Token for Global Decentralized Emergency Response

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1. Problem
2. Solution
3. Organization
4. Reference Implementation
4.1 Protocol
4.2 Progress To Date
4.3 How Does It Work?
5 Hardware Support For API Platform
6 Distributed Response
7 The Guardium Token
8 Paid Guardian Marketplace
8.1 Guardium Response Contracts
Response ‘At A Distance’
10 Alert Room Transcript Preservation
10.1 Alert Room Transcript Custody and Viewing Permission
11 Geofenced Response
12 Guardium For Corporations, Governments and Institutions
13 Guardium Beyond Guardian Circle
13.1 Guardium Is Built For A Working, Deployed App
13.2 Guardium Is Social Good
14 Why Are We Doing The Guardium Token Launch?
15 Technology of the Guardium Token and Blockchain
15.1 Background
15.2 Introduction
15.3 Algorithm
15.4 Speed
15.5 Mining
15.6 Security
15.7 Distribution
16 Investors and Advisors
17 Team
18 Conclusion

1 Problem
Less than half of the world has 9-1-1, a government centralized emergency response system. Invented in 1968 for a
world of landlines, it has not advanced significantly
Emergency services, particularly in remote areas suffer from these problems:

9-1-1 operators do not know your location 90% of the time if you call from a mobile
device. (See
1’s Deadly Flaw
in USA Today

: In March 2017, 9-1-1 was completely unavailable nationwide
on AT&T mobile. In that
same month, a child died
because a caregiver was put on 9-1-1 hold for half an hour

Here is an blog post
with more details.

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Location of Emergency
: Emergency responders need a detailed explanation of the location of the
emergency, in many cases this location is not automatically available through the device GPS when calling
a traditional 9-1-1 service
: Centralization reduces scalability. In disasters such as recent hurricanes Irma and Harvey,
emergency response was swamped with calls and those calling would often be faced with a busy signal.
During hurricane Irma, CNN announced that 9-1-1 calls would simply go unanswered in Florida for the
duration of the storm. The inherent centralization of current emergency response limits scalability.
4) Distribution:
Four billion people on earth have no access to 9-1-1 services.
Knowledge of responder
: In many cases, first responders are entering into situations where their
knowledge may be extremely limited. This may limit their ability to provide appropriate care.
User Interface
: Typically emergency ...

Reference Implementation
Problems of User Interface, Location and Responder Knowledge can potentially be solved by today’s smartphone
applications, indeed Guardian Circle employs smartphone technology to solve these problems.
It’s easy to imagine a
service like Uber where anyone can come to your aid simply at the press of a button.
Guardian Circle decentralizes response. It enables people to protect one another with peer-to-peer 9-1-1 services
through their mobile phones. Mobile devices can be used to instantly alert and organize multiple nearby citizen and
professional responders into a ‘flash mob of help’.
Guardium is a blockchain based token used to compensate protection and emergency response worldwide. It is used
to power the Guardian Circle alert response intelligence grid. Guardium blockchain based smart contracts can serve
as pre-established security agreements that can accelerate or facilitate trusted emergency response.
Utility Tokens will have the greatest impact where people are unban...

: Security providers are largely decentralized, however, professional responders and trained organizations
may enter into agreements with Guardian Circle or with the Foundation to provide services into the network.
: Consumers of security services are decentralized and can join the network by downloading the client
reference implementation or through use of a hardware device.
4. Reference Implementation
Guardian Circle, Inc. has already developed and deployed a reference implementation of the network. The current
version is free for all users and for emergency responders. The next step in the roadmap will be to implement the use
of Guardium tokens for enabling the formation of emergency service marketplaces.
The user experience is that you simply push a button, and nearby help comes. It scales from minor to major
emergencies, scales from peer-to-peer to professional response, and has an open API that connects to a wide range
of IoT devices.
4.1 Progress To Date

4.2 User Experience

Become Guardians with your friends, family and neighbors in the app.

Optionally select Paid Guardians to subscribe to as well.

You hit an ALERT button: your Guardians are instantly notified.

When they click through, they appear on a map and a chatroom.
You can think of this as 'SnapMaps for

In under 30 seconds, everyone knows where everyone else is. And everyone can communicate. So now
they can come up with a plan to help you fast.

Guardians are not required to know each other ahead of time.

There are optional paid semi-pro and professional Guardian responders: off-duty EMT's, security guards,
‘guardian angel’ groups and paid concierge Alert operators (more on
this below).

5. Hardware Support for API Platform
Guardian Circle has created an Open API that allows anyone to pair their hardware or application with a specific
Guardian Circle account, and thus generate Alerts programmatically.
As a result, there will soon be many new ways to create an Alert:

Panic Button Jewelry (Ring, Necklace, Wristband, Watch, Keychain)

Cellular Data IoT Panic Button (no bluetooth or phone proximity required)

In-home Voice (Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Apple Homepod)

In-car Voice (OnStar, Alexa)

Passive Alert Generation: Fall detection, irregular heartbeat detection, breaking a geofence (grandpa
wanders off), failure to answer a safety inquiry.
6. Distributed Response
Instead of simply alerting a single, remote 9-1-1 call center, Guardian Circle sends alerts to
especially ones who are geographically nearby. In under 30 seconds, everyone knows where everyone else is and
can communicate - wit...

7. The Guardium Token
The following describes how the system we envision may work, and it is our intent to build such a system. However,
it should be understood that this entire concept is experimental. We may discover that it is better implemented in
different ways than stated below or takes longer to build than we think. We may even discover that is it impossible
to implement such a system effectively or sustainably. Or we may decide it is prudent to focus on building only a
small portion of what follows, especially in early months and years. In all cases, it should be fully understood that
the implementation details described below will very likely change as we iterate and learn.
Guardian Circle will have a free tier and a paid tier.
The free tier is available worldwide right now. You can have an unlimited number of Guardians and generate an
unlimited number of Alerts. This basic service will always be free. For the four billion people with no 9-1-1, this
alone is extremely valuable.
But in orde

Guardium Roadmap

February 2016
Launch Guardian Circle apps worldwide on iOS, Android, Alexa. Launch Open API and XPRIZE Partnership.
Q2 2018
Token Sale
May 2018
Distribution of Tokens
August 2018
Beta release of apps with Guardium Protection Contracts
December 2018
Final release of apps with Guardium Protection Contracts
January 2019
Worldwide Expansion Push
Mark Jeffrey
Mark Jeffrey CEO & Founder

Chris Hayes
Chris Hayes CTO & Founder

Patrick Takats
Patrick Takats User Support

Zack Klapman
Zack Klapman Sales Support

Miko Matsumura
Advisors Miko Matsumura

Ken Brook
Advisors Ken Brook

Michael Terpin
Advisors Michael Terpin

Fred Kruegar
Advisors Fred Kruegar

Richard Titus
Advisors Richard Titus

Ryan Scott
Advisors Ryan Scott

Mark Jeffrey
Mark Jeffrey
CEO & Founder
Co-founder and CEO, Guardian Circle
Co-founder and CEO, Guardian Circle
Michael Terpin
Michael Terpin
CEO of Transform Group, chairman BitAngels
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Blockchain Adviser, CEO, Transform Group; Chairman, BitAngels / USA
CEO, Transform Group; Chairman, BitAngels
Founder and CEO, Transform Group
Transform Group, CoinAgenda
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co-founded BitAngels
CEO Transform Group
Transform Group CEO
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Founder and CEO of Transform Group
Advisor Blockchain Expert
Advisory Board Member
Miko Matsumura
Miko Matsumura
Limited Partner Pantera Capital
Co-founder at Evercoin
Pantera Capital LP and founder of Evercoin Exchange
Marketing Advisor
Richard Titus
Richard Titus
Serial entrepreneur / Co founded
ARK Partners
Managing Partner of ARK VC Fund
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Ryan Scott
Ryan Scott
Investor Alignment and Strategy
Entrepreneur, Investor, Philanthropist
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William Mougayar
William Mougayar
Blockchain investor, thought leader and author
Author at The Business Blockchain
Toronto Author, Mentor, Investor
Managing Partner, JM3 Capital
Author at The Business Blockchain