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The ‘Productivist blockchain project’ hopes to define and implement a “new standard of smart production” (whitepaper) that focuses on key areas for improvement such as service quality, fairness of pricing, and an overall increase in the efficiency of production.

The Current State of Smart Manufacturing

Supply chain and manufacturing sectors have adapted numerous times as a result of the many technological, social and economic changes that have taken place throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.

So much that a word has been coined to denote the current set of changes that are taking place.

The ‘industry 4.0’ or ‘industrial revolution 4.0’ (also known as ‘smart manufacturing’) describes a future state which many believe we are in the process of transitioning towards. It comprises of ideals such as interoperability between workers (human and machine), the effective exchange of data, and a cross-reliance regarding technical support & problem-solving functions.

Additional core principles include informational transparency and the decentralization of decision making.

So How Does It Work?

Split up into various compartmentalized service layers aimed at different levels of user, the Productivist platform incorporates functions that benefit parties on both sides of the supply chain.

It’s based on decentralized blockchain architecture which means that the storage, tracking and indexing of records is inherently immutable, transparent, and encrypted.

The primary use case will be the community driven market system, where matchmaking protocols will facilitate direct and decentralized negotiations, in addition to bid and tender proposal processes.

Resulting agreements will be recorded and enforced using ‘Smart contracts’, which are a well-proven decentralized blockchain-based innovation.

Benefits over traditional forms of contract include the elimination of legislative intermediaries and court litigation fees, in addition to automated enforcement of agreed terms.

A Deeper Dive into the Technology

Productivist’s platform uses Hyperledger architecture, a collaboration of concurrent projects led by the Linux Foundation as a means of fostering a mutually beneficial set of standards.

As all Hyperledger code is open-source it, along with all the inner workings of Productivist, is transparent. Technical peers, potential investors and partners can verify everything with their own eyes to determine whether the code is viable, and trustable.

On a negative note however: the Productivist platform demands from manufacturers the implementation of a new piece of hardware which they have innovated, called a ‘smart device’.

These are to be installed and integrated on-site and within process strategy to (supposedly) maximize the benefits delivered through…

“real time monitoring, usage optimization, and scaling… [as well as] offer highly innovative applications, such as intellectual property protection.” source

Token

Customers can pay for their selection of goods and services on the platform by using their preference of traditional fiat currency payments. These are instantaneously converted into Productivist’s token-based currency, the ‘Productoken’ (or ‘PROD’).

PROD helps to ensure lightning fast transaction-speeds and minimizes expenses, such as extraneous service charges and currency conversion fees. It also eliminates middle-men, like traditional payment providers like Mastercard and Visa (along with their commissions and restrictions).

The Productoken’s liquidity will be ensured through adoption of the Ethereum-backed ERC-20 standard and can be received by any compatible wallet. The token itself will be based on Productivist’s own proprietary blockchain.

Token allocation, as reported in their white paper, will be…

  • 70%: Token Sale
  • 3%: Productivist Reserve (future promotions and initiatives)
  • 16%: Distributed to Productivist’s founders and employees
  • 5%: Referral and Bounty program

The usage plans for funds raised through token sales is broken up as follows…

  • 30%: IT Development
  • 20%: Marketing and Sales
  • 15%: Acquisitions & Partnerships
  • 5%: International Expansion
  • 10%: Administration and Operations
  • 5%: Development Fund
  • 5%: Legal
  • 5%: Bug Bounty Program

The team states that they are currently “negotiating with various exchanges to list PROD tokens on their platforms”.

Team

Almost all Productivist’s co-founders (who are currently dispersed between France and Dubai) share dual leadership capacities at a company called Freelabster, where they have worked together for some time and continue to do so.

Freelabster is a digital services company which was founded in 2016, and claims to be “one of the biggest 3d printing platforms on the web” (although I have not been able to find much in the way of third party feedback or recognition online to support these claims).

The company’s eponymous ‘Freelabster platform’ allows potential clients to connect with expert 3D printing professionals in their local area. This is a concept they wish to evolve upon through use of blockchain, distributed ledger technology.

Whilst the team members collectively possess a diverse portfolio of transferable leadership capabilities, almost all their industrial experience lies within the design and manufacturing services sector. This suggests that their greatest professional insight into blockchain technology comes from their hired guns.

Exceptions include ‘Smart Device Leader’ Jeremie Francois, who previously worked for almost two years as a researcher at an IoT / blockchain company called ChainOrchestra.

  • Patrick Musso (LI): Head of Economics Research at CNRS National Center for Scientific Research.
  • Benjamin Fuentes (LI): IBM Cloud Garage & Blockchain Advocate at IBM. Certified Hyperledger Fabric mentor.
  • Jean-Marie Le Sueur (LI): Owner of Asterwind CO Ltd and 30+ years’ experience in Manufacturing and Supply Chain.
  • Julien Gobert (LI): Payment specialist at Worldline, head of development, International Issuing Back Office.
  • Luca Benevolo (LI): CEO of Cryptense. Blockchain expert & contributor. ICO strategist.
  • Daniel Doppler (LI): President at Colossal Factory and experienced in artificial intelligence.

Verdict

Productivist is an innovative project packed with great ideas and a solid foundation. The team’s experience in the digital print and manufacturing services sector also proves that they understand the requirements of both clients and manufacturers.

Without any high level blockchain experts within the leadership team it is hard to visualize what Productivist can truly bring to the table here.

A result of this competency gap appears to be that many of the key features and innovations of Productivist are shared with those of ‘Freelabster’ with the benefits related to blockchain being rudimentary at best (particularly as they pride themselves on local rather than international services).

How fast this coin could grow as an investment is likely to be correlative with the trajectory of Freelabster, especially as the upcoming roadmap milestones include integrating Freelabster with the Productivist platform to form an initial use case.

Risks

  • The team possesses a distinct lack of blockchain expertise, in addition to a general lack of diversity in industrial experience, -3
  • The company prides itself on local services, however this has two flaws as it a) eliminates many of the benefits / reasons for incorporating cryptocurrency (e.g., elimination of cross-country fees and legal differences when constructing business contracts) and b) proves the niche market they are appealing to in a world where it is often cheaper to wait and import print service products from abroad. -3
  • The ‘smart device’ is interesting conceptually – however it adds more concerns than hope in my mind. How much will this high tech, cross-compatible piece of hardware cost? Who will be footing the bill? And how long would it take for the manufacturer, if they are purchasing the device, to achieve ROI especially regarding downtime to BAU (Business as usual)? -3
  • Beyond the implementation of rudimentary blockchain features such as smart contracts and distributed ledger technology, Productivist are not bringing anything else to the table – and can’t sufficiently justify ascribing themselves as ‘Industry 4.0’ .-1

Growth Potential

  • Freelabster will not only act as an anchor in terms of token value, but also a use case to advertise the platform’s adaptable SDK and API to third party organizations as a key area of their growth strategy. +3
  • 3D printing is noted to be a fast-growing industry and has exceeded the level of growth achieved by traditional manufacturing sectors for a considerable time now. Despite this growth, it still as a long way to catch up with its more conventional peers. +2
  • By utilizing open-source ‘Hyperledger’ infrastructure and tools to build their platform, Productivist are not only ensuring transparency and trust but also longevity due to the on-going support which Hyperledger is and will continue to receive. +2
  • Automatically converting to and from cryptocurrency, whilst taking and releasing funds as traditional fiat breaks down the barrier of technical understanding to manufacturers and clients who want to get involved but are unfamiliar with how cryptos work. Could also potentially enhance token liquidity. +2
  • Great looking team of advisors, but it is not enough to make up for the core teams’ lack of formal crypto knowledge. +1
  • The team’s collective expertise in 3D printing, manufacturing, and service platforms means that they may be sufficiently equipped to tackle the challenges ahead. +1

Disposition

It’s something of a passion project which doesn’t appear to have big intentions of scaling fast: I think it’s a trustable and reliable coin which will appreciate very slowly. Furthermore, whether the team can maintain a slow and steady growth but their capability for rapid scaling is yet to be proven.

As such, I see no reason to invest in a currency what is most likely to remain static in value for a very long time (if it even succeeds) when there are much more prosperous projects to investigate for now.

1/10

Investment Details

  • Token Type: Utility
  • Platform: Private Blockchain, ERC20 compliant
  • Symbol: PROD
  • Pre-ICO: Ends 17th May 2018 (28% + 15% – 5k Bonus)
  • Total Supply: 385,000,000 PROD tokens. Available in Pre-ICO & Main ICO (Hard Cap): 238 million PROD tokens (61,7%).
  • Public Crowd sale: Date Unannounced
  • Hard cap: $29,000,000
  • Soft cap: $5,000,000
  • Website + pre-ICO details: https://ico.productivist.com
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProducToken
  • Telegram: https://t.me/productivist

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ICO Analysis: Fieldcoin

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Fieldcoin is an agribusiness crowdfunding platform that enables anyone to buy, sell, rent, and manage farmland from anywhere in the world. Using IoT, smart contracts, and other agribusiness technology, token holders will form a DAC (Decentralised Autonomous Community) and vote on every aspect of their chosen agribusiness from seed to table.

“Fieldcoin’s mission is to bring the blockchain technology to land property transactions and agricultural crowdfunding projects while creating a stable transaction instrument easing the process of land and agribusiness acquisition.”

Fieldcoin will offer access to LANDS Management Services. Investors will be able to buy/sell/manage physical land of different sizes and budgets at an attractive price compared to the market value.

The company claims to:

  • Brings liquidity to the agricultural industry
  • The token is backed by land.
  • Decentralize the highly centralized agriculture market
  • Track the origin of food products.
  • Manage the way the food is grown (pesticides or organic)

Along with the above highlights, Fieldcoin’s “trade-back token” guarantees an 80% ratio on the value of your token to the assets in the ecosystem and the possibility of claiming your assets in physical property at a certain rate under the market price.

In the Fieldcoin ecosystem, there are 2 levels of ownership: “Off-chain,” which is to comply with national regulations and “On-chain,” which is recorded and transacted on the blockchain.

  • Off-chain: Fieldcoin Ltd or a third party company DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) owns the property titles recorded in the national land registry. The token holder owns a share of the company representing the specific land acquired on the platform.
  • On-chain: Fieldcoin Ltd creates a unique token with a unique number representing a specific property called LANDS (ERC721). The LANDS token represents the ownership of the property and can be exchanged on the Fieldcoin platform using the Blockchain.

The FCO will start April 2nd, 2019.

FCO means Field Coin Offering. It’s like any ICO, users buy (FLC) ERC20 Utility tokens which are used to acquire non-fungible tokens (ERC721), which represent a particular agricultural property. “The acquisition of NFT tokens during the ICO makes the Field Coin Offering unique and offers a strong advantage to investors that are able to test the platform and own tangible assets during the Coin Offering.”

Token

FLC is an ERC20-based utility token distributed during the FCO. The token is used as a currency to buy land, services and crowdfund agricultural projects on the platform.

LANDS is an ERC721-based token received after buying a specific land property through our platform, representing land ownership and storing the data of your property. LANDS are also available for purchase during the FCO.

According to the company, trade-back token is “Token holders will buy land on Fieldcoin’s platform and pay the full market price displayed on the website. They will be credited with a coupon to buy land for later purchases. The value of the voucher corresponds to the difference between the price drop of the token under the 80% threshold and the actual value of assets in Fieldcoin’s Ecosystem. The coupon can be applied to available properties sold by Fieldcoin Ltd on the platform.”

Distribution:

  • Private Sale 2%
  • FCO 60%
  • Token Bonuses 17%
  • Reserves 10%
  • Team 9%
  • Bounty 2%

Allocation of funds:

  • 60% Purchase of Physical Land
  • 15% Agribusiness Development
  • 10% IT
  • 7% Legal
  • 6% Marketing
  • 1% Reserve Fund
  • 1% Social and Rural Development

Ecosystem asset reallocation:

  • 85% Land Recapitalization
  • 9% Business Operations
  • 5% IT Development
  • 1% Participation in Communities

Team

The Fieldcoin project is governed and supervised by Fieldcoin Ltd, registered in London. The team members are from France, Canada, USA, India, Belgium, Italy, the UK, Pakistan and China. There are over 25 team members including the advisors.

Marc Couzic is the  Founder/CEO.  He is a freelance commodities and crypto trader since 2013 and has been a “Contributor” to 3 blockchain projects this past year; Experty.io, Kart Block, and Magna Numeris.

Alexandre Palubniak is a Web Project Manager from France. He has spent 7 years as a freelance “Director Artistique”.

Jeremie Joncas is a COO from Canada but there is not much info on him. He owned a business for 4 years called J2 Entretien (but can’t find any info in it). He’s traded crypto for the last 1.5 years.

The rest of the team is similar to the above – very little experience in agriculture or blockchain.

There are also 10 Contributors/Advisors. They are average.

Verdict

When describing the benefits of Fieldcoin in Telegram, CEO Marc Couzic had this to say, among other things.

“Yes, it is a share profit system where 40% of net profits on production goes to the externalized land management company or farmer (choosen by Fieldcoin) exploiting the land and 60% to the owner. The holder of LANDS tokens won’t need to do a thing besides participating in decision concerning the type of crops and agricultural method used on its land. The idea is to levy the burden of execution for the investor and move towards agricultural automation processes. Additionally, the price of land grow on average 2-3% worldwide”

The idea of Fieldcoin is to have Decentralized Autonomous Communities that will decide on the agriculture products and management of their lands. They will vote on things like the amount of pesticides used, or if they want pure organic or reasonable agriculture.

The problem is DACs are complicated. Billion-dollar projects like Ethereum and EOS are still developing the tools to perfect them. Does Team Fieldcoin even have the ability to execute this massive project? It seems iffy, as they are fast approaching on the pre-sale and do not have an MVP. They only have this picture of one.

Risks

  • Small soft cap of just $3 million USD. According to the company: “the Proof of Concept can only be implemented once the FCO has reached $5 million USD. In the event of the cap not being reached, the Proof of Concept will be postponed.” This is sketchy. -1
  • The team is not very impressive at all. -2
  • Their business plan requires the minting of new Fieldcoin tokens to buy more land. They explain the process in detail here. -1
  • Only 13% of the funds raised will go to legal and marketing. -1
  • DACs are complicated. Many top projects are delaying launch until they figure out governance. -2

Growth Potential

  • First mover advantage. +2
  • They say they’ve already purchased land, have buying promises and about 35 offers to be displayed. +2
  • 85% of the Ecosystem asset reallocation is reserved for new land acquisitions further expanding the Ecosystem.+2
  • “Fieldcoin plans to target low-risk and average potential markets first, such as the countries within the European Union, and will then move slowly to countries with more venture capital and with much higher expected returns for Fieldcoin’s Ecosystem.”+1.5
  • 1% of the Fieldcoin tokens will be allocated to the Fieldcoin Foundation, which aims to develop community infrastructure. This project includes plans to build schools, water wells, irrigation systems, and roads.+2
  • “The Fieldcoin token is supported by “Trade-Back Protocol”, offering token holders the possibility to claim LANDS at a reduced price in case of market dips. Thanks to our upward trend capitalization mechanism, new physical lands will be acquired by Fieldcoin Ltd. increasing the guarantee of the Trade Back Protocol.”+2
  • Although we don’t score Fieldcoin well, these “respected” ICO sites have them ranked rather high. +0.5

Disposition

The tools required to build a proper DAC voting system are only now being built. Although something similar to this DAC agribusiness will someday soon be a reality, this project is too early and too ambitious, especially with such an inexperienced team. 5/10

Investment Details

  • Symbol: FLC (ERC20)  LANDS (ERC721)
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Total Supply: 1 billion
  • Presale: Feb 4 – Feb 12, 2019 (100% bonus, 1 million USD worth of tokens available)
  • Price: 1 FLC = $0.05
  • FCO (Field Coin Offering) Start date: April 2nd 2019.
  • Hard Cap: $31 million
  • Soft Cap: $3 million
  • Telegramhttps://t.me/fieldcoin
  • Websitehttps://www.fieldcoin.io/
  • Barred Jurisdictions: USA and China

All unsold tokens will be burned.

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ECOMI Collect is a delivery cross-platform (mobile, desktop, web) application and marketplace for buying, selling and swapping premium licensed digital collectibles and digital artwork. The authenticity and scarcity of digital collectibles is created using Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). ECOMI Collect is operated and supported by ORBIS Blockchain Technology Limited, a registered company in New Zealand, with offices in New York, Auckland, Taipei and Shanghai. ORBIS is comprised of 17 staff plus 14 board members and advisors.

ECOMI has a vision of being the #1 platform for buying, selling, and trading premium digital collectibles and virtual goods using Distributed Ledger Technology. ECOMI plans to revolutionize the 200 billion USD collectibles market by building its own ecosystem (ECOMI Collect) on Blockchain technology and a Secure Storage Wallet. ECOMI already has major brands on board that will give them instant worldwide attention and credibility. They also have a team that is unparalleled in this industry including their Head of Global Licensing, Alfred Kahn, who is responsible for bringing Pokemon to the world as well as “go to market” strategies for iconic brands such as Cabbage Patch Kids, Pokemon Go, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Yu-Gi-Oh and many more.

ECOMI Collect will give users real ownership of premium licensed digital collectibles and virtual goods while providing counterfeit protection and the ability for peer to peer transactions. ECOMI Collect intends to dominate this market by capturing six main categories: movies, television series, evergreen characters, animation, gaming, and digital art. Every user will have their own personal showroom which they can customize by using different layouts, backgrounds, and props. Users can make their showrooms private or public, and even share across multiple social media platforms. The vision is to revolutionize the collectibles industry by creating the world’s best platform giving users the freedom to interact and control their digital collectibles worldwide.

The ECOMI Secure Wallet is the world’s first wireless, credit card sized, cryptocurrency hardware wallet. It is a true cold wallet that never connects directly to the internet that employs (CC EAL 5+ Security) government level encryption and security. It also uses an encrypted secure Bluetooth connection to the host device (iOS or Android smartphone) removing the need for a wireless connection. The Secure Wallet has an E-paper display on the card to view balances and pairs with the ECOMI app to view manage balances online. The ECOMI Secure Wallet can bend, waterproof, and has a fully rechargeable battery. There are no extra fees or contracts and it currently supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash.

Token

The ECOMI token is needed for the sale and purchase of digital collectibles and secondly, access to extra features and benefits within the app. The digital collectibles offered through ECOMI Collect are Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). In order to facilitate the purchase and trade of digital collectibles, ECOMI Collect utilizes the OMI token. The OMI tokens will be GO20 standard whereas the digital collectibles are GO721 (NFTs). When a purchase of a collectible is made, the OMI tokens will be exchanged for the NFT. The NFT will be sent to the users Ecomi Collect app and become rightfully theirs, whilst the OMI tokens used for the purchase are discarded to a locked address.

Use of funds:

  • Licensing Acquisition -55%
  • Product Development -22.5%
  • Marketing Expenses-15%
  • Business Operation -5%
  • Legal Expenses -2.5%

Token allocation:

  • ICO (Private & Public Sale) 20% | 150,000,000,000 OMI
  • In App Purchases 40% | 300,000,000,000 OMI
  • Business Development 20% | 150,000,000,000 OMI
  • Team, Advisors, Board Members 20% | 150,000,000,000 OMI (ECOMI Team / Board / Advisors 12 month cliff, ECOMI Founders 24 month cliff, then vested at 25% quarterly)

1 token is equal to 1 satoshi and is only planned to be listed as BTC pairing on exchanges to minimise any potential downside to the token price.

Team

Below is a breakdown of the key team members.

David Yu (Co-Founder & CEO)

  • Founder – Games R Us
  • Founder – Retail Management Group
  • Trustee – Touchable Earth Foundation
  • 2016 Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award – Australia New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Taipei
  • 21 Years Experience in Collectibles and Branding

Alfred Kahn (Head of Global Licensing)

  • Chairman & CEO of CraneKahn LLC
  • Chairman of the Board of Toon Goggles Inc.
  • Chairman & CEO of 4Kids Entertainment Licensing
  • Responsible for the biggest hits in licensing such as Pokemon, Cabbage Patch Kids, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Yu-Gi-Oh!
  • Credited for the marketing of brands such as Nintendo, Mario Bros, Donkey Kong, Zelda, James Bond, WWF, WFW, and Xbox to name a few.

MB Technology

  • Co-Founder of the Interoperability Alliance
  • Benn has lead ICO strategy for projects such as Wanchain, Quarkchain, Aion, Icon, GoChain, Origo, Fantom and many more. Benn has brought multiple top-tier projects to the cryptocurrency market and is definitely considered an industry leading advisor.

Daniel Crothers (Co-Founder & COO)

  • Co-Founder ABC Stars
  • Co-Founder Digitalus
  • Co-Founder HERB

Joseph Janik (Co-Founder & CIO)

  • Co-Founder of Movement Food
  • Territory Business Manager of TechnoGym
  • Account Executive of Rivkin

Verdict

The virtual goods market is currently at $80 Billion USD and expected to grow to $100 Billion USD within the next three years. The collectibles industry already generates $200 Billion USD annually, and ECOMI has strategic plans to capitalize on this growing trend in both markets. With this team’s credibility, ECOMI can easily become a major player in this field from their launch.

Risks

  • Only 20% of tokens are available during the ico sale which is considered to be on the low side. However, ico’s with similar token metrics, such as QuarkChain, have performed quite well. -1.5
  • Although they may not have team members as well known as the ECOMI team, there are competitors that have the advantage of already being in the space. -1

Growth Potential

  • Compared to other ICOs with all-star teams, the hard cap is rather low which allows for greater opportunity for growth among initial investors. +1.5
  • The team brings years of expertise and experience in the necessary areas for ECOMI to succeed in what they’ve set out to achieve and is definitely the star of this ico with major credibility and recognition. +3
  • Strategic partnerships are key to helping ico’s succeed. ECOMI has partnered with CraneKahn® which is an international PR and licensing company powered by the visionary Alfred Kahn. Alfred brought to the world iconic brands, licensing programs and caused the viral adoption of major brands such as Pokémon/Pokémon Go, Cabbage Patch Kids, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Super Mario Brothers and many more, earning him membership in the Licensing Hall of Fame and KidscreenHall of Fame. ECOMI has also signed, or is at the final deal memo stage or MOU, with many top global brands. +3
  • Real world application is instrumental for the success of any blockchain project. An instore retail program will be introduced to support consumers with retail products being distributed throughout 4,000+ retail channels established through existing relationships. +2

Disposition

With ico’s on the decline and recently shown in a negative light in the media, ECOMI could be exactly what investors are looking for: a project with a stellar and highly respected team, an achievable roadmap, and entering the virtual goods market which is estimated to reach $100B over the next five years. ECOMI receives a 7 out 10 rating.

Investment Details

1 token is equal to 1 satoshi and is only planned to be listed as BTC pairing on exchanges to minimise any potential downside to the token price.

  • Symbol: OMI
  • Token Type: GO20/721
  • Total Circulating Supply: 750,000,000,000 OMI
  • Tokens Available for Sale: 450,000,000,000 OMI
  • Price: 0.00000001 BTC (1 Satoshi)
  • Hardcap: 1,500 BTC
  • Accepted Currencies: BTC

Learn More:
Website:  ECOMI.com
Pitch Deck:  ECOMI Pitch Deck
Telegram:  t.me/ecomi
Medium:  medium.com/ecomi
Twitter:  twitter.com/ecomi_
Facebook:  twitter.com/ecomi_
YouTube:  www.facebook.com/ecomi.ecosystem

Disclosure: Analyst does not own ECOMI tokens. 

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Although it has the highest market cap and is the most popular cryptocurrency, Bitcoin is able to proceed on average only seven transactions per second. This means that when twenty people try to send their BTC at the same time, more than ten of these people have to wait until their transaction is confirmed and for the receiver to get their BTC.

It is the same with Ethereum as well, due to its average fifteen transactions per second. Cryptocurrencies face a problem of scalability and if they are to reach the holy grail of main-stream adoption at some point in the future, this issue must be solved.

But that is not all. When there is a network congestion and you need to send your tokens immediately, you might have to pay high transaction fees as well. Consider the following scenario: You are at a coffee shop, getting your morning coffee. They accept cryptocurrencies and you want to pay with your ETH. Unfortunately, there is a network congestion so that in order to pay ETH worth of $3 immediately, you have to pay a transaction fee in ETH worth of $5.

Dispatch is a project proposing solutions to these issues. Its protocol enables fast, scalable, secure DApps without any transaction fees. It handles governance on-chain and data off-chain, making high transaction throughput a possibility as the network works more efficiently this way. Although Ethereum is deemed to be the main platform for DApps, the protocol is backward compatible, meaning that almost every decentralized application built on Ethereum can be moved to and work on Dispatch.

Three key components of the Dispatch Protocol are as follows.

  • The Dispatch Ledger: Just like with Bitcoin and Ethereum, the Dispatch Ledger keeps the record of transactions.
  • The Dispatch Artifact Network: A network of data farmer holds data that cannot fit in the ledger.
  • The Dispatch Virtual Machine: DVM connects these two main components.

Dispatch’s own Delegated Asynchronous Proof-of-Stake (DAPoS) consensus algorithm enables a fast and eco-friendly environment for decentralized applications by incentivizing collaboration among validators, instead of competition as in other blockchain projects. It’s main difference from its competitors is its dependence on individual transactions’ gossips rather than the sequential distribution of blocks.

Token

The Dispatch token will be used to conduct transactions, for community building and as a bridge to other components of the Dispatch ecosystem.

The total supply of DAN is 25,000,000,000 tokens. 42% of the total supply will be allocated for the token sale. No other information on the token distribution and how the team is planning to use the token sale proceeds are made public yet.

Team

CEO Matt McGraw: McGraw was the vice president of culture, client and staff experience at Synoptek and the manager of consulting services at All Covered.

Patrik Wijkstrom: Wijkstrom has worked as the director of advisory services at PwC, as the senior manager of user experience at Juniper Networks and as the content and attribution tools manager at Nortel Networks.

Zachary Fallon: Fallon worked as senior counsel for eight years at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and as an associate for about 3 years at Latham & Watkins.

Darin Kotalik: Kotalik was a marketing operation strategist at Cisco and a senior product manager at Adobe Systems.

Colin Lowenberg: Lowenberg has worked as a solution architect at Cisco Meraki, as a chief wireless architect at Accenture and as a wireless field applications engineer at Broadcom.

Denis Molchanenko: Molchanenko was a lead automation engineer at Hitachi Data Systems, a performance engineer at IBM and at Charles Schwab.

Dmitri Molchanenko: Molchanenko has worked as an automation engineer at Intuit and as a staff QA engineer at VMware.

Advisors

Nicole DeMeo: DeMeo has provided her marketing consultancy services to Babbel, Peak Games, Trendyol, Hewlett-Packard and Organic.

Gil Penchina: Penchina has held respectable positions at eBay, Bain & Company and General Electric.

Tim Siwula: Siwula was a software engineer at ConsenSys.

Andrew Segal: Segal is an assistant professor of computer science at the University of San Francisco.

Paul Lambert: Lambert has worked at Marvell Semiconductor, Oracle and Motorola.

Jordan Burton: Burton was a case team leader at Bain & Company and the director of business development at EzGov.

Investors

Fenbushi Digital: Fenbushi Digital is an Asian leading firm investing in and promoting blockchain projects.

Verdict

Below is a breakdown of the risks and growth potential of Dispatch Labs.

Risks

  • The main problem which transaction fee-free blockchain projects usually face is that either the network is highly centralized or successful attacks on the network are not costly. It is not clear that how the Dispatch Protocol can operate without facing these two issues. (-1)
  • Very limited information on token metrics and token distribution is made public so far. (-1)

Growth Potential

  • Great team and advisors. (+2)
  • The token sale will be conducted after the main-net is launched, which is something we do not see very often. The team seems to do things right and this should provide trust in the project for the ICO investor. (+4)

Disposition

Top cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum are known to have problems of scalability and occasional high transaction fees. Although most decentralized applications are built on Ethereum, the low transaction throughput makes it inconvenient to use them as well. Dispatch provides a fast, secure and transaction fee-free network to solve these issues. By dealing with governance on the chain and data off the chain, it is able to provide high transaction speed and its own consensus protocol Delegated Asynchronous Proof-of-Stake provides an eco-friendly mining solution by incentivizing collaboration instead of competition among validators. Thanks to its backward compatibility with Ethereum, any decentralized application working on Ethereum can work on Dispatch as well. There is very limited information on token metrics and token distribution as of the time of writing and this makes it hard to evaluate the project’s financials and estimate any potential return on investment.

The usual problem that blockchain projects without transaction fees are that either they are highly centralized, or they do not have strong defense mechanisms to evade attacks. It is not clear that how the Dispatch Protocol can operate without facing these two issues. On the bright side, the project has a great team and is backed by an all-star advisory board. The token sale is planned to be conducted after the main-net is launched and this is something we rarely see nowadays.

Dispatch Protocol receives a 4/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: DIS
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: Unspecified
  • Minimum Investment: Unspecified
  • Price: $0.005
  • Hard Cap: $39,500,000
  • Restricted from Participating: Unspecified

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