CI Chain
CI Chain
Token: CIC

Cell Intelligence Chain

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-09-01
End date:

Registrated in: Singapore

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20


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KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist Yes | Restriction for countries No
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Random whitepaper excerpts

1. Cell Intelligence
1.1 Microorganisms
1.2 Animal Cells
1.3 Plant Cells
2. Problems Facing the Development
of the Big Health Industry
2.1 Standardization Issues
2.2 Security Issues
2.3 Time and Production Problems
3. Cell Intelligence Platform Module
3.1 Core Technologies: Stem Cell Culture
and Research Process
3.2 Confirmation of Cell Intelligence
3.3 Internationally Recognized
Academic Authority Evaluation
3.4 Cell Bank Module
3.5 Gene Module Module
3.6 Production Base Module
4. Blockchain Advantages and CI Chain
4.1 Five Major Advantages
4.2 Four Basic Technologies
4.3 Four Unique Technologies
4.4 The CI Chain Function and
5. CI Chain Technical Framework
5.1 Ecosystem
5.2 Technical Architecture
5.3 CIC Contract
5.4 suBFT
5.5 Multi Consensus on Multi-Zero Ring
5.6 Heterogeneous Soi...

Blockchain technology has become a global trend with the invention
of bitcoin. Nowadays, the constant innovation and breakthrough of
blockchain technology. From the perspective of application value, the
blockchain has already undergone a blockchain 1.0 (Payment Blockchain,
BTC Bitcoin, LTC Litecoin, XRP Ripple) with basic payment functions. Next
is Blockchain 2.0 (Smart contract, with ETH Ethereum, EOS, NEO) with the
smart contract function. Following become a Blockchain 3.0 that owns IoT,
called Blockchain of Things - (which stands for IOTA [Remarks: IOTA does
not reach 10,000 loads per second, just the prototype of the blockchain
Internet of Things.). It eventually became a blockchain 4.0 (called New
Utility Chain) with innovative application capabilities. A total of four levels
of evolution have been experienced.
The blockchain version 4.0 adds new blockchains for innovative
application functions based on 1.0,...

The following is a summary table of five levels from Blockchain 1.0 to 5.0 according to the application value of
Basic conditions
Blockchain 1.0
Blockchain 3.0
Blockchain 4.0
Blockchain 5.0
Smart contract
Internet of
Total Quantity Compatible Fast: 10,000 times
smart contracts per second or

application value
New application
features beyond 3.0
Unique technology
It is not easy to be
imitated or unique
technology protected
by patent.

Cell Intelligence Technology Co. Ltd. (hereafter referred to as CIT) has developed a breakthrough unique application
function technology to achieve the blockchain 5.0...

separation of plant stem cells. This technology comprehensively solves various technical bottlenecks of the original
plant tissue culture technology (callus culture), and for the first time, a large number of standardized production of
plant cells without mutation homology has been achieved. This technology becomes another production system in
addition to agricultural cultivation, which receives a large amount of natural active ingredients. This kind of stem
cell is different from “transgenic technology”. This technique completely respects the laws of nature and only
separates and uses undifferentiated stem cells as they are. There is absolutely no genetic manipulation throughout
the entire production process. Intelligence’s plant stem cell separation technology has 72 patents in many countries
around the world including the United States, China, Canada and Japan, and another 18 patents under application.
This technology will help the governments of countri...

1.0 Cell Intelligence
Cell Intelligence is the general term for Intelligence and Ability. Animals and plants, in the course of millions of
years of evolution, have evolved from single-celled organisms to multi-celled organisms but each animal cell or
plant cell still retains the awareness and response to external environmental changes and makes appropriate
changes. With the ability to respond, this is Cell Intelligence.
Taking animal cells as an example, when an animal’s cell is infected by an external virus, the virus can gain
the dominant power of the cell, use all the resources for the genetic material replication of the virus itself,
manufacture the virus particles and ultimately cause the collapse of the animal cell. However, infected animal
cells secrete a special type of glycoprotein known as interferon at the beginning of the infection, allowing the
surrounding cells to gain immunity against infection by the virus. In this way, the range and spee...

Landmines that are buried in the soil for a long time, the internal TNT (Trinitrotoluene) explosive vaporizes
into gaseous TNT or decomposes into gaseous DNT (Dinitrotoluene). Now scientists have combined the
Promoter with the fluorescent protein gene sequence and placed it in bacteria. When this GMO bacteria
detects trace amounts of gaseous TNT or DNT in the soil, it will generate fluorescence, which means there
are unexploded mines buried there. This intelligent mine-sweeping bacteria has become an efficient mine-
sweeping system and has provided great protection and warning effects to the safety of de-miners.
1.2 Animal Cells
The human immune cells and stem cells can best show animal Cell Intelligence.
When the human body is invaded by foreign pathogens, the immune cells in the human body are activated
to produce a special protein called “antibody”. Antibodies have the ability to identify the enemy and
only recognize and integrate abnormal su...

2.0 Problems Facing the Development of the Big Health Industry
Plants grow fast and slow but rare medicinal plants usually grow extremely slow. For example, the wild ginseng,
a hundred-year-old yew of several decades old (the bark of three hundred years old yew is enough to extract
a chemotherapy dose of paclitaxel). After planting for decades or after 100 years then it can be harvested.
Obviously there are obstacles to commercialization. Also being exposed to natural disasters, man-made disasters
and pests and particularly long-lived wild plants are rare and field collection is not feasible.
In addition, with the development of cities, the environmental quality of human life is getting worse and worse
and the proportion of the population of aging, cancer and metabolic diseases has increased year by year. In
order to meet more medical and health care needs, it is often necessary to cut more of natural forest areas and
obtain more land to plant medicinal pl...

3.0 Cell Intelligence Platform Module
The Cell Intelligence Platform is set up to solve the current plight of the biotech industry. The Cell Intelligence
Platform takes the world’s original plant stem cells as its core technology to create three major plans for cell
banking, gene modules and production sites.
Plant stem cells are very rare in plants. Its function is to supply new plant cells and is a source of plant vitality.
Every year, plants need to grow new leaves, new roots and trunks to continue to grow thicker. Therefore, in
plants, plant stem cells exist in the meristem tissue of tree shoots, bark and root tips.
Botanists have been trying to isolate undifferentiated plant stem cells since 170 years ago but attempts by
various top research institutions including the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA, 1980s-1990s)
have failed. Therefore, starting from the 1990s, mainstream academics believe that the separation of plant stem

CI Chain Roadmap

Q1 2018
Develop Cell Technology Alliance
Q3 2018
Biotechnology Process
Technology Alliance
Internal Presell Jun.~ Sep.
Public Presell Sep. week 1~3
Public sales Sep. week 4
CIC List on Exchange Oct. 1
CIC Beta Chain Online
Q4 2018
CIC List on Exchange Oct. 1
CIC Beta Chain Online
Q1 2019
A-Cross chain protocol Online
Q2 2019
S-Cross chain protocol Online
Q3 2019
C-Cross chain protocol Online
Q4 2019
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Nizam Ismail
Nizam Ismail
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Co-Founder, RHT Compliance
Partner & Head of Financial Services, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing
Regulatory Advisor
Singapore Legal Advisor
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