Apollo Currency
Apollo Currency
Token: Apollo


Apollo - All-In-One Cryptocurrency

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-03-30
End date: 2018-05-28

Registrated in: Undefined

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Abstract ................................................................3
Introduction.......................................................4
Competition........................................................5
Problem Statement............................................9
Apollo Solution.................................................10
Olympus Protocol........................................................
11
Hermes Blockchain......................................................
12
Current Features...........................................................
13
Future Features.............................................................
14
Vision..................................................................15
What is Apollo?.................................................16
Coin Distribution Event...................................17
Currency
Allocation.....................................................
18
Roadma...

ABSTRACT
Apollo is a new cryptocurrency commissioned to become the most
advanced, feature rich available. Its main goal is to provide users with
an effective all-in-one currency with which they can buy and sell with
complete assurance of privacy.
Apollo will be the first cryptocurrency to give users the ability to
buy, sell, send and receive invisibly, all while offering significantly
more features than its competition. This stealth is accomplished by
offering a private transaction option, IP masking, coin shuffling,
un-blockable nodes and an integrated decentralized exchange.
These features will take possibilities for cryptocurrency to new
heights while eliminating the ability for governmental regulation.
We foresee rapid, mass adoption of Apollo as on top of offering
the fastest, most private transactions, Apollo will boast many
capabilities never before combined into one currency.
The crypto world is aching for a universal, all-in-one currency
delivering the most cove...

Over the past nine years, the
world has seen many different
cryptocurrencies. The creation
of Bitcoin, in January 2009, was
a timely intervention during a
period when investors around
the world had lost faith in
centralized financial systems.
The deep-seated corruption that
was unmasked by the 2008 credit
crunch, was a warning that we
can no longer trust anyone but
ourselves with our finances.
The continued problem
of security, regardingour
identities and privacy,
has become a hot issue.
The last ten years has
shown that not even
leading democracies
can be trusted with
our financial liberty
.
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Apollo offers absolute freedom
and total control in an alternative
decentralized framework.
Harvard Business Review quoted, “To protect the blockchain vision from
political pressure and regulatory interference, blockchain networks rely
on a decentralized infrastructure that can’t be controlled by any one
person or group.” This freedom inspired blockchain is the core vision
of Apollo. Unfortunately, as we will lay out in this document, current
cryptocurrencies although mostly decentralized, have many flaws that
allow for an outside entity to easily control and regulate. Apollo offers a
solution indefinitely free from political pressure.
THE PRESENT
CRYPTOCURRENCY
The goal of Apollo is to replace the great
number of niche currencies with one platform
combining the best features currently
available. An overview of the leaders of the
market shows how Apollo will quickly take
the lead in terms of superior offerings.
5
...

TOP GENERAL
CRYPTOCURRENCIES
Bitcoin
This is the product that gave birth to blockchain technology. The creator
Satoshi Nakamoto could only foresee a certain number of problems
that this currency could solve. By 2018, Bitcoin has long departed from
its maker’s goal of being the perfect alternative means of exchanging
value, to what is now a highly inefficient currency. Bitcoin transactions
face the problem of being extremely slow, so much so that a transaction
can now take days to confirm, making it unrealistic to be used by
businesses. Bitcoin transactions have also become too expensive,
as users making small payments often have to pay transaction fees
which can be as much or even more than the monetary amount they
are sending. Many cryptocurrencies compare themselves publicly with
bitcoin, as it is an easy rival to beat in terms of functionality and features.
Instead, we choose to compare Apollo with only the most advanced
cryptocurrencies available.
Ethereum <...

TOP PRIVACY
CRYPTOCURRENCIES
Dash
This is the most widely used and most valuable privacy-focused
cryptocur-rency. Dash has been among a few cryptocurrencies which
offers users some form of privacy when sending transactions. But,
for Dash, this privacy comes with severe limitations and no absolute
freedoms. There are limits to the amount one can send or receive
with its Darksend feature, which is essentially a simple form of coin
shuffling. Even then, before a transaction can achieve a reasonable
level of privacy, it requires several sessions of Darksend. Your IP address
(physical location) is always vulnerable making it a poor choice for a
privacy currency.
Monero
This currency was created with the goal of providing users with a
completely cloaked transaction. However, outside of a simple private
transaction Monero relies on an over-bloated blockchain that offers
little else in extra features. It does not have the ability to send public
transactions, which ...

PROBLEM
STATEMENT
The main problem with cryptocurrencies on the market is that
they are built to work within a niche, focused on a few features
to offer something slightly different or improved to users.
In almost every case these currencies are built using bulky
blockchains that cause slower transactions as more users are
on the network. These are simply not sustainable for the long
term. Even current top currencies offer very limited possibilities.
They may have desirable features but limited decentrality and
no private transaction option, opening them up to be highly
regulated, or vulnerable to an attack on the user’s privacy
Currently governmental regulation, such as the ones imposed
in China and Venezuela, are the single biggest threat facing
cryptocurrency. Any cryptocurrency which has privacy
loopholes, with which governments can leverage, will always
be under imminent threat.
Current currencies which offer privacy do so in a very limited
capacity,...

APOLLO
SOLUTION
Utilizing a world class team the Apollo Foundation is offering the all-
in-one currency capable of replacing every other on the market.
Solution:
1. Olympus Protocol
2. Hermes Blockchain
3. Current Features
4. Future Features
1. OLYMPUS PROTOCOL
1. IP Masking
IP masking utilizing advanced technology, including tor, will soon be
integrated into the Apollo wallet allowing for seamless, untraceable use
of the wallet and all of its features.
2. Public and Private Transaction Options
Perhaps one of the most important features in Apollo is the ability to
choose between private transactions and public transactions. This allows
any user the ability to send unlimited private transactions that will not
trace back to their wallet. Public transactions are also possible allowing for
mass adoption.
3. Integrated Decentralized Exchange
The decentralized exchange integrated into Apollo will allow anyone to
buy, sell and trade wit...

Apollo Currency Roadmap

1
Creation of Apollo
2
Fan store available
3
Non-technical whitepaper release
4
Web wallet release
5
Monetary and asset systems integrated
6
Coin distribution event
7
Wallet 1.0 windows, linux and osx
8
Full source code release
9
IOS wallet 1.0 release
10
Apollo added to exchanges
11
Android wallet 1.0 release
12
Wallet 2.0 (upgrade)
13
Smart contracts
14
Full technical whitepaper release
15
Apollo/BTC exchange integrated (into wallet)
16
Wallet 3.0 (upgrade)
17
Olympus protocol released
18
Wallet 4.0 (upgrade)
19
Apollo project voting
20
Hermes blockchain upgrade