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With cryptocurrency markets still in their infancy, exchanges are suffering from structural issues such as: lack of liquidity, lack of security and lack of transparency. In general, these structural issues inhibit large, sophisticated investors (institutional money) from participating on these exchanges. With this in mind, Omega One is developing a trade execution platform that can fix these issues and provide greater liquidity to market participants, than what is currently available.

Token

The Omega One token (OMT) will initially be implemented using the Ethereum ERC20, with plans to be available for tokens across all blockchains. OMT holders generate value from the token through membership access and the payment of trading fees. For OMT holders, a high balance of tokens leads to preferential liquidity treatment and discounted trading fees.

Since the company’s ICO date has yet to-be-determined (TBD), the white paper doesn’t list any formal allocation guidelines for the use of funds. Rather, the company lists four “potential” allocation guidelines for the use of funds:  

1 – Platform Balance Sheet

The majority of funds raised will go towards building the balance sheet. According to the white paper, the company’s “ability to handle trading volume is proportional to the size of (the) balance sheet.” Basically, the larger the balance sheet, the more trades the company can settle on both public and private exchanges.

2 – Operational Expenses

The white paper listed typical operational expenses, such as: office space, equipment, employee salaries and benefits, and security measures for funds.

3 – Legal Expenses

In addition to standard lawyer fees, expenses will also cover licensing fees (both country and state level) in effort to adhere to any and all regulatory requirements.

4 – Foundation

A portion of the funds raised will go towards a charitable and impact investing foundation. Further details are expected to be released closer to the ICO date.

Recently. speculative reports have been released saying that Omega One will be looking to raise $950 million for the ICO. This amount has yet to be confirmed by the company, but is a reasonable expectation based on balance sheet needs.

Team

Omega One’s core team consists of credible professionals with deep domain expertise in currency trading.

The company’s CEO, Alex Keegan, was previously an investment associate at Bridgewater (the world’s largest hedge fund run by the legendary Ray Dalio).  The company’s CTO, Alex Gordon-Brander, is also the Chief Business Architect at Consensys and was previously a designer/engineer of trading platforms and APIs for various firms (including: Bridgewater & MarketAxess). The company’s Chief Strategy Officer, Mark David Bakacs, is also the founder of venture one (a blockchain venture fund) and ideapod.com (a collaborative network), and was previously a financial derivatives attorney. The Chief Trading Officer, Jon West, was previously a currency trader and crypto- portfolio manager for an unidentified UHNW family office.

The rest of Omega One’s team consists of a smart contract engineer, an operations lead, and a finance lead.

Omega’s One’s advisory board consists of nine senior professionals, including heavyweights such as Joseph Lubin (Ethereum co-founder & ConsenSys founder) and Jose Marques (Head of Trading at Bridgewater).

It’s also worth noting that Omega One has been backed and endorsed by John Mack, the former CEO of Morgan Stanley.

Verdict

Omega One presents a highly speculative buying opportunity for investors interested in long-term capital appreciation.

In order for cryptocurrencies to advance to the level of traditional asset classes, cryptocurrency trading technology needs to rival what’s being used in traditional markets. With this in mind, both liquidity and custodian services are the required next step in the evolution of cryptocurrency trading – the former is what Omega One is offering. Between the combination of robust market potential and a strong team, Omega One has a fighting chance to be a leading liquidity provider for cryptocurrency markets.

Overall, Omega One has a solid team with deep domain expertise and a clear vision that fulfills a dire need for the evolution of cryptocurrency trading. 

Risks

  • Currently, there’s no working prototype or beta version of the company’s trading platform available for test-use. Since the platform is still in early-stage development, the risk of glitches and inefficiencies is high – as is the risk of failure. -1
  • The company faces tough direct competition from Liquid by Quoine, Quantave, Exchange Union, Rialto.AI, B2BX, Keyrock, and others. For example, Quoine Liquid already has a working beta platform and has raised funds from a successful ICO (first-mover advantage) – the company is also a subsidiary of a popular exchange. -1
  • Omega One will be taking the risk of trades on the company’s books and will be paying customers from their own funds until they sell each cryptocurrency on the market. Without access to credit, Omega One’s platform could become stressed if trading volume exceeds expectations. -1

Growth Opportunity

  • As institutional investors continue to embrace cryptocurrencies, sourcing liquidity will be their primary concern. If Omega One can create a superior technology by the first half of 2018 and partner with trading desks at large banks (i.e. Goldman Sachs), demand for OMT would skyrocket as the frequency and average ticket size of trades would dramatically increase. +4
  • Omega One’s core team has in-depth experience in currency trading from one of the top performing hedge funds of all-time. The company is also partnered with ConsenSys, so technological capability shouldn’t be called into question. Additionally, John Mack can help facilitate large, lucrative deals with leading banks for the company. Needless to say, the company’s core team, advisors, and investors have the ability to create significant runway for growth.  +3
  • Settlement intermediation not only allows traders to access liquidity more efficiently, it also allows for more stability in the market as a whole. As cryptocurrency markets stabilize over-time from increased liquidity and increased participation from institutional players, volatility will likely decrease in response. A decrease in volatility coupled with price stabilization, means average daily trading volume would likely increase to unprecedented levels – which is highly beneficial to Omega One. +3

Disposition

While Omega One faces technological development risk, heavy competition and significant balance sheet risk, the company still has the potential to become a leading liquidity provider for cryptocurrency markets. Even though Quoine Liquid has a first-mover advantage, Omega One’s emphasis on balance sheet build-up may give the company a strong competitive advantage when courting institutional customers – they’ll be able to handle a higher volume of trades as compared to Quoine.

Against this backdrop, we believe that a score of 7.0 out of 10 is warranted.

Investment Details

  • Type: Crowdsale
  • Symbol: OMT
  • Pre-ICO Sale: TBD
  • Public Sale: TBD (likely in Q2 2018 after product launch)
  • Payments Accepted: TBD

Disclaimer: no position in Omega One at the time of writing.

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It has become more and more apparent that mainstream blockchains cannot meet crowds’ demands as their average transaction speed per unit time is truly low. Currently, neither of the biggest two blockchains, namely Bitcoin and Ethereum, are able to process more than twenty transactions per second on average. In order to make higher transaction speeds possible, a horde of blockchain projects have emerged, aiming to fix cryptocurrencies’ perhaps most important problem.

MagnaChain is a public blockchain written from scratch which aims to reach 100,000 transactions per second by the end of 2018. As of September 22nd, the website states that the latest test-net result is 13,313 transactions/second which is truly impressive. Yet the absence of a GitHub page is truly concerning as investors have no chance to directly verify this claim. On the other hand, it should be noted that according to the roadmap the project will become open-source in the third quarter of 2018, possibly before the token sale takes place.

The most crucial element of the MagnaChain blockchain is arguably a consensus protocol called VH-PoS. Thanks to VH-PoS mining will become much easier, fairer and cheaper, solving Bitcoin’s and Ethereum’s problem of high energy consumption which is required to run the network. This enables the blockchain to have sidechains as well, which help increase transaction speeds. It should be noted also that developers will be able to use Lua, a popular programming language.

If the team is able to meet their deadlines, 2018 should be a truly a good year for MagnaChain as the main-net is planned to be launched with 100,000 TPS before the year ends. Yet the lack of an extended plan for the following years might create selling pressure.

As the team is highly experienced in game development since many team members have worked for the world’s biggest video game companies such as 2K Games, Codemasters, and Electronic Arts, MagnaChain will primarily focus on the video game industry. The use of sidechains creates an opportunity to game developers to use MGC tokens in games they have developed. Yet this is not to say that it is not possible to implement the proposed solutions to other businesses as well.

Token

MGC tokens will be used to process transactions taking place in the network. In return for their effort to validate these transactions, miners will be rewarded by these tokens. It will be possible for dApp developers to use MGC tokens for facilitating in-game transactions. So, we can say that MGC is quite akin to “gas” as in Ethereum.

No more than a total of 4 billion MGC tokens will be ever minted. 1.2 billion tokens will be minted as mining rewards in the future and 2.6 billion tokens will be pre-mined to be distributed after the sale.

The total pre-mined supply of MGC is 2,600,000,000 tokens with the following token distribution:

  • 15% marketing
  • 30% token sale
  • 20% reserves
  • 20% team and advisors
  • 15% developer/incentive programs

Any unsold token will be burned. 25% of tokens allocated to the team will be released every six months. One-fifth of tokens allocated to advisors will not be locked up and one-fifth will be released every four and half months.

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

  • 39% research & development
  • 39% developer funds & incentives
  • 8% overhead & general admin
  • 8% brand marketing
  • 6% legal & professional

Team

CEO Hal Bame: Bame held several management positions at reputable video games companies such as Codemasters and Sony Computer Entertainment.

CMO Peiji Guo: Guo has worked as a senior manager at Blizzard and 2K Games.

Nizam Ismail: Ismail was the head of compliance at Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers.

Kejun Zheng: Zheng, a senior software architect at MagnaChain, has worked for Accenture China and Amdocs.

Advisors

Alex Nagayama: Nagayama has worked for Canon, Apple, Electronic Arts, and Activision.

Partners

Unreal Engine 4: Unreal Engine 4 is a collection of tools for game developers. The integration of MagnaChain toolset will enable game developers to use blockchain game development solutions.

Investors

Draper Dragon: A renowned venture capital company.

Verdict

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

Risks

  • The absence of a GitHub page is an important concern for the skeptic ICO investor. (-2)
  • The competition with many blockchain projects aiming to have high throughput. (-2)
  • Token metrics for the public sale is not released as of September 22nd, making it hard to evaluate any potential return on investment at the moment. (-1)

Growth Potential

  • The team highly experiences in game development. (+3)
  • The latest test-run result is over 13,000 transactions per second. (+2)
  • Many important milestones just after the sale ends should create high buying pressure. (+3)

Disposition

Low transaction speeds are one of the most crucial problems which Bitcoin and Ethereum face at the moment and so many blockchain projects are taking a shot to solve this problem. By the use of a consensus protocol named VH-Pos and sidechains, MagnaChain is aiming to increase a TPS over 13,000 as the latest test-net results show to 100,000 by the end of the year. As many team members have obtained immense experience in the video game industry prior to joining MagnaChain, the first application for the project is decided to be game development. The presence of so many projects with similar goals might be a concern for the ICO investor, yet this great team and the existence of a test-net released prior to the token sale is a definitive good sign for any return on investment. Still, the skeptic investor should note that as of the time of writing no GitHub link is made public, which makes it hard to verify TPS claims. MagnaChain receives a 3/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: MGC
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: Unspecified
  • Minimum Investment: Unspecified
  • Price: Unspecified
  • Hard Cap: $20,000,000
  • Payments Accepted: Ethereum
  • Restricted from Participating: Unspecified

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ICO Analysis: BitCanna

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The cannabis and crypto industries share many similar qualities. Both are practically brand new, both are extremely controversial, both shine with the potential to change the world, and both are consistently being held down by “The Man.” As banks, credit card companies, and PayPal all continue to deny working with Bitcoin and Cannabis, new ICO BitCanna has come up with a solution for the Cannabis industry. Use crypto to bypass the bank, and use their own distributed ledger to track all the products from seed to sale to help legitimize the industry

“At BitCanna, we are looking to change the way cannabis does business. For too long have things been in a grey area, both retailers and users acting with uncertainty. BitCanna changes this, offering an easy way to establish trust back into the market and give regulators an avenue to regulate”

Starting in Europe, BitCanna will provide a decentralized payment network, with masternodes and POS rewards, for the legal cannabis industry. Customers can use BCNA tokens to make instant purchases in online and brick & mortar dispensaries.

BitCanna will be created in 3 phases, taking around 3 years.

Phase 1: Global Payment Solution (Q1 2017 – Q4 2019)

  • Create a decentralized payment network for the cannabis industry. The main goal is to provide an alternative, cost-efficient payment solution besides cash, for unbanked businesses.
  •  The mainnet will go live directly after the ICO’s time limit is reached, July 1st 2019.
  • Mobile wallet, instant transactions. Payment runs directly from customer to merchants, no middlemen.
  • Compliance with local regulations.  Blockchain ledger allows for true transparency for govt and financial inspections/regulations

Phase 2:  Supply Chain (Q1 2020- Q4 2020)

  • Integrate mainnet with the supply chain layer.
  • Track and trace monitoring functionalities for the entire supply chain of cannabis.
  • Distributed ledger will provide all users with a clear insight into the production, transportation, and financial aspects. This will benefit producers, distributors, shippers, government agencies, and consumers.

Phase 3: Trust and Reputation (Q1 2021 – Q2 2021)

  • A trust and reputation layer will be integrated into the blockchain.
  • All Sorts of apps will be developed to incentivize the network, improve business efficiency and transparency, and enhance customer experience.
  • Business analytical tools, inventory management, loyalty programs.
  • Secure identity platform.
  • Shop and product review and rating system.

What it looks like, 5 layers to the tech.

Token

BCNA token will be used for all transactions on the blockchain. It will be a POS coin with masternodes.

In order to allow for almost instant transactions, they will have 60-second block times. Block reward distribution will be 50% Masternodes, 40% Proof of Stake and 10% Project proposals.

The token will inflate by 10%, decreasing over time until it hits 0%, at which time the system will slowly transition into a transaction-fee-only model.

Distribution:

  • 60% Crowdsale
  • 15% Team/Advisors
  • 15% Future business dev and market expansion
  • 10% Marketing Campaign

Use of Funds:

  • 40% Product Development
  • 30% Marketing
  • 20% Unexpected operational costs
  • 5% Legal
  • 5% Reserved for unexpected costs.

Team

This is one of the largest teams reviewed. There are 19 members listed in the whitepaper, most from the Netherlands, but then they have 13 blockchain engineer/developers living in Ukraine.

Boy Ramsaha i- Founder. Popular guy in the Euro Cannabis culture. Organized several international fairs around the world. 1991, founded High Life and Soft Secrets, 2 popular Cannabis magazines. Founder of Royal Queen Seeds, one of the biggest cannabis seed banks in the world, with 7 brand stores. Also owns a CBD lab in Switzerland. Has over “250 people on the payroll” of his different companies.

Jan Scheele – CEO. Has spent 7 years as Partner/Director at Strabico, an event services company with 2-10 employees, in Amsterdam. 17 years as Director at Caesus, a web development site with 11-50 employees. TedTalk Netherlands host.

Jack Janssen – CFO.  Current Business Controller at 4 different companies. Royal Queen Seeds, cannabis seed/oil producing company. Yuqo (30 employees), Cibdol AG (8 employees), and International Blockchain Solutions (parent company of BitCanna?)

Paulo Ramos (CTO), Is the leader of the development team.

Four law advisors round out the team.

There isn’t too much hype around this yet, but it’s still very early. They have a lot of business and media partnerships

Verdict

In order to get this project running, the team decided to create a network of allies/partners called BitCanna Alliance.

BitCanna Alliance is a strategic initiative formed by leaders in the European cannabis industry. It’s currently made up of some of the most prominent seed banks and cannabis dispensary firms in Europe, serving more than 10 million unique visitors every month. There are over 20 businesses already signed on including some big players; Cibdol (a leading online CBD shop),  Zamnesia (biggest online smart and seed shop in Europe), and Royal Queen Seeds (one of the biggest global seed brands.)

Risks

  • The 20 team members listed in their whitepaper lack blockchain experience. However, supposedly they have a team of 13 senior developers working constantly on the project in Ukraine. “They choose to remain anonymous for their own respective reasons.” -1
  • There’s going to be a 10% inflation rate, which will over time work its way down to 0%, but is simply too much. -2
  • It won’t be fully developed until Q2 2021. If the token price crashes, which it just might because of 10% inflation, they will run out of funds. -1.5
  • If Cannabis gets legalized throughout the entire EU, this coin could lose its purpose. -1
  • No MVP, and their GitHub is not very active at all. -1
  • As you can see below, it isn’t exactly hard to get into the BitCanna Alliance. And it comes with only benefits to any business that signs up. It’s not like a binding long-term commitment or anything. -1

Growth Potential

  • The BitCanna alliance is impressive. Denmark’s Leading Online Grow Shop, leading euro CBD shop, etc.. +3
  • Huge, exploding billion dollar industry, and everyone wants a piece. +4
  • To protect the privacy of consumers, they will develop BitCanna ID where once your id is established, it will be encrypted and hashed, giving customers and sellers identity without having to give out any personal info. +2
  • The BitCanna Alliance are currently in Europe. The goal is to expand to the US market and even worldwide once a solid foundation has been built. +2
  • Passive income: Masternodes and proof of stake offer large rewards, starting out at 10% inflation.+2
  • They are being advised by 4 separate lawyers. +1

Disposition

The cannabis blockchain competition is not very tough yet. If BitCanna has a successful ICO and mainnet launch, they will probably be the best canna crypto on the market. However, the 30% discount for getting in 8 months early is most definitely not worth the risk. If interested, check on them sometime June 2019. 5.5/10

Investment Details

All unsold tokens will be burned

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Hypernet technology allows personal computers, smartphones and even fridges with processors to connect with each other and become one completely ”parallel” supercomputer. The combined synergy between numerous devices can create calculating capacities which can rival every existing supercomputer.

With Hypernet it will be possible to lease your unused computing power to other users who want to use it and are willing to pay for it. Sellers register their devices in Hypernet and set the price for the time. Then, like traditional cloud services, buyers write a program and ask for hours of computing on a certain number of devices to run their program. Hypernet ensures that the buyer’s program will be divided and safely sent to each of the devices, processing arbitration between users.

Let us touch the topic of supercomputers in general.

Any supercomputer is just a just collection of computers. They are optimally connected and allow synergy between devices. However, these supercomputers are very bulky and require maintenance. The second development is a distributed supercomputer, which is based on the same concept, but devices are connected through the internet. Currently, supercomputers can only work on specific tasks. Hypernet intends to solve this problem by creating a network in which all operations will be performed much faster and in parallel. The resulting in Hypercomputer is not limited in its computing abilities in the way like other distributed supercomputers.

From a tech point of view, Hypernet is innovative because of several reasons:

  • Computation works for almost all types of problems, while competitors in distributed computing have tried to approach the most straightforward class of programs called grid computations.
  • An algorithm based on a distributed average consensus that was developed from scratch especially for dynamic, distributed and decentralized device networks.

This gives Hypernet the ability to run all classes of problems in parallel which results in an infinitely scalable network that is not limited to the cost and time required to create new data centers. This allows data reduction for massively-parallel sets of tasks.

Competitors

Hypernet’s direct competitors are SONM, Golem and Constellation Labs.

Road Map

Hypernet has three main elements, each with a separate roadmap:

Blockchain Resource Scheduler – The Hypernet Foundation will work with developers to create a schedule in the form of a graphical dashboard. Sellers will be able to use the scheduler to specify the conditions for using their equipment (when the equipment can be used, how much memory and disk should be available, and how much of their processor time they are willing to offer).

Hypernet Consensus Infrastructure – The Hypernet Foundation will work with third parties to develop an API library for distributed average consensus in a hyperlink with a lever.

Hypernet Executable Environment – To ensure security and interoperability in the system, it is expected that the Hypernet Foundation will create a sandbox environment for executing executable files to isolate them from the vendor’s hardware.

Token

The project has a sophisticated token use structure.

STAKING: Buyers and sellers must stake HyperTokens to complete compute jobs.

REPUTATION: A user’s reputation increases by being a reliable and responsible compute provider and compute purchaser, and this reputation is permanently logged on the blockchain. A user’s reputation increases the likelihood of participating in compute jobs.

CURRENCY: HyperTokens are the transactional currency which enables the buying and selling of compute on the network.

AVAILABILITY MINING: Individuals can mine HyperTokens while waiting for compute jobs, by just being available in the lobby. This incentivizes users to join the network and make their devices available.

DECENTRALIZED GOVERNANCE / VOTING: Nodes participate in challenge and response and are incentivized for helping maintain the quality of the network, and weeding out bad actors.

There is no information on token distribution and use of funds available.

Team

Below is a rundown of key team members.

IVAN RAVLICH

  • CEO and Founder
  • Graduate of Stanford.
  • Development of start-up products in the companies Ad Astra Rocket Company as plasma physicist
  • LanzaTech as a chemical engineer.
  • Candidate research at Stanford focused on advanced space motion from magnetoplasma missiles to expanded theories of gravity.

TODD CHAPMAN

  • Co-Founder and CTO
  • Graduate of Stanford.
  • Awarded a US Defense and Engineering Scholarship in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford, for his thesis.
  • Current research interests relate to fault-tolerant algorithms for distributed and exact computations and the application of optimal control methods for the training of stabilized neural network architectures.

DANIEL MAREN

  • Co-Founder and CFO
  • Graduate of Stanford
  • Founded in 2013 a company of solar power electronics Dragonfly Systems with a successful exit when the company acquired by SunPower Corporation in 2014.
  • Remains advisor to SunPower
  • In 2009-2013 years. was a co-founder of the non-profit organization weJAYA, which dealt with the fight against poverty in West Timor.

Advisors

The key advisors are listed below.

RANDALL KAPLAN

  • Randall is a co-founder of Akamai Technologies, the global leader in Content Delivery Network (CDN) services. Randall is also the founder and CEO of JUMP Investors, a venture capital firm that also functions as his family office (notable investments include Google and Seagate.)

MARC WEINSTEIN

  • Marc Weinstein is the Head of Research & Analysis at DNA Fund.

Verdict

Below is the breakdown of risks and growth factors of the project.

Risks

  • The competition in the sector is very large. Both from centralized systems like Amazon, and from decentralized (Golem) and those that are doing ICO at the moment (Ankr Network, Arpa, Teex) -1
  • The team does not have much experience in parallel computing and blockchain experience -1
  • No information on token metrics at this point -1
  • WP technical assumptions are very questionable as the use of blockсkchain is not entirely understandable in view of the fact that the same system based on HyperLeger can do everything as effective -1
  • The mainnet launch was scheduled to be released in August, but there are not new releases of development announcements at this point. -1

Growth Potential

  • hard cap of 15million is pretty reasonable for this space +2
  • The team is a good one for a start-up. Young graduates of good universities and an interesting background +2
  • Have some institutional support (The DNA fund) +2
  • MVP is available +2
  • There is a market for growth in the space +2

Disposition

In general, the project can be assessed as average. The team is good but without much experience in the industry. The product is interesting, but there are delays in implementation, which for me is a red flag. 5 out of 10.

Investment Details

  • Type: Utility
  • Symbol: Hypertokens
  • Platform: Ethereum/Own platform
  • Crowdsale: June
  • Minimum Investment:
  • Price: TBA
  • Hard Cap: 15 million USD
  • Payments Accepted: ETH
  • Restrictions Barred from Participating: TBA

General details

Website: https://hypernetwork.io/

Telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/H-DkTAx1R8A0HvY6vNs5Xw

Whitepaper: https://hypernetwork.io/HypernetWhitePaper_v1.1.pdf

Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoHypernet

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoHypernet/

Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/HypernetComputing

Medium: https://medium.com/@hypernet/has-recommended

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