info@highbank.io
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Token: HighBank


HighBank stands for Intuitive Interactive Instinctive crypto eco system

PreICO dates
Start date: 2019-02-01
End date: 2019-02-28

ICO dates
Start date: 2019-03-01
End date: 2019-04-30

Registrated in: British Virgin Islands

Platform: Ethereum

PREMIUM ICO

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KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries USA
Soft cap 5000000 USD
Hard cap 40000000 USD
Tokens for sale 100000000
Token distribution in ICO
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40
Price 1 USD
Price in PreICO 1 USD
Minimal investment 50 USD
Acceppting BTC,ETH,LTC
HighBank aims to create a one-stop platform providing a holistic blockchain experience to any developer, crypto trader and marketing agency via community wide decentralized decision making methodology.The most important components of HighBank eco system are: ICO listing Platform, ICO Launch and Crowdfunding Platform, Decentralized Crypto Exchange, and Online & Offline HighBank Community.
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ABSTRACT
HighBank is creating the next-generation Blockchain-based ecosystem required to allow the
crypto community to maximize and diversify their portfolios in the volatile crypto marketplace.
We are transforming the foundation of crypto markets to create a viable trading ecosystem that
boosts the adoption of cryptocurrencies. Our platform—to be built on top of Ethereum
Blockchain—will be a one-in-all crypto trading platform housing a Decentralized Crypto
Exchange, ICO Listing, ICO Launch, and Crowdfunding, Marketing and Partner programme,
Online and Offline community center, and Blockchain Consultancy.
HighBank democratizes crypto trading in the following sense:
I.
Creating more opportunities for traders to buy, sell and exchange their favorite
virtual currencies;
II.
Providing start-ups, that intend to use ICOs as a means for raising funds, an
international platform that allows them to gain global recognition;
III.
Providing Blockchain start-ups all the necess...

TABLE OF CONTENT
HIGHBANK MODEL
8
WHY ICOS HAVE BEEN FAILING?
10
HIGHBANK AT A GLANCE
12
SERVICES
19

THE TECHNOLOGY
23

WHY PURSUE DECENTRALIZATION?
24

FEATURES
28

OFF-CHAIN MATCHING ENGINE
30
A PAYMENT GATEWAY FOR EVERYONE
31
BLOCKCHAIN CONSULTANCY & ADVISORY SERVICES
33
REVENUE GENERATION PLAN
41
STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION DETAILS
42
THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE SYSTEM
45

TOKENONOMICS
46

SECURITY PROTOCOLS
50
ANSWERING THE POTENTIAL QUERIES
51
MARKET (COMPETITION) OVERVIEW
55
LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS
6

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REFERENCES
71

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INTRODUCTION
2019 marked ten years since Bitcoin—the first ever peer-to-peer (P2P), decentralized
cryptocurrency and use case of Blockchain—was unveiled. In a sense, Blockchain solved
the decades-long double spending problem that had stopped cryptocurrencies from
being created and deployed. And at the initial stages of its launch, many people doubted
its potentials.
Today, the raging debate as to whether virtual currencies will ever go mainstream or not has
finally been settled. Based on the current growth rates, financial analysts and Blockchain experts
estimate the number of Bitcoin users to skyrocket to over 200 million by 2024. With such a
number of users, there is no doubt that cryptocurrencies are primed to penetrate the traditional
markets, as a vast majority of consumers, investors, and governments, consumers adopt them.
Despite these remarkable statistics, it is worth noting that cryptocurrency markets have a
fundamental distinction when compared to traditional marketplaces. Osterriede...

However, such an assumption can only apply to a knowledgeable and experienced crypto trader.
According to the United Nations (UN) agency reveals that nearly 3.9 billion people (representing
about 51 percent) of the world population have access to the Internet.
Yet, the same statistics cannot be said about cryptocurrency adoption. A new report by the
Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance reveals that roughly 3 million people (less than 1% of
all the internet users) are actively using cryptocurrencies.
Evidently, there is a disparity between the level of internet adoption and cryptocurrency usage.
Notwithstanding the rapid growth of cryptocurrency marketplaces, mass adoption into
mainstream business is still a challenge. This is because most cryptocurrency trading platforms
have primarily focused on single systems that provide only one service.
There is no one-stop platform where traders can exchange cryptocurrencies, launch ICOs, list
ICOs, provide marketing and partner programmes, offer online and offl...

HighBank MODEL
Consider, as a general case, a sequence of identically and independently distributed random
variables {


1


,


2







} having a continuous cumulative distribution function



, for


=1, 2...


. Given
a threshold
u
> 0
, X-u (Excess distribution) denoted by T(x) can be formed as:
T
(
x
) =
P
(
X

u
) ≤
x
|
X
>
u
………………………………………………………………… (1)
This can be simplified as follows:
F
x
(
u
+
x
)−
F x
(
u
)
1−
T
(
x
)
,
<...

On the other hand, when


=0,


,


(


)

will correspond to an exponentially declining tail
distribution (Gumbel type) or thin-tailed distribution. When


<0,


,


(


)

function will correspond
to a distribution with no tail such as a Weibull type distribution. If the number of
cryptocurrencies was small enough and markets were not as volatile as they are today, then
cryptocurrency traders would encounter minimal challenges due to the thin-tailed distribution
nature of the distribution.
However, this is not the case. Why?

In October 2018 the number of cryptocurrencies
surpassed 2000 for the first time. As of this writing, the total market capitalization of all the
cryptocurrencies is nearly $119 b...

WHY ICOS HAVE BEEN FAILING?
The ICOs which were like ‘hotcakes’ in 2017 are failing miserably as of yet (not all of them). There
are several reasons behind this massive decline. Let’s discuss some of them in this section.
INADEQUATE MARKET VALUE
About 70% of ICOs fail in the initial stages because their services or products do not have any
value and demand in the market at the given time. So, it is very important that before you
announce an ICO, make sure that it has a proper audience which indeed ‘craves’ for the services
you are offering. Moreover, you should also be very particular about establishing your reputation
and building trust in the niche in order to make your ICO a booming success.
FAILURE TO ESTABLISH BRAND IDENTITY
Most of the newbies invest in a venture by getting trapped in its visual appeal. Therefore, several
researches have shown that it is imperative to establish a decent and appealing brand identity.
It includes every element of your website, including content, logo,...

in order to avoid this, make sure that the objectives of your offering match the scope of your
project’s outline.
Before initiating the public sale, it is ideal to conduct a private sale first, if your team is small for
an ICO.
LACK OF AUDIT, REPORTING, & MEASUREMENT
Majority of failed ICOs are launched by newcomers who have very limited knowledge of the
online marketing techniques and do not understand the need for continuous auditing,
measurement and reporting to improve their ICOs. To avoid this, make sure that you know
about the relevant online tools which can help you to do all these things in an automated
environment. Hence, diminishing the likelihood of errors. If you are not an expert, hire one!
Remember that an ICO is like a product or service which cannot survive until and unless you are
marketing it the right way. You need to understand your audience, ways to find it and then
converting the prospects into leads.

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