Dacxi
Dacxi
Token: DAC


Pioneering the Next Trillion-Dollar Market

PreICO dates
Start date: 2018-05-02
End date: 2018-06-10

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-06-11
End date: 2018-08-01

Registrated in: Singapore

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

Dacxi categories
Education Investment Platform
Dacxi whitepaper
Video
Dacxi token sale
KYC passing required No | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Soft cap 3,000,000 USD
Hard cap 10,000,000 USD
Tokens for sale 10,000,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
20%
20%
Acceppting ETH
Bonus in ICO We're exchanging DAC Coin at a BTC value of $10,000. And offering equally high valuations for all currencies. 1 BTC = $10,000 USD = 769,231 DAC 1 ETH = $750 USD = 57,692 DAC 1 BCH = $1,100 USD = 84,615 DAC

The landscape of crypto-investment is changing, and it’s happening fast. The two key types of exchanges (Trading Exchanges and Wallet Exchanges), aren’t set up to support or attract mainstream retail investors; meaning simply the market isn’t ready for the masses.

Dacxi (Digital Asset Community Exchange International) is pioneering a new category of exchange, we call it the community exchange. The Dacxi ecosystem is designed with a simple and easy to use exchange at its core; a user-driven community with lessons, content, and support for the mainstream market; and Crypto-VC, a vehicle designed to deliver high-quality, low-risk ICOs to attract, empower and more importantly, protect retail investors.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. ABSTRACT
2. EXCHANGE MARKET
2.1   Understanding the Exchange Market
2.2   Investor Types
2.3   The Next Crypto Wave
2.4   Retail Investor Nightmare
2.5 Exchange Types
2.6   The Dacxi Belief
2.7   The Community Exchange
2.8 Market Exchange Potential
2.9 Summary
3. THE EXCHANGE
3.1   The Dacxi Exchange
3.2   Customer Experience
3.3   Fiat to Crypto Banking
3.4   High-Level Exchange Features
3.5   Liquidity
3.6   Affiliates
3.7   Regulatory Licence
3.8   Development Team
3.9   Expansion Plan
3.10   Launch
4. DACXI COMMUNITY
4.1 Community Confusion
4.2 The Dacxi Solution
4.3 First Generation Community Features
4.4 Growth Drivers
4.5 Platform App
4.6 Learn
4.7 Development Team
4.8 Launch
5. CRYPTO-VC
6. CRYPTO-REGULATORY FORUM
7. DACXI ECOSYSTEM
7.1 The Dacxi Brand
7.2 Intellectual Prop...

1.ABSTRACT
The crypto exchange business has seen significant growth across the last 18 months.
Exchange volume and user numbers have increased dramatically, driven by the 20X
increase in the crypto asset market cap. One of the most exciting developments in the
evolving crypto landscape is the introduction of a new kind of exchange. Until now, the
market has been made up of two categories of exchanges;
Trader Exchanges
(designed
for professional traders) and
Wallet Exchanges
(a simpler onramp for crypto-investors,
however with limited support).
The problem is these exchanges are not designed to support
mainstream retail investors
, a
potential trillion-dollar market, who make up the majority of future investors (500 million
by 2022).
This demographic has two key needs that must be met before they will enter the market.
They need exchanges to be simple and easy to use, and they need the support and
confidence that comes from a dedicated community ...

2.EXCHANGE MARKET
2.1 UNDERSTANDING THE EXCHANGE MARKET
The crypto exchange market is recognised as a hyper-growth industry. From
January 2017 to May 2018 the market went through an incredible growth cycle
with
Coinmarketcap.com
data showing that 24-hour exchange volumes grew
from an average of US$150 million per day to over US$15 billion per day. That’s a
staggering 100X growth.
During the same period, the total crypto market capitalisation grew by 20X.
Therefore, exchange volumes grew by 400% more than the market cap.
Unlike the value of most crypto-coins which are based on the potential of an idea,
exchanges are operational businesses based on sales, costs, margins and profits.
The exchange sector’s success is demonstrated by recent announcements such as:

Coinbase claims $1 billion revenue in 2017.

Binance launches in August 2017 with a $15 million ICO and repurchases $30
million of its own coin, implying $150 million in quarterly profits...

2.2 INVESTOR TYPES
To understand how the exchange market is likely to develop, it is important to
understand the types of Crypto-Investor. In investment sectors such as equities,
the two main groups of investors are Institutions or Retail (individuals), with Retail
splitting into ‘Trader’ and ‘Investor’ to create three distinct Investor types. These
three types are also seen in the crypto market:
1.
Institutions.
These are companies involved in trading or investing in crypto,
such as investment banks, funds or family offices. To be actively involved they
have specialist requirements such as licensed exchanges, high liquidity, low fees,
market analysis, hedging derivatives and custodian services.
2.
Retail Traders.
These are individuals that trade crypto on a regular, sometimes
intra-day basis. Their equivalent are day-traders in equities or FX markets.
They rely heavily on charts, analysis, rapid information and the ‘technical’
aspects of trading. ...

2.3 THE NEXT GROWTH WAVE
RETAIL
INVESTORS
500M
2022
50M
2018
TIME
1. The first ‘pioneer’ growth wave in the crypto industry from 2009-2018 was
driven by crypto pioneers and retail traders mainly from China, Korea and Japan.
Many from the FX trading community also became involved in trading crypto.
After the dramatic spike in growth in the final months of 2017, there has been a
consolidation period in the first half of 2018. This period has seen many positive
developments aimed at legitimising the crypto space. These include customer
service upgrades, compliance and security upgrades, new regulations and
services for institutional investors. Many high profile financial organisations have
signalled their intentions to enter the crypto space. The number of potential
investment funds has also increased significantly.
2. Unlike the ‘pioneer’ wave, the next global growth wave is likely to be driven by
the two new Investor sectors. These are: Instit...

2.4 RETAIL INVESTOR CHALLENGES
While the end of 2017 was memorable for the FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)
driven crypto-boom, very few retail or mainstream investors have started actively
investing. The level of awareness of crypto and desire to get involved versus actual
participation do not match up.
Existing Retail Traders and new Retail Investors have fundamentally different needs
and confidence levels. Both wish to participate in the next crypto market bull cycle,
but are at very different stages of their crypto journey.
Current Barriers to Entry for Retail Investors

Retail Investors search for the information they need to become successful
crypto investors. They soon find themselves bewildered by the complex,
specialised material on news sites, social media and discussion platforms.

Retail Investors are less likely to use specialist platforms such as Reddit, Telegram
or Twitter and are often unsure how to access accurate information streams.

Retai...

2.5 EXCHANGE TYPES
There are currently two main types of crypto exchange.
• Trader Exchanges
. This kind of exchange is designed for traders. They feature
user interfaces that are proven to support traders and are similar to FX
exchanges with large numbers of trading pairs, tools and charts. Many leading
exchanges only support crypto-crypto transactions. This means only confident
crypto-traders can access their services as this requires existing ownership
of crypto assets. Leading Trader Exchange examples are Binance and Bittrex.
The emerging sub-categories of Trader Exchanges are Institutional Exchanges
such as Coinbase Pro [GDAX] and Decentralised Exchanges such as IDEX. No
current Trader Exchanges have the ‘Community’ platform needed to support
Retail Investors.
• Wallet Exchanges
. These exchanges are designed for those investors new to
crypto. They have a simple user interface, support leading coins and are focused
on a mobile wallet. Their natural evolution...

2.6 THE DACXI BELIEF
Dacxi believes that the current crypto industry is not designed to attract, engage or
empower the potentially massive global retail investor sector. Dacxi was founded by
global experts in customer acquisition, engagement, education and retention. Our
belief is that there is a gap in the market for a completely new community-driven
exchange ecosystem designed to support retail investors.
This ecosystem is based on a new type of investor community and is called a
‘Community Exchange’.
2.7 THE COMMUNITY EXCHANGE
In simple terms, the Community Exchange is a community-driven ecosystem
designed to empower and protect mainstream retail crypto investors. It delivers:

The discussion, content, education opportunities, analysis, confidence, inspiration
and support that new investors need to make effective investment decisions

A dedicated community platform where investors can learn and discuss the tools
and strategies required before risking signi...

Dacxi Roadmap

1
Q2 2017
Dacxi is Founded

2
Q3 2017
Seed pre-ICO - Sold Out
Singapore / Auckland Offices Open
3
Q4 2017
Crypto-VC Founded
4
Q1 2018
Dacxi Community Beta Launched
Gibraltar Crypto Licence Application
Australian Office Opens
Marketing Team Hired
5
Q2 2018
Private pre-ICO
Global Acquisition Campaign Launches
Dacxi Exchange Launches
Fiat-to-Crypto Banking
Community App Launch
Public ICO
6
Q3 2018
Crypto Challenge Campaign
DAC Coin Listing
Global #iamdacxi Campaign
One Million Members Worldwide
Gibraltar Licence
Gibraltar Office Opens
Dacxi Dragons Launch
Global Meetup Platform Launched
1st Contracted Crypto-VC ICO Launched
Crypto-VC Partner Programme Launched
7
Q4 2018
European Office Opens
Legends of Crypto Event
Five Million Members Worldwide
Crypto-VC Platform Global Launch
Tim Baxter
Team Member Tim Baxter COO

Michal Jerabek
Team Member Michal Jerabek Exchange Marketing

Roger Low
Team Member Roger Low Exchange Operations

Vicky Barker
Team Member Vicky Barker Chief People Officer and Founder

Roland Mirabueno
Team Member Roland Mirabueno CMO

Melissa Logan
Team Member Melissa Logan Community Tech

James Boult
Team Member James Boult Content / Creative

Amit Atri
Team Member Amit Atri Acquisition

Hamish Wanhill
Team Member Hamish Wanhill Customer Experience

Mark Nicholas
Team Member Mark Nicholas COO Crypto-VC

Daniel Hall
Team Member Daniel Hall Marketing Crypto-VC

Andy Karwal
Team Member Andy Karwal Developer Crypto-VC

Ed Ludbrook
Advisor Ed Ludbrook Customer Acquisition

Andrew Boon
Advisor Andrew Boon Technical adviser

Jonathan Huston
Advisor Jonathan Huston Strategy Advisor

Craig Smith-Gander
Advisor Craig Smith-Gander Corporate Advisor

Andrew Boon
Andrew Boon