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ICO Analysis: OriginProtocol (ORIGIN)

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Since the internet came along, businesses have learned to use it to greatly increase efficiency, expand globally and become extremely more profitable. New business models have come along and quickly become massive industry leaders such as Airbnb, Uber and eBay. Origin Protocol is designed on the Ethereum blockchain to capitalize on this new business model mimicking those companies and more, but also reducing costs by eliminating the middle man via peer to peer transactions. Origin Protocol seeks to transition those types of businesses from e-commerce to decentralized commerce.

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Buyers and sellers around the globe will interact and complete transactions without the need for middlemen. Origin Protocol refers to this as “buyers and sellers of fractional use goods and services.” Listings are to be managed on a secure and transparent platform, Ethereum, which acts as a neutral third party. Transaction fees, which normally go to companies such as eBay, Airbnb, and Uber, will basically be nonexistent resulting in both parties getting a better deal.

Since Origin Protocol is building on the Ethereum platform, listings (availability, price, etc.) will be public and transparent. However, confidential information will be encrypted and only released to verified buyers. With Origin Protocol, buyers and sellers will be able to search listings, leave reviews/ratings, make bookings without the hassle of currency conversions or tariffs and purchase services using Ether, ERC-20 tokens (including Origin token) or fiat currency.

To get a sense of the potential this project offers, take a look at the following quote from Goldman Sachs Research:

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“P2P lodging sites like Airbnb have already begun to transform the lodging industry by making a public market in private housing. However, adoption may be limited by concerns about safety and security (guests) and property damage (hosts). By enabling a secure, tamper-proof system for managing digital credentials and reputation, we believe blockchain could help accelerate the adoption of P2P lodging.”

Token

The Origin token is an ERC-20 token which will serve three separate functions on the Origin Protocol platform:

  1. Security by enabling positive & negative incentives
  2. Enabling network governance
  3. A transfer of value for transactions between buyers & sellers

Team

The Origin Protocol team and advisers are made up of all-stars with the two co-founders, Matthew Liu and Josh Fraser, having already founded several successful businesses such as PriceSlash, Unicycle Labs and Torbit (acquired by Walmart Labs). Mathew was also a Product Manager for Google and YouTube. Advisers include Melody He (Co-Founder of SpartanGroup – blockchain advisory and investment firm), Paul Veradittakit (Partner at Pantera Capital) and Joey Krug (Co-Founder of Augur).

An extensive list of partners building on the Origin platform including WeTrust, AntiqMall, Galaxy eSolutions, Mobotiq, Brixby, HireMatch, Lotus, SmartRefer, Deco.Network, Bee Token

Verdict

Internet marketplaces have always been governed by centralized companies that maintain individual monopolies on data, transaction and other service fees, as well as user choice. Origin Protocol, using blockchain and other distributed technologies, is determined to transfer these marketplaces to decentralized commerce. In doing so, Origin will lower fees, increase innovation, free customer and transaction data, and decrease censorship and unnecessary regulation. Origin, with its team and partners, is in an excellent position to become a major player in this industry.

Risks

  • Community sale is scheduled for Q2 2018, but token metrics haven’t been released and token distribution isn’t scheduled for Q3 2018 -1.5
  • Some countries could create regulatory issues for businesses/individuals receiving cryptocurrency as a form of payment -1.5
  • Leadership team looks strong, however, some have founded many companies and may have other priorities besides Origin as their main focus. Time spent at previously founded companies has been short for the CEO, so it would be good to see more years spent at one company giving comfort that Origin will be run by top professionals for the long-term -0.75

Growth Potential

  • The company has already acquired notable partnerships, which puts it far ahead of the curve as a viable business project. +3
  • All-star team with numbers on par for necessary workload and active community with 22,000+ members on Telegram. This means the token sale is likely to be a success. +3.5
  • If the team is able to achieve the vision of the project, there is massive growth and profit potential in an industry that is still in its infancy. +1
  • The Origin Protocol Demo DApp is live on testnet, which provides another strong use case of the potential of the project.+2.5

Disposition

With the ability to vastly increase efficiency and reduce costs to both buyers and sellers, blockchain technology will soon become implemented in industries around the globe. Origin Protocol has chosen a rapidly expanding multi-billion dollar industry to target and will reap huge benefits if successful. Origin Protocol appears to have the makings of a successful ICO that investors seek out: all-star team (check), credible advisers (check), multiple established partnerships (check), on track with roadmap (check) and a market that can greatly benefit from blockchain (check). Therefore, Origin Protocol receives a rating of 6.25 out of 10. 

Investment Details

  • Token: Utility
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Symbol: ORIGIN
  • Hard Cap: Undetermined
  • Circulating Supply: TBA
  • Total Supply: TBA
  • Crowdsale Date: TBA
  • Payments to be Accepted: ETH
  • Jurisdictions Barred from Participating: None mentioned

For more information regarding OriginProtocol:

website: www.originprotocol.com (team, whitepaper, roadmap)
Telegram: t.me/originprotocol (22K+ members)
Twitter: twitter.com/originprotocol
Medium: medium.com/originprotocol
Facebook: facebook.com/originprotocol
Github: github.com/OriginProtocol

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ICO Analysis: Layer Protocol (LRX)

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With the sharing economy industry poised to soon surpass $40 billion in revenues, the profit potential is massive. Companies such as Airbnb, Uber, and Zipcar depend on user ratings and reviews to give potential customers insight into assets or services before they commit to using them. The issue with the current reputation management system is that it is exclusive to each company and not shared. This allows users with bad reviews to go from one company to another.

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Layer Protocol will solve this issue and tap into this enormous industry by allowing companies to share user reputation history while maintaining security utilizing the blockchain. Layer Protocol is a borderless reputation and incentive system designed to unify the sharing economy companies around the world. Layer Protocol will help establish decentralized reputations that can move freely from sharing platform to sharing platform.

Token

LRX is an ERC20 token that will provide economic incentives for scalable computation of reputation scores through master nodes, and drives community governance. Companies using Layer are also incentivized to use LRX for rewards and accept LRX for payments. Layer Protocol has a partnership with Spin, North America’s leading electric personal mobility company, which will give their blockchain protocol and LRX use from the onset. Spin has over 70 markets in the U.S., with thousands of scooters and bikes on the street, and has been heavily featured on The New York Times, CNN, Bloomberg, and The Washington Post. As Layer’s first partner, Spin will use Layer to power their reputation system, and accept the LRX token as payment for rentals, in addition to fiat.

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There will be a total supply of 1 billion LRX tokens with 400 million available for purchase during the token sale. The token price is 1 LRX = $0.0375 USD with a hard cap of $15,000,000 USD. Team tokens will be vested for a 2-year period.

Team

The Layer Protocol team appears solid bringing leadership and experience from companies such as Y Combinator, Lyft, Samsung, Fitbit, and Stanford.

Team member Euwyn Poon is an entrepreneur, lawyer and software engineer who has been involved in the blockchain industry for five years. In 2014, he co-founded Delta, one of the first projects to offer interest-bearing bitcoin accounts, which was backed by Y Combinator, Initialized Capital, and Winklevoss Capital. He graduated from Cornell and has spoken at CoinSummit London and Inside Bitcoins and has been featured on Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Vice, CNBC and Fox Business News.

Advisers include:

  • David Chen: Former Partner at Lightspeed
  • Kenzi Wang: General Partner at AU21, a blockchain fund
  • Dmitry Grishin: Co-founder of Grishin Robotics, Mail.ru (DST), one of Russia’s largest internet companies
  • Peter Szeli: Partner at Skyline Capital Group
  • Michael Ma: General Partner at Liquid 2 Ventures
  • Gee Chuang: Co-founder of Ink Protocoland Listia
  • Josh Fraser: Co-founder of Origin Protocol
  • Matthew Liu: Co-founder of Origin Protocol
  • Firoz Khan: Founder of Decentralised Chain
  • Chandler Guo: Blockchain investor (ETH, NEO, Qtum, Binance, Huobi, Gate.io)

Verdict

Layer Protocol will provide economic incentives for scalable computation of reputation scores, which will encourage adoption of the protocol and drive community governance. As well as a decentralized reputation system for the global sharing economy, Layer Protocol aims to be a decentralized credit scoring agency which will help accelerate the growth of the sharing economy. If mass adoption and implementation occur, the future looks bright for Layer Protocol.

Risks

  • Spin has committed to adopting Layer Protocol as its de facto reputation, rewards, and payment system. There is an internal prototype that’s being tested with Spin, but it’s not open sourced or on the testnet yet. -2
  • As with all industries that can benefit from blockchain technology, there will be competitors to Layer Protocol, such as Reputoken and others are sure to follow. However, Layer Protocol does have a leg up on the competition with their partnership with Spin. -1

Growth Potential

  • Having partnerships clearly increases the chance of success for an ICO. As well as having Spin set to use Layer Protocol, the company has also partnered with other blockchain players, including Origin Protocol, Insights Network, and Quantstamp. +4
  • The team members and advisers bring the necessary experience to achieve the project’s goals. The team is also showing commitment to the success of the project by having a 2-year vesting period. +3.5
  • Savvy investors searching for projects that include the option to own masternodes will be pleased to learn that masternodes will be available with LRX. +2.5

Disposition

2018 is an exciting time for blockchain technology. So much innovation is happening with new ICOs launching on a daily basis. Many of these ICOs have nothing more than a whitepaper and are created without solid use cases. Spin has committed to using Layer Protocol which grants a use case from day one. As more sharing economy companies come onboard, Layer Protocol has the potential to be one of the ICO success stories in 2018. Layer Protocol receives a 7 out of 10 rating.

Investment Details

  • Token Symbol: LRX
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Token Price: 1 LRX = 0.0375 USD
  • Token Supply: 1,000,000,000 LRX
  • Available for Purchase: 400,000,000 LRX
  • Hard Cap: $15,000,000 USD
  • Pre-Sale: On-Going
  • Main Sale: TBA
  • Payments Accepted: ETH

For more information regarding Layer Protocol:

Website: layerprotocol.com
Telegram: t.me/layerprotocol

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ICO Analysis: DeStream

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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.

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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:

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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.

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The Consensus Conference just came to an end. And although it didn’t quite produce the instant moon shots expected around the market, it did produce a smorgasbord of tasty new projects. Perhaps the most succulent one is a decentralized, community-based marketplace for tokenized alternative investments called Smart Valor.

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The VALOR Platform is blockchain agnostic and designed to evolve and expand over time. Most of the components will be open source with outside contributors able to build apps on top of it. Here are the current components that will be available on the platform.

  • App marketplace: Third party providers or any contributor for that matter can build apps on top of Valor. The users can then purchase or license these apps via the marketplace
  • ICO platform with tokenization engine: Basicallyn this is an incubator. VALOR helps guide new projects through the token sale process, making sure the model/smart contract is consistent with the asset.
  • Task marketplace: Anyone with talent will be rewarded for coding, research, performance predictions and more. According to the company, “Positive reviews from the community and accurate performance predictions will build your publicly verifiable reputation and increase your earning potential.”
  • Governance and voting engine: The community will govern most of VALOR by voting on decisions, contributing to polls, introducing petitions, etc.
  • Rewards and bounty programs: Stakeholders earn rewards by engagement in opinion polls, being involved in governance matters, giving input on new assets being considered for listing, providing liquidity and much more things that haven’t been added yet.
  • Decentralized auctioning marketplace: Smart contract enabled auction marketplace that helps price discovery and supports liquidity in low volume traded assets, for both investors and asset issuers.
  • Licensed exchange: Trade asset and crypto tokens while following all regulations.
  • Authentication and identity: Authenticate and manage user IDs with multi-factor authentication implemented.
  • Secure custody for crypto assets: Valor accounts or wallets allow you to hold your tokenized assets safe and securely.
  • Portfolio management: User-friendly dashboard, desktop and mobile. Integrates risk analysis and performance prediction apps from the app marketplace.

What can be found in the VALOR marketplace? Tokenized alternative investments.

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The Valor Platform fundamentals include:

  • Blockchain based securitization: Representation of assets through cryptographic tokens enabling efficient, instant and secure transfer of value.
  • Focus on alternative investments: Will Focus on inaccessible and mostly illiquid assets – as well as safe-haven investments.
  • Community-driven value creation: A decentralized organization with meritocracy-based rewards for individual contributors.
  • Fully compliant and licensed platform: The VALOR Platform is in the process of undergoing regulatory approval to act as a fully licensed marketplace for alternative investments.

Token

This project is still in its private pre-sale phase. They have yet to release a whitepaper, and there is very little info on the token.  Here’s the information available as of May 17, most of it comes from this livestream of Olga speaking to a small crowd on May 8th: https://smartvalor.com/ama-livestream/

The Valor token will serve several functions.

  1. Contribute to value creation: Earn rewards through investing or by contributing your expertize to the Valor Community, with coding, research, market predictions etc.
  2. Build your reputation: Publicly verifiable reputations will increase earning potential. Everyone is equal at the start, and will earn value as they give value. Or the opposite.
  3. Voting rights: Allows holders to vote on strategic decisions.
  4. Special Privilege: Holding VALOR grant exclusive rights.
  5. Staking: Asset issuers and service providers must stake a certain amount of token as collateral. In case of misconduct or non-compliance, the tokens are forfeited.

The allocation is as follows:

  • 45% Distributed to token purchasers
  • 19% Founders, future employees, advisers
  • 5% Liquidity buffer
  • 5% Bounties and network growth
  • 26%Retained for future development (locked up 3 years)

Team

Team Smart Valor is already 13 people deep, have offices in Paris and Munich, and are headquartered in Zug, where they are hosted by the Thomson Reuters Incubator. Zug is turning into one of the leading Cities for start-ups. Part of that popularity is due to Founder Olga Felldmeiers working with Swiss Officials to give blockchain innovators the freedom to do their thing.

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Oliver Feldmeier: COO – an expert in digital transformation, Founder and Managing Director of Verto Advisory (Switzerland) and Technology Advisor at Capgemini (Germany).

Julien Bringer: Chief Security and Cryptography Expert. Holds over 50 patents and has authored over 80 publications on security and cryptography. Headed the cryptography and security research team for six years for IDEMIA.

Thomas Felber: CIO, Co-founder and Head of IT at BeeZero. Previously Co-founder and Managing Partner of software development and IT consultancy Tekaris (Germany).

There are six impressive adviswrs including the  co-founder at swytch.io, the founder of PAY.ON, and an ex-board member of the Ethereum Foundation.

Verdict

Traditionally, only whales were able to get into the trillions of dollar alternative investments industry. But now that we can tokenize and make liquid any and all assets, the little guy finally gets to buy and sell tiny fractions of everything 24/7,  with instant transaction executions, instead of waiting a couple days like on the stock markets.

Risks

  • They want the community to pretty much run the platform in the future. With so many different projects out already, it could prove to be hard finding enough enthusiastic community members. -1
  • There have already been quite a few asset tokenization project failures already. -1
  • Although it sounds like this team is prepared for all the regulatory hurdles coming their way, it still won’t be easy. –2
  • The private pre-sale is way too private, and loose. They have yet to put out the whitepaper, yet have been collecting funds for at least three weeks. -1

Growth Potential

  • Hosted by the Thomson Reuters Incubator, the project seems powerful. A lot of thomson Reuters Incubator projects present at major conferences, and connect with each other. +2
  • They are listed as one of Europe’s 10 Most Exciting Technology SMEs for 2018 by Forbes. +2
  •  SmartValor will have an incubator of their own for new projects to be created.+3.5
  • Potential partnerships out the wazoo. +2
  • Founder, Olga Feldmeier has “it”. And people see it, she speaks at all the major conferences, and constantly helps convince the higher-ups to allow Switzerland to be one of the leaders in blockchain innovation. +3

Disposition

VALOR hits on all cylinders.

Although there will be many similar protocols to compete with,  Valor separates itself by being blockchain agnostic and focusing their energy specifically on alternative investments and compliance with regulators.   7.5/10.

Investment Details

  • Platform: erc20, but will be blockchain agnostic
  • Hard Cap: $35 million
  • Total Supply:  100 million
  • Tokens for sale: 45 million
  • Price: $1 before bonus
  • Private Pre-sale: 50% bonus Sign up https://smartvalor.com/pre-sale/
  • Crowd sale: TBA (will have lower bonus tears)
  • Whitelist: https://smartvalor.com/pre-sale/
  • First AMA Video: 1 hour long . https://smartvalor.com/ama-livestream/

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