Crowdholding

What are your thoughts regarding Crowdholding’s new ICO landing page?

What are your thoughts regarding Crowdholding’s new ICO landing page?

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What are your thoughts regarding Crowdholding’s new ICO landing page?

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Checkout crowdholding’s new landing page. Give us your impressions and up-vote your favorite feedback.

What do you like?

What don’t you like regarding design?

Is there concern regarding the content of the project?

This task represents 500 YUPIES, depending on the number of the votes. YUPIES will be rewarded from best to least.





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It's written 5000 Yupies in the text, but 500 in the newsfeed. It's the small things!

The design could be responsive. The contrast between the blue and white backgrounds as you scroll should have a warning for epileptic users.

The colour scheme on the blue background is perfect!

The company and the ico details, like bonuses and what will the tokens do are presented in a masterful way!

The chat windowd popping up randomly is a bit creepy.

1 year ago

I like the graphics and colors selected.
informative and at the same time visually friendly.

1 year ago

I think that this idea should be also on the first page of your web site

1) You guys could sell advertising on your platform that would paid a % to the YUPPIES holders
2) Obliviously Crowdholding could have a section to evaluate advertising before they get lunch to the public witch is another sources of revenues for the crowd.

this will attack a lot of investors i am sure of it

1 year ago

I guess you mean .... this will attrack a lot of investors .... and i agree

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

We are giving Yups for sharing on social media, but interesting idea. So you are saying to place ads and we also share the revenue with all the users from those ads? Very interestign, I will keep thinking about this. What pops in my mind form your comment is that we believe sharing is caring, thus people organically will talk about projects they love and give feedback too. The reason? If the business successful, so are our users. Our plan is to eventually be a non-profit by buying out all shareholders after reaching critical success. This is important to our team because we believe all profits should go back to the users and the businesses to increase innovation. Open source and crowdsourcing must be the future. The Yupie asset is the true value in our business, not equity. Sorry went a little of topic. Appreciate the idea. And thanks for confirming Derek.

1 year ago

Its for sure better than it was but i will go on with critics only that has not been address yet.

1) First i have been attract by the project cause you are have a better idea than Kickico who raise more than 80000ETH https://www.kickico.com/ but its not obvious. in your road map you talk about crowdsourcing and crowdfunding in 2018 but you are not using the word ICO witch is stronger in my point of view.

My solution at the begening when you write chat, debate, opinionate. cocreate. and fund your ICO / product through our platform.

also i don't understand why you are using , , . . chat, debate, opinionate. cocreate.

also not sure YUP holders will earn something from any of these ICO lunch, but that would be extremely attractive to me


2) in the ICO sparking change section it is mention that .... all unsold token will be destroyed... so i am not sure what it means exactly (no token for the team, no token for future financing etc.)

So I gave a 30 second look to the white paper and i saw that 44.2% of all token will be sold for the ICO. So what happen if half of that 44.2% is destroyed. Does that mean that half of all other token will be destroyed to keep the same proportion. Or proportion will be kept except for pre -ICO and all token used for marketing since they are already allocated,


3) About the bonus structure,

I am not sure about the bonus structure when i look at the graph showing it. I would tend to guess that between 0 and 50 ETH = no bonus, between 50 ETH to 500 ETH = 5% bonus, between 500 and 3000 ETH = 10% bonus and 3000 ETH and more = 15% bonus.

But i don't know much about smart contract and it might be possible to make the bonus linear and some one investing 25 ETH could expect 2.5% bonus + the bonus by time witch have the same problem (is it changing every day or only twice)


let me know if my comments are all clear enough

Thanks

1 year ago

good point with kickico

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Hey Luc, awesome comments. I hear ya we need to organize the white paper and road map to be easier to understand. Adding the fund part after the list, makes sense. Want to make it sounds smooth to the tongue, but I will see how we can add that. In addition, the Yup is just the currency on our application. Come July 2018 we will allow users to invest using the Yups. We actually will call our funding IRO's not ICO's. Meaning Initial Revenue Offerings, this will involve introducing the crowdshare (an asset that is a piece of revenue) However, we are not mentioning this to keep it simple. Just saying you will buy revenue/royalties when you get funding. We are already working on the legal side for this, we just have to follow royalty laws as a safe bet. But of course we are decentralized, and the rules will be changing in this game, so it is exciting. The reason we burn the unsold Yups, is to keep the value of the Yup that will come from the ICO. All unsold Yups that are allocated to the ICO will be automatically burned, it is how it is set in the smart contract. We will keep the ratio of allocated YUPs to the stakeholders (team, advisors, reserve, etc.) on the even ratio. Regarding the bonus structure, you are right. We are working on a new chart to make it more clear. That will be done shortly. Thanks buddy, appreciate the feedback. Have my vote!

1 year ago

Hey,

overall I do like the design and I also find it easy to follow (e.g. "How it works")

However, starting with "What if Karma...", we see four lines of text that just seem a bit lost in the middle of the page.
How would you find to add one icon to each of the four statements?

Example:
Add an icon such as a ROCKET next to the sentence "By connecting...the enormous untapped potential..."
You can arrange the four icons with text next to each other like this: Icon-text; icon-text; icon-text; icon-text

I find this more appealing as visitors would have a picture in mind for each statement.

Hope this helps!
Thank you, great idea, by the way.

André

1 year ago

Thanks Andre, we'll have a go at remaking this section to be more clear

1 year ago

Hi,

as pointed out in email, this is a fantastic improvement over the old one. Including the info graphic and a proper timeline really helps. Design looks sleak.

Minor nits:
- Spelling mistake 'recieve'
- Inconsistent capitalization of YUPIE

Content:
- Tagline: "What if karma was worth money?" It's not immediately clear to me what the meaning of Karma is in this context. Wouldn't 'product feedback' be clearer?

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Thanks for noticing the spelling error. Also, we have had another mention that too regarding the Karma quote. What we are trying to say is that by helping and being supportive, good things will happen (ie. return in revenue to our users) But I agree that this is not understandable. We probably should make a change. So I like what you are proposing, "what if product feedback was worth something?" Also, one idea could be: "Finally, your comment is worth something."

1 year ago

Totally agree with your comment to the "Karma" statement

1 year ago

I love the design.

The copy is spaced well and the tone is strong. It is informative and engaging. The use of graphics is good and displays information in an easily digested way.

The call to action buttons are well placed and should achieve high conversion.

Great job!

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Cheers Adam. Will be adding shortly team, partners and advisors by the beginning of the week.

1 year ago