Cardium
Cardium
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Start date: 2018-04-16
End date: 2018-04-29

Registrated in: Isle of Man

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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Table of contents
Disclaimer
1
Introduction
2
Market research
3
G​ lobal market of wearable devices
3
T​ he market is growing
5
O​ besity and overweight
6
O​ besity and overweight causes
7
A​ ftermath
7
Project summary
8
D​ evice
8
R​ eward
9
M​ arketplace
10
M​ ining pools
10
E​ vents
10
C​ harity
11
Solution description
11
Token description
12
Roadmap
16
Financial model
16
Team
19
...

Disclaimer
The information set forth below may not be exhaustive and does not imply any
elements of a contractual relationship. While we make every effort to ensure that
any material in this white paper is accurate and up to date, such material in no way
constitutes the provision of professional advice. Cardium does not guarantee, and
accepts no legal liability whatsoever arising from or connected to, the accuracy,
reliability, currency, or completeness of any material contained in this white paper.
Investors and potential Cardium token holders should seek appropriate
independent professional advice prior to relying on, or entering into any
commitment or transaction based on material published in this white paper,
whereas material is purely published for reference purposes alone.
Cardium’s management, based on appropriate legal advice, has opted to issue the
Cardium coin through the Isle of Man, one of the only jurisdictions in the world,
which has already regulated ICOs and also to link t...

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Introduction
The epidemic of excess weight and obesity is gaining momentum every year,
especially in developed countries. Unfortunately, this is not another story to drive
people into the gym, but a very real threat. According to scientists, by the year 2025
a fi...

across all socio-economic groups. Until this problem is solved, cryptocurrencies will
remain in the shadow, being a privilege of a certain class of people.
Market research
Global market of wearable devices
In the year 2016, the number of wearable activity trackers reached 325 million units
(according to ​Statista​), by the year 2021 it is expected to reach a level of 929 million
units. The gradual transition from just doing fitness activities to more complicated
health tracking in the US market will attract more than 75 million users to the
wearable device market in the next 5 years. By the year 2021 this market will
generate 20 billion US dollars annually.
The global market of wearable devices is burgeoning and promising. The global
market of wearable devices has reached a new height and already has 33.9 million
units sold in the fourth quarter of 2016 and it grows by 16.9% year over year
(​Business
Wire​,
2017).
According to IDTechEx, the global market of wea...

Tractica also forecasts an increase of the wearable devices until 2021, with total
shipments for all wearable devices growing to 560 million in 2021, which means an
estimated device revenue of 95.3 billion US dollars in 2021. (​Wearable
technologies​,
2017).
By 2021, Gartner estimates that sales of smart watches will total nearly 81 million
units — representing 16% of total wearable device sales, according to its forecast
(​Techcrunch​, 2017).
We can see that there are two main factors underlying the continued growth of the
wearable device market. First, the emergence of 'Wearables 2.0' will lead to a shift
from simple devices to lifestyle improvement systems that unite many other
devices via cloud services. Second, the categories of clothing and sportswear are
most likely to make a huge leap in the coming years. These will offer many new
smart wearable devices. Companies like Google, Levi's and Nike are already working
in this direction.
International research and c...

According to CrunchBase data analysis, venture funds have invested about 2.6
billion US dollars in companies engaged in wearable devices since 2008. About 1.5
billion US dollars was invested in 2014 and 2015 together.
Figure 2. Investments in the wearable devices segment
The wearables category is one of the hottest consumer goods markets, and very
strong growth is expected in terms of units shipped and retail sales in 2016 and the
coming years.
The market is growing
Companies specializing in analytics present different forecasts for wearable devices,
the only thing they agree on is that the market is growing rapidly. Gartner
predicted that the total number of wearable devices shipped worldwide would
grow by 18,4%, from 232 million units in 2015 to 275 million in 2016. It is expected
that in 2017, shipments around the world will grow by 17,5%, to 323 million units.
Gartner estimates the market volume in 2016 at 28.7 billion US dollars and forecasts
that fitness trackers and smart watch...

Figure 3. Delivery statistics of wearable devices from Gartner
Obesity and overweight
Every year more and more people fall into the category of those whose BMI (body
mass index) exceeds the allowable norm of 25 кg/m
2
​ .

Let's take a look at the data
for 2016 provided by the ​World
Health Organization​:

The number of people suffering from obesity has tripled since 1975;

Over 1.9 billion adults, aged 18 and over, had problems with overweight and
650 million of them were obese;

Majority of the world population lives in countries where obesity kills more
people than underweight;

41 million children under the age of 5 years are overweight or obese;

Over 340 million children aged 5 to 19 years are overweight or obese.
Unfortunately, the trend does not change. Despite millions of dollars being invested
in public and private sector marketing to increase the public's physical activity, the

Figure 4. BMI. Statistics by countries of the world. Statistics provided by the World Health
Organization (​World
Health Organization​)
Obesity and overweight causes
The main cause of obesity and overweight is the energy imbalance between
calories consumed and calories expended. Globally:

Increased consumption of calorie-intensive high-fat food;

Decreased physical activity due to the sedentary nature of many forms of
recreation time, as well as increasing urbanization;

Changes in dietary and physical activity patterns are often the result of
environmental and societal changes associated with development and lack
of supportive policies in sectors such as health, agriculture, transport, urban
planning, environment, food processing, distribution, marketing, and
education.
Aftermath
What are the general health-related consequences of overweight and obesity?
Elevated BMI is a major risk factor for chronic diseases, such as:
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Cardium Roadmap

1
December 2017
New idea
2
January 2018
Market research of wearable devices and overweight problems
3
January 2018
Team building
4
1Q 2018
Partner search
5
16 - 29 April 2018
pre-ICO
6
May 2018
Getting the first samples of the product (fitness tracker)
7
May 2018
Testing of the alpha version application
8
June 2018
ICO
9
July 2018
Conclusion of the contract with the manufacturer
10
August 2018
Beta version of the application
11
October 2018
Start the wallet in the application
12
October 2018
Fitness trackers distribution for ICO participants
13
November 2018
Product testing of the community (Bounty))
14
December 2018
Product release
Philipp Klimov
Philipp Klimov CEO, founder

Alexander Perminov
Alexander Perminov CMO, co-founder

Roman Chistyakov
Roman Chistyakov COO, co-founder

Sergey Chernikov
Sergey Chernikov CTO, co-founder

Ilya Solokhin
Ilya Solokhin Software Engineer

Roman Krushanovskij
Roman Krushanovskij Software Engineer

Luke Conner
Advisor Luke Conner Legal advisor

Cameron Williams
Advisor Cameron Williams Technical Advisor

Alexander Sverdlov
Advisor Alexander Sverdlov Security Advisor

Alexander Sverdlov
Alexander Sverdlov
Security Advisor
Security Adviser
Cybersecurity Strategy
KYC Compliance Expert
KYC Compliance Expert
Luke Conner
Luke Conner
Legal advisor
Roman Chistyakov
Roman Chistyakov
COO, co-founder
Co-founder, Chief Information Officer