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May 01, 2018, 09:22:11 PM
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Changing the game, forever…




Voted ‘Vyper Best Bounty Contest’
We’re Giving Away 30,000,000 TYPE Tokens...
Sign up: https://vyper.io/c/3909fawsf




Empowering Creators...
Decentralised Content Creation Platform

Piracy is a huge problem for content creators. Typerium plans to change that, forever.  We're building a decentralised content-creation platform, social media network, and marketplace, that's geared towards the more than 2.4 billion content consumers worldwide.



Why is Typerium needed?

Typerium is needed to protect the intellectual property of content creators, to facilitate a cost-effective and global creative currency, and to create a thriving decentralised marketplace for buying and selling digital content.




Core Team

The Typerium team is made up of many talented and highly skilled individuals. We are constantly looking to expand our team, so please get it touch if you are interested in joining. Here is a look at some of our core team members, advisors, and independent consultants.




Built for success

Typerium is a new business, but business certainly isn’t new to our core team. Here’s a breakdown of the key attributes some our core team  bring to Typerium.

Alexander Haigh (CEO)
Alex is the founder of the UK’s leading online font technology development and licensing business, HypeForType. Alex has single-handedly built a business that has provided more than 35,000 fonts to 13.8 million users in 165 countries. HypeForType has developed technologies that bring type to screen, consumer products, user interfaces and provide substantial commercial value for the world’s leading brands including Adidas, Apple, Disney, Google, Loreal, Nestle, Nickelodeon, Nike, Selfridges, Sky TV, Starbucks, Sony and Vogue.


Shahpour Abbasvand (VP Design & Development)
Previously appointed as Creative Director at the globally admired agency AKQA, Shahpour is an innovative team leader who specialises in creative and technical application development. Before leaving AKQA to pursue other opportunities, Shahpour worked with the Philips product and software development teams to help drive their digital transformation. During this time, four new products were launched and time-to-market was shortened, which successfully redefined the company’s market position by adding $500 million to their brand value.


Ali Kurtze (Blockchain Team Leader)
Ali is a software development expert who has successfully driven a team of 27 developers to deliver the highest quality software products for branding. These include projects for Breaking Bad, Nissan, and Sony. With a wide range of experience, Ali has built, recruited and structured large development teams. He also has a solid background in team leadership, so Ali will be the driving force for all blockchain-related development on the TYPE Protocol.


The world’s leading brands rely on us

We have established key relationships in our existing businesses, which have enabled us to design, license and develop for some of the world’s leading brands.




Roadmap

Roadmap dates may be anticipated and subject to change, given the nature of software development.





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May 02, 2018, 08:47:12 AM
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Looks interesting. Check out this Typerium ICO review by SkrillaKing:

https://bestcrypto.tv/954/typerium-ico-review/
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May 02, 2018, 11:23:27 AM
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Undoubtedly piracy is an actual problem in our time and if your project helps in solving this problem - it will be cool. Good luck!
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May 02, 2018, 03:58:14 PM
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Hi Everyone! We will pop in here from time to time during the crowdsale, however we are exceptionally busy so our team who have created this post will be able to get back to you with any questions you may have. Please feel free to join our community on Telegram where we are active 24/7.

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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.

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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.

INGOTCOIN.IO || BRIDGING MARKETS – AN ALL INCLUSIVE ECOSYSTEM
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.

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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.

INGOTCOIN.IO || BRIDGING MARKETS – AN ALL INCLUSIVE ECOSYSTEM
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.
what do you mean?
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May 04, 2018, 01:17:39 PM
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.
what do you mean?
One of the main problems is, that reviews and ratings are generally restricted to each central marketplace, and it can take significant time and resources to build up a good reputation.

INGOTCOIN.IO || BRIDGING MARKETS – AN ALL INCLUSIVE ECOSYSTEM
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.
what do you mean?
One of the main problems is, that reviews and ratings are generally restricted to each central marketplace, and it can take significant time and resources to build up a good reputation.
Does it mean, If a merchant has great reviews on Amazon, for example, these don’t really help them if they choose to expand or switch over to a new marketplace?
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.
what do you mean?
One of the main problems is, that reviews and ratings are generally restricted to each central marketplace, and it can take significant time and resources to build up a good reputation.
Does it mean, If a merchant has great reviews on Amazon, for example, these don’t really help them if they choose to expand or switch over to a new marketplace?
Exactly. They will have to start all over again, and expend the necessary time and resources to achieve good reviews and high ratings in the new marketplace.

INGOTCOIN.IO || BRIDGING MARKETS – AN ALL INCLUSIVE ECOSYSTEM
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.
what do you mean?
One of the main problems is, that reviews and ratings are generally restricted to each central marketplace, and it can take significant time and resources to build up a good reputation.
Does it mean, If a merchant has great reviews on Amazon, for example, these don’t really help them if they choose to expand or switch over to a new marketplace?
Exactly. They will have to start all over again, and expend the necessary time and resources to achieve good reviews and high ratings in the new marketplace.
According to a Nilson Report, credit card fraud will cause $31.67 billion in losses globally by 2020. The LexisNexis 2016 True Cost of Fraud Study states that e-commerce and m-commerce merchants lose 1.4% and 1.7% of revenues respectively to fraud, which significantly cuts into the profit margins of many online businesses.

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May 04, 2018, 01:32:39 PM
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.
what do you mean?
One of the main problems is, that reviews and ratings are generally restricted to each central marketplace, and it can take significant time and resources to build up a good reputation.
Does it mean, If a merchant has great reviews on Amazon, for example, these don’t really help them if they choose to expand or switch over to a new marketplace?
Exactly. They will have to start all over again, and expend the necessary time and resources to achieve good reviews and high ratings in the new marketplace.
According to a Nilson Report, credit card fraud will cause $31.67 billion in losses globally by 2020. The LexisNexis 2016 True Cost of Fraud Study states that e-commerce and m-commerce merchants lose 1.4% and 1.7% of revenues respectively to fraud, which significantly cuts into the profit margins of many online businesses.
This is really a serious problem. Hope Typerium will help to overcome it!
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.
what do you mean?
One of the main problems is, that reviews and ratings are generally restricted to each central marketplace, and it can take significant time and resources to build up a good reputation.
Does it mean, If a merchant has great reviews on Amazon, for example, these don’t really help them if they choose to expand or switch over to a new marketplace?
Exactly. They will have to start all over again, and expend the necessary time and resources to achieve good reviews and high ratings in the new marketplace.
According to a Nilson Report, credit card fraud will cause $31.67 billion in losses globally by 2020. The LexisNexis 2016 True Cost of Fraud Study states that e-commerce and m-commerce merchants lose 1.4% and 1.7% of revenues respectively to fraud, which significantly cuts into the profit margins of many online businesses.
This is really a serious problem. Hope Typerium will help to overcome it!
It will, cause Typerium was created to protect the intellectual property of content creators, to facilitate a cost-effective and global creative currency, and to create a thriving decentralised marketplace for buying and selling digital content.

INGOTCOIN.IO || BRIDGING MARKETS – AN ALL INCLUSIVE ECOSYSTEM
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.
But there are a lot of reviews and rating systems. They provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Despite how useful reviews can be, they also pose challenges to merchants.
what do you mean?
One of the main problems is, that reviews and ratings are generally restricted to each central marketplace, and it can take significant time and resources to build up a good reputation.
Does it mean, If a merchant has great reviews on Amazon, for example, these don’t really help them if they choose to expand or switch over to a new marketplace?
Exactly. They will have to start all over again, and expend the necessary time and resources to achieve good reviews and high ratings in the new marketplace.
According to a Nilson Report, credit card fraud will cause $31.67 billion in losses globally by 2020. The LexisNexis 2016 True Cost of Fraud Study states that e-commerce and m-commerce merchants lose 1.4% and 1.7% of revenues respectively to fraud, which significantly cuts into the profit margins of many online businesses.
This is really a serious problem. Hope Typerium will help to overcome it!
It will, cause Typerium was created to protect the intellectual property of content creators, to facilitate a cost-effective and global creative currency, and to create a thriving decentralised marketplace for buying and selling digital content.
Very promising project. I believe in its success!
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The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are still a range of problems. One of the most prominent is a lack of trust & transparency.
why this problem is so urgent?
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or Amazon.

One of the biggest problems merchants face is the same that consumers do. They need to trust that they are not being targeted by individuals who have the intent of being fraudulent in their actions. We will employ smart contracts to have both providers/consumers earn a "trust" rating, to protect BOTH sides. The end goal is to roll-out this platform and payment method across the current centralized idea of marketplaces, so that Typerium users will be able to publish their content to ANY platform.

Cheers.
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