Blockchain Terminal
Blockchain Terminal
Token: BCT


Institutional Grade Cryptocurrency Platform

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-03-16
End date: 2018-03-31

Registrated in: Cayman Islands

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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KYC passing required No | Whitelist Yes | Restriction for countries China
Tokens for sale 770,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
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Price 1 BCT = 0.10 USD
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Draft v1.5
Contents
Disclaimer
4
Glossary of Terms and Names
5
1 Introduction: The Motivation
8
2 The Blockchain Terminal Solution
10
2.1 Cryptocurrency Investment Systems
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2.2 Reference Implementation
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2.3 Identified Constituents
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2.4 Design Principles
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3 The BCT Ledger
14
3.1 The BCT Ledger Elements
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3.2 BCT Ledger Technology and Architecture
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3.2.1 Transaction Capture and Synchronization
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3.2.2 Conceptual Network Architecture
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3.3 BCT Ledger Features
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6 The BCT Token Allocation and Use
33
6.1 Token Allocation
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6.2 BCT Token Utility
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6.2.1 BCT as a Unique Token for the Hedge Fund Industry
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6.2.2 Subscription and Use of Third Party Apps
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6.2.3 Token Commissions and Fees
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7 Phased Implementation Plan
36
Appendices
38
A The Blockchain Terminal Foundation
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B Blockchain Terminal Architecture
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B.1 Language Support
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B.2 Interface
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B.3 Service Tier
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5
Simplified token lifecycle showing its many different stages and relevant constituents.
Note that the public ERC20 token is bound in its complete utility to the BCT network
and has the sole purpose of representing entitlement to services provided using the native
BCT Token. Source, CGBlockchain, 2018.
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Disclaimer
This white paper does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to
purchase any securities of any nature whatsoever, nor do the contents of the document
constitute legal, tax or business advice.
Certain statements in this white paper constitute forward-looking statements, and
are subject to change. When used in this white paper, the words “may,” “will,” “should,”
“project,” “anticipate,” “believe,” “intend,” “expect,” “continue” and similar expressions or
the negatives thereof are generally intended to identify forward-looking statements. Such
forwar...

Draft v1.5
Glossary of Terms and Names

Application Programming Interface (API)
– A set of clearly defined methods
of communication between various software components.

BCT Application Store
– The CG Blockchain source for subscriptions, tools, and
services to customize the terminal work environment.

BCT Ledger
– A hybrid private/public permissioned, decentralized, immutable
blockchain ledger that enables the BCT.

BCT Token (AKA Native BCT Token)
– A native work token for BCT to
enable core services.

Blockchain Terminal
– Also called BCT, a hardware device that provides access
to a robust ecosystem of tools and services for the management of traditional
and cryptocurrency assets. It enhances capabilities for the wealth management
community and for sophisticated investors in the traditional and cryptocurrency
marketplaces and integrates with existing software and data sources. <...

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Hash
– A one-way cryptographic function that encodes data into a small fixed
size-size packet.

Merkle Tree, Merkle Root, etc
– A hash tree in which every “leaf” node is
labeled with a hash of a data block, and every non-leaf node is labeled with the
hash of the labels of its child nodes. Named for the inventor, Ralph Merkle (Merkle
[1980]).

NSlookup
– A program that lets an Internet server administrator or user enter a
host name (e.g., “whatis.com”) and find an IP address.

Order Management System/Execution Management System (OMS/EMS)
– Systems focused on facilitating and managing the order execution of securities, as
well managing internal order flow and/or routing orders to one or more parties.

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance
– The term is derived from the Byzan-
tine Generals’ Problem where actors must agree on a concerted strategy to avoid
catastrophic s...

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SNMPv3
– Simple network management protocol for collecting and organizing
information about managed devices on networks and for modifying that information
to change device behavior, now at version 3.

Sandbox
– A testing environment that isolates untested code changes and outright
experimentation from the production environment or repository, Only after the
developer has fully tested the code changes in their own sandbox should the changes
be checked back into and merged with the repository and thereby made available to
other developers or end users of the software.

Service Level Agreement (SLA)
– a contract between a service provider and end
user that defines the level of service expected from the service provider specifically
defining what the customer will receive.

Smart contract
– A computer protocol intended to digitally facilitate, verify, or
enforce the negotiation or performance of a ...

Draft v1.5
1 Introduction: The Motivation
The financial crash of 2008 and increasingly frequent cases of fraud within investment
management industries have made high finance and alternative asset classes top headlines.
Significant wealth accrued in some sectors since the last recession has been the subject of
increased scrutiny, as fund managers seem to stand as a class apart. Clients and investors,
meanwhile, pay steep management fees even as the performance of their investments in both
traditional funds and new alternative vehicles slips. With frequent headlines describing
massive frauds filling the news cycles—from Madoff to the recent US$1billion breach of the
Punjab National Bank in Mumbai—the ability to make secure and attestable transactions
directly and with absolute confidence is quickly becoming the expected security standard.
This new world of compliance and consumer protection adds complexity to routine trans-
actions and requires stepping beyond the
status quo

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A broad community of developers has created a catalog of BCT applications that
present an array of powerful new tools enabling
ad hoc
audits and delivering transactional
transparency and real-time compliance assurance. Using the BCT, investment man-
agers can assure a robust layer of security and functionality to their advancing business
strategies. At the same time, the BCT introduces capabilities for effective management
of the complexities of cryptocurrency markets and across a rapidly emerging new asset class.
The central and distinguishing feature of BCT is the use of a hybrid distributed
ledger system, one that utilizes the advantages of both private and a public permissioned
blockchains. The established Ethereum platform, distinguished by its use-tested and
reliable capacity for running smart contracts without downtime, fraud, or interference, is
the anchor for the modular productivity tools and services that are offered for the BCT
and supported by the Blockchai...

Blockchain Terminal Roadmap

1
2015
Creation. CG BlockChain proposes the initial off-chain concept for ComplianceGuard to help combat the Financial industry's fraud and transparency issues.
2
2016
Research. CG BlockChain Analyzes financial markets and identifies Hedge Fund's issues with visibility and fraud.
3
2017 January
Development. ComplianceGuard technology develops using the Ethereum blockchain to leverage the permanence of public ledger.
4
2017 Q1-Q3
Deployment. ComplianceGuard Technology distributes to more than 15 hedge fund clients.
5
2017 July
Whitepaper. CG BlockChain introduces the idea of the BlockChain terminal and system to be powered by the BCT Token.
6
2017 May
Evolution. With a proven business model for traditional financial instructions, CG BlockChain realizes the potential for transparent audit trails in the Cryptocurrecy Market.
7
2018 July
Debut. The BlockChain Terminal reveals at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami.
8
2018 February
Connection. Fastest and CG BlockChain create strategic relationship to provide order and execution management.
9
2018 March
ICO. Public Presale begins March 1st and continues until March 15. Public Crowdsale launches March 16, concluding March 31.
10
2018 April
Delivery. 200 BlockChain Terminals to be shipped to Hedge funds and other institutions.
11
2018 Q4
Apps. Third Party applications will be integrated within the BCT ecosystem, increasing the possibilities of the platform.
12
2018 Q3
Inclusion. BCT plans to launch a retail version of the BlockChain Terminal for widespread adoption.
Bob Bonomo
Bob Bonomo President, Blockchain Terminal

Nick Ghiba. PHD
Nick Ghiba. PHD ECONOMIST

Scott Walker
Advisors Scott Walker

Jon Matonis
Advisors Jon Matonis

Chance Barnett
Advisors Chance Barnett

Craig Sellars
Advisors Craig Sellars

Joel Emery
Advisors Joel Emery

Ron Quaranta
Advisors Ron Quaranta

Richard Titus
Advisors Richard Titus

Chance Barnett
Chance Barnett
Craig Sellars
Craig Sellars
Blockchain Architect
Ex-CTO Bitfinex, CTO of Tether & BLOCKv
Co-founder @ Tether, BlockV & Partner @ Block.One/EOS
Tether, Omni, Vatomic
Crystal Rose
Crystal Rose
Founder, CEO
Jon Matonis
Jon Matonis
Chairman, Strategic Adviser Bitcoin & Blockchain, Entrepreneur
Founding Director of the Bitcoin Foundation
Founder of Bitcoin Foundation
FOUNDING DIRECTOR AT BITCOIN FOUNDATION, EXCHANGE TECHNOLOGY
Chairman
Advisor
Founding Director at Bitcoin Foundation. CEO of Hushmail. Startup Team at RSA's VeriSign.
Blockchain advisor
Head of Advisory Board
Michael Terpin
Michael Terpin
CEO, TRANSFORM GROUP
CEO of Transform Group, chairman BitAngels
PR advisor
Blockchain Adviser, CEO, Transform Group; Chairman, BitAngels / USA
CEO, Transform Group; Chairman, BitAngels
Founder and CEO, Transform Group
Transform Group, CoinAgenda
Founder and CEO of Transform Group, Advisor at ICOBox
CEO, Transform Group Chairman BitAngels Managing Director bCommerce labs
CEO Transform Group, CoinAgenda, BitAngels
PR Advisor CEO at Transform Group & Chairman at BitAngels
Advisor
Transform Group CoinAgenda
Founder & CEO, Transform Group
CEO OF TRANSFORM GROUP & ADVISOR FOR ICO BOX
Primary crypto advisor
Founder and CEO of CoinAgenda
Advisor
Advisory Board Member
co-founded BitAngels
CEO Transform Group
Transform Group CEO
Advisor Blockchain Expert
Founder and CEO of Transform Group
Miko Matsumura
Miko Matsumura
Limited Partner Pantera Capital
PANTERA CAPITAL
Co-founder at Evercoin
Pantera Capital LP and founder of Evercoin Exchange
Marketing Advisor
Richard Titus
Richard Titus
Advisor
Serial entrepreneur / Co founded Prompt.ly
RAZORFISH, BBC, SAMSUNG
Entrepreneur
ARK Partners
MANAGING PARTNER OF ARK ICO ADVISORS
Business
Managing Partner of ARK VC Fund
Strategic Advisor For Blockchain ICO
Serial entrepreneur / Co founded Prompt.ly
Ron Quaranta
Ron Quaranta
Chairman - Wallstreet Blockchain Association
Scott Walker
Scott Walker
Founder and CEO, National Data Corporation
Serial Entrepreneur
Partner Distributed Network Advisors (DNA)