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Author Topic: Difference: Exscudo, Monaco, TokenCard  (Read 288 times)
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June 08, 2017, 01:37:04 PM

They all launched (launching) ICO and asking for money (bitcoins), all promises a visa card.

But essentially what's their difference. And who is leaving more on the table aka which founders are benefitting least from the token sales.

Have looked into Monaco ICO white paper the founders are getting equivalent of 83.33% of the tokens given to public from the ICO, that looks hefty lot, not to mention another equivalent of 33.3% for ESOP talents, 16.67% for advisors and another 100% reserved.

Verbatim from the white paper:

During the Token Creation Event, we imagine that exactly 1,000,000 MCO are created in response to incoming payments.
After the Token Creation event ends, the following additional MCO are created:
• 1,000,000 MCO for the Reserve
• 833,333 MCO for the Founders
• 333,333 MCO for the Talent Pool (future hires)
• 166,667 MCO for the Advisors
In total, 3,333,333 MCO are created of which 1,000,000 MCO are transferable upon the completion of the Token Creation Event.

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