Trust Funding Coin
Trust Funding Coin
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TFC conducts crowdfunding by listing only excellent businesses in the Trust Funding Platform (TFP)

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-04-15
End date: 2018-07-31

Registrated in: Switzerland

Platform: Ethereum

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Trust Funding Coin token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Soft cap 1400000
Hard cap 14000000
Tokens for sale 280000000
Token distribution in ICO
10 % of investors who have participated in Pre- ICO 60 % of investors participating in ICO 7 % development report and advisor 7 % is the founder 15 % of development funds
10 % of investors who have participated in Pre- ICO 60 % of investors participating in ICO 7 % development report and advisor 7 % is the founder 15 % of development funds
Price 1 TFC = 0.05 USD
Acceppting ETH
Bonus in ICO 50%
Our core value and business model at Trust Funding Association (TFA) focus on the protection of the assets of our investors. We pledge to use Trust Funding Platform (TPF) to analyze business feasibility of ICO and crowdfunding in the rapidly growing virtual currency and to monitor and review the distribution of the new coins. In addition, we will enable our investors to anticipate profits as well as protect their assets by sharing select information with the investors. Furthermore, the investors will not only be able to preserve parts of their invested assets through Trust Funding Insurance (TFI) even in case of fraud, but also enjoy a wider scope of benefits simply by joining the TFC (Trust Funding Coin)Holder Club. In sum, our objectives at Trust Funding Association (TFA) are to allow the investors to create profits while receiving protection. The protection of investors is the core value at TFA.

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Table of Contents
Summary
3
What is ICO?
4
Problems in ICO Market
5
Problems in Crowdfunding Market
6
Introduction to TFA
7
Introduction to Trust Funding Insurance (TFI)
8
Business Structure of ICO/Crowd Funding
9
Structure of STORYFUNDING Business
10
Introduction to TFC Holders Club
11
About TFC
12
TFC ICO Schedule
15
ROADMAP
16
Disclaimer
17
2
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SUMMARY
Our core value and business model at Trust Funding Association (TFA) focus on the
protection of the assets of our investors. We pledge to use Trust Funding Platform (TPF) to
analyze business feasibility of ICO and crowdfunding in the rapidly growing virtual currency
and to monitor and review the distribution of the new coins. In addition, we will enable our
investors to anticipate profits as well as protect their assets by sharing select information
with the investors. Furthermore, the investors will not only be able to preserve parts of their
invested assets through Trust Funding Insurance (TFI) even in case of fraud, but also enjoy
a wider scope of benefits simply by joining the TFC (Trust Funding Coin)Holder Club.
By executing MOU in the technological/sales perspectives with the coin companies newly
emerging in the virtual money market, we at Trust Funding Association (TFA) will screen
companies for fraud potentials during the initial phase, and promote and register only
companies with s...

What is ICO?
ICO is the acronym of Initial Coin Offering. This is the event also known as

crowdsale
,”
in which the company that developed the cryptocurrency offers it to
the public for funding purposes. In general, certain quantities of encrypted tokens
are released to the public during ICO.
If investors interested in the encrypted token purchase them by paying Bitcoins
and other cryptocurrency, the coin company procures the fund with which they can
achieve continued growth, and the investors become entitled to the equity share
in the tokens.
Typically, the company conducting ICO allows the investors to purchase the coins
at a discounted price during pre-ICO and ICO. For this reason, if investors
evaluate certain coins to have a good prospect and business feasibility, they can
anticipate larger profitsby aggressively investing earlier.
WHAT IS ICO AND HOW TO MAKE MONEY ON IT?
4
...

Problems in ICO Market
As the ICO market becomes the more popular, larger number of companies are
participating in this market as a financing method. However, different countries
and corporations have different viewpoints regarding the approaches to ICO and
the cryptocurrency. The fundamental problem derives from the fact that there is
no uniform regulation for ICO: separate ICO regulations exist for various countries
and local jurisdictions. As such, investors and coin companies are expected to fully
understand the applicable regulations in their country or area when participating in
and executing ICO.
Yet another problem is the absence of the universal standards. For instance,
Ethereum and Bitcoin process transactions using different back-end technologies.
Though this type of diversity may be conducive to the blockchain innovation, it can
cause difficulties in resolution of problems caused by the lack of compatibility
among the developers.
The last problem is the cost. In order to l...

Problems in Crowdfunding Market
Although crowdfunding is achieving a substantial growth in volume, the largest
problem with the conventional crowdfunding model is that the users who sponsor
or participate in the funding campaign are kept from information about the status
their invested projects. There is an abundance of other related problems in the
current crowdfunding model, which are addressed briefly in the introductory part
of this white paper.
First, there is a high risk of fraud with ICOs under the current model, with a large
number of campaigns grossly miscalculated more exaggerated in terms of their
value and the success prospect .
Second, access to crowdfunding projects is increasingly becoming more restricted.
Only certain places in the world allow crowdfunding, and different regulations are
enforced by different economic agencies.
Third, platforms or some crowdfunding institutions charge large commissions
(15~20%) when raising funds.
Fourth, even projects known prom...

Introduction to TFA
We at Trust Funding Association(TFA) will strive to resolve problems in the
crowdfunding market. First and foremost, we are planning to focus our capabilities
on enhancing reliability by registering and managing only new companies that
passed business feasibility review and fraud screening conducted our internal
verification team. Trust Funding Platform (TFP) is the technology platform for the
crowd funding market. This platform is user-friendly and intuitive and is the
complete fund-raising tool to resolve all problems faced by the creators trying to
realize their ideas.
Unlike other platforms based on crowd participation, investors can quickly
participate in funding projects within minutes using Trust Funding Platform (TFP)
created with our superb technology. Within Trust Funding Association (TFA), Trust
Funding Insurance (TFI) will be offered for preservation and protection of the
investor assets, which will prevent larger losses by preserving a certain amount of
<...

Introduction to Trust Funding Insurance (TFI)
A very important component as well as the supreme safety device, TFI is the
insurance company for investors funding verified businesses. Of course, although
TFA experts conduct two audits, verification, and evaluation to validate the
companies, we prepare for the worst case scenarios through this mechanism. TFI
is applied to all investors without additional charges. 70% of the investment
principal is preserved if the crowdfunding project fails and up to 50% is preserved
at the maximum in case the ICO funding fails. However, the insurance is not
applied to StoryFunding.
Storyfunding
ICO
Crowdfunding
Capital preservation
General investors
Holders Club member
n/a
n/a
20%
50%
50%
70%
8
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Business Structure of ICO/Crowd Funding
As for ICO Funding, after execution of MOU with the party in charge of the
corresponding business in regard of the ICO for the new coin, the agency service
is provided for ICO sales and meet-up activities for the corresponding coin. The
verified company carrying out ICO will be registered at TFP and when the
recruitment of investors is completed, 3% of the funds raised by the offering is to
be paid to TFA by ETH and 5% by the coins issued by the company. The 3% paid
in ETH will be dispensed for TFP/TFI insurance assets and the costs for
management, maintenance and repairs and upgrading. 5% paid in the coins issued
by the company will be distributed to the TFC Holders Club.
In the case of crowdfunding, investors possess the equity share of the company
and can exercise all types of relevant rights as the shareholders, such as
participating in all types of company decisions. Investmentsare made in the form
of equity shares to the businesses currently unde...

Trust Funding Coin Roadmap

1
Oct 2017
Project Concept and Design
2
Nov 2017
Design of the project execution methodology
3
Dec 2017
About configuring project teams
4
Jan 2018
TFA-ICO Design
5
Feb 2018
TFA ICO Site Deployment
6
Mar 2018
Site Deployment Testing and ICO Preparation for Progress
7
April 2018
Pre-Sale Starts
8
May 2018
Public-Sale Starts
9
Jul 2018
Public-Sale End
10
November 2018
TestNet Launch
11
March 2019
MainNet Launch(TFA)
12
2Q 2019
TFA operational in Austrailia, England
13
3Q 2019
TFA operational in Singapore, Los Angeles
Justin Cha
Team member Justin Cha Project Manager

Edward Keem
Team member Edward Keem Token Architect

Michael Kim
Team member Michael Kim Product Development

Peter Nam
Team member Peter Nam Legal Counsel

Peter Seo
Team member Peter Seo ITT Architect & Project Manager

Michael Kim
Michael Kim
Product Development
CEO and Founder of CoinInside
CTO, Co-Founder
CTO, Co-Founder
Full-stack Developer
Business Development Advisor
CEO & Founder of CoinInside
CEO & Founder of CoinInside Former executive of EA, Microsoft, Blizzard, Wargaming, and Havok
CTO, Co-Founder
Peter Nam
Peter Nam
Legal Counsel
Co-Founder - Financial Analysis & Lead Communications