ICO ICO Analysis: DeStream Published 5 months ago on May 19, 2018 By George Krash The internet has allowed for many new avenues of entertainment to be introduced. Online streaming has become a culture of it’s on in the last few years. Millions of people watch their favorite content creators on live streaming platforms like Twitch and YouTube. Famous content creators are also jumping abroad the trend, this way directing portions of their already following to watch them live. There now are hundreds of online entertainers that have their activities with online streaming as their primary income. The content catalog for streaming is rapidly expanding to include more niches and with it, the number of viewers. Subsequently, there’s also an economy surrounding online streaming platforms. A part of the economy surrounding streaming is donations. That’s all thanks to a trend that was popularized by Twitch.tv, a website that initially started as a streaming website focused on the gaming community. Fans of live streamers of the platform would donate while the streamer was live for their message to be read out publicly. The more popular Twitch streamers get dozens of such donations during their live streams, ranging from $1 to as much as a viewer would see fit. Online Streaming as an Industry Twitch.tv was acquired by Amazon for a reported $970 in cash in 2014. In more recent years, bigger platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and newer social media platforms have been expanding their features for live streaming. Media organizations and industries like sports, TV streams and personal video apps are also jumping on the sector. A 2016 report found that online streaming was accounting for over two-thirds of all internet traffic. With live streaming now becoming a preferred way of communication between brands and customer, the sector should expect its already rapid growth to continue. The State of Existing Solutions Available to Streamers It’s worth emphasizing that due to the nuance of the sector, many things within it are changing rapidly. Just last year, YouTube went through what was dubbed as the “adpocalypse”. Content creators in their platform, including the most established ones, had started videos on their channels demonetized. As this situation still unfolds, it’s now been understood that YouTube had started employing an AI algorithm that would stop creators from receiving ad revenue on their videos based on the content of their channels and videos. This year even, YouTube also made the requirements for earning through the platform much stricter than previously: On January 16, 2018, we announced new eligibility requirements for the YouTube Partner Program. Once a channel reaches 4,000 watch hours in the previous 12 months and 1,000 subscribers it will be reviewed to join the program. Fan Contributions and the State of Solutions Providing a Platform for Donations as a Service With ad revenue proving insufficient for full-time content creators to earn a living, many of them are turning to alternatives. Patreon and lately Flatt have been gaining more and more traction with content creators. Those solutions allow for fans to “subscribe” to their content creators for a monthly donation. Twitch was already employing such feature and more recently YouTube also introduces a subscription-based model for monetary support with YouTube Red, along with in-house donations called “Souper Chats”; a feature that pushes comments on live streams with a donation attached ahead of other comments, in a fashion similar how Twitch streamers accept donations. The Problems Many of those centralized solutions are faced with problems, and due to the young age of the sector, there hasn’t been much time for competition to develop. Patreon and Flattr take more than 10% away from each creator’s donations in fees and processing. YouTube’s and Twitch’s in-house solutions also charge hefty fees and more-over lack worldwide availability. Some creators have thought of turning to cryptocurrency, but the issue with this aside of adoption lies in the fact that a subscription-based model with crypto hasn’t proved hard to develop. DeStream: A Decentralized Platform for the Streaming Industry The many problems creators in the streaming industry are exactly what DeStream seeks to address with its platform. The project’s team aspires to build a feature-rich platform to receive donations on low commisions by utilizing decentralization and blockchain technology, also creating a robust and censorship-proof platform in the process. Token According to the whitepaper of the project, the DST tokens will be able to provide users of the platform with several utilities. Potential use cases made note in the whitepaper are mentioned below: Making a donations. Paying the platform’s Commission for executing transactions. Buying digital goods. Getting a reward from the advertiser. To purchase any goods in the affiliate shops. Gaining access to big data analytics. Paying for the services of the platform (marketing, making the streams more.attractive, etc.). To perform internal P2P operations. Smart contracts are set to become available to streamers and advertisers to help bring to life an autonomous platform for the DeStream economy. Commissions for streamers to cash out revenues would only be down t0 0.77%. A total of 3,600,000,000 DST tokens will be allocated to the Token Sale with a base price of 0.006 USD per token. The private main closes on the 30th of May 2018 with discounts being as follows: Pre-sale: up to 50% bonus, discussed individually. 20% discount on the first two days. 15% discount from the 3rd to the 5th day. 10% discount from the 6th to the 15th day. 5% discount from the 16th to the 21st day. 0% discount from the 21st day to the end. of the crowdsale The allocation of funds is set to be as follows: Marketing: 41% Operational expenses: 30% Development support: 17% Events/Trips: 12% And the distribution of tokens: Token sale: 60% Fund: 20% Team/Advisers: 19% Bounty: 1% Team The team behind DeStream appears to have a great experience when it comes to working on new ventures. Founding members include: Anar Mekhtiev, the project’s founder and CEO has among other ventures founded his own IT company which the DeStream notes as “specializing in complex development”. Tachat Igityan, co-founder and CTO for the project is, as written in the website, the “Founder of one of the largest business schools in digital marketing and Internet agency management (RIC).” Alexey Khvostenko, Founder & CTO, appears to have many years of experience with software development. Overall, the team appears to have experience in the sector of project development and a decent technical backing. Also notable, the team’s presence in live appearances on conferences that’s showcased in the section for events in the project’s website. Verdict DeStream brings on a concept for a much-needed solution. A decentralized platform for streamers to utilize could get backing from the ever-expanding platform creators of live content have. Live-streamers are always on the lookout for a better solution and known to adopt new alternatives as they come, being tech-savvy as they are. Risks Developing such a platform could be met with many shortfalls especially under the hood of new decentralized technologies. DeStream has not yet brought out a proof of concept application or MVP, and the roadmap of the platform only makes mention of an Alpha for the 3rd to 4th quarter of 2018. -2 The discounts and bonuses for the token run too deep, something that brings up questions for the pre-ICO stage. -1 The vision the team tries to bring forward gives a sense that the project might be trying to cover too many aspects instead of focusing on a few strong feats coupled with decentralization. The lack of a clear goal could prove problematic in later stages of the project’s development. -1 Growth Potential Founders are very active on live events. +3 The team of the project has chosen the upcoming blockchain platform Stratis for the project. A move that showcases a willingness to adopt new technologies to better suit the project’s vision. +3 DeStream could utilize an already huge and growing industry for its growth by providing attractive services to creators. +2 Members of the team appear to have great experience with project development and technology. +2 Disposition The project has great potential and the team appears to have a clear understanding of how they could tap into the streaming industry. However, the lack of an MVP coupled with the fact that the project’s vision might be too ambitious brings in a higher risk factor. Our rating is a 6 out of 10. Investment Details Symbol: DST Platform: Ethereum (for ICO), Stratis (for the platform) Total Supply: 1,000,000,000 (1 billion) Presale: April 1st to May 31st Token Sale June 15th – July 31st Hard Cap: $12 million Price: 0.006 USD Whitelist and KYC: N/A Whitepaper: https://destream.io/media/1101/destream_whitepaper_-en.pdf Github: N/A ICO Info: https://destream.io/media/1132/destream-ico-onepager.pdf Jurisdictions: No limitations announced. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink. Rate this post: Important for improving the service. Please add a comment in the comment field below explaining what you rated and why you gave it that rate. Failed Trade Recommendations should not be rated as that is considered a failure either way. (0 votes, average: 0.00 out of 5)You need to be a registered member to rate this. Loading... George Krash Follow @HackedCom Feedback or Requests? Related Topics:Dst tokenico ratinginitial coin offeringLiveStreaming ICO Up Next ICO Analysis: Layer Protocol (LRX) Don't Miss ICO Analysis: Smart Valor You may like ICO Analysis: FidelityHouse ICO Analysis: Brain Space ICO Analysis: Aqua Intelligence ICO Analysis: Enecuum ICO Analysis: IOTW ICO Analysis: Celes Chain Click to comment You must be logged in to post a comment Login Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. ICO ICO Analysis: FidelityHouse Published 13 hours ago on October 17, 2018 By Daniel Won 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. Firstly, an author submits his or her content to the platform. Two expert moderators evaluate it and decide if it is to be published or to be revised. The content’s originality is verified by the platform’s plagiarism detection mechanism and its ownership is handed to the author. The platform gets paid for advertisements. Now the content is ready, it is open to platform users and external visitors. The revenue obtained is distributed among the content creator and moderators. 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: 50% private, pre-sale and ICO 15% founders 6.4% referral sales 6% advisors 9% team 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 For More Information Featured image courtesy of Shutterstock. 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Continue Reading ICO ICO Analysis: Brain Space Published 2 days ago on October 16, 2018 By Daniel Won 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: 10% private sale 26% token sale 5% bounty, bonus, marketing 2% further attraction in the project 17% pre-sale 15% team 25% maintaining the platform project The team is planning to use the token sale proceeds as follows. 28% data center 1% ICO expenses 15% listing, marketing, and business development 7% team 2% attraction of users 2% legal and financial services 8% expansion, operations 2% legal status and licenses 15% backup 5% technical development 14% specialists 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 For More Information Featured image courtesy of Shutterstock. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink. Rate this post: Important for improving the service. Please add a comment in the comment field below explaining what you rated and why you gave it that rate. Failed Trade Recommendations should not be rated as that is considered a failure either way. 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The team aims to collect data from their already existing products and other sources in order to build a profile system at an international scale. As a high amount of data is expected to flow into the platform, human analysis alone will not be sufficient to process it all. The team is looking to enhance the system with artificial intelligence and machine learning, to further improve sales, retention, conversion and customer satisfaction. If the team is able to meet their goals, Aqua Intelligence has a chance to take a shot at one of the world’s biggest industries. Initially focusing on the hospitality industry where the team is the most experienced, Aqua Intelligence will create a data solution to help businesses improve their revenues with personalized offerings and improved operational efficiency. In return, the platform users will be rewarded with loyalty benefits in return for validating their personal data. Aqua Intelligence is designed to have three main components. Aqua Intelligence is the core component where the data is processed. Platform users use Aqua Mobile Application to earn tokens in return for providing and validating data and completing other tasks like surveys and reviews. The application enables them to manage their loyalty points as well. It is all thanks to Aqua Revenue Management System that businesses are able to improve their sales numbers and efficiency. By using this component, they will be able to provide personalized offers and special group sales. Token AQX tokens will be used to distribute rewards and loyalty points in the Aqua Intelligence platform. The ICO investor should note that until October 6th a bonus of 100% was offered to investors. As of the time of writing, 50% bonus is available for investors until November 5th. Any person considering to invest in Aqua Intelligence should better hurry and make his or her decision before the sale moves to the next stage where only 20% will be offered. The initial total supply of AQX is 500,000,000 tokens with the following token distribution: 5% bounties and airdrops 20% team 30% platform reserve 45% AQUA token sale The team is planning to use the token sale proceeds as follows. 10% legal 10% operational expenses 20% marketing 20% research & editorial 40% platform development Team CEO Anthony Gelman: Gelman has worked as a housekeeping training manager at Wynn Las Vegas and as a housekeeping manager at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. COO Leon Pashnick: Pashnick was the assistant manager of housekeeping at Wynn Las Vegas. Okechi Onyeje: Onyeje is a software engineer at Vistaprint. Advisors Rick Hilton: Hilton is the chairman at Hilton & Hyland Real Estate, a real estate company based in Beverly Hills, since 1994. Chuck Goldman: Goldman, a mentor at MassChallenge, has worked as a senior director at Apple for four years. Tony Lau: Lau was the vice president of finance at Hughes Network Systems and Lockheed Martin/Astrolink International. David Norton: Norton is the chairman and chief marketing officer at GALE partners, a marketing and advertising company and a board member at Home Care Assistance. He also has held the chief marketing officer position at Caesars Entertainment Corporation for twelve years and worked as a vice president at Bank of America. Arthur Iinuma: Iinuma has worked for Citi, Morgan Stanley and UBS Wealth Management. Verdict Below is a breakdown of the risks and growth potential of Aqua Intelligence. Risks The AQX token does not have any staking or profit distribution mechanism and has none to very little use case for people who will not use the token except for speculative trading. (-2) Early stage investors get a 100% bonus which should discourage later investors from investing in the project. (-1) Growth Potential Great advisors with experience at well-known firms, with some of those being in the hospitality industry (the project’s initial focus). (+3) The team is planning to initially focus on the hospitality market, where they are experienced. (+3) Disposition Whether one likes or not, personal data is money in this day and age. Aqua Intelligence gives people a chance to monetize their personal data in return for loyalty points and rewards in different forms. The project is backed by great advisors and the team’s initial focus will be the hospitality market where they have a lot of experience. Aqua Intelligence receives a 3/10. Investment Details Type: ERC20 – Utility Symbol: AQX Platform: Ethereum Crowdsale: Unspecified Minimum Investment: 0.05 ETH Price: $0.18 Hard Cap: $30,000,000 Payments Accepted: ETH Restricted from Participating: Unspecified For More Information Featured image courtesy of Shutterstock. 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