Coalichain
Coalichain
Token: ZUZ


Political Platform – Direct and Clean

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-02-28
End date: 2018-05-17

Registrated in: Isreal

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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Disclaimer
Please read this entire section and do not take any action until you finish it.
This whitepaper delineates Coalichain’s business model, technology, and fundraising principles,
and it should be read in its entirety. If you are in any doubt as to the action you should take, you
should consult your legal, financial, tax, or other professional advisor and not contribute to the
development of Coalichain.
If you decide to contribute to
Coalichain’s development, please note that your contribution to
Coalichain does not constitute an exchange of cryptocurrencies for any form of securities,
investment units and/or form of ordinary shares in Coalichain or any other company. Coalichain
token holders do not receive any form of dividend or other revenue right, nor do they participate
in any kind of profit sharing program.
Regulatory authorities are carefully scrutinizing businesses and operations associated with
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Contents
Executive Summary....................................................................................................................................................... 3
1. Context .................................................................................................................................................................. 5
1.1. More Elections, Less Freedom ...................................................................................................................... 5
1.2. Low Confidence............................................................................................................................................. 5
1.3. Voters Disengaging ....................................................................................................................................... 6
1.4. Expensive Process ......................................................................................................................................... 6
2. Pain and Problem ................................

1.0 Context
1.1.
More Elections, Less Freedom
It is difficult to say exactly
how many democratic
countries there are.
Democracy is more of a scale
than a “black and white”
distinction. There are 126
countries that claim to be
democratic. According to
Freedom House
1
, out of 195
countries, 87 countries have
reasonably free and fair
elections (more than 2 billion
people eligible to vote).
1.2.
Low Confidence
The reason people are disengaging is not because they think elections are not important.
According to the World Bank, 88% of people think that elections are important for
economic development, while only 45% have confidence in the honesty of the elections.
Indeed, the influence of interest groups on elections is becoming more noticeable. For
example, in the US in 2016 alone lobbying spend exceeded $3bn USD
2
. A paper published
in 2009 in the Journal of Law and Politics
3
, ...

1.3.
Voters Disengaging
With low levels of confidence,
fewer voters exercise their
right. Voter turnout rates in
democratic countries are quite
low and have been steadily
declining
4
. In the US 2016
elections, voter turnout was
only 55%. According to a
World Bank report from 2017
5
,
election turnout over the last
25 years dropped by more
than 10%. This means that
fewer people are engaging
the political arena. The people
are losing interest.
1.4.
Expensive Process
With declining performance of the democratic process, we should take into account that
elections are expensive. In the US the combined direct cost of the 2012 presidential
elections and the 2014 midterm elections was around $13bn USD
6
. With 126 million voters,
that is around $100 USD per voter. Although the US spend on elections is extraordinarily
high, even at $50 USD or $10 USD, it is still an expensive venture for s...

2.0 Pain and Problem
2.1.
Pain - Discounted Voters and Disillusioned Candidates
“What can I do? That’s politics…” We live in a reality in which it is easy to imagine
, both
voters and candidates, saying that. It is a tragedy. The reality of our different systems of
governance is one of powerless, discounted voters and

bent
”,
disillusioned candidates.
The biggest pain we identify is that we have resigned and accepted this as a reality we
cannot change. We have become sedated.
The Voter - Discounted and Powerless
The Candidate - Disillusioned
Theoretically we, the voters, have a sanction
“The road to hell is paved with good intentions”
over our elected representatives - not to vote (proverb). Politicians are not born bad - they
for them in the next elections. In reality that become bad. A candidate that wants to win and
rarely works. The average voter is notoriously keep her position, quickly learns that she
forgetful and v...

2.2.
Problem - Disappointing the Public Has a Better RoI
The source of our pain - both for the voter and for the candidate can be described in the
following, somewhat depressing, argument:
1.
Get the peoples
’ vote
- In electoral governance systems (e.g., democracies), a
candidate needs the popular vote to get elected
7
.
2.
Campaigns are expensive
- To get the popular vote, candidates must run
expensive campaigns. For example, candidates must opt and pay for one-to-
many means of communication (e.g., TV ads), they must run social media
campaigns, they need to hire staff, pay for logistics, production and more.
3.
Candidates pay with promises
- To pay for their campaigns candidates must
transact with the only resource they have - promises. They promise the funders
to deliver or support a desired change, in exchange for financial support.
4.
Candidates break promises
- Since not everyone want the same thing...

3.0 Tokenizing Governance
Before delving into the solution (§4), we introduce the key behind Coalichain’s entire
solution strategy - the tokenization of governance and elections.
3.1.
Rationale
Coalichain is an environment that will allow direct, contractual relationship between the
electorate and the elected. Like politics, only accountable and transparent. To facilitate
transactions in this environment, we need to be able to measure impact. This is a bit
vague. Let’s unpack it with an example. Imagine an organization. Let’s call it “OrgX”. OrgX
has decided to implement a new governance system - one that is similar to (but better
than) a general election in a democracy:
Every two years they elect a board of directors with 11 seats.
Eligible candidates present their platform to the voters. They state their intentions
and policies and promise to take certain actions.
On election day, voters cast their vote.
To ensure fair and accountable election/governance, OrgX defi...

3.2.
3.3.
The ZUZ
3.2.1. Definition and Purpose
The ZUZ is tradable digital unit, that will be used to facilitate transactions on
Coalichain.
3.2.2. Functionality
Facilitation of internal transactions (internal currency)
- ZUZ is the official
currency of Coalichain. It is used to raise funds, buy services, such as polls and
surveys, and for in-kind transactions with service providers such as KYC service
providers, or consultants, writers, marketers etc.
Support tool
- Voters will use the ZUZ to show of support. They can use ZUZ to
improve the visibility of a candidate on the platform and improve her chances of
getting funded. The impact and popularity of different promises and decisions, can
be measured by the number of different voters donating ZUZ to them and by the
accumulated amount. This pluralistic support principle is made possible by Crypto.
Also, the ZUZ allows people to make micro-payments and donations without friction
or cost and alloca...

Coalichain Roadmap

1
February 28 - April 10, 2018
ZUZ token Pre-sale.
Mobile App V1 Beta Launch.
2
April 11 - May 1, 2018
ZUZ token Crowdsale.
ZUZ token is tradable.
3
Q3, 2018
ZUZ token Crowdsale on Exchanges.
4
Q4, 2018
Full version & Blockchain intagrated App.
Levi Samama
Levi Samama Co-founder, Co-CEO & CFO

Shay Galili
Shay Galili Co-Founder - CTO

Moti Ovadya
Moti Ovadya Partnership Director

Rachel Haya Mushka Attias
Rachel Haya Mushka Attias Partnerships Manager

Debora Zajac
Debora Zajac Partnerships Manager

Eliahu Dynovisz
Eliahu Dynovisz Partnerships Manager

Samuel Djian
Samuel Djian Web Project Manager

Yehuda Chersnovsky
Yehuda Chersnovsky Strategic Architect

Elisheva Chersnovsky
Elisheva Chersnovsky Art Director Politics advisor and presenter during 10 years. Art & communication direction.

Elie Suzan
Elie Suzan Design Studio & art Director

Erez Yaffe
Erez Yaffe Strategic Marketing Manager

Sami Sabin
Sami Sabin Marketing Officer

Zafi Daniel
Zafi Daniel Financial Director

Virendra Kumar
Virendra Kumar Senior. PHP Developer

Rakhi Bhardwaj
Rakhi Bhardwaj Project Manager

Sahil Arora
Sahil Arora Senior. Android APP Developer

Kapil B Grover
Kapil B Grover Head Project Management

Sandeep Kumar
Sandeep Kumar Head of Delivery

Sumit Kumar
Sumit Kumar Technical Head

Aditya Solanki
Aditya Solanki Senior. iOS APP Developer

Saurabh Pahwa
Saurabh Pahwa Head of Design

Yogendra Chauhan
Yogendra Chauhan Senior. Designer

Olivier Rafowicz
Advisors Olivier Rafowicz Reserve Colonel in the Israeli Defence Force (Foreign Media Spokesperson).

Frédéric Lefebvre
Advisors Frédéric Lefebvre Former Secretary of State - Former Member of UMP, LR & National Assembly, France.

Gregory Zaoui
Advisors Gregory Zaoui Head of Mobile Development & Quality Control at RavTech.

Vladimir Nikitin
Advisors Vladimir Nikitin Blockchain & ICO Expert, Political Advisor, Coalichain Ambassador - Russia

Dror Medalion
Advisors Dror Medalion Blockchain Entrepreneur, Co-Founder & CEO BitJob.io

Edgar Kampers
Advisors Edgar Kampers Cryptocurrency Architect. Coaclichain ambassador in Netherlands

Adnan Javed
Advisors Adnan Javed Blockchain advisor at Sapien. Coalichain Ambassador in Australia.

Peter Merc
Advisors Peter Merc Blockchain Legal Expert, co-founder at Lemur Legal. Coalichain Ambassador in Slovenia.

Marc Lipskier
Advisors Marc Lipskier Founder of Bamboo & Bees, President at World of Blockchains The Blockchains Governing Forum.

Yitshak Kalfon
Advisors Yitshak Kalfon Corporate Strategy Specialist, with 35 years of experience in business development and mentoring young entrepreneurs

Oury Chouchana
Advisors Oury Chouchana Legal Advisor, Former lawyer at the Paris Bar.

Jonathan Tronchon
Advisors Jonathan Tronchon Capital Markets Expert and Blockchain Enthusiast

Alan Attar
Advisors Alan Attar Social Behaviour Researcher with 15 years of experience in Educational and and Corporate e-learning architecture.

Quentin Lefebvre
Advisors Quentin Lefebvre Coalichain Ambassador - France

Mendel Attal
Advisors Mendel Attal Serial Entrepreneur and certified investment analyst

Thierry De Gorter
Advisors Thierry De Gorter Blockchain Expert. Coalichain Ambassador in the UK.

Adnan Javed
Adnan Javed
Blockchain advisor at Sapien. Coalichain Ambassador in Australia.
Legal Advisor
Blockchain Advisor
Blockchain Advisor
Mentor at RMIT University for Developing Blockchain Strategy
Dror Medalion
Dror Medalion
Blockchain Entrepreneur, Co-Founder & CEO BitJob.io
CEO of Bitjob.io
CEO & Co-Founder
Edgar Kampers
Edgar Kampers
Cryptocurrency Architect. Coaclichain ambassador in Netherlands
Blockchain advisor
TOKENOMY / CRYPTO EXPERT
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER
Peter Merc
Peter Merc
Blockchain Legal Expert, co-founder at Lemur Legal. Coalichain Ambassador in Slovenia.
Legal advisor
Legal crypto council
Legal Counseling
LEGAL ADVISOR
PH.D., EMBA, LEGAL AND BLOCKCHAIN ADVISOR
Legal (Lemur Legal)
Legal advice
Legal Advisor
Advisor, legal
Business advisor
Sandeep Kumar
Sandeep Kumar
Head of Delivery
Solidity Developer
Sumit Kumar
Sumit Kumar
Technical Head
Founder / CEO
Community Manager
Thierry De Gorter
Thierry De Gorter
Blockchain Expert. Coalichain Ambassador in the UK.
Vladimir Nikitin
Vladimir Nikitin
Blockchain & ICO Expert, Political Advisor, Coalichain Ambassador - Russia
KYC DIRECTOR
Legal Advisor - Russia
Vice-president of Blockchain startup CryptoPromo
ICO Advisor | Legal Consulting
Head of Advisory Board
ICO/Compliance Advisor
Legal Advisor
Advisor
Advisor
Legal & Promotion
Master of Law, Master of Economics (Finance and Credit)
Strategic ICO Advisor
Co-Founder, Top ICO Advisors
Board Advisor
TOP-2 WORLDWIDE ICOBENCH CERTIFIED EXPERT
Advisor
CRYPTO Enthusiast
TOP ICO Advisor
Advisor