The sharing economy. Talk of Uber, Airbnb, Lyft, and all sorts of emerging platforms enabling individuals across the globe to share and earn or save money.

For what it is, it has been dubbed as the gig economy. Others call it the collaborative economy. Yet others, the peer economy. Thing is. It doesn’t matter what you call it. What’s important is what it is.


Statistics estimate that the burgeoning industry is worth over $100 billion and could expand to over $325 billion by 2025. That’s roughly a 2.5X rise at current valuation. The industry continues to shape processes and more people are attracted to its efficiency and cost savings.

Shared platforms are the wire frameworks where people can readily exchange tangible and intangible resources at scale consequently reducing transactional friction.

The emergence of such platforms on blockchain, for instance, minimized and sometimes completely looped out the costly middleman.

Users can generate value from idle resources. Concurrently, clients can save money while avoiding huge capex. From shared offices, to cars, and to houses, the trend is about to change as blockchain creates more opportunities.

What is ShareRing?

By utilizing the power of distribution, ShareRing has its focus on the multi-billion sharing economy and have specific plans to disrupt the heavily fragmented travel industry. For good reasons.

The travel industry is a jackpot but is currently full of friction.

In 2017 alone, the Travel and Tourism industry in the US contributed over $1.6 trillion to its economy, supporting over 7.8 million jobs. US tourists and travelers represented almost 32% of all Service exports.

ShareRing says it is taking the hassle out of travel by streamlining processes and fusing a highly fragment market. Every booking and verification are done from one app using one login.

This way, there will be no more juggling of passports, travel documents or even bank documents.

By using:

  • One login all travel credentials are available from one place.
  • One app all the travel needs will be in one place. At the end of the day, ShareRing hopes to be the “Amazon” of travel marketplaces.
  • One payment clients’ funds are secure and cheap, all payments are billed from one location
  • One ID gives more control and clients can choose where they want to store them. IDs are not stored in the ShareRing ecosystem.

They are launching a blockchain marketplace specifically designed for the over $100 billion gig economy. A user can anytime use this platform and launch the next Uber or Airbnb while enjoying efficiency, security, and one payment mode with no extra FX charges.

Their growth will stem from the implementation of a two-sided marketing plan that will be business and customer facing.

What is ShareRing and ShareToken

Ultimately, ShareRing will provide universal access to the sharing economy by leveraging technology and launching tokens, SharePay (SHRP) and ShareToken (SHR).

SharePay is the base currency, a stable coin, which is used for paying to use third-party assets offered by issuers. Meanwhile, the ShareToken is a utility token within the ShareLedger blockchain built on Tendermint Core framework.

The ShareLedger blockchain also uses the Leased Proof-of-Stake consensus algorithm (LPoS). LPoS is a more secure improvement of Proof-of-Stake. This way, the ShareLedger blockchain is more scalable and comprise light nodes and full nodes—the backbone of the ShareLedger. Lightweight node operators can stake their SHR.

However, the main difference and a unique feature with LPoS is that there are no contracts specifying lock-down periods. By delegating their SHR to a full node of their choice with no restriction, they can participate in consensus.

Transaction fees will be paid in SHR and the amount will decrease over time depending on demand.

50% of collected fees will be distributed to masternodes while the other half to the creators of the platform, ShareRing limited to cater for operational costs and other capital requirements.


ShareRing Team
  1. Tim Bos is the CEO and the Founder and CTO at Keaz, Founder at ShareRing, speaker, mobility expert, sharing economy, blockchain and startup advisor. He has over 19 years’ experience working with start-ups and established enterprises with a focus on technology.
  2. Rohan LePage is the Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder. He is an experienced Business Manager and Director with a demonstrated history of working in the automotive industry and Crypto space. Skilled in Marketing Management, Project Management, Negotiation, Business Planning, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
  3. Peter David is the Co-founder and Non-Executive Director. Peter has a lifetime of experience in every aspect of growing global technology business. As CEO, COO or general manager, he has led several startups to generate total revenue of more than $300 million. In 2013 he founded Keaz with Tim Bos and currently serves as the company’s CEO.
  4. Neville Christie is the co-founder and Investment Director. His core function has been to drive exceptional people, disruptive technologies, start-ups, and mature businesses to become more innovative and impactful at scale, without sacrificing the authenticity of ‘soul’, or total well-being, of the businesses or the individuals leading them.

The project’s core development team includes: Trung, Tung, Trang, Manh, and Tan.


The team is advised by:

ShareRing Advisors
  1. Adrian McCullagh who has been a solicitor for 30 years having concentrated on IT law, and IT security law. He is presently advising on Blockchain technology and its legal impact and is currently working on 6 ICOs across multiple jurisdictions.
  2. Christopher Emms who is a serial entrepreneur with extensive experience working with Startups and Ventures.
  3. Jonathan Galea who has considerable experience in the blockchain sector ranges from a close study on the developing regulation in the area to hands-on experience in the technical and economic aspects of cryptocurrencies, one of the most widely-adopted uses of the blockchain so far. Jonathan’s LL.D.
  4. Anna Melton, a cryptocurrency evangelist and a highly experienced Marketing and Public Relations consultant with an extensive background in fast-paced and dynamic industries including Fintech and Gaming.

Others include: Richard Kastelein, Ting Y Chan, and Gary Palmer.


  • They have partnered with Dhipaya Insurance which is the largest non-life insurance company in Thailand. The Thai government owns majority of Dhipaya Insurance.
  • Also, the world’s first Blockchain based eVOA in place with major Thai company Gateway Services targeting 5 to 10 million travelers from 22 countries is already in place. These countries include China and Asia. With Mandatory Insurance this will generate around 40 million transactions per year from Thailand eVOA alone and around 10 million transactions from Insurance on the ShareLedger.
  • They have partnered with HomeAway. This way, 2.6 million international hotels and accommodations will be available straight from the platform.
  • ShareLedger have struck a deal with several multi-global car sharing firms.

Other major partners include:

  1. BYD (Largest Electric Car Maker in the World)
  2. DJI (Largest Drone Maker in the World)
  3. Keaz (300 locations around the world)
  4. Mobi
  5. Yogoo EV Car Sharing

There are also more partners to be announced with time.

Tokenomics and Token distribution

SHR token was issued as an ERC-20 token but swapping to BEP-2 tokens is possible. The team shifted to the Binance Chain because like ShareLedger, it is built on Tendermint core.

For clarification:

  • The BEP-2 SHR token is for trading
  • The SHR issued on the mainnet is for staking and consensus
  • SHRP, the currency, is a stable coin.

SHR can be converted to BEP-2 SHR token through atomic swapping

In total 3 billion SHR tokens were generated.

The hard cap was placed at $38 million

  • During the Pre-token sharing event, each token was sold for $0.01, a 50% discount. Then, the minimum contribution for pre-sale participants was $150,000. Purchased tokens were locked for three months.
  • In the main token sale event, each token was sold for $0.02, there was no discount.


  1. No SHRP was issued
  2. There was no minimum investment for the main sale, but KYC and Whitelisting applied
  3. US and Chinese investors were barred from participating.
ShareRing SHR Price

At the time of press, each token was trading at $0.00138758 with a 24-hour trading volume of $16,736.99.

ShareRing SHR Price Action

It’s all-time high was $0.01527456.

The token is traded on two exchanges: Binance DEX and BitMart

ShareRing Token Distribution

Token distribution is as follows:

  • 60% to investors
  • 24% to ShareRing
  • 5% to a Bounty Program
  • 10% to Advisors
  • 1% for Air Drops

Funds allocation is as follows:

  • 30% to mainnet development
  • 10% to auditors
  • 30% for setting up incubators and bonuses
  • 20% for marketing and promotions
  • 10% for contingency funds

Short-term Catalysts

  • The ShareRing Block Explorer is now live. The code for the explorer is open on GitHub.
  • There are more and more masternodes going online. According to Tim, the accrued income for the node holders is ready. This is a short-term boost and a perfect incentive.
  • The mainnet is live. Already, there are a couple of cars sharing systems running and some car rentals. The team is also pushing for a logging system for a transport company.
  • The ShareRing mobile application is live. Users can now create their OneID and ShareRing e-wallet. Also, users can book hotels and apply for an eVOA, plus insurance.
  • Over 20 partnerships will be unveiled with time.
  • Already listed at BitMart but support at Binance main exchange will be possible once there is sufficient liquidity.

Long-Term Catalysts

  1. A buyback, or a flow-back model exists and the team plans to use collected transaction fees to purchase SHR tokens and redistribute them back to stakers. Over time, this builds up more selling pressure while securing the network through staking.
  2. A modest share of the fast-growing share economy expected to grow to $325 billion in the next five years. ShareRing is fusing a highly fragmented market that is largely unexploited.
  3. Their masternode transaction fee model aid in promoting the platform. 50% of transaction fee collected is channeled to masternodes which is then shared depending on the number of tokens staked from lightweight nodes.
  4. ShareRing will allow users to pay for any service using fiat currency as well a variety of cryptocurrencies, including BTC, ETH, VET, NANO, MATIC, BNB and many more.
  5. Predicted revenue for 2020 is estimated at $15 million, growing exponentially as more POC get converted
  6. There is a buy-back program in place and that will stimulate demand for SHR in the long-term. Additionally, the no inflation model maintains a constant velocity for SHR tokens.
  7. ShareRing continues to build. At the moment, the team plans for an immutable review engine, a payment system with little or no FX charges, a booking engine, and an IoT engine for IoT tracking.

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For bag holders, 2018 was torrid. Events of last year slashed participation, shaking out speculators. Bad in that some projects folded, it was good because it tempered the burgeoning and volatile market. Weeding the market from speculators, analysts reckon, was a good thing for blockchain and the cryptocurrency market.

However, with the falling prices of 2018, dubbed the crypto winter, there was opportunity for true believers. Unmoved by swinging asset prices, the majority drum for complete crypto adoption and even the excising of fiat from the crypto ecosystem.

Indeed, adoption continues to be a paint point. Presently, the bursting of expectation in 2018 added perspective. The recovery of prices in H1 2019 is a ray of hope that in one way or another will be catalyze development towards the overarching goal. Promised, the journey of inverting the status quo will be long and rugged.  Of the many startups paving the road to this ideal world is DigitalBits.

What is DigitalBits?

Put simply, this project seeks to unlock value in the pockets of millions as per their official Twitter description. To achieve that, they are tokenizing pre-existing digital assets in consumer applications. Condensed, DigitalBits is a blockchain for brands. How is this? Well, they do this by integrating with consumer brands and in doing so, they effectively shorten the gap for blockchain’s adoption.

Evidence reveals that there is demand for immutability, decentralization, transparency and efficiency presented by blockchain. As such, to avail these benefits to the masses, DigitalBits is first tapping into the pre-existing market with vast user cases through mass marketing.

Thereafter, they would learn the market’s behavior before transforming the same by enhancing the functionality of certain asset classes. After all this is done and dusted, the last step would be to co-exist with the consumer apps that are in the “pockets of millions.”

Why DigitalBits

Clearly, DigitalBits goal is to break to the mainstream through existing brands. To that end, Digital Bits is an enterprise grade platform specifically built to support brand currencies.

The platform is a third generation protocol that forked off the Stellar. Driving for efficiency and effectiveness, the team is aware that blockchain, albeit its revolutionary characteristics would useless if there are no users.

As such, DigitalBits is complementing learned behaviors and patterns while concurrently being pro-users. DigitalBits strikes a sweet spot necessary to effect change by allowing in-app integration all this while minimizing the change to user’s learned behaviors.

Further, DigitalBits will serve as a primary use case for Metalyfe marketplace, introducing blockchain browsing and one-click pay thereby bringing back control to the end user. Additionally, by understanding and syncing with the recent trends of a cashless society, DigitalBits is exploring a Card-Based Payment Solutions cognizant of the advantages over traditional payment systems and those which end users will draw benefits from.

Other differentiating features include an inbuilt a multi-hop DEX-solving liquidity, portability and transferability of digital assets, a network trust management system that is compliant to KYC and AML, a Token Name Certification Service (TNCS)-for validation and authentication of asset providers, and a scalable, high throughput platform with multi-asset support.


The team behind this ambitious user-centric project is led by Al Burgio, the CEO and Founder. Michael Luckhoo is the VP Operations, Thomas Madej the director of DevOps and Rajiv Naidoo, the Head of Community & Research.

Advising the team is Julie Lyle, the former CMO of Walmart, Matthew Roszak, the co-founder of Bloq, Toni Lane Casserly, the Co-Founder of CoinTelegraph, Lars Rensing, the Co-Founder and CFO at ARK, Paul Gampe, the Former Vice President at Red Hat, Don Sheluga, the Director of Loyalty Operations at Hertz, David Holland, the Former SVP Treasury at Cisco, Geoffrey Kent, the Former VP of Product Partner-ships at and four others including Michael Morris, the co-founder of Slide.


Roughly two years after forking from Stellar in Q3 217, development has been steady. After launching the XDB explorer, launching the DigitalBits mainnet, the XDB wallet and portal and partnering with Cogeco Peer, the platform now has only find users but has been covered by leading publications including Bloomberg and Forbes.

In Q3 2018 for example, the CEO had an interview with Larry King where Charles Hoskinson of Cardano was also part of the panel. Overly, despite asset prices sliding in 2018, it was a fruitful year for DigitalBits. They hosted the DigitalLive Conference in Q4 2018, partnered with Metalyfe, and in Q1 2019 released their mobile wallets.

In Q3 2019, they released DevOp tools consisting of developer toolkits and containers, pre-launched the Token Name Certification Service and integrated a payment gateway within the same period. In Q4 2019, DigitalBits plan to expand into new industry categories, pre-launch an algo-pool before officially launching the TNCS and testing their algorithmic pool in Q1 2019.


Evidently, DigitalBits objective of driving blockchain adoption is bearing dividends. Aside from mentions in NASDAQ, Forbes and Bloomberg, DigitalBits has struck deals with several companies and platforms including Metalyfe where they integrated their blockchain browser, bringing back ownership to the end user, not to harvesting companies.

According to DigitalBits, “Metalyfe, a full web 3.0 enabled browser, aims to be the go-to access layer for dApps, and a portal for housing and monetizing data that current browsers collect on behalf of third parties.”

In Feb 2019, they partnered with Zagg protocol to “bring best of breed end-to-end blockchain solutions for enterprises to offer superior loyalty programs to their customers that can drive better customer engagement & satisfaction.”

Other partners are LOBSTR, a leading wallet provider in the Stellar ecosystem, and the North American Enterprise Consulting firm.

Early Funders include Mathew Roszak of Bloq, Richard Rofe’ of Arcadia Crypto Ventures, Lars Rensing of Ark Token, James Lowry of Storj Token among others.

DigitalBits (XDB) Token and Fund Distribution

Given the friction present in the billion dollar loyalty and reward points industry, the platform will find use in this digital asset category. With the capacity to tokenize and provide liquidity for digital assets, DigitalBits through its token will be resolving frictions faced by both producers and consumers in the loyalty and reward points industry.

Overly, the platform’s native ERC-20 utility currency, the XDB, serve three main functions:

  • It protects the network thanks to staking. Each account holder is required to stake 10 XDB for authenticity purposes and to enable the send function within the network.
  • Acts a bridge allowing cross chain transactions.
  • Used for fast and low cost on chain transactions. Applicable transaction fee is 100 nibbs or 0.00001 XDB. Low, the purpose of this is to deter determined elements keen on spamming the network.

In total there are 100 billion XDB. Out of that 32 percent has been set aside for investors, 40 percent restricted for algo pool, 2.5 percent for advisors, 12.5 percent for the team, 3 percent for bounty and air drops, 5 percent for partnership developments and 5 percent set aside for Research and Grants.

Their ICO was conducted from Dec 30, 2018 to April 15, 2019. During their pre-ICO, each XDB was available at 0.00003 ETH but that figure rose to 0.0029 USD during the main ICO. Only ETH and BTC were accepted. The amount raised is yet to be made public.

However, it should be noted that committed funding from prior rounds was $2 million. Consequently, tokens nested will be released over a one year period between 2020 and 2021, adding 2 billion more XDB tokens into the circulating supply. Most notably, XDB has no inflation, perhaps the main differentiator between the platform and Stellar’s coin, XLM.

Of the funds raised, 60 percent of the total has been split equally between marketing and business development. 10 percent will be funneled for research, another 10 percent is meant to cover legal and advisory costs while 20 percent will cover Administration and operations cost.

XDB Circulating Supply and Supporting Exchanges

As of writing, the token has a circulating supply of 185,055,555 XDB with a market cap of $2,594,254 and daily trading volumes of $18,756.19.

Trading at $0.01401878, it is up 8.1 and 5.2 percent in the last day and week respectively, but down 3.6 percent from its all-time highs of $0.01463224 reached on Aug 19, 2019.

The only exchange that supports XDB trading is Idex, where the token is paired against ETH, attracting a spread of 0.13 percent. At spot rates, XDB has a ICO ROI of 5.03 against the USD.

Short term catalysts

Interesting: Some very respected crypto funds and companies like Pantera Capital, Bloq and Blocktower Capital are invested in DigitalBits and ususally these parties are involved for a reason.

This is also matching strong rumors of a huge and very known company adopting DigitalBits tech for millions of customers. Also in the
DigitalBits Roadmap it’s clear that a major company started testing DigitalBits tech and this partnership announcement will be released in 2019. It seems that many important investors seem to value this and we think this might be very interesting to keep an eye on!

Overly, DigitalBits seeks to build a global token economy where value can be sent seamless and cheaply. Making this possible is a dedicated and an experienced team that is keen to see its implementation.

For investors to find value for money, the token must be valuable in a way. Already, the lack of inflation is a real catalyst that could pump prices in the short to medium term. However, with the planned release of over 2 billion XDB between 2020 and 2021, the resulting supply could dampen bullish expectations.

Regardless, the team has been strategic and the team’s first objective is to eliminate the friction in the loyalty points and rewards industry. With an incredible technology and a focus on offering solution in a multi-billion dollar industry, XDB’s value lies in their drive for cheap payment and remittance, app integration, tokenization and trading assets via a TNCS planned for testing in Q1 2019.

In the US alone, the market is estimated to be worth $48 billion but is centralized, illiquid, exists in silos, and generally, the user experience is frustrating. Determined, XDB could draw benefits more so if there is there is a partnership with Flexa, one of the best crypto companies around. After all, both are advised by former executives of Walmart.

XDB investors can trade the token at Idex even though the project completed their ICO barely four months ago. Evidence reveals that their resolve will see the project expand as the resolve a major paint point in the loyalty point and rewards industry, a multi-billion sector as aforementioned.

If investors sense opportunity, leverage it as DigitalBits simultaneously draw more partners, get more media mentions, then it will only be a matter of time before they get integrated at leading exchanges. Such will improve XDB’s liquidity and that is massive for XDB investors.

Long term Catalysts

The Loyalty points and Rewards sector is only one of the many industries where blockchain can improve efficiency and introduce many more benefits for the user. As per DigitalBits roadmap, their aim is to expand to other industries from 2020 of which gamers and the gaming industry are well positioned to be the main beneficiaries.

That means striking more partnerships and ultimately driving blockchain adoption in line with their objectives. Since XDB has no inflation and daily trading volumes is $18,756.19 at Idex, the more partnerships, the more XDB’s demand increase and that will counter the supply spike of 2020-21.

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Fact is, numbers don’t lie. Numbers are records and according to independent studies, internet penetration is a big contributor, alleviating people out of poverty. But it isn’t about food or basic needs as shelter or education.

Research reveals that when there is financial inclusion, people, more so, in developing countries, can progressively move towards prosperity, and away from the grip of poverty and misery. Where they have access to financial services, they can better “arrange” themselves, get cushions whenever there is an emergency and cater for their family needs or even start a business. Good news is, according to a report from the World Bank, 3.8 billion people had an account either from their local banks or through mobile service provider.

However, development and adoption levels varied depending mostly with internet penetration which also correlates with smart phone accessibility. At the same time, the gap between the rich and the poor, men and women and the educated and the uneducated remained the same. Evidently, Blockchain, as successful startups demonstrates, are efficient and cheap.

Ripple Inc for example is working with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation through Mojaloop towards financial inclusion. Because access to smart phones and internet penetration goes hand in hand, Telcoin is taking financial inclusion to the next level, bring crypto straight to people’s phone numbers made possible by their collaboration with Telecommunication companies across the globe.

What is Telcoin?

According to the project’s creators, Telcoin is all about sending money, not to agents but to individual’s phone numbers, and making payments in a smarter way by leveraging the benefits of the blockchain. Utilizing the Ethereum blockchain, sending funds or making payments in eCommerce stores using Telcoin is near instant and distinctively cheap from traditional facilitators as Western Union and others.

Generally, their goal is to facilitate financial inclusion via cheap remittance, payments, credit and several other services that can be offered via the blockchain. Towards achieving their goal of unbanking the world and contributing towards the ideal goal of total financial inclusion, Telcoin is actively partnering with Telecoms in areas where accessing traditional financial services is a challenge. With this partnership, not only will more people access financial services, make payments and generally benefit from blockchain but users can receive funds in crypto straight to their phone numbers.

Remittance, Payment and eCommerce

Although their target market is large and not limited to collaborating with Telecoms, they will predominantly focus on payments, eCommerce and remittance. Payments is pretty straight forward but as aforementioned, through the Telcoin network, they are free.

The only charges are those made during conversion to local fiat currency. Undoubtedly, free on-chain transactions with conversions done in collaboration with local telcos is massive for small business owners always searching for saving avenues.

As a user, Buza, attests:

” Fast, Secure, Low-cost transactions, send crypto via phone number, available on top exchanges and partnered with plenty of crypto friendly merchants. Its never been easier to use Telcoin!”

Sentiments equally shared by Robun Decker who said:

” Very secure, fast, and low cost fees to send money around the world no more 10%-19% fees and accessed from your mobile operator.”

On the remittance front, Telcoin will provide a fitting solution. To paint a picture of how this is important, India’s received upwards of $62 billion of remittance in 2016. In the financial year 2013/14, remittance to Nepal stood at $3.5 billion which is roughly 25 percent of the country’s GDP. Sending funds via Telcoin, given the efficiency and cost-saving aspects of the blockchain is therefore, highly welcomed by the diaspora.


Making this possible is a dedicated team. Claude Eguienta is the CEO and Co-founder. He has a master’s degree in Computer Science and previously worked as lead systems architect at CyberAgent besides founding Kabotip. Paul Neuner is the Chairman and he has over 20 years working in the telecommunication space. Apart from Telcoin, he his the CEO of Mobius, a mobile telecom fraud management company.

Then there is Simo Kinnunen who is a a full-stack programmer and an expert in Rust computer program. Other team members include Eric Chung who is the Executive Director, Adam Kull, a Masters of Computer Science graduate at Sweden’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Naïm Boughazi, Yacine Farouk, Alix Zerd and Christopher Riza, a smart contracts and blockchain researcher.

Advising the team is Michimasa Naka who has more than 28 years experience working with banks, Toby Hoenischm, a specialist in Artificial Intelligence, Jeff Quigley, Rajesh Sabari, the Head of Partnerships at MasterCard, Chris Suh working at the Royal Bank of Canada and Goldman Sachs and Batara Eto.


Telcoin transactions are affordable, near instantaneous and powerful yet convenient thanks to their collaboration with telecommunication providers. Besides, there is an incentivization model for service providers where volumes and fees are considered without affecting the profitability of these connectors.

At the time of writing, the Telcoin team are working hard, building a repertoire of partners. Because of the conversion from TEL, the ERC-20 token of the Telcoin network, to fiat, a majority are exchanges. They include HitBTC, Latoken, KuCoin,Changelly and CoinGate. Others include BRD, GSMA and Jumia.

Token and Fund Allocation

The platform’s native token is TEL, an ERC-20 utility token and a tool that Telcoin creators believe will serve the unbanked smart phone holders in developing economies. In total, there are 100 billion tokens.

Overly, the project’s aim was to raise a minimum of $10 million and a maximum, the hard cap, of $25 million. As such, crowd funding timeline was set from Dec 12, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017. Of the 100 billion TEL coins, only 20 percent or 20 billion was available for sale.

Then, each token was sold at 0.00129 USD (0.0000018165 ETH) with the minimum contribution at 0.1 ETH with no maximum cap. Notably, only ETH and BTC were the accepted coins. Despite an overall ratings of 3.3, the team managed to raise $25 million from their token sale which ended on Dec 31, 2017.

Albeit their successful ICO, there are no details on how exactly funds were used. However, as per their whitepaper, a “large part of the extra funds will be allocated to additional marketing spending in order to maximize our reach to at least one telecom in as many countries as possible – particularly important remittance corridors.”

At the time of press, TEL has a market cap of $21,505,807 with a daily trading volume of $105,173 or 156,296,866 TEL. This is from a circulating supply of 32,051,138,545 TEL. Year-to-date, the token’s performance has been stellar against the ETH, adding 69 percent, dismal against BTC as it is down 45 percent and stable against the USD.

Short-Term Price Catalysts

There is no doubt that Telcoin, an innovative blockchain based solution, is trying to merge two of the world’s leading digital domains in blockchain and mobile technology. Disruptive in a sense and a cog that will help in achieving a 100 percent financial inclusion, Telcoin is despite the bog, progressively moving towards its objective.

Although it is hard to judge the project’s true market potential and whether its token price will rocket in days ahead, the media attention it has received over time will help in a way reassert how the project is significant. The overarching objective for Telcoin is to be a go-to platform in online remittance, play a role in eCommerce and fulfill its purpose in monetary payments where people, regardless of geographical location, can receive money in their mobile phones.

As a result, the platform has an incentive-based governance model, a Flexible API for more interaction and differentiating itself from competitors, transacting via the platform is affordable. Because of what they want to achieve, they have a reliable platform that can support over 5 billion mobile phone owners.

Since they work closely with mobile operators, Telcoin inherent a system where users already trust the system made easier thanks to their proprietary easy to use wallet available for iOS and Android, that can easily integrate with telcos mobile wallets. The simple fact that Telcoin wallets can connect with Telecom mobile wallet means that users can send funds directly to phone numbers.

Striking partnership and edging closer to providing remittance services to those who truly matter is vital for Telcoin. Already as per their roadmap reveals, there is progress, releasing the Telcoin Reference Wallet in Q1 2019. There is another milestone. Late July 2019, the Telcoin team announced that their registration “with the Australian regulatory body AUSTRAC as an independent remittance service provider has been approved.”

As a result, Telcoin continued, this was their “first step toward providing Telcoin users in Australia the ability to send fast, secure, and affordable remittances to Southeast Asia and beyond with just a few taps on their mobile phone.”

Long-term Price Catalysts

Part of Telcoin success anchors on their ability to draw partners and get approval from regulators across the globe. Therefore, it is a noteworthy achievement that Telcoin, after waiting from 2018, has received a virtual currency license from Philippines Central bank.

Because of BSP VCE license, Telcoin can open up the first remittance corridor between Philippines and Canada. Thereafter, they make the real first step towards Telcoin product launch. Furthermore, with the license, Telcoin can reveal their Telecom partners in the Philippines as they prepare for a possible product launch latter this year.

Next there is also a great partnership for adoption in Malaysia:

We’ve partnered with Telin Malaysia, a member of Telkom Group, the largest telecommunications services company in Indonesia. Together we will empower anyone in Malaysia to send low-cost, high-speed, international remittances to Indonesia and beyond. Soon, anyone in Malaysia will be able to cash in via Telin’s network of 30,000 dealers nationwide to remit money to friends and family in Indonesia using the Telcoin app.

Additionally, with their partnership with NYSE-listed Jumia and Vimo, which is Vietnam’s leading mobile wallet, it is no doubt that Telcoin is right on track on their ambition of making remittance easy and fast in South East Asia.

Specifically and according to Telcoin, their partnership with Vimo will be the “fastest and most affordable option for the $1 billion Canada-Vietnam corridor.” Because of this link, “Telcoin users in Vietnam will be able to accept inbound international remittances from Canada (in CAD) and cash out to their Vimo digital wallet balance (in VND).”

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A complete gaming ecosystem to attract millions of mainstream gamers by partnering with the biggest mainstream games everyone knows.

There are many great projects we reported about but we can honestly say that this is probably the biggest opportunity you will come across in a long time. How can a potential top 10 marketcap project with this quality team, unannounced huge partnerships, and planned mainstream adoption of millions of users next year, go under the radar and for how long?

This project is just on the market and has not started marketing in full force. UOS is at 2 Million marketcap!? please DYOR and you will probably not believe this low valuation.

Once the platform open beta and UOS mainnet chain (EOSIO fork) and partners are announced in the next 2-3 months this project has probably much more accomplished than many 10 projects in crypto. Based on that and the hype coming with the onboarding of 1M+ gamers together with their western and eastern partners we think the $UOS coin will easily be able to grow to a 500M+ Marketcap in the short term and well above 1B in the long term.

Product and Token Utility

The Ultra platform is the first product build upon their own UOS blockchain protocol that intends to disrupt the $140 billion gaming industry. This is because it allows users to build and operate their own game distribution platform or virtual goods trading service but also just play the best mainstream games that people are used to on existing monopoly platforms like STEAM.

As such, Ultra has the potential to break the gaming market monopoly. The platform efficiently provides new solutions to gamers and developers alike. To that end, innovators have business customization that infinitely expand possibilities for developers. Ultra’s overall goal is to federate the entire game ecosystem under a single roof. This means that the distributing gaming platform is a stepping stone to this goal.

The Ultra protocol will, therefore, become an interactive distributed ecosystem where you can earn money by playing, promoting or selling games. Additionally, you can write articles or stream via Twitch, watch ads and many other rewarding activities.

Besides, the network in itself is fast and intuitive even to novice users. The ease and speed are perhaps the reason Ultra has already served millions of game downloads around the world. The Ultra ecosystem is therefore in a great position to leverage the distributed efficiency of its blockchain to make this market fairer and more accessible even for small developers.

Notably, they incentivize developers to retain a portion of their earnings within the ecosystem. This is because they can reinvest their revenue in the game improvement or even advertisements. Because of that developers earn instantly after a sale and this can keep the token flow within the ecosystem going. Moreover, you can become an influencer on the platform and earn in the process.

Making this possible the Ultra Token $UOS (currently erc-20m, later on own blockchain). UOS provides liquidity for the platform and with it, anything can be purchased within the Ultra protocol. Simply put, UOS provides a way for developers, influencers and players to interact. The transactions gradually increase demand for UOS as the ecosystem grows. Moreover, the platform features instantaneous fiat to UOS conversion. This certainly improves user experience.

All games can be purchased by $UOS, creditcard, Paypal or other known payment solutions and in the backend every dollar will be exchanges in and out of $UOS to distribute value through the ecosystem. The incentives like staking programs, betting applications, tournaments, tipping and many more ensure that about 40 cents of every dollar that enters that ecosystem is retained into Ultra and $UOS coin.

Think about that for a second…

Team (rare quality)

This project has a world-class development team. But world class is probably an understatement. How many platforms can boast of having staff previously with Google, Time Warner, Apple games, Dell, YouTube, and Microsoft among other A-list tech companies? This protocol is the product of their combined brilliance and expertise in various constituent fields.

David Hanson and Nicholas Gilot serve as Co-CEOs. The former was the founder and CEO of Xiaobawang $100M+ video game console project for the Chinese market in partnership with AMD. Moreover, Hanson has been in the blockchain space pretty much since inception. Gilot also was part of Xiaobawang. Additionally, co-founded Youcall and has had 1.5x – 3x revenue on the multiple game/app projects he worked on.

Mike Dunn is Ultra CTO. He was previously CTO at Dell & Time Warner, member of W3C, Mentor at TechStars and a sponsor of MIT Media Lab.  Accordingly, he is well suited to provide the tech expertise that powers this project.

Edward Moalem, the CSO is a former director of Google Play Games and former Head of Apple Games Unit. His expertise in brokering gaming deals with leading companies is particularly invaluable.

Other crucial developers are: Lee O’Donovan, the CMO, Julien Marron, the CFO, Peter Salinas and Cristian Rizea.

Key advisors include: Ritche Corpus, the lead content advisor. Others are Allen Foo, who is an expert in the China market and Alexandre Mironesco.


The greatest short-term risk for the project is running out of money. This is why the developers are conducting an IEO and will later raise more funds through equity. The project needs to gain capital to fund further growth and an increase in team numbers. Regional partners, especially in China, are essential to this scale up.

The team behind the project conducted an IEO on Tokinex platform on July 16th. According to the official roadmap, this quarter of 2019 (Q3) will already see the ultra blockchain mainnet, Ultra Open Betta release which is super huge. Q4 of 2019 will see exclusive game investments and the Ultra Core release.

Important Partnerships (for now)

This project has a number of high level partners. Bitfinex is obviously a standout partner. This is because the exchange will aid Ultra with a marketing boost. Others include Crypto gamers, IBC (a blockchain capital firm), Bright Law firm, UCCVR, Wachsman PR, and Point 95.


This project aims to effectively disrupt the gaming industry. This is obviously a massive industry with the masses spending time online and getting even a slight chunk of this space means potentially billions of dollars. UOS tokens fuel this ecosystem and create and excellent investment opportunity especially with this platform still in its infancy.

$UOS is not on Coinmarketcap yet, but all token details are updated on the Coingecko Website

Accordingly, the project’s token economy is essential to this endeavor. The platform took the option of an IEO, which is essentially an ICO conducted by a cryptocurrency exchange. The successful IEO raised $5 million or roughly 466 BTC with an IEO price of 1 UOS = $0.05.  During the IEO, only BTC was the accepted currency.

 Towards this goal, the maximum contribution was $2,500 while the lower limit for willing investors stood at $20. The total token supply of this utility ERC 20 token is 1 billion UOS where only 10 percent of the tokens were available for investment.

Individuals who were willing to invest more than $20k were required to subscribe and thereafter there was a 3-month vesting schedule in place.

The token distribution is as follows:  18 percent goes to the core team, 10 percent as company reserve, 15 percent for growth, 19 percent for content acquisition, 10 percent each for the IEO and private sale, 12 percent for exchanges and the remaining 5 percent for marketing.

Short Term Price Catalysts

There are some major things that will happen in the next 1-4 months

  • ULTRA team is meeting their undisclosed Chinese gaming partner on China Joy which is the biggest gaming conference in Asia. This leading Chinese gaming company which is rumored to have more than 100M+ users is going to operate the Ultra gaming platform in Asia and will boost the Ultra ecosystem with tens of millions of users. (WOW)
  • ULTRA is preparing announcements of multiple well known game developers to be publishing their games on ULTRA. The platform SDK is perfect to port games from STEAM and other gaming platforms into Ultra which potentially lets you play all world class games in one platform.
  • The team is mainly in France and it seems that it has very close ties with the third largest gaming company in the world: Ubisoft.
  • The team already has 100+ game publishers other than Ubisoft signed on and will start communicating them after China Joy (2e of August) Update: They will be anounced towards open beta in December.
  • The companies founded earlier by the Ultra founders have a big hardware partnership with AMD ($100M+ valuation) and it’s rumored that AMD is also involved in their new venture Ultra. AMD head of content is important advisor of Ultra.
  • The team can’t talk about exchange listings but we believe that they are working hard with the top tier exchanges to get $UOS more available to more investors in the coming months towards Open Beta. This will be a huge boost in liquidity but often this also means the price will rocket up and people complaining about liquidity now will then be too late to buy in cheap.

Long Term Price Catalysts

The obvious leading long term catalyst is just how immense the gaming industry will be in future. Advances in tech have seen unprecedented gaming and virtual reality experiences come to the fore. This market will only continue to grow into the distant future which is excellent news for Ultra now that developers would even earn more-as much as 50 percent-than in legacy systems.

Moreover, the potential for improvements within the blockchain space is great. This technology is still in its relative infancy and more possibilities emerge by the day. This is something that the big Ultra team will aid in for years to come. At the moment, developers number over 35 and this could balloon to over 100. The fact that this is an experienced and versatile team makes this process exciting.

Additionally, the network boasts of Cross-platform and cross-play functionality. This makes it compatible with Steam, Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch which are obviously the big names of modern gaming. Add that to staking capabilities and the ability of third parties to join tournaments on the network because of interoperability, the possibilities are endless.

Also the team is working on a mobile version called Ultra GO to capture the big mobile gaming in especially Asia.

The multiple opportunities such as betting on tournaments outcome, item trading and voice chat will likely make this platform a hit. The overlay tech makes Ultra’s prospect bullish. Already, developers are doing more work to expand these possibilities. 

Last but not least: In our opinion the Blockchain that will be released in 1-2 month that will be the underlying protocol of this ecosystem can be compared to a shared ledger between the game company giants. Like in EOS there will be block producers that secure the network and we have enough clues that these nodes will be operated by the elite game companies in the world. Think of the largest hardware, software and publishing companies in the gaming space and you will then know what size we are talking about. In one of our latest tweets we compared this big collaboration of elite gaming companies behind the open UOS blockchain to the founding members of the Facebook Libra association. All these partnerships are kept secret until the time is right in the coming weeks/months but if you do enough research and read between the lines you will know that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and we are lucky that investors are currently still ignorant to everything that is to come.

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