Bounty hunters can also choose to accept free tokens from the project they’re promoting.

Token

The Bounty Angels  BANG token will be issued in the ICO. BANG is designed to fuel the project’s ecosystem including payment to bounty hunters and can also be exchanged among token holders. The company maintains that the BANG token cannot be deemed a security or any other financial instrument.

 

Source: Bounty Angels

There is also a bonus program.

Source: Bounty Angels White Paper

Team

Anatoly Krasovsky is at the helm of Bounty Angels. He’s also a project manager at NEWSBTC, according to his LinkedIn profile. The company’s CTO, Andrew Tar, is also a journalist.

Verdict

The Bounty Angels ICO has the potential to catch on like wildfire among ICO investors. It’s an engine to connect bounty hunters with the best blockchain projects that are looking for marketing. While the project displays tremendous promise, it doesn’t appear to have advanced enough from the concept stage, as evidenced by its dependence on the ICO funds to both develop the platform and hire developer talent. Once these pillars are in place, there could be no stopping Bounty Angels.

Risks

  • The company is still hiring developer talent for the creation of  “complex smart content that will
    make it possible to automate distributions.” The fact that the developer talent is not yet in-house exacerbates the risk for investors as it could lead to delays in the building out of the ecosystem until the team is a well-oiled machine. Not to mention if the fundraising efforts fall short and prevent them from hiring top talent. (-3)
  • There doesn’t appear to be a mention of mobile anywhere in the white paper. While this doesn’t necessarily mean that an iOS and Android app isn’t on the horizon, it may be far down the roadmap if it didn’t warrant a mention. (-1)
  • Bounty Angels is not the only rodeo. They allude to a competing project, Bounty0x. (-1)

Growth Opportunity

  • Research suggests that there’s a direct link between bounty programs and ICO tallies. The larger the bounty campaign, the higher the amount that the ICO ultimately raises, suggesting that the engagement of bounty hunters pays off. According to Element Group, which performed the research, “[A] $1 increase in bounty campaign volume predicts between an $8 and $15 increase in the final amount raised.” This should incentivize ICO founders to participate in bounty programs and potentially join the Bounty Angels platform. (+3)
  • Artificial intelligence is a key technology that could propel the platform beyond the competition, especially if said competition isn’t automating their process yet. While it’s unclear when AI would be implemented, it does appear to be on the roadmap. (+3)
  • According to the website, Bounty Angels has received a good amount of media attention, which may have something to do with the fact that its management team doubles as journalists. This is a plus for the project and its upcoming ICO. Also, if the adage ‘you get what you pay for is true,’ that’s a plus for Bounty Angels as it’s a paid platform. (+2.5)
  • What the company describes as “intensive work” on the project hasn’t even begun yet. While we could view this as a risk or reward, we decided to count it as a plus, as it explains why so much has yet to be done. It also reminds us that Bounty Angels has yet to reach its full potential of where the project can be when it is in full-throttle. The beta version is scheduled for January 2019.  (+3)

Disposition

We come to a score of 6.5 for the Bounty Angels ICO. Keep in mind we will plan to revisit this project once it kicks into high gear.

Investment Details

  • Token Type: ERC20
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Symbol: BANG
  • Pre-ICO: Sept. 3, 2018 – Oct. 3, 2018
  • Public Crowdsale: November – December 2018
  • Token Supply: 20 million
  • Tokens Available for Sale: 14 million across the pre-ICO and ICO
  • Soft Cap: Pre-ICO = $100,000
  • Hard Cap: Pre-ICO = $500,000; ICO = $3.5 million
  • Token Price: to be announced
  • Payment Methods: to be announced

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ICO Analysis: Zeex

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Zeex is offering users the ability to exclusively use crypto when shopping at various outlets. Users will be able to directly purchase whatever items thy want from their brands of choice without having to convert their crypto into fiat.

The following video shows Zeex in action outside of the Consensus conference at a Starbucks, where the CMO Apan Amos Damri uses their beta version to buy a cup of coffee using Ethereum. The transaction was successful, but the verdict is still out on whether they were able to spell his name correctly on the cup.

The ZIX token is what the whitepaper calls a “core element” of the solution, which does three things. It covers a user’s transactional risk until the trade is complete, it determines who can exercise what kinds of transactions when based on advertised discount rates and supplies, and it’s also a login method to use the Zeex platform.

To the surprise of probably very few people reading this, Zeex is a spinoff sister company of a European marketplace for buying and selling gift cards called Zeek Group. For Zeex, the road is already paved in terms of getting access to close relationships with name-brand retailers and a multi-million dollar inventory of gift cards.

Zeek has been able to raise venture capital from firms such as Blumberg Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, Scale Up Venture Capital and more.

The Zeex business model hinges on a few potential incomes streams:

  • Providing working capital to gift card suppliers, easing the transition for many businesses hesitant to get into the crypto field.
  • Financial services to support suppliers financially.
  • Marketing services to help suppliers speak the lingo of the cryptocurrency world. The whitepaper states that “Zeex has already mastered these industry-specific marketing channels and has been engaged in community building for a significant period, its in-house marketing team is already equipped to help suppliers build their own communities and maximize their value per transaction.”
  • Platform adoption and market penetration to help suppliers integrate crypto into their business makeup
  • Operations support to help suppliers and users better understand and utilize the platform.
  • Provide business intelligence data to retailers on cryptocurrency users.

Token

 

Risks

  • Not an entirely frictionless experience: This isn’t a problem unique to just Zeex, but is present throughout most digital payment solutions. Unless you can tap your phone on a receiver like Apple Pay, you’ll be behind the most “frictionless” payment system out there. However, this is miles ahead of crypto transactions. -1
  • Not really sold on the need for an ICO (for the investor’s sake): Although the Zeex platform sounds pretty useful, investor upside seems fairly limited (but then again, who can accurately predict investor upside in this space circa 2017/2018.  -2

Growth Potential

  • It works! Few projects raising money via ICO can boast a working beta, and Zeex already does and has a use case that many cryptocurrency users would likely want. +2
  • Yay user adoption! One of the largest detractors of the transactional user of cryptocurrencies is that it’s incredibly complicated and tedious. If you have 8+ steps before you can pay for a coffee, chances are you’re going to opt for that .25 second swipe of a Visa in your pocket. +2
  • Finally, a use for gift cards. When’s the last time you got a gift card that wasn’t from Amazon that you actually fully used? Too many people have gift cards just sitting around either untouched or with a fractional amount on them. There is a whole secondary market for discounted gift cards, and there’s a huge value in using these gift cards in a business model such as Zeex’s. The team essentially has a pool of gift cards going for a discounted price (usually around the 5 to 15% range), and are able to provide a solution to a community in dire need of one. +1
  • Zeek partnership. Having a sister company that already has the relationships with retailers necessary puts Zeex way ahead of the game. It’s not your typical run of the mill ICO that aims to build everything from ground zero for a lack of strategic partnerships, but more so a use case to be implemented with an already successful company. +3
  • Limited downside: Zeex claims that it will safeguard token value by using proceeds of the often sale to guarantee the supply of gift cards at the highest possible discount from a wide range of brands. If this means what I think it means, that worst case scenario you can use Zeex tickets to exchange them for gift cards at any time, and if there isn’t a stark depreciation of purchasing power for Zeex tokens, this is a cool perk few other ICOs can offer. However, if I’m wrong, write this point off as whitepaper tomfoolery. +2

Unknown

  1. This sounds like either a huge tax headache or a huge tax advantage. If the current American tax law stands that the exchange of crypto for fiat (or gift card) constitutes a taxable event, the Zeex team would have to figure out a way to help users report their taxes on these events. If this is the case, a -2 would be added to my score. However, if there is some international gift card loophole where users can trade any crypto for gift cards and there not be a taxable event, that would be huge for the team (although unlikely, because Uncle Sam is gonna get what he thinks is his). If this is the case, a +5 added to my score.

Disposition

We arrive at a +7/10 for Zeex. It’s got a cool use case, already works (in beta), and a relatively strong partnership in place. If the appreciation of the token’s value is correlated with the success of the app, investors would likely be pretty happy. However, if it’s just another token limited to its own ecosystem, I don’t see much use in investing into it unless you plan on using the Zeex app.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: ZIX
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: TBA
  • Minimum Investment: 0.1 ETH
  • Price:1 ETH = 5,000 ZIX
  • Hard Cap: $50 million U.S.
  • Payments Accepted: ETH
  • Barred from Participating: Israel, U.S., China, Lebanon, Iran.

Sign up for the Zeex email list to find the news for the public crowdsale on the Zeex website and check out their whitepaper.

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ICO Analysis: Tolar HashNET

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No one can deny that blockchain technology is revolutionizing many industries across the globe. However, blockchain still has shortcomings such as slow transaction times, scalability issues and high environmental cost. Transaction times can take up to several hours versus traditional payments like credit cards or bank cards only take mere seconds. For mass adoption to take place, there has to be faster transaction times along with the ability to scale and maintain these times. And there are those who are concerned with the effects on the environment from all of the mining globally. The founders of Tolar HashNet decided to create solutions to solve these issues while maintaining all of the advantages of blockchain technology.

Tolar was inspired by hashgraph methodology and designed a new and efficient asynchronous distributed consensus protocol on a directed acyclic network structure. Tolar HashNet uses redundancy reduced gossip and virtual voting protocols that provide a fast, fair, and Byzantine fault tolerant consensus algorithm. HashNet belongs to a class of gossip-based protocols instead of structured-based group communication algorithms giving it advantages such as being able to handle larger group sizes, high user churns, sporadic sources, etc.

Tolar HashNet is fast, secure and scalable – solving the major shortcomings while keeping all of the positive characteristics of blockchain technology, and has an open-sourced cryptocurrency called Tolar. HashNet has increased throughput to more than 200,000 transactions per second and has a working demo with 150,000 tps on multiple nodes. HashNet uses Proof of Stake with masternodes eliminating the need for mining which greatly reduces energy consumption making it more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly. The founder’s vision is to be the global leader in Distributed Ledger Technology and become the preferred choice of individuals, companies, and governments worldwide.

Token

The Tolar (TOL) token is an open source, community-governed cryptocurrency. It will initially be deployed as an ERC20 token that will later be converted to mainnet tokens when the mainnet is released. The price of TOL is 1 ETH = 5,442.59 TOL for the public ICO. A total of 1 billion tokens will be generated with a hard cap of 57,000 ETH.

Token Allocation:

  • 35%  Token Sales
  • 32%  Tolar Development Fund
  • 8%   Proof of Stake Network Start Nodes
  • 20%  Founders
  • 2.5% Developers
  • 2.5% Advisors

There is no lock on main tokens, but a THREE-month lockup for bonus tokens and a 24-month lockup for team tokens. The max bonus was 20%.

Team

The founders have 30 years of business experience and are definitely not new to the blockchain technology space having developed the world’s first Blockchain MBA Program and Certified Blockchain Developer Program at COTRUGLI Business School, a leading business school in SE Europe. Twenty-four team members and 13 advisors are listed on their website including:

Drazen Kapusta – Principal/Founder at Tolar

  • 30 years of business experience as well as a major blockchain startup investor
  • Principal of COTRUGLI Business School
  • President of Blockchain Adria, the largest blockchain conference and association in the Adria region
  • Member of Enterprise Ethereum Alliance
  • President of the COTRUGLI Fund – organizes and leads major humanitarian projects
  • Founder of the COTRUGLI Business Museum

Zoran Dordevic – CEO at Tolar

  • Managing partner at COTRUGLI Business School

Josip Maricevic – Co-Founder and CTO at Tolar

  • Previous Blockchain core developer for Blocknet
  • Previous iOS Developer for Qnective AG

Terence Tse, Ph.D. – Foundation Member at Tolar

  • Associate Professor of Finance at ESCP Europe Business School
  • AI Company Founder & Entrepreneur
  • Keynote Speaker
  • Author

Lester Lim – Advisor

  • ICO Marketing & Token Strategy Advisor for Cardstack, HybridBlock, Dock.io, Ink Protocol, CoinFi and Banca

Verdict

Tolar HashNet is positioning itself to compete with the likes of Etherium and Neo as a platform for building ICOs and Hyperledger to offer superior DLT solutions for governments, towns, local communities and enterprises. With several VC investors on board and multiple crypto influencers recently promoting/reviewing Tolar, this ICO is definitely worth looking into.

Risks

  • Competition is fierce in this space with major players such as Ethereum, Neo, Icon, etc. -1.5
  • Partnerships will be crucial to the success of the project and none have been announced as of yet. -1

Growth Potential

  • While some ICO investors look to flip their investment immediately and move on the to next one, Tolar’s proof of stake with masternodes is attractive to long-term investors. +2
  • The Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) will be deployed on top of the network which will make for a fast and secure decentralized applications platform. +2.25
  • An ICO with an MVP is certainly more desirable than an ICO with nothing but a website and an idea. The Tolar Prototype reached 150,000 TPS on multiple nodes. You can view the video here+2.75
  • Tolar won Ian Balina’s ICO pitch competition during his Crypto World Tour in Budapest. This will obviously create hype and draw more attention to the project which typically translates to positive outcomes in the current ico market. Many Tolar ICO reviews have also been recently published. +3

Disposition

With a fairly large team, all-star advisors, an MVP, available masternodes, and a growing social media presence, Tolar is another blockchain project that has an excellent chance of doing well this year. Tolar receives a 7.5 out of 10 rating.

Investment Details

  • Symbol: TOL
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Hard Cap: 57,000 ETH
  • Total Supply: 1,000,000,000 TOL
  • Private Sale Price: 1 ETH = 6,531.08 TOL
  • Pre-sale Price: 1 ETH = 5,986.84 TOL (minimum 10 ETH)
  • Public ICO Price: 1 ETH = 5,442.59 TOL
  • Public Sale: Scheduled for August
  • Jurisdictions barred from participation: USA, China

For more information regarding Tolar:

Website: https://www.tolar.io/
Telegram: https://t.me/TolarHashNET
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TolarHashNET
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarHashNET/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL8ksEpe6um71pcdPi6wpXQ
Medium: https://medium.com/@TolarHashNET

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