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What do you think of combining the concept of a security and utility token?

What do you think of combining the concept of a security and utility token?

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Hello Crowdholders,

As you know, the YUP token has a utility cycle. Businesses buy YUPs to place tasks which get rewarded to the users. Thus, why a cycle comes into play. Users can liquidate tokens as disposable income with businesses purchasing YUPs to create tasks. In order for this to show significant results we have to keep increasing clientele and the amount of active businesses on our app. This is continuously growing on our application, so we are on our way, but it takes time. However, this may not result in an increase in price but more of a stable price as the system more reflects buyers matching sellers in it's perfect form.

It's common knowledge to understand if there are more buyers than sellers, price goes up. CH is committed to the utility type system as it creates natural volume. But how can we spark more buyers than sellers? This could be through a hybrid solution by combining both a utility and a security.

Lets look at the concept of royalties. This represents a share of revenue being paid out as dividends. In a traditional way of handing out royalties, a lawyer would create a royalty document where we place the name and address of the person receiving the royalties. They would also showcase us a bill with their name and that shows their proof of address. They then sign the document and then voila! You have a royalty agreement promising we payout a % of revenue. This doc can be used for every person we want to give royalties and they sign it, and our lawyer takes it with two copies, one going to us and the other going to the royalty holder. Now, when an investment happens for royalties, they need to send the money from their bank to the business bank account. The bank is required to do aml/kyc thus the transaction is verified and it's a real person. This is already organized on some exchanges (in a way replacing the bank process). However, when you look at IDEX where YUP is traded this is not happening. You just connect your wallet and that's it. So this is less of a viable option legally. So here is the idea we are contemplating for 2019.

Our goal for the end of the year is to make December the first month we make profit. Right now we are close to break even with expenses and revenue each month. With a company goal to increase revenue by 20% this month and every month following. It's important to begin making profit before initiating revenue royalties to all token holders (if the idea is suitable and legal), so as a company we sustain our operational costs.

Our lawyer would create a royalty agreement or better yet we call it a "revenue sharing reward agreement" allowing any person in the world to sign it digitally placing their name, address and uploading a proof of address such as a bill. For users like yourself earning YUPs this is easy, as you are not giving us money or buying from someone else to be a YUP holder. Thus, name and address we would assume is sufficient as you invested "time" not "cash." However, if a YUP holder buys from IDEX and wants to receive our "revenue sharing reward" this becomes more of a grey area. So your input on this matter will be valuable.

We want YUP holders to be able to stake their tokens in our app and receive a share of our companies revenue. If you are a YUP earner on our app, you're ready to go. But if you bought from IDEX or our ICO, you would need to sign up and stake your tokens on our app. Dividends would be paid in ETH. This could be even paid out every month, quarterly or a half year (we would have to decide). The ETH dividends would show up in your profile to withdraw. Right now % of revenue we would give out is not yet determined. First, we are looking into how we can legally do this or legally bend the rules by inventing a new system. I see no reason, why we can not digitalize a traditional royalty agreement with an e-signature on our app, that would be the same thing as signing in person (if a YUP holder stake gives their name address and proof of residence (a bill uploaded).

This is when you guys come in:

  • What do you think of this idea?
  • Would people hold because they want to earn dividends while businesses buy our token to place tasks, thus creating more buyers than sellers?
  • How can we legally do this? I understand we could just use an aml/kyc plug in tool, but costs become associated with this towards our operations.
  • Can we do it ourselves from what we proposed? Or do you have a better idea?
  • Do you know other companies doing a hybrid security/utility solution? 

Please take your time, ask a friend who is a lawyer, even do some research. Keep in mind this would be planned and executed for 2019 by finding the best solution.

We look forward to your feedback! 




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This idea is great..especially the part when the holder get dividens..it's great because it's pay in ether..and it will prevent the dump of this coin ...Its great for holding for long term..so the risk it getting dump at some point is decrease..However,i don't know how we can do this legally except just use an kyc plug in tool or something..im sorry for that..Btw i know some companies that doing a hybrid security/ultility solution,like NEXO or some short of it..u can make loan,get dividinds(pay in NEXO of course),buy stuff and etc.It's seems that only this coin have that idea to pay in ETH,so it's awesome.First of a kind maybe haha

1 month ago

Elric Drost

Creative session specialist, likes to go out of the box.. and beyond

Not completely first. I got payed out 1.07eth in dividends already on my ETIT from eth.town. But that kind of a game, so a bit different. Also at NEXO they said "Dividends are calculated in USD and paid in your Nexo Wallet in ETH and/or NEXO Tokens and/or USD stable coin, whichever creates greater value for NEXO Token holders at the given moment" So it doesn't give you certaincy in what coin you will be paid. Still the first time for a platform like this of course.

1 month ago

Crowdholding is one of the best projects.
Fantastic project! I support you! I really trust this symbolic luck for us. GREAT IDEA, GREAT CONCEPT AND GREAT TEAM. Keep moving forward.
Good luck!

1 month ago

The number of members will increase with the method you have specified above. Dividend distribution will be attractive for all users if done on a quarterly basis.
In addition, it seems reasonable to make payments with ETH.
KYC procedures can be applied to increase system reliability.

1 month ago

Callum Roxburgh

I'm an Entrepreneur who writes about, invests in and advises ICO's and startups.

From my understanding of securities regulation you are only required to do KYC/AML checks on the transactions where you are actually involved in the exchange. For transactions that take place somewhere else like an exchange it is the responsibility of the exchange to conduct those checks if required by law in the jurisdiction in which they operate. Similarly because your token is on the Ethereum platform there is nothing to prevent two people from exchanging your token as a private transaction. I think if you do KYC/AML on every transaction you are personally involved in then you will bear no legal liability for exchanges done by third parties.

1 month ago

This seems like a very good idea. I agree that every people would buy YUP and want to hold them to receive dividends would be implemented. This can significantly increase the general public's interest in buying and holding YUP token and not just by their users within the app. When this happens the value of the YUP's will certainly increase the value, benefiting all the users and parties involved in this project. Legally, I do not know how it is done, but the ideas presented seem to me viable. Congrats for the great job you are doing to make this project grow and make it a benchmark in the industry.

1 month ago

If you put any kind of security features into a utility token, it will require KYC/AML/CTF and securities compliance due to each country's own legal regulations. There is no escaping that, which is why there are numerous projects attempting to offer various solutions in the different levels of the token security stack. Eventually, full-stack solutions will be available instead of a piecemeal approach.

In the meantime, your problem is similar to high token velocity so the following article should be helpful for ideas of what you can do: https://multicoin.capital/2017/12/08/understanding-token-velocity...

2 months ago

this project idea is good.
yes some people will hold to get dividends, the wallet on IDEX against KYC is YUP's constraint. maybe it can be overcome by creating a special contract wallet / smart that has been done at this time. unfortunately I have no lawyer friends to discuss this

2 months ago

This is a great project. Holding the token will increase the value

2 months ago

For my approach to find more buyers then sellers we need to find more ways to demand of the token. For example as many project do, you can make quarterly or yearly token burn. If you have lower supply then this will also gives more value to the token.
Moreover you can make a new system where more token holders could get more "project tokens". The calculation of the total earned tokens can be multiplied % of the circulating supply that the person has. This will help people hold more token and they will not eager to sell them.
In conclusion pay out of the dividends must be ETH, or other old coins (You may chose other cheaper or lower tranfer cost coins maybe NEO). That will prevent YUP prize drop in addition you will have lover transfer costs

2 months ago

You create more buyers than sellers by providing an useful service. Giving YUP to people who "stake" creates more sellers than buyers in the long run (sometimes in the short one, too)

I was under the impression that YUP had some revenue sharing planned from the start?

https://medium.com/@tatianakoffman/your-official-guide-to-the-sec...

Here you go, how legal security tokens are done.

2 months ago

In my opinion staking coins are doing generally great! There are even coins out, that haven't any use case or don't bring any benefits to the community but there is huge interest in these coins just for the fact that you can earn staking dividends.

I don't understand, why you don't just use Proof of Stake instead of the before described prof of residence, signed by a lawyer and so one... Why do you need AML/KYC in the first place? With POS holders (in your wallet only, not on exchanges) get their dividends. People, who earn their YUP by contributing will be less inclined to sell and some will invest just to get dividends. By an increasing interest of the holders you will make yourself a bigger brand and businesses will flock to your service, simple as that.

Please let me know, if I got your point! To me it seems, that you make things to complicated, but you should instead go for the easier and already proven solution, which is POS.

I personally have not found anything as good as crowdholding yet, continue to provide a great service and this project will be a success for sure!

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Technically we don't have to do KYC/AML we are just worried law officials could go after us in the future. But also, KYC and AML, will help for identifying spammers and fake accounts within CH. We could prevent people from gaming our system... so it could be used for making sure we don't have them on our app too.

2 months ago

Makes sense. Anyways, please use civic or any similar service. First of all, it is very tiresome to do KYC/AML for any project you are interested. And second and most important, lately I avoided projects that requested KYC upfront, because until a project is very well established, you don't know if you can entrust them your informations.

2 months ago

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Thanks Thomas, does makes sense. Checking out Civic as we speak. But you brought up an interesting point. We should be careful to not go over board with a difficult aml/kyc to collect the revenue shares. So will investigate deeper of a smoother process. Cheers.

2 months ago

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Please could you fix my account problems? I contacted you already on telegram some days ago, but today telegram seems to be down.
-my avatar is black (seems that is not just my problem)
-I am not able to participate in twitter bounties for some reason

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Hey Thomas, seems we got you Avatar working. I had reported your problem to dev, will send them a reminder to fix regarding twitter , if they haven't done it already

2 months ago

Thank you.

2 months ago

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this is very good, with a concept like this one will still choose to hold a token yup rather than sell it and that will make the token price increase.

2 months ago

TheCrypto .Tips

I do both things that measure our entire World => UX & TA

1. Amazing idea! Great way to gain active users and make the platform grow.
2. I believe so, it increases the reasons to buy (for both) and decrease the reasons to sell.
3. Maybe co-operation with a project who already has built-in KYC?
4. Or maybe just wallet integration (signed wallet, EOS account)
5. Civic, Nuggets, SelfKey, TheKey

2 months ago

wan abu bakar wan rahman

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good idea..protection..offcourse!

2 months ago

I think this is a good idea. It will trigger holding instead of dumping and keep the token stable.

Personally i don't like KYC because of fraud issues. Your data and privacy is worthy!!
In many Airdrops/ICO's/surveys your KYC and other data is more valuable than the coins/tokens/benefits you get. People often don't realize.

How to legalize it i can't say. Maybe partner up with a specialized 'provider' out there. Security rules will be tightened in the near future.

2 months ago

Its a brilliant idea of combining Security token and Utility token...it will help people to HODl for long term for divident and will make this token stable..

2 months ago

Firstly, wanting to distribute a portion of the company's earnings through a dividend is really a good idea and would avoid the quick sales of your token.
Secondly, from the moment you distribute income, it is absolutely essential to perform a KYC to avoid having multiple accounts with the same name and therefore cheat!
In conclusion, I really think it's a very good idea to build loyalty.

2 months ago

the concept of security and utility combined token makes a lot of sense and am up for it. i think this would help boost adoption both on small scale crypto enthusiast and also for operations. trust is everything...

2 months ago

Yes, I am all for the utility-security token hybrid. Though, I do really like the idea of having KYC verified users receiving dividends. That also creates a new metric to further analyze the Crowdholding ecosystem's health - the # of YUP being staked by verified users.

As far as KYC integration goes, I recommend looking into Civic as I've seen their CEO, Vinny Lingham, speak at a couple events and he's doing quite a bit of speaking at events. The project is pretty well-known in the crypto space and I'm sure quite a few people reading this would likely agree. They seem to be building the integration tools to make it very easy for KYC/AML standards to be met as well with their developer portal.

Also, Civic is giving away 333,000,000 CVC tokens to projects for free KYC/AML as a way to kick-start their ecosystem. Seem like the perfect project to consider for Crowdholding's needs and they have quite a few crypto project partners.
Here are some links about the Civic integration:
- https://www.civic.com/
- https://www.civic.com/developers/
- https://www.civic.com/solutions/partners/
- https://www.civic.com/solutions/kyc-services/
- https://docs.civic.com/

They even have an ICO/Token Sale service which would be a perfect additional feature for Crowdholding to segway into those new STO's launching security tokens:
- https://www.civic.com/solutions/icos/

This would open up many opportunities for the newly compliant securities-based projects and exchanges coming along like Polymath, Bakkt, Trade.io, and other platforms I have recently heard about launching. Polymath is probably the best example of a project Crowdholding should look at partnering with because Crowdholding will be building a base of verified users that Polymath STO's would like to tap into. They'd be verified too so they could receive the security tokens or tasks, possibly.

Hope this helps. Will keep this in mind as I navigate the space.

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Thanks for the feedback. I will begin looking into Civic and reaching out to them. Thanks to Steven De Baets he already got me in contact with Polymath and I have a meeting set up for Monday. Will keep you updated on the progress.

2 months ago

I like your idea. Of course, I want to keep the tokens and to receive dividends. But a lot of advertizing is necessary to explain to potential buyers.

2 months ago

This is an excellent idea and would increase the token value significantly, as it would obviously motivate people to HODL it and thus be less susceptible to the problems arising from token velocity (https://www.coindesk.com/blockchain-token-velocity-problem/).

I'm currently in the process of gathering information about security tokens and reaching out to several companies in this field. Notably: Polymath and Harbor. I've also reached out on social platforms to find more security tokens currently on the market, but haven't yet received any helpfull information.

The only project that I know of that has a security token is NEXO (https://nexo.io/). And I've been told that "MATE" is also currently a security; however, they 'reserve the right to convert to a utility token if the need arises' (https://medium.com/research-center/augmate-mate-ico-analysis-a-de...).

From my email inquiry I've sent to HARBOR I have received the following reply from Kevin Young:

"Hi Steven,

Thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately this is not something we can help with at this time. We are focused on tokenizing private securities - things that are clear securities - and have a pipeline of issuers we are currently working with. I'd suggest you discuss the hybrid concept with a reputable securities lawyer, as there are definitely challenges with the model you are proposing. They would be better equipped to provide legal advice.

Best of luck.

Kevin"

I've yet to hear a response from polymath. From the reaction I've received from Kevin it appears that this is a novel idea. However, the NEXO appears to function as a hybrid as well, and is worth a look as to how they do it (Link to token functionality: https://nexo.io/assets/downloads/NEXO-Token-Terms.pdf). It should be noted that there is currently an open question if they are actually registered or not. I wouldn't personally bet my money on it that they are.

If I receive more information, I'll update this post.

Keep up the awesome work!

2 months ago

I have a feeling that doing a royalties model will allow Crowdholding to continue extending the token into different exchanges that may be legal gray areas due to the KYC/AML being done on the user-side in order to receive the revenue share.

So, while there are 445,000,000 YUP in total supply, I think the royalty model would only split the revenue between KYC-verified users who have opted-in to staking their YUP to the 'royalty pot.'

The opt-in revenue-share w/ users would be beneficial because we want Crowdholding to be open to EVERYBODY to participate and earn YUP for tasks. Doing that might be able to stop YUP from being a security, thus reducing the likelihood regulatory bodies come after Crowdholding for YUP being on, say, Binance or Kucoin as a 'security.'

In other words, I think this opt-in method could potentially avoid YUP being a security which will allow Crowdholding to maximize adoption by giving away YUP to anyone.

2 months ago

Update on progress: Polymath is unresponsive - tried contacting via Facebook/telegram. Email has been sent today.

2 months ago

Update 2: Forwarded polymath email to crowdholding. Best of luck!

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

I had spoken to few lawyers, they don't really know either, so the concept is definitely the grey area. But like also Crowd Consious said, royalties would be paid out using proper KYC/aml. So if a spammer wants to use multiple accounts finding a way to gamify us, which we are always finding ways against, they won't be able to earn royalties, because only one account can be a real person on our platform. So technically royalties would be the legal proper process. Also we are not stock representing equity. From my homework, royalties are legally easier, than making us a stock option. Thanks for looking into your network to get feedback. I read the velocity article you shared. Here is some thoughts:

The articles suggestions to reduce token velocity is the following:

1) Introduce a profit-share (or buy-and-burn) mechanism:

This suggestions fits perfectly in our royalty model idea, so this would be covered.

2) Build staking functions into the protocol that lock up the asset:

Our new reward system which should be ready next week has us the ability to cover this suggestion as well. The new rewarding system limits each users amount of votes they can perform. 30% of the rewards weight will go to voters, 70% to commenters. As a voter, you only earn if you vote the populous top comments agreed by the crowd. If you vote a commenter having a none thorough comment, you drastically reduce your odds of winning crypto. In addition, votes and ranking will be hidden until the task expires. Only admins of the project will be able to see it. This brings to the point now of staking. We can in fact have voters stake YUPs as a "bet" If they choose the populous decision, they then earn more than what they staked. By betting a non thorough comment they lose their YUPs. So this is a good way to keep having our tokens staked from our users to earn from the task reward.

3) Balanced burn-and-mint mechanics:

We currently don't have this and I think we don't need to do this. Would mess up the royalty structure, so it's fine not creating this mechanism.

4) Gamification to encourage holding

This can be represented by opening future features on our app for users that hold. Many ideas can arise from this. For example: users with most YUPs (lets call them Legendary) could get a 24 hour window to be able to place first comments to a task. After the 24 hours, anyone can comment, but this gives holders of our YUP first comment advantage (of course just an idea). Our road map has us work on gamification at the end of the year. So you will definitely see some tasks from us organizing the best gamification features for you all.

5) Become a store of value:

I believe the royalty model will create a store of value for sure. People will want to keep earning dividends and most likely want to increase they YUP holdings to earn more. This also makes it easier on our side from the business perspective. We can focus on product features and models that help us generate revenue as our focus. In fact, our community will be more inclined to help us find more paying clients as they earn a % of what we make.

So in a way this system covers 4 of the 5 suggestions from that article. Thanks for sharing!

2 months ago

The concept is great. It can still be both a utility and security token, where should users wish to obtain the divided, they are to leave their Yup tokens on the site and complete the KYC process, otherwise they would not be able to receive dividends on their balances. However what the team needs to think about is whether or not should there be a minimum amount of tokens that users need to hold before they are entitled to the dividends or would everyone receive it irregardless of their balance. I believe Nexo (if I remembered correctly) has this similar model.

Aside to that, perhaps provide some incentives to token holders on the site. For example, a double stake on tasks or access to exclusive tasks/features. As more users start using the site, the chance and amount of tokens that can be earned would decrease. This could be a benefit to token holders.

"For users like yourself earning YUPs this is easy...becomes more of a grey area."
With regards to the above, I believe this is unavoidable. Else, it defeats the purpose of having it as a dividend bearing token. What I feel should be more pertinent would be the duration of the tokens held. It would feel unfair to me that I have held my tokens for a month, and someone who have just bought the tokens today from an exchange, deposits to the site to earn the dividend to be paid out tomorrow.

For more holders to buy in to holding and earning the dividends, the site would have to adopt more income generation models. I think that this might help boost holding of the tokens. Personally, if a business promises dividends, I would like to know how they are generating income for me to be sure that they are able to pay out.

Also, there should be a good curation method in place to prevent spam comments/task bots. Having a pool of moderators could help, especially so if they also upvote comments which really contribute to a project.

2 months ago

I think it is a really great idea. Where money is involved people will always be interested therefore i stongly suggest that you advertise! advertise! advertise!

Use bots that will be able to advertise make sure more people talk about it. Create a community that share the news. Lose money to make more money. Word of mouth is a great tool especially when its something good. Do promotions and it will go big guaranteed
Best of luck!

2 months ago

I think the idea of dividends is brilliant. With this one you will achieve more people to join definetely. But I hope there will be dividends for all ammounts of tokens, I mean I hope there won't be some minimum of number of tokens in possesion

2 months ago

I think this is a great idea, there will be more people involved in our community. But there are a lot of issues you need to do, I think you should create a new task on your site. It will show the name, YUP number and the price of the person wanting to sell. Entrepreneurs who want to buy will come in and choose who they want to buy YUP from. That would be more reasonable

2 months ago

Ahmad Fz

Crypto Addicted

The first questions is should we report KYC ? If the royalty or devidens earn by holders with minimum amount is possible? I think it is much more fun to cryptocurrency holders. YUP will be in the list of the investment in their note. However, if KYC is a must, i think nothing we can do. Some of cryptocurrency users don;t like it. thanks.

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

I see no reason for KYC for users putting "time" to earn tokens. The question comes if they bought from IDEX or in our ICO to get the dividends. Will need to look at this more deeply.

2 months ago

It is a great idea of the dividends.
Lendo project is following this kind of idea where they are giving loan to their customers for keeping tokens in their Lendo account. Hybrid soluthion is a big plus point for any project. I am holding all the YUP tokens those I got here becouse I know that these tokens are valuable in near years.
Good Luck.

2 months ago

Elric Drost

Creative session specialist, likes to go out of the box.. and beyond

I love the idea of the dividends. It will help to create less sellers or at least at a higher price because of the incentive to hold. On top of that startups will still want to buy them ofcourse.

Nexo is a token that is used on the nexo loan platform. It has a use case, but for the first time starting from december 2018 they will start to pay dividends to the tokenholders. But i believe they are confirm security rules.

Another project is eth town. It's a game and tokens are used all over the game. But holders also get dividends from the eth spend in the game and the floors that are sold. They just claim to be a game not an investment. Maybe you can do a game element, that still guarantees a fair distribution among holders.

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Nice find Elric, will be watching these businesses closely. Cheers!

2 months ago

Lets assume that this idea worked and now everyone is happy, yes? Sort of... You will get a new challenge which is prices will go up and lots of users will join the system. More user will be better for bounty task etc. of course but for feedback tasks it can be disaster. This means lots of spammers& copy paste people which will result with bad impact on both businesses and users. You should have an eye on this issue.

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Good call! We will be pushing a new feedback system soon (being built right now) which I believe will prevent the spammer issue. When this gets launched we will test it out with a CH task. So stay tuned!

2 months ago

Nice to know! Also one idea comes to my mind is: Limiting upvotes of a user per post(i.e. a user can upvote only 2 comments on a post.) and rewarding upvoters when project owner also upvotes the comment can push users to give and look for valuable feedback.

2 months ago

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Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

You read my mind! I described a bit how it will work in the reply to Steven De Baets on this task. Make sure to check it out.

2 months ago

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Fred Blauer

Open for business

My understanding are that security tokens are subject to more rigorous regulations, in the US and it will definitely be more complicated. Here is a good article on the subject - https://medium.com/@tatianakoffman/your-official-guide-to-the-sec..., and here are some lawyers that you could consult for detailed advice - https://medium.com/@tatianakoffman/4-security-token-structures-an...

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Thanks, will read through.

2 months ago

Amazing ....

It's greatfull idea combine security with utility token .

It's wonderfull and big project for favourite future cryptocurrency.

Brilliant ...

2 months ago

C'mon man. You just posted something similar about 15mins before posting this, Not cool

2 months ago

Umm... wow.


Okay so this is what i think.
Unfortunately I don't have a better idea except that people who want the price to go up would naturally hodl so the token would have some value to all of us. But what the odds of this happpening ? Thats where your idea comes in.


Now to your idea, "... a hybrid solution by combining both a utility and a security." its feasible - i think. And you can do it yourselves. As for the legal part i cannot say much there.


"Would people hold because they want to earn dividends while businesses buy our token to place tasks, thus creating more buyers than sellers?"
Yes. At least I would. Because the price goes up and I get to recive my dividends among other things. Win for everyone here.


I mean, if youre not earning then why are you here in the first place? so my dear people, if the team manages to pull this off plaese help by HODLING.


If any better ideas come up i'll let you guys know. But before then Good Luck - hope you settle on something better soon. If you don't, this idea should do just fine.

2 months ago

Awesome idea make this while stable price ,
It's good for our ecosystem long term stability trusted

2 months ago

The idea to combine the security and utility token is quite viable as these two concepts are interlinked as the utility cycle of life is based on the security one. The desire to earn dividends is comprehensible as the people invest to get some rewards afterward. The token is equally an investment why not to get enriched with it. The Fresco token idea is similar to a hybrid security/utility solution.

2 months ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Fresco also is doing what they call an ICD (initial coin distribution) instead of an ICO. Interesting how they are going about it here: https://medium.com/fresco-network/why-we-abandon-the-ico-give-awa...

2 months ago

Great idea, I don't think any other are doing this at the moment and of course it will make holders keep their YUP and be able to get dividends whenever it's approved.

2 months ago

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2 months ago

wow the idea is really great and genuine as we are with you at every step of your project

2 months ago