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A lot of effort goes into achieving a successful ICO and part of this process is coming up with a professional ICO whitepaper. This “simple” document conveys a complete picture of your project and should convince your target audience including capturing the interest of the unprepared. Therefore, it is pertinent you source for a professional assistant to complete your whitepaper prior to launching an ICO. A professional white paper should include the following MAJOR sections in order to clearly lay out the objective of the ICO project as well as people behind it.

Problem

Start writing your ICO whitepaper by identifying the pain pushing you to take action. Under this section, identify the problem you are trying to solve as well as people affected by the problem. More so, how does the pain affect them and how many people are affected. A professional ICO whitepaper writer should identify such features in order to place the project in context.

Solution and product description

Prior to jumping into this section identify the “why” context of your project. This will help in bringing forth the solution which should be well detailed in this section as the product description. In simple terms illustrate how the product will relieve the pain discussed in the first section. Bring in the breath of fresh air which shows the project vision of making the world a better place after achieving your goal.

Also in this section discuss the market opportunity and business model as well as marketing and strategy employed in the project. Such section will add business plan appeal to the white paper essential to improving the feasibility of the project.

Token commercialisation and economics

Also known as cryptoeconomics communicate to your audience on whether the sale of tokens is capped or uncapped. Communicate in clear terms how the funds raised will be used and show accountability of every dollar raised to woo investors to your side. Demonstrate mechanisms available to incentivise or encourage token use. Finally, illustrate what will happens to unused tokens from the ICO will they be burned, sold or recycled.

Team members


Team members encompass an important element of ICO whitepaper usually detailing the project team biographies. It is possible for investors to get on board even with a not very convincing idea just because the angel investors will believe abilities of the team remember Android was once a camera operating system! Therefore, include the team qualification as well as past successes and it’s a plus if they have experience in the blockchain domain.

Legal requirements and guidelines

ICO regulation and compliance is increasingly becoming a thorny issue for project developers and investors as well. Therefore, create a legal framework and guidelines that delaminates legal issues such as general information relating rights (on dividends and interests) conscious of the country of operation securities law. All this is important to satisfy proper disclosure requirements and show commitment to regulatory scrutiny. Other information to include under this section includes knowledge required; risks associated with the token acquisition, governing law and arbitration, warranties and representations and important disclaimer clauses.

Roadmap

Include a detailed plan ideally 12 to 18 months showing the development roadmap. For instance, listing on exchange and launching of the beta version should at least be included in this section as the minimum sub-sections.

Take away!

In addition to above salient features of an excellent ICO whitepaper I will give a couple of take away! realised as important in my career in copywriting especially for ICO whitepaper.

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Does my white paper answer at least 90 percent of reader’s questions e.g. problem, solution?
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13  Economy / Services / Cleaning up this forum on: February 21, 2017, 02:16:47 PM
I would like to put out a call to others to see if there is interest in cleaning up this subforum.  There is a lot of scammy, and potentially illegal, services being offered here and very little response from the moderators or the community to call this out.  I am really surprised there are not rules about what kinds of things can be posted and that stuff that is obvious scams continue to be offered with no reprisal.

Partly I am just ranting and venting my frustration, but it saddens me to see how this forum has devolved over time.  Years ago, this was a place for people to find honest work and be paid in bitcoins.  Can we maybe have a bit more of that and less of the "best new signature campaign - earn $$$$" kind of nonsense?

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14  Economy / Economics / An analogy of bitcoins to deeds on: April 29, 2011, 05:49:17 PM
One of the common difficulties people have is in understanding bitcoin is the role that block creation plays on the network and the notion of what a "coin" really is.  I think for people who are not crypto geeks like many here on the forums, a much better description of this process could be given by making an analogy to deeds for things like houses.  If you think this is a good way of explaining the bitcoin network you are free to use the analogy below any way you want (even copy pasting it), if you would like you can make a donation to the address in my signature.  Here is how it would work...

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Suppose Alice builds a house in a city somewhere.  After this is done she will own the newly built house and to prove she owns it she can point to a deed at city hall that looks something like this: (New House, Alice).  The two entries on the deed are the (seller, buyer) of the house and represent signatures at the bottom of the deed.  In this case there is no seller since it was a newly built house so Alice just signs as the buyer accepting ownership of her newly built property.  Now suppose that at some time later Alice decides to sell the house to Bob.  He gives her $100,000 and they go down to city hall to have a new deed drawn up an filed in the vault: the new deed looks like this (Alice, Bob).  Since there is now a deed on file that shows Bob as the last person in the chain of owners going back to when the house was built, Bob can now say he owns the house because he, and he alone, has the authority to sign a new deed that looks like (Bob, someone) at any point in the future.

Now suppose that people wanted to start using houses as a currency.  Houses are much too valuable to be traded for ordinary day to day purchases so some way of making "change" must be provided.  To do this what city hall could do would be to offer the following service: instead of issuing deeds only for the whole property, they would also allow sellers to sell just some portion of their property.  Returning to the house Bob owns, suppose he wants to use some of it to buy a $10,000 car from Eve and Eve is willing to accept 10% of Bob's $100,000 house as payment.  Bob and Eve go down to city hall and have a new deed drawn up that looks like this (Bob, Eve 10%).  This means that there is now not just a single chain of (seller, buyer) deeds going back to the original buyer, but a chain that has a "fork" in it.  For this particular house, Eve is the owner of 10% of it since she could decide to have a new deed drawn up transferring all or part of her 10% stake in the house, and Bob owns the other 90% and can have deeds drawn up whenever he wants transferring all or part of that for things he wants.  City hall simply keeps filing the new deeds in the vault and also checks every time it allows a new one to be drawn up that the seller really owns the portion of the house they are selling.  The way they do this is by simply following the chain backwards starting at the last deed that the seller has on file and making sure it can be traced all the way back to the original builder of the house.  If such an unbroken chain of deeds exists than the seller can transfer that share and they let the new deed be drawn up and filed, otherwise they refuse to put it in the vault with the other deeds.

This chain of ownership may get quite long and even fairly complicated with small chunks of the house being broken off and transfered to other people and then later on some of those pieces may be recombined to make larger chunks (for example a car dealership selling lots of cars in exchange for 10% chunks of the house).  At any given time there may be hundreds of owners each owning a bit of the house but if you add up the shares of all those people at any point in time they will always add up to exactly 100% of the house.

This process is exactly analogous to the way that the ownership of bitcoins works.  New coins are created out of thin air by "miners" which are computers that repeatedly solve a math problem needed to make the bitcoin network secure.  This devotion of computing resources to running the network is analogous to Alice building the house originally.  The problem that they are solving is basically doing the work that city hall was doing in the above example: they are checking that newly created deeds are valid by tracing them back to the original miner that created them and then storing the valid deeds in a vault every ten minutes.  Just like in the example above, ownership of the bitcoins can be transferred from Alice to Bob by adding another deed on the end of the chain of deeds with Alice as the seller and Bob as the buyer.  Furthermore, they don't have to transfer their entire stake in bitcoins, but are allowed to transfer portions of it down to very small amounts (0.00000001 of a bitcoin is the smallest "piece" of a bitcoin that the system will allow you to trade).

The reward of 50 new bitcoins being created for each block solution found by a miner will eventually be cut in half to 25 per solution.  It will continue to be cut in half every so often until the total number of bitcoins in existence adds up to exactly 21 million.  This is like the city above running out of land to build new houses; ownership of existing houses could and would still be traded there just won't be any deeds for new houses showing up, only deeds for transfers parts of already existing houses being passed from person to person.  After the supply of new coins dries up the reward for mining will dry up as well.  As this happens the network will gradually transition to a system of transaction fees set by people willing to make a transfer of bitcoins (i.e. to have a new deed drawn up, verified, and locked in the vault).  The sender of bitcoins will specify who they want them sent to, plus some other amount they choose to be given to whoever finds the block solution that allows the deed to be sealed up making the transfer final.  Since the sender of the coins sets the fee themselves (and they can set it to 0 or any small amount they wanted to) the miners will compete to claim these fees.  Some miners will work only on trying to very quickly find solutions for transfers with large fees in them, while other miners may choose to harvest the many other small or 0 transaction fee transfers and try to make money that way.  By this process a market price for different service classes will evolve, people willing to pay higher fees will get expedited service, while people paying little or no fee will still get through but will have to wait longer for their transfers to become finalized.  People not wanting to pay fees but still do transfers quickly would be able to set up their own mining computers (something anyone anywhere can do) and try to find solutions for block that contain their transactions, effectively doing the job of city hall themselves.

Because the supply of bitcoins is finite, divisible, and easily transferable they satisfy the criteria to be used as a currency, just like the houses above could be used as a currency.  The bitcoin network is not theoretical, it is up and running now and has been processing dozens of transactions per hour for some time now.  If you want to start running the mining software that supports the system (like building new houses) or start trading things to other people for some of their bitcoins (like Bob buying Eve's car) you are free to do so at any time and since the system is open, you will be able to continue trading them as long as you are willing to, even if that means running the network yourself.
15  Economy / Marketplace / Exchange trading rules questionnaire on: April 25, 2011, 10:54:23 PM
I think it would be good to have a discussion regarding the rules surrounding how bid/ask orders are placed and the rules used to fill them.  By trading rules I mean things like: minimum size orders for placing orders, minimum tick size in terms of price per bitcoin, etc.  It would also be nice to establish what the various rules are for each exchange and how they resolve issues like what price does an order settle at if the matching bid/ask offer being used to settle it are for different amounts.  I think a good way to start this discussion, as well as to improve the overall confidence in the exchanges themselves, would to put together a standard list of "questions" about how the exchange works.  Each exchange owner can then answer the questions and post their responses somewhere on their exchange.  This will allow users of the markets to make better choices about which market would best fulfill their needs, as well as increasing their confidence in the safety and stability of the markets themselves by letting them know the exact rules by which that particular market is governed.

Note that I do not intend for this to be a discussion about what rules any particular market should abide by, this is intended to be solely about what kinds rules the market should have have a stated position on.  To give an example of what I mean, one rule is regarding the minimum tick size for pricing.  I do not want this to be a thread about whether there should or should not be a minimum tick size on any or all of the markets, but rather, is this a rule that a market should have a stated position on: even if that position is that for their market there will be no minimum tick size.

Hopefully after a bit of discussion we can come up with a good list that each market will then be able to respond to on their market's rules or help pages.  To get us started I have tried to compile a good list of questions that the more established markets tend to have rules about (NYSE, NASDAQ, LSE, etc).  There are probably many other questions that the various markets should have a stated position on.  If you come up with other questions you would like to see added to the list post them below and I will try to include them in the main list so it is easy for the exchange operators to respond to.

-Buck



-  Is there a minimum size for bid/ask offers to the market?  If there is, is the minimum size determined by the number of BTC or the other currency involved in the offer?

-  Is there a maximum size for bid/ask offers, and if so what currencies form the basis for the limit?

-  Is there a maximum outstanding position limit? For example, regardless of whether there are limits on the size of an individual offers, is there a maximum number of bitcoins that can be put up for sale (or for bid) by a single trader at one time?

-  Are there daily per trader volume limits?  For example, can a single trader sell 1 million BTC in one trading day, or are they limited to some maximum volume per day?  Is this volume a separate limit on buying/selling or is it a limit on the sum total of the trading activity?

-  Is there a minimum price tick?  By this I mean, what is the finest precision that is allowed for the rate of bitcoins to other currency; i.e. if there are standing orders at $1/BTC can a new offer be placed at $1.000000001/BTC?

-  Are all currently outstanding bid/ask offers shown?  If some are not made public, what criteria is used to determine which offers are public and which are hidden?  For example, do the publicly available data feeds include very very low/high offers, or are only the first so many in each direction shown?

-  If some offers are not shown on the public boards, who (if anybody) has access to the full list of offers?

-  Are there any fees for entering bid/ask offers, or are there trading fees assessed on successful trades?

-  Are there fees on deposits/withdrawal of bitcoins or other currencies?

-  Is there a daily limit on deposit/withdrawal of funds to trading accounts?

-  How long do deposits/withdrawals take before they post to the account?

-  How are differences in matching bid ask offer prices resolved?  For example if Alice puts up 50 bitcoins for sale at $1.00/BTC and Bob puts in a buy offer of $1.10/BTC, at what price will the deal close?  Does the deal always get closed on the lower, or the higher amount, halfway in between, at the price of the first person to post their offer?

-  Is trading by bots allowed on the market?

-  Whether you allow bot trading or not, is there a mechanism by which machine readable market data is made available and is there a way for bid/ask offers to be posted or canceled other than through the standard web interface?

-  Is historical data on the closing trades available, and to whom is it available?  Is the full historical data of all bid/ask offers made available even if the offers did not fill, is this data even stored at all?

-  Are there minimum or maximum times that bid/ask offers are valid for?  For example, can an offer be made and then canceled immediately, or must it remain on the market for at least some length of time?  Is there a maximum lifetime for offers or will old offers be removed from the market by the operator?

-  What are the opening/closing hours of trading on the market (and what timezone is used for this)?
16  Economy / Services / Mapping services for bitcoins on: January 13, 2011, 09:23:12 AM
I would like to offer my services doing mapping work for the Open Street Map project.  I have done quite a bit of work for the project already and as such am able to map and properly tag almost anything that is visible from the satellite photos.  For a fee I will map any area of the world that has aerial photography available.  The price would be dependant on what you would like mapped but it wouldn't be very much in terms of a per hour fee.  Below I have posted some links to work I have previously done for the project so you can see what can be done and approximately what quality of work you can expect to recieve for the area you request mapping for.  I can map anything you can see in the imagery available from the satellite photos at Yahoo maps or Bing maps.  I will have the rest of the week available to work on this project full time.

I think this is a good way to help both the Open Street Map project as well as the bitcoin economy.  If others would like to offer their services in a similar fashion make a post in this thread containing your OSM username as well as links to some examples of your work and prices like I have provided and I will try to edit this post to keep all the current offers in the first post of this thread.

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OSM Username: AndrewBuck

Mandan, ND, United States
I have added all the buildings visible here (approximately 1/3 of the  downtown) -- 0.5 BTC per city block
Other features in the city (baseball diamonds, sidewalks, bikepaths, etc) -- 5 BTC per hour

Fargo, ND, United States
Buildings -- 0.5 BTC per city block

Ibadan, Nigeria
I have done almost all of the main cluster of streets, rivers, and marketplaces here -- 5 BTC per square mile

Faisalabad, Pakistan
The area in the lower left of what has been mapped was done by me (this is where the hi-res imagery begins) -- 1.0 BTC per square mile

17  Economy / Marketplace / Offering bitcoins for 3d animation work on: December 26, 2010, 03:26:49 PM
I am the lead coder on the OpenDungeons project, which is an attempt to remake the classic Dungeon Keeper games.  In order to help both the development of the game as well as the bitcoin project I have decided to offer payments of bitcoins to people who contribute 3d animation to the project.  I have put in 200 bitcoins and one of the other developers has offered $50 which can be used to buy more btc if the supply of 200 runs out.

I am looking for 3d meshes for creatures, as well as skeletons and a basic set of animations for each.  The work does not have to be super high quality since they are just meant to be used for testing/concept development, but I will consider paying higher than the amounts listed for models which are of sufficiently high quality.

The forum post with up to date offers of what we are looking for can be found at the beginning of this thread on our forum.

http://forum.freegamedev.net/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=790

Hopefully there will be some 3d artists here that are interested.

-Buck
18  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Source code documentation on: July 15, 2010, 09:30:23 PM
Hello to the other developers, I finally got a working build environment set up on my Ubuntu machine here and have been perusing the sourcecode a bit.  So far I like what I am seeing, the program makes use of the standard template library to avoid messy data structure code and the class structure seems to make pretty good use of public/private access to promote modularity.

The thing that really seems to be lacking though is a good organizational structure between the .h and .cpp files, as well as a lack of function documentation.  I would be happy to start writing documentation for the functions using the doxygen documentation system.  I am using this on OpenDungeons which is a game I am the lead coder on and it has served me well.

For those that are unfamiliar with it, Doxygen works by reading your sourcefiles to extract information which it automatically collects (like function parameters, class organization and inheritance, etc), as well as information you add yourself (comments describing what functions do, what variables are used for, etc).  After it parses all of the code it produces  a directory containing a bunch of HTML files which are very well crosslinked and easy to navigate.  It can also be configured to autogenerate neat little call graphs showing what subfunctions are called from each function (so you can trace dependancies/bugs).

All in all Doxygen is an excellent system and I would be happy to get it set up and begin writing documentation for the functions (at least the ones I can figure out anyway) and provide patches so they can be uploaded to SVN.  I don't want to do this though if other developers would be opposed to it so I wanted to post here before I got started.  Let me know if you would like me to do this.

EDIT:  In case people want to see what the documentation on an existing system looks like, here is a link to the documentation for the OGRE 3d rendering system.  The best place to get a feel for the documentation is to click the "Classes" link at the top and then look at the pages for a couple of classes.

-Buck
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