3500 Dev hours
2 $ billion by 2020
10 $ trillion by 2027
Projects are assessed by experts on a decentralized curation market called dexpert.io. Buyer's Fund Tokens give weight to their "Likes" of expert assessments. These affect expert's reputation scores and rewards.
Service providers (from KYC platforms, conference promotions, to listing exchanges and everything in between) gain access to qualified leads and are rated on-chain by projects. This creates a meritocracy.
Project's exchange contracts are deployed with liquidity as part of the token offering process. Unsold tokens capitalise the Token Fund smart contract which mints Fund tokens in favour of token buyers giving them a stake in the Fund and liquidity.
End-to-end blockchain ecosystem build on Ethereum
Experts are uniquely incentivised to
deliver powerful project assessments
for those considering buying tokens
A project health score is generated based
on the aggregate success rate of participating
buyer's historical purchases
Once whitelisted always whitelisted
Your Ethereum address is the only access
credential you will ever need
TOKEN Fund mints liquidity tokens for buyers
based on the unsold token quantity and the
volume of tokens they purchased
No more waiting and uncertainty about
exchange listings. A new exchange is
Experts onchain reputations are displayed
alongside their assessments adding
to buyer confidence
Services are paid directly from the token offering
smart contract and scored by projects onchain.
This creates a meritocracy for service providers.
All project details are submitted once onchain,
and many are part of the actual token
offering smart contract deployed in order to
list on TOKEN.
Dexperts flag dodgy or scam projects and,
as a result, their token offering smart
contract never becomes unpaused.
Conflicts of interest are rife where projects pay for
"ratings". Scandals have erupted where "advisers"
who took bribes were exposed.
Most people in the world don’t have access
to the best information to inform their investments,
and face barriers accessing deals within a system
that favours the few.
Whitelisted Ethereum addresses are able to buy tokens.
A score is generated for each project based on the success
rate of participating buyer’s previous buys. This is possible
because we know the current performance of the tokens
they bought previously.
Like UniSwap, our exchange allows swap, send, pool and create
exchange functions. Unlike UniSwap, however, our exchange
supports a growing project funding community who became
whitelisted during the first token sale they participated in. This
creates the potential for ICO and STO ubiquity and
Unsold tokens from offerings are sent to this fund. ITO is
an ERC20 liquidity token that is minted in favour of token
sale participants at the end of each sale. Proposals are made
to exchange ITO with assets in the TOKEN Fund and ITO
holders vote on these proposals.
Finally, we can see tokenised fundraising where people with brilliant ideas will not need centralized companies, but can still raise untold sums in minutes from regular people making modest contributions from every corner of the earth.
I do not see how it can be in the retail public’s interest to be encouraged to invest equity in startups with a 90% failure rate and probably at least 5 years to exit, yet a token that can be used in a project way faster than 5 years or traded on a secondary exchange can be the devil. It’s nonsense.
It was impossible for me not to support it as there is no other alternative in this niche. We need to have our community back as it is now filled with hype eaters. The true and core community need to do something about all that. And what could be better than to use our beloved technology for it?
We are seeing heightened business risk for investments in the ICO and STO space. The external validation by the experts on the TOKEN platform mitigates those risks. It also promotes best-practice in ICOs.