|Coin Symbol: STAMP|
|Coin Purpose: Receive Equity Tokens Through Stamp Releases.|
|Maximum Coin Supply: 300,000,000 STAMP.|
|Coins Available For Purchase: 210,000,000 STAMP.|
|Accepted Payments: ETH.|
|Default Purchase Price: 1 ETH = 1000 STAMP.|
|Minimum Transaction Amount: 0.1 ETH.|
|Public ICO Period: February 5th 2018 to April 4th 2018.|
|ICO Hard Cap: 210,000,000 STAMP (Est. 210,000 ETH).|
|ICO Soft Cap: 2,500,000 STAMP (Est. 2,500 ETH).|
|Note: If the Soft Cap is not met, the funds will be returned to their rightful owners automatically via the smart contract.|
Businesses will be able to issue Equity Tokens through the Stamps Platform which will represent an ownership share of their company. This medium allows businesses to reach a growing community of enthusiasts, receive brand awareness, access funding on the open market, and grow their business in a decentralized, revolutionary, manner. The holders of these issued Equity Tokens benefit by receiving legal ownership rights of the company, Bitcoin Dividend Payments, Voting Privileges, Merger/Acquisition Payouts, and more.
A utility coin built on the Soferox blockchain, the STAMP coin gives its holders the privilege of receiving Equity Tokens released through the Stamps Platform directly into their Stamps Wallet.
These tokens are created and issued through the Stamps Platform by real-world businesses, and represent an equity share of the issuing organization. Equity Token Releases are gifted to STAMP Coin holders directly into their Stamps Wallet, not sold, which is very similar to an 'Air Drop'. The amount of Equity Tokens one will receive directly relates to how many STAMP Coins they are holding in their Stamps Wallet at the time of the release.
A fully featured cryptocurrency wallet engineered from the ground up to facilitate the storage of STAMP coins and the management of many different Equity Tokens. The Stamps wallet will provide access to all Equity Tokens at a granular level of detail while summarizing portfolio data in a clear, easy to read format.
The home screen will consist of a pie chart displaying a weighted summary of all holdings, with a news feed, and notifications system. The total balance of a user’s holdings, represented in fiat currency, will also be found here. A navigation menu on the left-hand side of the screen will provide access to more in-depth data, such as current stamp releases, upcoming stamp releases, news releases, legal documents & tools, transaction history, and application-specific settings.
A share of company profits, paid out in regular intervals to equity token holders via Bitcoin.
Equity token holders can take part in certain, high-level, decisions of strategic value to the company, like the election of board members.
An organization might decide to increase the amount of equity attributed equity token holders. This is particularly useful if the valuation of the company has changed.
In the event a stamp-issuing organization is acquired, equity token holders will be compensated according to their stake in the organization via Bitcoin.
Issuing equity tokens on the Stamps platform has several important advantages over traditional methods. Issuers can take advantage of the robust equity management tools, expert support, and direct access to the self-selected community of STAMP enthusiasts interested in emerging technologies and innovative business ideas. This allows an organization to focus on its core competencies, instead of marketing itself to attention-starved financiers.
Stamps administrators will also ensure total compliance with local laws, helping the organization avoid a classification as a security. This works to the benefit of the organization itself, but also helps exchanges and fiat-to-crypto onramps make the organization's equity tokens available to their clients without risking interactions with regulatory bodies.
Much like the stock market of today, we see a marketplace where Stamps will represent many different organizations from a cross-section of the global economy. Software development, stores, real estate, restaurants, and more, can be represented using equity tokens created on the Stamps platform. In this paradigm, businesses, start-ups, nonprofit organizations, and shared-ownership assets all have a place.
STAMP token holders have the opportunity to be involved in one of the most exciting implementations of financial technologies yet and have transparent access to real-world business native to a 21st-century economy.
Manuel Garcia has been involved in the blockchain industry since early 2013. He co-founded Nexus(NXS) formally known as Coinshield(CSD) in 2014 and currently oversees operations at the Token Launch Group(TokenLaunchGroup.com) where Manuel and the team aid organizations in launching successful initial coin offerings.
Nicholas Dooley is a blockchain investor, internet marketer, and entrepreneur. Nick founded and sold his software company at the young age of seventeen and used the proceeds to start an international ad agency that generated upwards of 50 million dollars within it’s first seven years of operation. Currently, he leads a cosmetics manufacturing company based out of Miami and oversees a global e-commerce store.
Mr. Lars Mapstead is the Founder of multiple companies including Internet Presence Providers, Legendary Speed, Cashsurfers, Mp3Board and Fupa Games, Inc. Mr. Mapstead served as Director of FriendFinder Networks Inc. since 2013. Mr. Mapstead has over 15 years of experience as a serial entrepreneur, Focused on Internet Marketing and Business development.
Chad Willis is a cryptocurrency investor and online entrepreneur with extensive experience in the advertising industry. Starting out as an affiliate network manager, Chad contributed to seven-figure growth at his firm. Chad is currently pursuing a degree in Business Administration at the University of Southern California.
Aaron Mathis is the founder and lead developer at Soferox, a twin-blockchain technology with new features including, but not limited too; the "no fork needed" approach. Aaron has seven years of experience in designing and building of .Net applications along with blockchain integrations.
Tom Ashley is a Software Engineer and Internet Marketing Strategist who partners with CEOs, executives, and solopreneurs to build out their tech, scale their infrastructure, and grow their professional brands. After spending over a decade working in performance marketing and related software development for many brands and startups, Tom knows what truly drives a solid tech company. It's not lines of code — and it’s not server farms. It’s about building experiences people want to be a part of, from the engineering team all the way to the user experience.
Michael R. Gordon is the former co-chair of the Commercial Disputes Practice Group at a global, AmLaw 100 law firm and has been representing businesses and individuals in all aspects of dispute avoidance and resolution since 1989. He also serves as outside general counsel to companies for which a full-time general counsel is not practical.
Frank Bonnet is the founder and lead developer at DCORP, an autonomous, decentralized and democratic organization that exists on the blockchain as a series of smart-contracts. Frank has nine years of experience designing, building and maintaining countless enterprise .NET applications. Co-founder, developer and owner of "DS Verzekeringen", an insurance company in the Netherlands and many other web-based projects.
Insightful and multi-talented, Mike Balagna has been phenomenal in giving shape to many innovative marketing ideas, and is a PR professional with a natural talent in public speaking. Mike has served as Marketing and Communications Manager for Dcorp, and has extensive experience in project management as well, bringing value to our team from multiple angles. He has advised and assisted in multiple projects in the Blockchain space, and played a strong role in several successful ICOS.