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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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ICO Analysis: CWEX

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Investing in fine wine is a very attractive proposition. However, if you don’t know what you’re doing, it’s risky business. When acquiring wine over the internet, collectors have to deal with high fees, counterfeit bottles, border taxation, regulations, and insurance. And then if their bottle arrives in one piece, they have to worry about storing it properly. CWEX is using the skills of the blockchain to help investors cut down, even eliminate, most of these costs.

“We provide fine wine vendors and cryptocurrency owners with the possibility to trade together for the first time in a live market environment on a truly global scale.”

Based on EOS, CWEX is creating a fine wine trading platform, and onboarding trusted partners and vendors. Every rare wine bottle offered for trading is provided with a unique certificate of authenticity issued on the blockchain. This certificate provides a buyer with an “unambiguous identification of his investment.”

Crypto holders that want to invest in wine, can trade it on CWEX platform without ever holding the bottle and worrying about insurance/storage. CWEX will store it for them in their Swiss-based facility. And all they need to trade with is their certificate.

The trading platform is managed by two separate entities; DotChain GmbH and Crypto Wine Exchange (CWEX).

DotChain GmbH (Switzerland) ensures the contractual validity of the fine wine products, trade accountability, and product authenticity.

Crypto Wine Exchange (Hong Kong) is the blockchain based marketplace.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Registered traders place a bid or offer on selected fine wine.
  2. Once offer is matched the trader is notified.
  3. CWEX, in partnership with DotChain GmbH, secures the asset, meets all the compliance requirements and insures your asset.
  4. A blockchain based ownership certificate is transferred to the buyer. it guarantees the bottle’s authenticity and the investment value.
  5. As the certificate owner, you have three options; 1) your ownership certification can be traded on the platform. 2) its held for the price appreciation. or 3) have your wine delivered to your house.

Token

CWEX is the native Crypto Wine Exchange token. It is built on EOS for unmatched TPS, scalability, no fees, multiple wallets, and intuitive smart contract programming.

The main benefit of CWEX token is that it reduces trading fees. The system gives discounts of deductible fees automatically on the condition of having enough CWEX in your account.

Distribution:

  • 62% Crowdsale
  • 12% Community growth
  • 14% Team
  • 3% Bounty
  • 5% Legal
  • 4% Future stakeholder

Allocation

  • 25% Global partner and vendor management
  • 25% CWEX platform development
  • 25% Market compliance management
  • 25% Expansion and operations

Team

From Switzerland, this impressive team has 5 founders.

Jacob Manuel Kallupurackal – Co-Founder/CEO. He has worked for Cisco since 2015 as a Global Training Program Manager.

Maxim Andersen – Co-Founder/Blockchain Expert. 5 years as a Beam Instrumentation Specialist for CERN. Over 2 years as Software Engineer at CISCO.

Thomas Tsang – Co-Founder/Project Manager. 3 years as Remote Participation Analyst for the United Nations Telecommunications Union.

Nadir Zemrani – Co-Founder/Finance Manager. Master of Business from Swiss Management School in 2017.

Stephen Gonah – Co-Founder/Compliance Expert. Spent 14 years in different Officer roles for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.

David Guye – Partner Relations Manager. Huge wine expert.

Their current Advisory Board has 4 members. 3 of them look impressive with experience at JP Morgan, UN Food Program, HSBC, and Schroders.

Verdict

Despite being a risky and challenging investment, if it turns out fine wine, it can be quite profitable. According to wineinvestment.com, “the fine wine market has consistently delivered a positive absolute return over any 5-year return. More importantly, of the total 57 Five-Year periods that we covered (2008-2018), only 9 periods experienced negative returns.”

Risks

  • The token use case isn’t very exciting. It looks like most of its purpose is to save on trading fees. -1
  • The community is small. 300+ Twitter, 100 viewers of their ad video, 4,000 Telegram (bounty chasers). -1
  • 5 co-founders is a lot of chefs in the kitchen. -1

Growth Potential

  • As stated above, wine has consistently delivered positive returns to investors. When traders start making even better returns thanks to CWEX, and word gets out, it will ramp up the entire market. +3
  • On Crypto Wine Exchange, you can trade in CWEX/EOS/BTC/ETH/NEO/USDT. +2
  • The team is high grade. +3
  • There are a lot of wine collectors/investors out there. +2

Disposition

Cool concept. Great looking team. Very possible this project ages like a fine wine. 7/10

Investment Details

  • Symbol: CWEX
  • Platform: EOS
  • Total Supply: 89 million
  • Amount for Sale: 55 million (62%)
  • Price: $0.20
  • Presale: Dec 15 – Jan 9th (20% bonus)
  • Public Sale: Jan 10- March 31
  • Hardcap: $10 million
  • Softcap: $1 million
  • Website:  https://cwinex.io/
  • Telegramhttps://t.me/cwexio

All unsold tokens will be burned

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ICO Analysis: MOBU

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There’s a lot of buzz around security token offerings (STOs), and for good reason. There’s an $80 trillion securities market that has barely been touched by blockchain. Uncertainty and discrepancy in regulations have stifled the market up to this point. But it’s just a matter of time before the world is swimming in STOs.

This new project, MOBU, wants to provide a platform for launching compliant security tokens. This platform will “incorporate the ability to select experienced legal counsel across multiple jurisdictions within the platform, token issuers can be sure they can create compliant tokens customed to their local jurisdictions.”

From the whitepaper:

“MOBU is a decentralized blockchain based organized ICO platform for launching compliant security tokens. Real businesses such as property development companies, gold mines, retail companies and many more will be able to launch security tokens on the MOBU platform. MOBU connects approved entrepreneurs and investors by cutting out middlemen.”

Some core features of the platform:

  • MOB20 Protocol that defines a set of commands for security tokens to implement.
  • Supports Reg S, D, and A+ compliant security token offerings.
  • Vetted tender process for: legal providers, smart contract developers, escrow providers, KYC providers, etc.
  • A new standard called, Know Your Supplier (KYS), for complete due diligence compliance for all service providers using the platform.
  • A rating system for service providers which will create a free marketplace for investors.
  • A network of authorization centers for KYC/AML compliance.

This is only a taste of what MOBU plans to offer; check out the whitepaper here for more details.

Token

MOBU is a utility token and is the key to smart contracts and the ecosystem. Found on  pages 15-18 of the whitepaper is all the different purposes of the token, including MOBU Referrals, “where companies or individuals referring ICO issuers onto MOBU will be rewarded in MOBU tokens which will be equivalent of one year’s revenue generated on the platform by the percentage of fees generated from the marketplace.” Additionally, “This amount will be paid in MOBU and locked-up over a 3-year period also ensuring an increase in demand and scarcity of MOBU.”

There is also what’s called a “lockup” utility: All the ICO service providers on the MOBU will stake a certain amount of MOBU tokens to receive the right to operate in the ecosystem. These tokens will be locked up for the full duration while the service provider remains and utilizes the MOBU ecosystem.

Distribution:

Team

Mostly from South Africa, 12 members of the management team are listed. As a whole, they seem good, but not great. Here are a few that stood out.

Juan Engelbrecht – Founder/CEO. Also founded Zaber (a large South Africa crypto farm) in 2015. He spent 2 years as Director at Khalifa Capital. Has been Director at Evolve Fund Managers since 2013.

Paul Pelser – CFO.  He spent 17 years as an accountant for PSP Pelsar Accountants. He has been the owner of Pregal Mining for the last seven years,

Paresh Masani – Blockchain/security engineer. He spent three years as Mobile Platform Exec Director at Goldman Sachs, London. Senior Director at Thomson Reuters and ETX Capital.

A total of 12 Advisors, and two are from Realstart.com, a custom software development company. At least six of them are ICO experts and three are blockchain enthusiasts.

Verdict

This is an extremely attractive project andnd it looks like the hype/demand for this token is there. They already raised $3 million in the pre-sale, and are asking for just $6.5 mill more in the public sale.

Being a front-runner in the cryptocurrency space has proven to be a beautiful thing. When we asked CEO Juan Engelbrecht, who is your nos 1 and 2 competitors, he named Securitize and Polymath. Polymath has a $75 million market cap.

Risks

  • Pretty much crickets in their GitHub. Twelve followers. -1
  • No MVP out yet. They provide this video of what the MVP will look like, though. -1
  •  Non-accredited investors from the US are banned from using the platform. This is the opposite of a risk but gets a minus nonetheless. -1 
  • Their Blockchain Engineer, Paresh Masani (Goldman Sachs and Barclays) is a stud. But the rest of the team and advisors seem pretty average. -1
  • At this point in time, no major exchange is going to list the security tokens birthed from MOBU. When asked about this in Telegram their CEO said, “LA token has a security token exchange division. Also, MOBU is securing equity stake in an operational stock exchange. GBAX and Tzero will also have security token exchanges available soon.” -0.8

Growth Potential

  • They already have a Chrome and Gold mining business signed up to tokenize through MOBU. +2
  • The $9 million hard cap leaves all kinds of room for gains.+3
  • 120 million tokens is all there will ever be; 100% of them will be sold in the ICO. +1
  • MOBU will develop a First Forex Percentage Allocation Money Management Account and will retain 20% of the authorized tokens to put back into the development of the MOBU Platform.+2
  • From the company: “MOBU token will be available on most exchanges such as Bancor but have already been approved by COINEXCHANGE, CRYPTOPIA, IDEX, GET BTC, HitBTC, LIVECOIN and YoBit.net.”+2
  • Although most of these reviewers have lost credibility over the last year, their strong scores prove the hype train around this project is real. +2

Disposition

We usually don’t cover ICOs post-pre-sale, but this one is an exception because it’s still an attractive deal. The pre-sale bonus was 25%, and if you are fortunate enough to get into this crowdsale the bonus will be 20-25% depending on how early you get in. After that, the sky is the limit for MOBU.  7.2/10

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ICO Analysis: MFChain

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MFChain is in essence an entire digital economy with a vision towards creating an infrastructure within the blockchain community which is supportive of all cryptocurrencies. This ecosystem will enable seamless transactions and development to take place and facilitate an entire support network to grow around the future of the MFMainnet.

Beginning with a payments processing and rewards solution, the project will quickly expand with the launch of a variety of cross-chain features including a multi-currency ICO platform, and multi-language smart contract programming within the all encompassing ecosystem. This is ultimately focused on bringing the entire blockchain community of developers, merchants and consumers together in one central and flexible hub.

Empowering Rewards System

One of the major features of the platform which will be implemented initially is the unique rewards system. This will incentivize not only consumers, but also merchants with rebates of up to 1% available for both parties as well as the freedom and flexibility to accept multiple crypto currencies securely. All of which can be done through any Android or iOS powered mobile device which merchants can use as a POS system.

This will be the first of many innovative features to be launched within the ecosystem which will later incorporate attractive benefits for developers, ICO teams, and entrepreneurs alike.

Token

The native token of the platform will be the MFX token. This is an ERC223 token and will be the main token on the platform although the entire principle of the ecosystem is to allow freedom and acceptance of multiple currencies. MFX will be the token which is rebated to both merchants and consumers in the rewards program. This will essentially increase the flow of the token throughout all of the platform processes over time.

There will be a total maximum supply of 521,000,000 MFX tokens with an initial circulating supply of 306,000,000. 57% of the total tokens will be made available during the ICO period. The rest of the tokens will be allocated as follows:

  • Merchant Incentive Program: 15%
  • Developers & Advisors : 8%
  • Airdrops: 1%

A final 19% of tokens will be locked for future developments. These will be released in two blocks at times to be confirmed during Q2 of 2019 and 2020 respectively.

Developer and Advisor tokens will be subject to vesting and periodically released for a period of 12 months following the ICO.

The ERC233 MFX tokens will be converted to MFF tokens upon the mainnet release which is currently scheduled to occur in Q3 of 2019.

Team

Craig Neil (CEO)

He describes himself as a serial entrepreneur and has indeed headed up a variety of projects both in the blockchain sector, and also in finance and advertising. Neil also possesses an extensive engineering background having spent almost 5 years as a full stack engineer at Lenders Direct Capital prior to focusing on his own business endeavors.

Jayson Rellis (President)

Rellis is an ICO investor and strategist with a number of significant roles in other projects, such as his partner position at Komorebi Alliance. Prior to his passion for the blockchain, he headed up regional operations at Verizon Wireless where he was employed for more than a decade. He is also a contributing writer for HackerNoon.

Brian Rankin (VP of Banking Integration)

He has interests as an advisor or director for a number of other projects including SigFig, although his most captivating experience noted within the blockchain sector comes from his time as VP for client services at Ripple where he oversaw a number of banking related developments.

Advisors

The project have a total of five advisors currently on board. These members are covering a number of areas including marketing, PR, and technical matters. Among these is prolific project advisor Bogdan Fiedur, a blockchain expert whose skills are widely employed and who features on the ICOBench list of experts.

Partners

Partnerships are a vital aspect within the MFChain project, given the amount of integration with payment processors and networks which is required. The latest partnership which they have struck is with Zagg Protocol. This is in addition to existing partnerships with:

  • ShapeShift
  • Komorebi Alliance
  • DDEX
  • Chosen Payments
  • Loopring
  • Identity Mind
  • EduHash

These key partnerships ensure a progressive path for the project with more to be developed as the project continues to progress.

Verdict

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

Risks

  • The strong competition both within and outside the blockchain which exists in a variety of the markets MFChain is targeting is concerning. These include the likes of Dash, UTrust, and Stack. (-0.5)
  • The broad focus of the project into a number of markets may cause them to lose focus and also leaves them vulnerable as a new project in a variety of areas. (-0.5)
  • MFChain’s core team, whilst having diverse experiences, have nothing which stands out as highly suited to running this type of proposed multi-million dollar platform, with the exception of their VPs experience at Ripple. (-1)
  • Full release of the core teams vested tokens will be completed by Q2 of 2019 according to the whitepaper, with full mainnet launch not scheduled until Q3 of 2019. (-2)

Growth Potential

  • The global payments market alone is heading towards a $1 trillion value. This represents a huge market with almost unlimited potential for growth. (+2)
  • Moving toward a blockchain based and cashless society, we would expect to see a big migration toward blockchain based ecosystems such as MFChain. (+2)
  • The broad focus of the project is also positive in the sense of flexibility and scalability. Two very important factors among blockchain based projects. (+2)
  • The project have maintained a strong and steady following throughout all media channels. This is indicative of the potential and positive sentiment which the community feels toward MFChain. (+3)

Disposition

MFChain has harnessed the fundamental principles of blockchain to provide an ecosystem which is both rewarding and flexible throughout. As the community strives to find ways to promote everyday use of cryptocurrencies, the introduction of a system which can perform all of its functions in a cross-platform manner, is an exciting prospect.

Although the project team still have a lot of major steps to complete in order to bring MFChain to market, premium among these being to establish more key partnerships, the market is large enough and increasing constantly in size for them to position themselves strongly within if they can continue the current momentum.

MFChain receives a 5/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC233
  • Symbol: MFX
  • Platform: Ethereum prior to Mainnet (2019 Q3)
  • Crowdsale: October 15th – December 15
  • Minimum Investment: 0.1ETH
  • Price: 1ETH = 8,500 MFX
  • Hard Cap: 33,000ETH or $17,000,000 equivalent
  • Payments Accepted: ETH
  • Restricted from Participating: USA

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