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VALID is a two-part blockchain ecosystem for you to use to manage and authenticate your digital and potentially sell your personal data. The project is part of Procivis, a digital identity platform that’s been working with governments to create eIDs for their citizens.

VALID Wallet

According to the whitepaper, the VALID wallet is a mobile platform for you to use to manage your digital identity. The data associated with your identity is 100% in your control. No one can access it without your explicit permission. Even the VALID team is unable to access your most sensitive data as it’s stored locally on your mobile device and protected through multiple factors of authentication.

Through the wallet, you also set which data is sent to and available on the VALID Marketplace. This personal information can range from simple data like your height to more information that’s generally more private such as financials and medical records.

VALID Marketplace

The VALID Marketplace utilizes smart contracts to organize the sales of personal data to digital marketers. Rest assured, though, these purchasers receive the data without any identifying information tied to it leaving you anonymous. In return, you receive VALID tokens as payment.

VALID Foundation

VALID is a peer-to-peer, non-profit platform, so the team isn’t charging fees to access the platform. Additionally, the team is distributing any revenue from blockchain transaction fees back to the users in the form of VALID tokens.

Token

VALID tokens (VLDs) are the currency of the VALID Marketplace. VLDs are currently ERC20 tokens, but the team is blockchain agnostic and will switch if a better solution surfaces.

Team

Daniel Gasteiger and Yves-Alain Petitjean are the CEO and CFO of Procivis, therefore, they hold the same roles at VALID. Gasteiger is a co-founder of nexussquared, Switzerland’s first dedicated blockchain business and startup platform as well as a member of the Global Blockchain Business Council board of directors. Petitjean has numerous years of financial experience at reputable institutions such as UBS and Banco Santander.

The team has an extensive advisory board with members holding impressive positions including:

  • Lucas Betschart, President of Bitcoin Association Switzerland
  • Thomas Bocek, Head of P2P and Distributed Computing at UZH
  • Eva Kaili, Member of European Parliament
  • Monique Morrow, Co-founder of Humanized Internet and former Cisco CTO
  • Whatever gaps the management team may have, the advisors more than makeup for them.

The team has been working with several Swiss government entities on Procivis’s eID+ platform, and it can be expected that they’ll utilize these relationships for VALID as well.

Tokens and Distribution

The VALID ICO pre-sale already occurred and sold out within 24 hours raising $7 million. The crowdsale begins on February 24th lasting either 3 weeks or until contributions reach the $25 million hard cap.

During the crowdsale, you’ll be able to purchase 1 VLD for $0.065 USD payable in either Ethereum, Bitcoin, or USD (via credit card). The team is selling the first 20 million VLDs at a 25% discount. Beyond that, qualified purchasers will get a 20% discount if they purchase their tokens during the first 24 hours of the sale. The following week, the tokens will be sold at a 15% discount, and the week after that, a 10% discount.

The 100 million tokens will be distributed in the following way:

  • 50% – ICO contributors
  • 30% – Growth fund to reward platform early adopters
  • 9% – Employee incentivization
  • 9% – Foundation fund to ensure long-term funding and price stabilization
  • 2% – Compensate advisors and partners

The team will use the proceeds from the token sale primarily for salaries and product development (57%). The remaining funds will be spent on marketing, operational costs, and unforeseen expenses.

Verdict

VALID is a non-profit working to give you control over your digital identity. The platform includes a wallet for you to manage your identity and personal data as well as a marketplace where you can sell your information and activity to digital marketers.

The team is filled with blockchain experts and has already formed partnerships with the Swiss government. Although VALID is yet available, it’s a piece of the already established product, Procivis.

Risks

  • Unclear revenue model. As a non-profit, VALID is not motivated to make a significant amount of money or increase the token value. In fact, part of the token allocations is slotted to keep prices under control. (-4)
  • Empty Github. The Github repository has barely any commits with the last bit of activity almost two weeks ago. The project should have more active development. (-2)
  • No product yet. Any project without a working product and users is inherently risky. (-2)

Growth Potential

  • Strong team. The team is 24 members and advisors strong with expertise in a range of relevant fields. (+5)
  • Sold out pre-sale. Selling out the pre-sale is a solid sign that there are others that stand by the vision of the project and believe in the team. (+4)
  • Government partnerships. If the VALID team can capitalize on their government partnerships and provide digital identity solutions to citizens, the implication could be huge. (+6)

Disposition

VALID receives an average score of 7 out of 10. Even though the idea seems valuable, as a non-profit, it doesn’t look as if the team is motivated to increase the value of the token. The partnerships with the Swiss government entities are important, but the project is first focusing on personal data sales to digital marketers, not government digital identities.

Investment Details

  • Type: Utility
  • Crowdsale: Feb. 24, 2018
  • Symbol: VLD
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Hard Cap: $25 million U.S.
  • Payments Accepted: ETH, BTC, USD
  • Jurisdictions Barred from Participating: United States

The VLD crowdsale begins on February 24th. You can sign up and find more information on it here.

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    February 13, 2018 at 8:31 pm

    20% of tokens remain in the hands of the foundation and it’s employees. Seems enough motivation for the team to increase token value. 😉 Anyway, glad I got in during presale.

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Zeex is offering users the ability to exclusively use crypto when shopping at various outlets. Users will be able to directly purchase whatever items thy want from their brands of choice without having to convert their crypto into fiat.

The following video shows Zeex in action outside of the Consensus conference at a Starbucks, where the CMO Apan Amos Damri uses their beta version to buy a cup of coffee using Ethereum. The transaction was successful, but the verdict is still out on whether they were able to spell his name correctly on the cup.

The ZIX token is what the whitepaper calls a “core element” of the solution, which does three things. It covers a user’s transactional risk until the trade is complete, it determines who can exercise what kinds of transactions when based on advertised discount rates and supplies, and it’s also a login method to use the Zeex platform.

To the surprise of probably very few people reading this, Zeex is a spinoff sister company of a European marketplace for buying and selling gift cards called Zeek Group. For Zeex, the road is already paved in terms of getting access to close relationships with name-brand retailers and a multi-million dollar inventory of gift cards.

Zeek has been able to raise venture capital from firms such as Blumberg Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, Scale Up Venture Capital and more.

The Zeex business model hinges on a few potential incomes streams:

  • Providing working capital to gift card suppliers, easing the transition for many businesses hesitant to get into the crypto field.
  • Financial services to support suppliers financially.
  • Marketing services to help suppliers speak the lingo of the cryptocurrency world. The whitepaper states that “Zeex has already mastered these industry-specific marketing channels and has been engaged in community building for a significant period, its in-house marketing team is already equipped to help suppliers build their own communities and maximize their value per transaction.”
  • Platform adoption and market penetration to help suppliers integrate crypto into their business makeup
  • Operations support to help suppliers and users better understand and utilize the platform.
  • Provide business intelligence data to retailers on cryptocurrency users.

Token

 

Risks

  • Not an entirely frictionless experience: This isn’t a problem unique to just Zeex, but is present throughout most digital payment solutions. Unless you can tap your phone on a receiver like Apple Pay, you’ll be behind the most “frictionless” payment system out there. However, this is miles ahead of crypto transactions. -1
  • Not really sold on the need for an ICO (for the investor’s sake): Although the Zeex platform sounds pretty useful, investor upside seems fairly limited (but then again, who can accurately predict investor upside in this space circa 2017/2018.  -2

Growth Potential

  • It works! Few projects raising money via ICO can boast a working beta, and Zeex already does and has a use case that many cryptocurrency users would likely want. +2
  • Yay user adoption! One of the largest detractors of the transactional user of cryptocurrencies is that it’s incredibly complicated and tedious. If you have 8+ steps before you can pay for a coffee, chances are you’re going to opt for that .25 second swipe of a Visa in your pocket. +2
  • Finally, a use for gift cards. When’s the last time you got a gift card that wasn’t from Amazon that you actually fully used? Too many people have gift cards just sitting around either untouched or with a fractional amount on them. There is a whole secondary market for discounted gift cards, and there’s a huge value in using these gift cards in a business model such as Zeex’s. The team essentially has a pool of gift cards going for a discounted price (usually around the 5 to 15% range), and are able to provide a solution to a community in dire need of one. +1
  • Zeek partnership. Having a sister company that already has the relationships with retailers necessary puts Zeex way ahead of the game. It’s not your typical run of the mill ICO that aims to build everything from ground zero for a lack of strategic partnerships, but more so a use case to be implemented with an already successful company. +3
  • Limited downside: Zeex claims that it will safeguard token value by using proceeds of the often sale to guarantee the supply of gift cards at the highest possible discount from a wide range of brands. If this means what I think it means, that worst case scenario you can use Zeex tickets to exchange them for gift cards at any time, and if there isn’t a stark depreciation of purchasing power for Zeex tokens, this is a cool perk few other ICOs can offer. However, if I’m wrong, write this point off as whitepaper tomfoolery. +2

Unknown

  1. This sounds like either a huge tax headache or a huge tax advantage. If the current American tax law stands that the exchange of crypto for fiat (or gift card) constitutes a taxable event, the Zeex team would have to figure out a way to help users report their taxes on these events. If this is the case, a -2 would be added to my score. However, if there is some international gift card loophole where users can trade any crypto for gift cards and there not be a taxable event, that would be huge for the team (although unlikely, because Uncle Sam is gonna get what he thinks is his). If this is the case, a +5 added to my score.

Disposition

We arrive at a +7/10 for Zeex. It’s got a cool use case, already works (in beta), and a relatively strong partnership in place. If the appreciation of the token’s value is correlated with the success of the app, investors would likely be pretty happy. However, if it’s just another token limited to its own ecosystem, I don’t see much use in investing into it unless you plan on using the Zeex app.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: ZIX
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: TBA
  • Minimum Investment: 0.1 ETH
  • Price:1 ETH = 5,000 ZIX
  • Hard Cap: $50 million U.S.
  • Payments Accepted: ETH
  • Barred from Participating: Israel, U.S., China, Lebanon, Iran.

Sign up for the Zeex email list to find the news for the public crowdsale on the Zeex website and check out their whitepaper.

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No one can deny that blockchain technology is revolutionizing many industries across the globe. However, blockchain still has shortcomings such as slow transaction times, scalability issues and high environmental cost. Transaction times can take up to several hours versus traditional payments like credit cards or bank cards only take mere seconds. For mass adoption to take place, there has to be faster transaction times along with the ability to scale and maintain these times. And there are those who are concerned with the effects on the environment from all of the mining globally. The founders of Tolar HashNet decided to create solutions to solve these issues while maintaining all of the advantages of blockchain technology.

Tolar was inspired by hashgraph methodology and designed a new and efficient asynchronous distributed consensus protocol on a directed acyclic network structure. Tolar HashNet uses redundancy reduced gossip and virtual voting protocols that provide a fast, fair, and Byzantine fault tolerant consensus algorithm. HashNet belongs to a class of gossip-based protocols instead of structured-based group communication algorithms giving it advantages such as being able to handle larger group sizes, high user churns, sporadic sources, etc.

Tolar HashNet is fast, secure and scalable – solving the major shortcomings while keeping all of the positive characteristics of blockchain technology, and has an open-sourced cryptocurrency called Tolar. HashNet has increased throughput to more than 200,000 transactions per second and has a working demo with 150,000 tps on multiple nodes. HashNet uses Proof of Stake with masternodes eliminating the need for mining which greatly reduces energy consumption making it more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly. The founder’s vision is to be the global leader in Distributed Ledger Technology and become the preferred choice of individuals, companies, and governments worldwide.

Token

The Tolar (TOL) token is an open source, community-governed cryptocurrency. It will initially be deployed as an ERC20 token that will later be converted to mainnet tokens when the mainnet is released. The price of TOL is 1 ETH = 5,442.59 TOL for the public ICO. A total of 1 billion tokens will be generated with a hard cap of 57,000 ETH.

Token Allocation:

  • 35%  Token Sales
  • 32%  Tolar Development Fund
  • 8%   Proof of Stake Network Start Nodes
  • 20%  Founders
  • 2.5% Developers
  • 2.5% Advisors

There is no lock on main tokens, but a THREE-month lockup for bonus tokens and a 24-month lockup for team tokens. The max bonus was 20%.

Team

The founders have 30 years of business experience and are definitely not new to the blockchain technology space having developed the world’s first Blockchain MBA Program and Certified Blockchain Developer Program at COTRUGLI Business School, a leading business school in SE Europe. Twenty-four team members and 13 advisors are listed on their website including:

Drazen Kapusta – Principal/Founder at Tolar

  • 30 years of business experience as well as a major blockchain startup investor
  • Principal of COTRUGLI Business School
  • President of Blockchain Adria, the largest blockchain conference and association in the Adria region
  • Member of Enterprise Ethereum Alliance
  • President of the COTRUGLI Fund – organizes and leads major humanitarian projects
  • Founder of the COTRUGLI Business Museum

Zoran Dordevic – CEO at Tolar

  • Managing partner at COTRUGLI Business School

Josip Maricevic – Co-Founder and CTO at Tolar

  • Previous Blockchain core developer for Blocknet
  • Previous iOS Developer for Qnective AG

Terence Tse, Ph.D. – Foundation Member at Tolar

  • Associate Professor of Finance at ESCP Europe Business School
  • AI Company Founder & Entrepreneur
  • Keynote Speaker
  • Author

Lester Lim – Advisor

  • ICO Marketing & Token Strategy Advisor for Cardstack, HybridBlock, Dock.io, Ink Protocol, CoinFi and Banca

Verdict

Tolar HashNet is positioning itself to compete with the likes of Etherium and Neo as a platform for building ICOs and Hyperledger to offer superior DLT solutions for governments, towns, local communities and enterprises. With several VC investors on board and multiple crypto influencers recently promoting/reviewing Tolar, this ICO is definitely worth looking into.

Risks

  • Competition is fierce in this space with major players such as Ethereum, Neo, Icon, etc. -1.5
  • Partnerships will be crucial to the success of the project and none have been announced as of yet. -1

Growth Potential

  • While some ICO investors look to flip their investment immediately and move on the to next one, Tolar’s proof of stake with masternodes is attractive to long-term investors. +2
  • The Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) will be deployed on top of the network which will make for a fast and secure decentralized applications platform. +2.25
  • An ICO with an MVP is certainly more desirable than an ICO with nothing but a website and an idea. The Tolar Prototype reached 150,000 TPS on multiple nodes. You can view the video here+2.75
  • Tolar won Ian Balina’s ICO pitch competition during his Crypto World Tour in Budapest. This will obviously create hype and draw more attention to the project which typically translates to positive outcomes in the current ico market. Many Tolar ICO reviews have also been recently published. +3

Disposition

With a fairly large team, all-star advisors, an MVP, available masternodes, and a growing social media presence, Tolar is another blockchain project that has an excellent chance of doing well this year. Tolar receives a 7.5 out of 10 rating.

Investment Details

  • Symbol: TOL
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Hard Cap: 57,000 ETH
  • Total Supply: 1,000,000,000 TOL
  • Private Sale Price: 1 ETH = 6,531.08 TOL
  • Pre-sale Price: 1 ETH = 5,986.84 TOL (minimum 10 ETH)
  • Public ICO Price: 1 ETH = 5,442.59 TOL
  • Public Sale: Scheduled for August
  • Jurisdictions barred from participation: USA, China

For more information regarding Tolar:

Website: https://www.tolar.io/
Telegram: https://t.me/TolarHashNET
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TolarHashNET
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarHashNET/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL8ksEpe6um71pcdPi6wpXQ
Medium: https://medium.com/@TolarHashNET

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ICO Analysis: SpringRole

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SpringRole is a blockchain-powered professional profile attestation and verification platform.

In other words, you can think of it as Linkedin on the blockchain.

Currently, there are a lot of problems with people making things up on their resume. According to the SpringRole whitepaper, approximately 53% of resumes contain some degree of inaccuracy.

This leads to a lot of inefficiency in verifying someone’s professional background with things like reference checks and attestations (e.g. a university attesting that someone’s educational credentials are legitimate) often being expensive and slow.

SpringRole, therefore, aims to leverage blockchain technology in order to provide a platform where people can view, share, and acquire attestations related to education, work experience, and skills.

Once information about an individual is verified, it will be written to the blockchain, making verified information publicly viewable and unchangeable. This means that once claims about one’s resume are verified, they no longer have to be re-verified in the future, saving people time and money.

There are several types of attestors on the SpringRole platform:

  1. Individuals – individuals can attest to the skills of other individuals (e.g. good at Python, public speaking). Select individuals, such as professors, can attest to things like students’ projects
  2. Companies – companies attest to employees’ work experience and other information related to their job tenure, such as title
  3. Universities – universities attest to individuals’ educational backgrounds like whether someone actually studied at the university and what degree(s) he or she obtained. Other relevant information like specific courses can be attested to
  4. Course Providers – Course providers like MOOC platforms (Coursera, etc.) can attest that someone has completed a course on their platform
  5. Examination Providers – Examination providers like College Board (SAT) and Educational Testing Services (GRE) can attest to individuals’ results on their exams

Token

The Spring network will be powered by the SPRING token.

SPRING can be obtained in the following ways:

  1. Referring others to the platform (referred individual needs to complete their profile and receive a certain number of endorsements)
  2. Refer a company (the company needs to complete a transaction)
  3. Get rewarded for endorsing or validating someone (e.g. attesting to someone’s skill in something, a university attesting someone’s degree, a company attesting someone’s work experience)
  4. Completing your profile and receiving attestations – a fraction of the token(s) goes to the attestor based on their reputation on the platform
  5. Mediate a freelancing project

SPRING can be used for endorsing or attesting to someone’s skill(s) as well as getting access to attested resumes.

There will be a total of 10 billion SPRING tokens and the token distribution will be as follows.

  • 25.5% token sale
  • 30% market development
  • 25% team and founders
  • 10% contributors and advisors
  • 9.5% foundation

Market development tokens vested over 4 years (20% on launch, 20% after 1 year, and the rest every month for 3 years).

Team and founder tokens are vested over 4 years (20% on launch, 20% after 1 year, 60% vested every month for 3 years).

Advisor tokens are vested over 2 years (50% on launch, 50% distributed every month for 2 years).

Foundation tokens are locked for 2 years.

The public presale is ongoing and has a minimum contribution of 2 ETH, maximum contribution of 500 ETH, and bonus of 40%. Price is 1 SPRING = .00002 ETH.

Public sale is TBA.

Of the token sale proceeds, 40% will go towards market development, 45% towards adoption (developer ecosystem, incubator fund, PR and partnerships), 5% towards administration, 5% towards legal expenses, and 5% towards miscellaneous.

Team

Founder and CEO Kartik Mandaville was CTO and Special Technical Advisor for Science Inc., a startup studio known for being an early investor in startups like Dollar Shave Club (acquired by Unilever for $1B) and HelloSociety (acquired by The New York Times). He was also a Technical Advisor for Science Blockchain, Science’s blockchain startup incubator. He also served as CTO of LetMeKnow.com, an online portal for Indian college students seeking internships, scholarships, and more.

Vice President of Business Development and Strategy David Lewis is an online business veteran. He started as a product manager for Software Technologies Corp, which was acquired by Sun Microsystems for nearly $400 million. He was the Director of Business Development for Overture Services, the first paid search engine that later ended up being sold to Yahoo for $1.6 billion. He was the Founder and CEO of 77Blue, which owned coupon and cash back websites AnyCoupons and Cashbaq. 77Blue was acquired by Ebates, which was later acquired by Rakuten for $1 billion. Lewis also served as Director of Business Development for Shopzilla, which at its peak was a $200 million+ revenue comparison shopping site. Having such an experienced business development expert will be of great help to SpringRole.

Advisors

Advisors include the following:

  • Mike Jones – Mike Jones is CEO of Science, Inc. and has tons of experience not just as CEO of Science Inc. but as Senior Vice President at AOL, CEO at Myspace, and investor in companies like Goodreads among others.
  • Toni Lane – Toni Lane is a known name in the blockchain space and among other accomplishments, is the Co-Founder of CoinTelegraph, which also runs properties like Coinmarketcap, and was advisor to companies like Tether and Mycelium.

Verdict

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

Risks

  • No information on presale lockups or vesting – combined with relatively large contribution limits, a bit worrisome. (-0.5)
  • In terms of platform growth, who would pay to endorse someone’s skills or validate one’s credentials? Perhaps this would be of great use to employers and HR departments but adoption looks like it would be tough for regular users. Though it looks like a large portion of SpringRole funds is going towards adoption and market development. (-0.5)
  • Granted it’s still presale, but hype is a bit weak. (-0.5)

Growth Potential

  • Has a beta, which is promising from an implementation perspective. (+3.5)
  • Good team and advisors. (+3.5)

Disposition

Though SpringRole has a relatively strong team and advisory board as well as a beta, lack of current hype and questions about the platform’s long-term viability don’t make it a clear winner for now. However, it could be something to keep an eye on if interest starts to grow. SpringRole receives a 5.5/10.

Investment Details

  • Type: ERC20 – Utility
  • Symbol: SPRING
  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Crowdsale: Presale ongoing, public sale TBA
  • Minimum Investment: 2 ETH (presale – public sale TBA)
  • Price:1 SPRING = .00002 ETH
  • Hard Cap: $12m
  • Payments Accepted: ETH
  • Restricted from Participating: USA/Canada (only accredited investors), Belarus, Central African Republic, China, Congo, Crimea (Ukraine), Cuba, Iran, Lebanon, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, South Korea, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe, Balkans (Serbia, Albania, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Moldova, Croatia, Macedonia, Kosovo)

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