Bond Film Platform
Bond Film Platform
Token: BFP


A New Economic Model for Film and Video

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-04-25
End date: 2018-05-25

Registrated in: USA

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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Bond Film Platform token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries USA
Soft cap 250,000,000 BFP
Hard cap 500,000,000 BFP
Tokens for sale 500,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
66 %
66 %
Price 1 BFP = 0.08 USD
Price in PreICO 1 BFP = 0.07 USD
Acceppting ETH
Bonus in ICO

Investors in the first $1 mln will pay $0.07 per BFP Token.

All remaining pre-sale tokens will be sold at $0.075 per BFP Token.

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Bond Film Platform

WHITEPAPER
©BFP

2017
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Legal Notice
Disclaimer
Why we believe the Bond Platform is long overdue
The Problem
The “BOND” solution
Why existing solutions don’t work
Market
Who are we?
So how does BOND work, exactly?
Author
User-Subscriber
User-Investor / Crowdinvestor
Diagram
Token Economy
ICO
BFP Token
Content Ownership
Monthly Subscription Payment
Authors
Financial Goal of Content Proposal
Crowdinvesting
Who can create Content Proposals and initiate Crowdfunding campaigns ?
How Are Campaigns Organized?
BFP and other currencies
Subscription Revenue Distribution
Disclaimer
General Explanation
The Formula
Formula Constants
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Bond Film Platform

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2017
Legal Notice
The purpose of this Document is to provide an information about BOND project to potential holders of BFP
Tokens. The information given herein is not exhaustive and it does not imply any contractual obligations and may
be considered only as the marketing information about project. This Document is intended to provide basic data
on the project to potential token holders based on which it will be possible to decide upon purchasing BFP
Tokens.
Certain statements in this Document and informational documents of the BOND constitute “forward-looking
information” under applicable laws. Except for statements of historical fact, information contained herein may
constitute forward-looking statements. When used in this Document, the words “may,” “will,” “should,” “project,”
“anticipate,” “believe,” “estimate”, “intend,” “expect,” “continue,” and similar expressions or the negatives the...

Bond Film Platform

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©BFP

2017
Disclaimer
We are not responsible for transfers made to any incorrect wallet IDs and you and your
agents agree to release us from all loss or damage suffered in connection with such
transfers whether directly or indirectly;
You have obtained independent legal and financial advice about the risks associated with
buying BFP Tokens, or you knowingly and voluntarily elected not to do so;
BOND FILM PLATFORM has the right to refuse any order for any reason, which is at our
absolute discretion and you hereby agree to release and indemnify us in the exercise of that
discretion.
You further acknowledges that cryptocurrency involves risk, especially through price
fluctuation. As cryptocurrencies are not regulated and backed by any central bank, there is a
chance of total loss.
We cannot be held liable for any consequences of the unforeseen risks.
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Bond Film Platform

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Why we believe the Bond Platform is long overdue
The Problem
In the last two decades, the film and video industry has undergone a
revolution. From a strictly centralized system – in which distribution was
limited to cinemas and television, and in which only a handful of creators
had the means to make content – we have moved to a new world.
Anyone can now become a creator, and consumers have hundreds of
ways to discover new content and watch the things they like – from
YouTube to Netflix to creators' personal blogs and websites.
This revolution was powered by the emergence of cheaper production
tools and online streaming opportunities. Those have, in turn, brought
about new consumption models, such as

binge-watching

for serialised
content or

following

for videoblogs.
What the current ecosystem lacks are fair and decentral...

Bond Film Platform

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©BFP

2017
The “BOND” solution
We asked ourselves:
What if we take the corporations and executives out of the game and let
the audience invest in projects they believe in?
Instead of letting one or two people in suits guess what the market
wants, we are allowing the market to make a decision itself!
And instead of letting the big players get the streaming revenues,
we split them between Content Creators and Crowdinvestors.
Why existing solutions don’t work
In the last 10 years a few models have emerged that try to close the
content financing gap and address the need for decentralization.
Their sole existence is a proof that the problem we are talking
about exists.
But all those solutions provide only a halfway remedy, without changing
the model as such.
Let’s take a look at some of the existing models, which create content
markets and incentivize the production of new content.

Bond Film Platform

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Crowdfunding Platforms (Kickstarter, Indiegogo, etc.)
They do allow creators to get funds for a film or the series pilot, but the
money comes in form of support from the crowd and

NOT as a proper
investment

. So while they might help “kickstart” some projects, they do
not work as a long-term business model.
The crowdfunding platforms are also not designed to serve the specific
needs of film and video industry. Creators have to take care of content
distribution and look for ways to get revenues, simply because there is
no single platform which provides solutions for all those processes.
At BOND,

crowdinvesting is an organic part of the video streaming
service

. Our video streaming platform will generate advertising traffic for
new

Content Proposals

in a natural way: users who will be watching
or...

Bond Film Platform

WHITEPAPER
©BFP

2017
Also, consumers of premium content prefer to pay fixed monthly fee
rather than be forced to view advertisements.
Just a few decades ago, the

economy of “pay per view”

was considered
the de-facto standard for all types of good quality content distribution.
Companies charged users per song, per album, and per TV show. Even
some movies were released step by step to various markets – and via
different media types – to maximize profits for the big movie production
houses.
This ”pay per view” economy was and sometimes still is a very
ineffective way for consumers to access good quality content. This
became even more obvious as alternative entertainment options began
appearing online for free. The cost of participating in the “pay per view”
economy eventually contributed to the rise of online piracy.
At some point, big corporations realized that fighting ...

Bond Film Platform

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Here, we have outlined a few key features which make Bond Platform so
unique and revolutionary.
WITH BOND PLATFORM
WITHOUT BOND PLATFORM
One platform to raise funds, stream
content, connect with fans and collect
revenue
Content Creators have to use different
platforms for funding, distribution,
publishing and revenue collection and lose
a lot of fan potential in the process
Direct financial feedback between Content
Creators, Crowdinvestors and Audiences
Executives in production houses decide
which content gets produced and which -
does not
De-centralized revenue distribution -
Content Creators and Crowdinvestors win
Centralized revenue distribution -
Corporations win
Transparent and clear business-model for
online content
Ambiguous business-models,
non-transparent revenue distribution
Truly global Crowdinvesting with
c...

Bond Film Platform Roadmap

1
October, 2017
Team Assembled. Project Launched. Advisors onboarded.
2
April, 2018
pre-ICO and ICO Launch. ICO Closed.
3
May, 2018
Development of Bond Content Licensing Agreements. UIX and Streaming Platform development. Negotiations with Content Creators (Authors) about Pilot Projects.
4
Middle of Q3, 2018
Streaming infrastructure (CDN) is ready. Basic platform UIX/Logic for video streaming and crowdinvestment is ready. First Pilot Projects selected for Crowdinvesting. Exclusive content selected for platform launch. Legal agreements between Bond and Creators are prepared and signed.
5
Start of Q4, 2018
Alpha version of the platform. All coin-based transaction services are working via Smart Contract: user subscription, crowdinvestment, revenue distribution. Pilot Projects start preparing Crowdinvestment pages. Authors prepare their content for online distribution. Alpha users test UIX, streaming quality and monetary transactions.
6
Middle of Q1, 2019
Beta-testing period starts: invite-only registrations for Crowdinvestors and dedicated beta testers. Pilot projects publish their crowdinvestment pages. First investment opportunities open. Content is made available for streaming. Development of TV streaming solutions (Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, KODI, Fire TV, etc.).
7
End of Q2, 2019
Beta-testing finished. First Pilot Projects funded. Final preparations of all services for public release.
8
Start of Q3, 2019
BOND official public release. Marketing campaign.Scaling of the project.
9
Q4 2019 - Q1 2020
First original content from Pilot Projects released. Bond platform shows constant user base growth. Bond token (BFP) starts trading on major exchanges.
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