Crypto.tickets advisors

in #blockchain4 years ago

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Crypto.tickets is a blockchain platform for ticket systems and event organizers that will change the ticket sales industry forever. This is the evolution of traditional ticket into the cryptoticket. The existing paper ticket format leaves organizers stuck with numerous problems: secondary market speculation, fraud, undersold events, and lack of aunified refund mechanism — the blockchain eliminates these problems and simplifying the collaboration between all market participants and making the ticket sale process completely transparent.
On the 5th of October the token sale begins. Currently the crypto.tickets advisors are: Philip Shevri, Alexander Tkachenko, Leonard Grayver, Julian Zegelman, Andrew Zimine and Anton Akentiev.
We asked all the advisors the same three questions:

Q1: What kind of expertise do you have?

Q2: Why did you decide to become an advisor?

Q3: What exactly attracts you to the crypto.tickets project?

Alexander Tkachenko — Founder and managing partner of 2be.lu venture fund
Q1: What kind of expertise do you have?

A1: I have experience of business operations on different levels. I’m a venture investor and a business angel.

Q2: Why did you decide to become an advisor?

A2: Tickets Cloud is developing a new ticket distribution technology. crypto.tickets — is the first project of the fund, which implements the blockchain technology in its business.

Q3: What exactly attracts you to the crypto.tickets project?

A3: crypto.tickets solves the problem of ticket authentication and allows event organizers to earn revenue from the secondary market. This is a strong project, with sufficient potential to take a share in the global ticket market.

Leonard Grayver — Greenberg, Whitcombe&Takeuchi partner, LLP
Q1: What kind of expertise do you have?

A1: I have been working as a lawyer in the field of start-ups and venture business in Silicon Valley for more than 17 years. I have advised hundreds of start-ups and several venture funds. In the past few years, I’ve becomeinterested in cryptocurrencies and blockchains. After a successful experience in early July, I began to participate in blockchain projects regarding the token sale.

Q2: Why did you decide to become an advisor?

A2: We’ve been working with Egor Egerev for several years now (Leonard guides the Tickets Cloud project, — author’s note). Egor was one of the first to think about using blockchain in ticket sales. He started the business before it became a mainstream. So, when Egor asked me to become an advisor and to help start the token sale, I’ve immediately agreed.

Q3: What exactly attracts you to the crypto.tickets project?

A3: Over the past few months, more than 50 startups have asked me to become an advisor. Unfortunately, most of them are not long-term — it’s just a way to raise funds quickly. crypto.tickets solves the real problem — it simplifies and makes the interaction between the parties transparent. There are only few projects that can be grown to the size of a multimillion-dollar business,nd I believe that crypto.tickets is one of them.

Julian Zegelman — Exscudo, EON, CEO and Founder Velton Zegelman PC, Partner, Corporate attorney
Q1: What kind of expertise do you have?

A1: Сorporate law, venture capital and cryptocurrency. I guide the token sale for many companies from Singapore to Delaware, I am a co-founder and a Rolith general consul. I specialize on attracting investment, project development and legal transactions. Prior to the sale of Rolith, I attracted venture capital investments, guided a strategic partnership with large corporations and protected the intellectual property of the company. Several years in a row I’ve headed the rating of the best lawyers — SuperLawyers.

Q2: Why did you decide to become an advisor?

A2: As a consumer, I did not like the process of buying tickets to events — I faced high margins of intermediaries, fake tickets. With blockchain technology the sides interact on a decentralized, fair and autonomous basis. Therefore, I believe that crypto.tickets has a bright future.

Q3: What exactly attracts you to the crypto.tickets project?

A3: The experienced team, reliable technologies and business model, which will surely benefit from the introduction of blockchain and tokens.

Philippe Chevry — entrepreneur in the field of new technologies, cybersecurity, finance, games and new media; Director of the Canada Blockchain Association
Q1: What kind of expertise do you have?

A1: I help entrepreneurs and corporations adjust to new technologies: such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and virtual reality. I analyze and develop business models based on peer and self-regulating systems. I assess whether projects solve existing problems, whether it is possible to implement them using competitive technologies.

Q2: Why did you decide to become an advisor?

A2: I believe that the crypto.tickets project and it’s team have every chance for success: the experience, skills and the very sphere of blockchain.

Q3: What exactly attracts you to the crypto.tickets project?

A3: As a geek and adherent of blockchain, I was attracted by the potential of technology in ticket sales, where user interaction is regulated by a smart contract, but not by a third party or an intermediary. For any side of the ticketing business, blockchain is a transition to a new level, industry 4.0.

Anton Akentiev — Cloud.Chain CEO and Founder
Q1: What kind of expertise do you have?

A1: I’m a blockchain developer.

Q2: Why did you decide to become an advisor?

A2: I’ve become an advisor because I really believe in the project and have long known the founders personally.

Q3: What exactly attracts you to the crypto.tickets project?

A3: The guys at crypto.tickets make quality products, they have a great existing business. I admire their ability to put together an excellent team and the energy of Ilya Sergeyenko and the founder of the project — Egor Egerev.

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ICO started on the 5th of October. During initial placement, which will last 4 weeks