Blockchain technology is quietly disrupting a whole lot of industries. Right now, it’s mostly being done without a lot of fanfare (much like the internet at the beginning), but the ball is rolling and it’s gathering momentum. The emerging crypto market is comprised of a new and distinct set of investors and entrepreneurs. A new economic ecosystem has emerged, causing substantial disruptions to the traditional payment services and banking industry. Revolutionary digital assets like BTC, ETH, XRP and many others are generating new archetypes for financial transactions and creating alternate channels of wealth.
One such heavily influenced financial sector is fundraising. In 2015, Crowdfunding was accounted for 34.4 Billion dollars and it is expected to reach 93 Billion dollar by 2025. Blockchain has heavily influenced the traditional venture capital structure and managed to grab a whooping $6.4 Billion in 2017 and $9.3 Billion in 2018.
Given the immense potential and ICO craze, it was inevitable that startups would enter this space - and we witnessed that. But most of the startups were just taking on the opportunity and were rather unprepared for the market they were trying to enter to. Which is why the ratio of failed projects is by par larger than the successful ones.
Ichiba, still in it's infancy, aims to change that ratio for better.
🔔 Introducing Ichiba - The CrowdFunding Innovation Coin
Ichiba (Japanese name for marketplace), an emerging startup platform, aims to position itself among the global leading one stop ICO solution platform in readiness for greater clarity in respect to the legal frameworks and regulations surrounding Equity token issuance, at which point this sector is expected to disrupt the global Venture Capital market.
Ichiba offers founders a pre-built platform on which to issue tokens and run their own ICOs, connecting any project to rapid crowd funding potential, without some of the usual challenges such as lack of funding, little to no trust over projects, number of fishy projects, high cost, fraudulent marketing etc.
Ichiba will do all the due diligence and hand pick projects before they are put on the platform for crowdfunding thus ensuring maximum security and success ratio. It doesn't stop there, Ichiba will also remain a stakeholder in the project to safeguard your investment in the long run. Ichiba stakes will be managed by the Ichiba Fund and the same will be governed by the ICA holders.
💰 The Ichiba Coin (ICA)
The Ichiba Coin (ICA) is used to maintain the Ichiba network and its fundraising projects. ICA is a masternode coin which will be used to power the Ichiba platform. ICA is also awarded to backers who fund projects launched on the Ichiba platform and can be used by fundraisers to achieve their fundraising goals.
The ICA coin performs a variety of utility roles for all network stakeholders, from masternodes to fundraisers and beyond. Let's take a look at some useful stats.
|Total Supply||1,000,000 ICA|
|Masternode Collateral||5,000 ICA|
📜 Ichiba Roadmap
Ichiba is currently in the pre-sale phase and going under further development. After pre-sale, Ichiba will then move to coin sale phase and alpha platform launch. After the initial development, the platform will then move to Smart contract deployment and First ICO campaign. The finished product will then be released in quarter 4 of 2019. Let's keep our fingers crossed for this exciting project.
If you would like to know more about Ichiba, head to the following available resources or contact team members on the following social media platforms.
Ichiba Partnership with Deviant Coin
The most latest is, Ichiba partnership with Deviant coin team. In the words of Deviant coin team;
We are pleased to announce that Deviant coin has partnered with Ichiba project. We will be handling the decentralization part of Ichiba’s fundraising algorithm. In compensation, our product development will be funded by Ichiba dividends. This partnership is expected to apply Deviantcoin's Devx algorithm to the fundraising mechanism and also allocation of such funds through vested balances that allow transparency for investors.
We believe that giving absolute control of funds raised to a Non-vested authority can ultimately lead to fraud and also fail to attain regulatory support. We foresee that the DEVX algorithm can not only be used in the case of exchanging tokens but can also transparently and efficiently manage the funds invested in an ICO. This being the reason behind the partnership.
This brings more value to the Ichiba network.
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