|Price||1 ETH = 3,500 FNP|
|Price in PreICO||0.12 USD|
|Bonus in ICO||50 to 100% Until August 3 5 to 10% during the Pre-ICO (Until August 31)|
FlipNpik is the first collaborative ecosystem that allows users to monetize their social media posts by supporting local businesses. Businesses on the platform benefit from increased visibility while users are finally remunerated for posting about their favorite local spots.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A BLOCKCHAIN-BASED COLLABORATIVE SOCIAL MEDIA,
TAILORED FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES
A 360° COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY
1.1 LOCAL CONSUMPTION: A WORLDWIDE ISSUE
1.2 LOCAL CONSUMPTION: AN ADDED VALUE FOR THE COMMUNITY
2 THE FLIPNPIK PROJECT
2.1 MISSION, VISION AND OBJECTIVE
2.2 THE FLIPNPIK STRATEGY
2.2.1 INBOUND MARKETING
2.3 THE FLIPNPIK PLATFORM
2.3.1 THE OFFER FOR USERS
2.3.2 THE OFFER FOR BUSINESSES
2.4 THE FLIPNPIK ECOSYSTEM
2 . 5 COMPE TITI VE ADVA NTAGES
2.6 FLIPNPIK PROOF OF CONCEPT (POC)
3 THE FLIP SOCIAL AND THE FLIPNPIK TOKEN
3.1 THE FLIP SOCIAL
3.2 THE FLIPNPIK TOKEN
3.2.1 USE OF THE FLIPNPIK TOKEN
SUMMARY OF FLIP SOCIAL...
4.1 CHOICE OF THE STELLAR PLATFORM
5 TERMS OF THE ICO
5.1 ICO IMPORTANT INFORMATION
5.2 DISTRIBUTION OF THE FLIPNPIK TOKEN
5.3 AVAILABILITY OF TOKENS
5.4 PRICE AND CONDITIONS OF ACQUISITION
5.5 SECONDARY MARKET
5.6 END OF THE SALE
5.7 FLIPTECH RESERVES & GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE
5 . 7. 1 GOV E RNAN CE COMMI TTEE
5.7.2 THE SOCIAL MINING RESERVE
5.7.3 THE PARTNERSHIP RESERVE
6 BUSINESS MODEL
6.1 FREEMIUM-PREMIUM BUSINESS MODEL
6.2 USE OF FUNDS FROM THE ICO
6.2.1 USE OF THE ICO FUNDS IN THE FIRST YEAR
6.3 FINANCIAL AND STATISTICAL DATA
POTENTIAL ANNUAL EXPENSES BY BUSINESS WITHIN THE ECOSYSTEM
POTENTIAL ANNUAL COLLECTION BY AMBASSADOR PARTNER
7 DEVELOPMENT PLAN
7.1 ROAD M...
This Draft White Paper is for discussion and pre-information purposes
only. The information contained herein is subject to change. No part of
this White Paper is legally binding or enforceable, nor is it meant to be.
Please do not copy or disseminate any part of this White Paper without
including this disclaimer. The final version of this White Paper will be
published as soon as adopted.
The Initial Coin Offering (hereafter, the “
”) project presented by
Fliptech SAS (“Fliptech”) a joint stock company (hereafter, the “Company”)
governed by French law, with its head office located at Impasse de
La Ravoire 74370 Epagny-Metz-Tessy, registered with the commercial
companies register of Annecy, France, under the RCS N˚838309896,
represented by its CEO, Henri Harland is an unregulated fundraising
operation. It poses several risks to buyers, in particular, that of losing all
amounts traded for FlipNpik tokens referred to hereafter as “
Only people who are fully aware of these risks should participate in the
ICO. Note also that the ICO excludes certain groups of people such as:
persons whose acquisition of FNP would cause a breach of the law or
requirements of any country or governmental authority, including anti-
money laundering regulations or conventions;
persons that are from (or purchases on behalf of, or are directly or
indirectly affiliated with) a prohibited country, territory, individual or
entity listed (i) on the United States Department of Treasury’s OFAC
website, (ii) on the European Commission’s consolidated list of
Restrictive measures in force, or (iii) on the French Direction du Trésor
summary table of restrictive measures by country;
persons that are (i) a citizens or residents of a geographic area in
which access to the Platform is prohibited by any applicable law, decree,
regulation, treaty, or administrative act, (ii) citizens or residents of, or
located in, a geographic area that is subject...
In recent years,
new models of collaborative economies grew by placing
the consumer at the center of all actions
, thus disrupting the traditional
The consumer goes from being a simple ‘B2C’
target to a co-creator of value within the ecosystem.
A large number of areas, such as housing (AirBnB, FlipKey, ClickStay),
transportation (BlablaCar, UberPOOL) and social media (Facebook,
Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter) have already adopted this trend. They
remain, however, organized around
unique and centralized platforms
whose sole purpose is profitability and value creation for shareholders.
Following a race towards globalization and economic centralization for
more than 20 years, new technologies emerged such as the Blockchain
making it possible
to reinvent new ecosystems where value creation is
between consumers and businesses.
A 360° COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY
The race towards scaled and pr...
without fully benefiting from the best technological support, such as the
FlipNpik will become the first Collaborative Social Media dedicated to
local businesses, connected to the Blockchain technology.
FlipNpik will also provide its users with
a solid, scalable and effective
infrastructure, supporting a high volume for microtransaction
, all while
competitive cost per transaction
For this purpose,
will use the
will not only allow businesses
to publish entertaining, informative and/or promotional content for their
subscribers in just a few clicks but will also allow them to benefit from
visual content created and published by
users of the Platform.
On the other hand, FlipNpik allows subscribed merchants to buy
1.1 LOCAL CONSUMPTION: A WORLDWIDE ISSUE
Although many consumers are aware of the importance of maintaining
a strong economic bond with local businesses, nonetheless, many
businesses are currently facing major challenges that will need to
be addressed quickly if they want to regain their position and their
sustainability in the current economic landscape.
Today, the traffic in commercial areas is decreasing, so it becomes
essential for local shops to gain visibility in order to maintain and
increase their customer base. To this end,
local businesses must
imperatively adopt a digital shift and develop a collaboration as well as
communication on social media.
Indeed, it is notably through better collaboration and communication
between the merchant and the consumer that an increase in local
consumption will occur both through online and in store sales.
Nowadays, social media are an essential communication channel. About
46% of online users use social...
1.2 LOCAL CONSUMPTION :
AN ADDED VALUE FOR THE COMMUNITY
Beyond the ethical and environmental dimensions, consuming locally
increases the economic benefits related to our consumption and
optimizes the allocation of the created value.
A Canadian study demonstrated that 45% of independent retail sales
are injected into the local economy, in comparison to only 17% for large
commercial chains. In the food service industry, 65% is injected among
local restaurants compared to 30% for large chains.
According to another Canadian study, the local businesses of British
Columbia produce 2.6 times more impact on the local economy than
the larger brands. The study concludes that a transfer of 10% of the big
chains’ market to independents would produce 31,000 additional jobs.
The same trend has been observed in the United States, while a study
demonstrated that every dollar spent in a small business generates
an additional 58 cents of economic benefit within the local eco...