Boomstarter.Network
Boomstarter.Network
Token: BC


Unchain the World While Making Money

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-06-30
End date:

Registrated in: Singapore

Platform: Ethereum
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CONTENTS
IDEA.............................................................................................................................................
3
DOWNSIDES OF CLASSIC CROWDFUNDING...........................................4
MARKET OVERVIEW.......................................................................................................
7
BOOMSTARTER SOLUTION: GLOBAL CROWDFUNDING..............14
WHY DO WE NEED BLOCKCHAIN?................................................................
16
HOW SMART CROWDFUNDING WORKS
.................................................. 17
BOOMSTARTER NETWORK ECOSYSTEM....................................................
19
THE GENERAL ECOSYSTEM PLAN.............................................................
25
TOP MINER REWARD...........................................................................................
26
THE CRYPTOCURRENCY VOLATILITY......................................................
2...

THE IDEA
Boomstarter.network— a blockchain-based
crowdfunding platform with smart contracts and
crowdmining technology.
INTRODUCTION
Crowdfunding has been actively developing as investment
attraction tool on the internet since 2009, when Kickstart-
er, the most popular crowdfunding website in the world, was
launched. Since that time many similar websites have ap-
peared not only in the US, but also throughout the world.
Inspired by Kickstarter, Boomstarter team launched its own
crowdfunding project in 2012 and got to the top of the market
from its first days. Thousands of successful projects, hundreds
of thousands of backers, millions of dollars have been gathered
during 6 years of Boomstarter and Russian crowdfunding de-
velopment.
2000
Successful
projects
250
Thousand backers
have supported
the projects
Boomstarter worked hard to create a useful tool for business
and creative teams, which will support their goal...

But do the classic crowdfunding platforms use a full set of
available opportunities and methods nowadays? Does every-
one get to use this classic format?
We watch cryptocurrencies step into our lives. Thousands of
people gained new possibilities of international low-com-
mission payments for goods and services. Some of them
even use the computing power of their PCs to take part in
cryptocurrencies mining and to profit f rom it. The world has
changed — it’s time for crowdfunding to change too.
DOWNSIDES OF CLASSIC
CROWDFUNDING
Classic crowdfunding has plenty of problems that haven’t been
yet solved in the standard fundraising model used by the ma-
jority of platforms.
CREATOR ISSUES:
1. International restrictions
Citizens of only
22 countries
can place their project on
Kickstarter without a representative. The population of
these countries is a bit over 1 bln people. But there are 6
bln of potential inventors, creators and busine...

Boomstarter. In practice, it leads you to search for a rep-
resentative or an intermediary in one of these countries,
and that means new expenses for intermediary commis-
sion and for negotiation time. The intermediaries them-
selve add to the project risks - there is always a possibility
that they will disappear with the creator’s money, and it’s
the creator’s reputation that will suffer.
2. High commissions
Every crowdfunding platform charges a commission for
its services. It is their one and sometimes the only source
of income. Commission rate varies from 5% to 15% (some-
times even higher). It makes a large part of investments,
that otherwise could have been invested in the project de-
velopment. Add inevitable taxes (that can reach 20% of in-
vestments) and intermediary commissions, if you’re from
Kazakhstan, like the project from the previous example.
3. Limited ways of project investment
Cryptocurrencies become an increasingly important part
...

Sometimes - rarely, but it happens in controversial situa-
tions - fundraising platforms even resort to extreme mea-
sures and ask authors to pass extra compliance before they
get access to funds or even return all funds to backers
BACKERS ISSUES:
1. Money allocation by a creator is untraceable
Time and again we hear stories from Kickstarter proj-
ects, that gathered millions of dollars and never com-
pleted the stated goals in time. Or they have achieved a
different result from the one that has been initially de-
clared. One of the best examples — the
Pebble Watch.
Why do such situations happen? The team rarely
communicates with the purchasers, and when the
communication finally occurs, the team cannot give
the answers needed. The product is still absent, and
the unrest among backers comes close to the boiling
point. The lack of transparency in allocation of proj-
ect money often the team to spend a lion’s share of
the budget on ineffective cam...

3. Limited ways of supporting fundraising projects
In the developing world of technologies there are different
monetary tools, among them are fiat money (classic mon
-
ey) and cryptocurrencies. On classic crowdfunding plat-
forms, investments in cryptocurrency are still unavailable.
4. Inability to contribute intangibly to the project
Many users are not able to support the project with
money, but they still like the idea and are ready to par-
ticipate in projects development by other means.
5. Backing a project doesn’t yield any financial
out comes for contributors
Currently, you can buy the project’s product or receive
an intangible gratitude from the creator. But these op-
tions do not always satisfy the backers, who see crowd-
funding projects as investment opportunities.
MARKET OVERVIEW
Despite the fact that the crowdfunding market on the internet
has been now actively developing for a decade, it remains
limited even today.
After th...

Most of the active fundraising platforms are concentrated in
several key regions: the largest and most popular ones focus
on the audiences in the US and Western Europe. These regions
account for about 70%
of the total crowdfunding market value.
It should be taken into account that the number of
fundraising platforms is rather limited even for 2018, despite
the potential of the sphere: the number of large American
and European sites runs in the dozens, but in Russia there
are relatively few large ones. The growth of this sphere in
Russia is hampered by a number of “childhood” problems
of crowdfunding. First of all, it is limited awareness and
popularity of such a method of collective investment in
general and its limited transparency in particular.
The reasons for the former are quite apparent: the Russian
Federation has “stepped” into the new type of financial system
relatively recently, with potential consumers of such services
having limited financial l...

largest Russian sites were able to attract about $17 million in
collective investments. Boomstarter.ru accounts for over a
third of this amount.
In 2017, the total amount of funds in crowdfunding globally
increased by at least 40%,
while it is expected that in 2018 a
qualitative leap may occur due to the use of new solutions ,
including the use of crypto currency and blockchain as the
most promising technologies and means of payment.
The bottomline is: the market development for crowdfunding is
directly related to the market growth of crypto-currencies and
its active expansion.
THE CRYPTOCURRENCIES MARKET
The market of cryptocurrencies can be considered even more
immature than the market of crowdfunding. The conditional
reference point is 2009, when the first cryptocurrency
was established, bitcoin. What was initially perceived as a
strange idea, in a few years has become quite a profitable
investment trend , which caused an avalanche-like effect and
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Boomstarter.Network Roadmap

1
2012
Boomstarter technological crowdfunding platform launch in Russia
2
2017
Market and solutions research for smart crowdfunding
3
January 2018
Definition of the concept and technology of smart crowdfunding and the start of product development
4
February 2018
Start of WhitePaper creation
5
April 2018
- Publication of WhitePaper
- Community formation around the project
- Attraction of the first investments through private token sale
6
May 2018
Start of smart crowdfunding system development
7
June 2018
Launch of token Pre-Sale
8
July 2018
Launch of main token Crowdsale
9
September 2018
Completion of the main token Crowdsale
10
November 2018
Token listing on the exchanges
Completion of browser mining module
Completion of desktop mining module
11
December 2018
Web-platform and tools for projects placement and design
Multicurrency wallet and payment module
Multilanguage support module
User profile module
12
January 2019
Miners cryptocurrency converting module
Backers cryptocurrency converting module
13
February 2019
Product MVP. Attraction of users and full testing of the product
Internal cryptocurrency/fiat exchange module
The architecture of smart contracts for distribution of the extracted/sponsored cryptocurrency
The architecture of smart contracts for receiving and storing extracted/sponsored cryptocurrency
Start of marketing campaign to attract the first users to test the system from Russia and the CIS
14
March 2019
Solution of legal issues for entering international markets
Localization EN/RU
Working version of the smart crowdfunding platform launch and tests in collaboration with users from Russia and the CIS
15
April 2019
Mobile application launch
Marketing campaign to attract users from European countries launch
Localization of ESP/GER/FRA/ITA
16
May 2019
Marketing campaign to attract users from Asian countries launch
Localization of JP/CH
17
June 2019
Мarketing campaign to attract users from South American countries launch
AI: automated moderation of projects
18
July 2019
Full-functionality product. Implementation of AI in the processes of moderation and ranking of projects.
Marketing campaign to attract users from North America launch
AI: automated ranking of projects
Maria Dokshina
Maria Dokshina CEO & Co-founder

Ruslan Tugushev
Ruslan Tugushev Co-founder

Mikhail Svinukhov
Mikhail Svinukhov Project Manager

Evgeny Belavin
Evgeny Belavin Business Developer

Bogdan Dupak
Bogdan Dupak Front-End Developer

Alexander Pavlov
Alexander Pavlov Senior UX/UI Designer

Daria Averkieva
Daria Averkieva Head of HR

Paddy Tan
Advisors Paddy Tan

Shelby Tee
Advisors Shelby Tee

Ruslan Tugushev
Ruslan Tugushev
Co-founder
ADVISOR, FOUNDER/CEO STORIQA, TUGUSH, BOOMSTARTE
CEO, Co-founder
Kirill Maskaev
Kirill Maskaev
PR Director
Communications Director
Alexander Pavlov
Alexander Pavlov
Senior UX/UI Designer
Paddy Tan
Paddy Tan
Advisor, strategy
FOUNDER, INTERVENTURES ASIA, AND FOUNDER, ICORA CO LTD
Product Strategist
Strategist, Asian Market
John Fitzpatrick
John Fitzpatrick
Blockchain Engineer