8 Advantages of Contributing to the Genesis Vision ICO, Part 1

in ico •  2 years ago 

Genesis Vision Website

The Genesis Vision Initial Coin Offering is a project aiming to create greater transparency for investors in the $70 trillion Assets Under Management market. I like to think of their project as the “glue” between stakeholders in this market segment, allowing for smart contract-driven asset management data transparency. Below is a deep dive into 8 advantages to contributing to their ICO:

# 1: Smart Contracts Are Secured

On their pursuit to ultimate transparency, it only makes sense the GV team would reach out to 3rd parties to perform a security audit on their ICO and platform smart contracts. In a 150-point smart contract security audit performed by SmartDec and Zerion, the same firms who audited the successful Humaniq ICO earlier this year, approved Genesis Vision with flying colors. Another synergy here: Zerion is responsible for building the Waves 2 Ethereum Gateway, designed to bridge the gap between the Waves and Ethereum blockchains…talk about a great lead into GV working not just with the Ethereum, but also the Waves blockchain where transparency is badly needed — do you see it?

This is quite possibly one of the most important ‘pieces to the puzzle’ because the platform relies heavily on smart contracts to carry out their overarching business model. I mean, the smart contracts must be extremely well-built if the GV team is aiming to be what I call ‘the glue between’ Investors, Brokers, and Managers on the platform. To those reading this to determine whether or not you participate in the ICO, rest assured knowing they did well on the security audit with no serious vulnerabilities.

# 2: ICO Certified

With transparency at the core of the Genesis Vision project, the team had their Initial Coin Offering certified by The Financial Commission successfully. The Financial Commission is “an independent self-regulatory organization and external dispute resolution body, primarily dedicated to FOREX.” That is not all — the GV team was the FIRST ICO certified by The Financial Commission.

6-page ICO Certification Report

The more I learn about the GV project, the more enthusiastic I become because they have taken great lengths to involve outside organizations to legitimize their Initial Coin Offering. If you take a look at the report, The Financial Commission’s new ICO Certification Committee (ICC) conducted the certification exam. The creation of an ICO certification report and the ICC committee alone is a major step toward bringing the blockchain ecosystem to the next real step, mainstream. I recommend diving into the report if you need further validation.

# 3: Escrow Service by Changelly

Escrow service is very important for ICOs because cryptocurrency has the reputation of, well…disappearing due to hacks. For instance, it is as easy as hacking the private key of Team Members to steal ICO funds. Using a reliant, secure escrow service helps secure all funds raised by the project.

The Genesis Vision Tweet

In Genesis Vision’s case, they are using Changelly for escrow to secure ICO funds raised, which is capped at $33 million for this project. This should be important to you, as an investor, because you can rest assured knowing your investment is safe. Changelly is a very reputable cryptocurrency exchange interface and has been operating since 2015. Not to mention, Konstantin Gladych, CEO and co-founder at Changelly, is a an Adivser to Genesis Vision project — more in the next section.

#4: 12 Advisers

The GV team deliberately built their project Advisers from various facets to facilitate growth for the project. Perhaps the most impressive addition to the long list of GV Advisers is Changelly co-founder, Konstantin Gladych. The resources Gladych brings to the GV project can help plug the project straight into the overarching cryptocurrency market. How? First, take a look at the list of Changelly partners below, straight from their website:

Changelly Website Address

  • CoinMarketCap = largest cryptocurrency price mechanism website.
  • Jaxx = one of, if not THE largest cryptocurrency wallet/exchange interfaces — available as browser extension, similar to MetaMask, but multi-cryptocurrency and way more robust.
  • nem = one of the top blockchains, currently #7 in market cap with $2,072,025,000.
  • CoinPayments = make purchases as a consumer or accept 70+ cryptocurrencies as a business owner.

Aside from the strong partnerships and user base Changelly can help bring to the table, this should also make getting the Genesis Vision Token listed in exchanges much easier for this early project.

Mushegh Tovmasyan, CEO at Divisa Capital (prime broker) and Lars Eriksson, Genova Global Hedge Fund — these gentlemen can play a huge role as the back bone to GV gaining a mass adoption, in the traditional asset management markets.

Divisa Capital is an FCA regulated boutique prime broker offering bespoke bank/non-bank Forex and CFD liquidity to institutions and professional investors via margin or credit relationships. Lars Eriksson created GenovaFX, a trading algorithm the company Lars is CEO of, FXI, uses to conduct automated foreign exchange trading and is registered as a financial institution at the Swedish financial supervisory authority. Talk about being connected.

Yagub Rahimov, Roman Nester — are marketing advisers with a GREAT looking resumes, wow. I believe these two can help bring the GV project resources to develop the marketing and education infrastructure required to grow past cryptocurrency and into mainstream adoption.

Aside from the aforementioned GV Advisers, the team has also added two top-managers from Lyyke which is a mobile wallet with in-app exchange making it easy to trade FOREX currencies and cryptocurrencies. Not to mention, Lyyke has a Startup Accelerator Program. I recommend taking a look at the LinkedIn profiles for yourself — I made sure to include links for all mentioned Advisers!

Stay tuned for the 2nd part of this two-part series covering 8 advantages to the Genesis Vision Initial Coin Offering -- I have already posted the entire article on Medium at this link if you'd like to follow along on there.

Below are some resources for beginning cryptocurrency enthusiasts:

  • Cryptoversity by Chris Coney — The Online School That Pays You To Learn About Bitcoin, Crypto-currencies and Blockchains
  • HitBTC Exchange — major exchange, access ICOs on the exchange
  • CoinBase Wallet/Exchange to buy Bitcoin/Ethereum/Litecoin w/ Fiat — this link gives us each $10 when you purchase $100 :)
  • CoinTracking — Your personal Profit / Loss Portfolio Monitor and Tax Tracker for all Digital Coins
  • CoinMate.io — Exchange cryptocurrency for crytocurrency
  • CEX.io— one of the better crypto-4-crypto exchanges
  • NovaExchange — the top exchange for ANY cryptocurrency — find the smallest, less known on this exchange first.
  • Coss.io Exchange — decentralized exchange building an All-in-one setup
  • CoinPayments - Receive payment via 55+ different cryptocurrencies - the crypto-PayPal.
  • Yobit Exchange - very similar to CoinExchange and NovaExchange, but much better arbitrage opportunities.
  • QoinPro - Mission = simplifying getting started with cryptocurrency; educating and provind users with necessary resources to learn; listen to the community to build functional platform; & facilitate adoption of cryptocurrency, rewarding users for learning! FREE coins everyday. Pretty cool :)
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@steemcleaners - I am the original author to this work. This is 100% my own content, published on my own Medium profile as well. In fact, this is just 1/2 of a rather long article I am breaking up and going to post version 2 of it today.
How do I prevent from a bot flagging my original content that is used on various sites?
It's just on 1 other website, but this has never happened to me and I have re-blogged my work on Steemit often, word for word. So it's weird to see this one being flagged down like it has because it's only 1/2 of my actual work.

Below is the link to my original article:

I look forward to your response on this one. This article took a lot of time to edit into Steemit format. Thank you.

Any help on getting this unblocked? @steemcleaners - I would really appreciate it...spent an hour formatting this article to post on Steemit...hopefully you don't get the next one taken down because it's posted on my medium account also. #curation

Can you post a link on your blog back to this post to verify ownership?

Thank you.

Hey @steemcleaners! Yes I can! :)

That's the original posted to the Genesis Vision ICO Medium Publication which is actually tethered to their website as a sub-domain, the link is below:

Medium adds their Medium publication INTO their website as a sub-domain, kind of a cool feature to the platform. But now the "blog.genesis.vision" website is their Medium Publication as well as their own website that I have written and submitted the link above for.

My posting the article to my Steemit blog is just the syndication of my work so I can hit a greater target audience. I have also included a link to my Medium profile so you can verify the GV link above it is published on my Medium Profile :) Thank you!

Do you mention Steemit in your Medium profile? I don't see it.

Why do I need to mention Steemit in my Medium profile? Look at the names alone - I am "CrowdedMind" on here with the exact same picture as I have on my "CrowdConscious" account AND have a number of pieces already published to my Steemit account that are also on my Medium account. I'm unsure why you are commenting on here with negative comments when you can clearly see that THIS STEEMIT account is MINE and that MEDIUM ACCOUNT IS MINE...I'm a blogger and plagiarism is NOT COOL - that's kind of our core tenant, you know?

@patrice - instead of your negative vibes and the fact that you didn't actually check my Medium profile for my Steemit account link, I would appreciate it if you actually looked at my Medium profile and clicked the link in the screenshot below...here, I'll provide you with my Medium profile link AND that link in the screenshot <3

THERE YOU GO. Both of the links above should, I REALLY HOPE, be enough for you to rescind your statement or at least give me a positive comment here...Steemit needs to fix the bots because this issue wasted so much of my time and does not help my image - it also hurt my Steemit ranking :/


I didn't check the bitly link. I honestly didn't think to. Most users either use HTML links that I can hover over or write out the link. I avoid clicking on shorten links for security reasons.

I do apologize that the follow up comment was missed by other members. I've noted that you have verified ownership of your content.


I'm a blogger and plagiarism is NOT COOL - that's kind of our core tenant, you know?

I'm glad you feel that way. Many others do not. They pick a website or user and start posting their content and answering questions as if they were the authors.

Thank you for your time.

I ultimately want to thank YOU for your time, really. I appreciate that these types of interactions can actually happen on this platform. Wouldn't see something like this on Facebook or Twitter!

Thank you for following through with this issue, @patrice. As you might be able to tell from the last couple articles I have posted here, I included a "Disclaimer" along with the link to the original article!

Yeah, I know what you mean with the shortened links...I do that so I can keep track of the residual clicks I get on that specific link from my profile. A bit hard to tell what it is, but hoping to bring more people to Steemit from Medium! Haha.

Anyway, thanks for your time Patrice and I'm going to go ahead and follow you! Carpe diem :)

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