0xcert
0xcert
Token: ZXC


Supporting Uniqueness

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-06-26
End date:

Registrated in: Slovenia

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

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Cryptocurrency Smart Contract
0xcert whitepaper
Video
0xcert token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist Yes | Restriction for countries USA, China
Soft cap 5,000 ETH
Hard cap 20,000 ETH
Tokens for sale 250,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
50%
50%
Acceppting ETH
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Abstract
0xcert is an open source permissionless protocol for non-fungible tokens on the
blockchain. These tokens are stored in cryptographic wallets and are owned by users.
In addition to common functions for transferring and managing standard non-fungible
tokens, the 0xcert protocol provides another layer of conventions for creating certified
non-fungible tokens for unique assets. These tokens are called Xcerts and are created
through a custom minting process. Xcerts represent opinionated non-fungible tokens,
which also hold an imprint of an asset. With 0xcert protocol, we can validate a proof of
existence, authenticity and ownership of these digital assets without third-party
involvement.
0xcert is a framework with a set of on-chain and off-chain rules for managing Xcerts
and other standard non-fungible tokens. Our mission is to equip application developers
with a secure blockchain agnostic platform, powerful tools and community embraced
conventions for managing non-fungible tokens. 0xcer...

Disclaimer
This Whitepaper has been issued by 0xcert d.o.o. (the “Company”) and should be read
in conjunction with the Company’s terms and conditions (the “Terms”).
The purpose of this Whitepaper is to provide prospective purchasers with the
information on the Company’s project to allow the prospective purchasers to make
their own decision as to whether or not they wish to proceed to purchase a ZXC token.
This Whitepaper does not constitute an offer or invitation, sale or purchase of shares,
securities or any of the assets of the Company.
As of the date of this Whitepaper, the information contained herein is accurate to the
best of the management team’s knowledge, taking into consideration that there are no
other facts of omission, which would make any misleading statements in this
Whitepaper. No representation, warranty, assurance or undertaking is made as to its
continued accuracy after such date. The information contained in this Whitepaper may
be subject to modification, su...

Prospective purchasers of ZXC tokens are wholly responsible for ensuring that all
aspects of this Whitepaper and the Terms are acceptable to them. The purchase of ZXC
tokens may involve special risks that could lead to a loss of a substantial portion or a
loss of the entire purchase amount. The purchase of ZXC tokens is considered
speculative in nature and it involves a high degree of risk. The Company does not
represent, warrant, undertake or assure that the ZXC tokens are defect/virus free or
will meet any specific requirements of a prospective purchaser. You should only
purchase ZXC tokens if you can afford a complete loss. Unless you fully understand and
accept the nature of and the potential risks inherent in the purchase of ZXC tokens, you
should not purchase ZXC tokens.
The purchase of ZXC tokens is only possible after the prospective purchaser has read,
understood and accepted the Terms. Each prospective purchaser will be required to
acknowledge that they made an independent decision to pur...

This Whitepaper includes market and industry information and forecasts, which the
Company obtained from internal surveys, reports and studies where appropriate, as
well as market research, publicly available information and industry publications. Such
surveys, reports, studies, market research, publicly available information and
publications state that the information that they contain has come from sources
deemed reliable; there is no assurance as to the accuracy or completeness of such
included information.
The Company does not make or purport to make any disclaims, any representation,
warranty or undertaking in any form whatsoever to any entity or person. Including any
representation, warranty or undertaking about the truth, accuracy, and completeness
of any of the information set out in this Whitepaper.
Statements made in this Whitepaper are based on the law and practice currently in
force in Slovenia, which is a country in the European Union and are subject to changes
in accordance with...

Table of Content
Abstract
1
Disclaimer
2
Table of Content
5
1. Introduction and Vision
7
2. Opportunity
9
3. Solution
12
4. 0xcert Protocol
15
4.1 Overview
15
4.1.1 Fungibility
17
4.1.2 Decentralization
18
4.2 Specification
19
4.3. Xcert
20
4.3 Framework
21
4.3.1 Devkit (SDK)
22
4.3.2 Decentralized exchange
22
4.3.3 Decentralized minter
23
4.3.4 Continuous integration
23
5. Use cases
24
5.1 KYC
24
5.2 Academic credentials
25
5.3 Art
26
5.4 Collectibles
27
6. Ecosystem
29
6.1 Participants
30
6.2 Promotion & Growth
31
6.3 Partnerships
31
6.4 Ecosystem Growth Pool
32
7. Token economy
33
7.1 Token purpose and Use cases
33
7.1.1 ZXC within dapps
33
5
...

7.1.2 Decentralized governance
34
7.1.3 Issuer Verification Registry (IVR)
34
7.2 Implementation
35
8. Structure
36
8.1 Corporation Structure
36
8.2 Governance
36
8.3 Token
37
8.4 Exchanges
38
8.5 Voting
38
9. The business side of things
39
9.1 Business model
39
9.2 Go-to-market strategy
39
9.3 Competitive landscape
40
10. Timeline
41
10.1 Development roadmap
41
10.2 Milestones
42
11. Token distribution event
43
11.1 Token and crowdsale info
43
11.2 Token distribution
44
11.3 Distribution schedule
45
11.4 Funds allocation
46
11.5 Participation in the token sale
47
12. Team
48
12.1 Team
48
11.2 Advisors
49
Disclaimer
51
6
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1. Introduction and Vision
We are living in one of the most exciting times since the beginning of the Internet. The
advent of blockchain has redefined technology and set the course for the future of
everything. Banking, insurance, advertising as well as many other industries are
adopting this new paradigm of governance through a new concept introduced by
Satoshi Nakamoto back in 2007.
Although blockchain’s utility has expanded to numerous use-cases, the core value of
the technology remains. It is a tamper-proof, transparent and secure decentralized
ledger that maintains a list of records that cannot be altered retroactively. Blockchain
was first built for the financial capital; now it is ready to take on social and professional
capital: achievements, qualifications, accreditations, credentials and certification.
But the really exciting paradigm shift comes with blockchain’s ability to tap into the
physical world.

With the introduction of unique decentralized assets presented ...

2. Opportunity
The most common tokens of today's crypto economy follow the Ethereum's ERC-20
specification. These tokens are used for a specifically defined utility within predefined
systems and thus carry value. Tokens that are issued by the same source are identical
and mutually interchangeable. This characteristic is called fungibility, hence these
tokens are called fungible tokens. Token holders can buy and sell these tokens on
exchanges, which is also the primary mechanism of their price valuation.
Recently, another form of tokens, called

non-fungible tokens (NFTs

), started getting
attention in the crypto community. Non-fungible digital assets represent the next stage
in the blockchain evolution. The first good use case for NFTs was introduced with
CryptoKitties. These were one of the first popular crypto-collectables: assets that were
unique and could be stored in your Ethereum wallet. You could buy, sell, trade and even
breed them. Later on the Ethereum ...

0xcert Roadmap

1
Q3 2017
First proposal of the blockchain certification technology
First MVP for deployment and verification of certificates
2
Q4 2017
Shift towards open-source
Explore wider adoption and a protocol approach
Xcert smart contract draft
Technical paper draft
3
Q1 2018
Pivot towards ERC-721 for assets on the blockchain
Proof of protocol concept
DEX draft implementation
4
Q2 2018
Joining forces with ERC-721 standard lead author, William Entriken
ERC-721 complete implementation with bounty
Xcert complete implementation with bounty
DEX alpha implementation
Xcert minter alpha implementation
0xcert scanner alpha dapp
Technical paper 1.0
5
Q3 2018
Whitelist/KYC certificate dapp (another PoC for crowdsale)
Crowdsale PoC certificates used
Protocol draft on Ethereum mainnet (limited)
DEX alpha dapp
6
Q4 2018
Protocol 1.0 (Ethereum) - Odin
Framework 1.0 (protocol features, application layer)
DEX 1.0 dapp
Minter 1.0 dapp
7
2019
Protocol 2.0 (Ethereum, second chain) - Aragorn
Framework 2.0 (notification system, community requested features)
Pilot dapp for selected vertical 1
Pilot dapp for selected vertical 2
Curated registry
Urban Osvald
Urban Osvald Head of Community

Leon Panjtar
Leon Panjtar Full Stack Engineer

Tadej Vengust
Tadej Vengust Solidity Developer

David Ličen
David Ličen Lead Front End Engineer

Luka Kacil
Luka Kacil Senior Blockchain Developer

Nick Stein
Nick Stein Head of Content

Miha Gams
Miha Gams Project Manager

Lenka Tušar
Lenka Tušar Content Creation

Petra Kosi
Petra Kosi Marketing Manager

Gregor Ažbe
Gregor Ažbe Junior Front-end Developer

Jure Jakomin
Jure Jakomin Head of Growth

Matic Užmah
Matic Užmah Customer Success

Tomaž Železnikar
Tomaž Železnikar Community Manager

Kim Fairley
Kim Fairley Strategic Partnerships

Moe Levin
Advisors Moe Levin

Jure Jakomin
Jure Jakomin
Head of Growth
Bounty Manager
Romina Kavčič
Romina Kavčič
Design Strategy
Romina Kavcic
Romina Kavcic
Design Lead
William Entriken
William Entriken
Lead author of ERC-721
Moe Levin
Moe Levin
CEO of Keynote
Public Sector Advisor
CEO of Keynote
Founder of Blockchain Forum
CEO, Keynote
Keynote, World Blockchain Forum
CEO of Keynote
Advisor
Advisor
Public Sector Advisor
Keynote (Founder and CEO)