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Personal Message from the Founder
Security Token Offering
What problem are we solving?
Problems for Buyers and Prospective Buyers
Problems for Suppliers
What is our solution to the problem?
Trust and Reputation Management
Platform Target Market
Revenue and Proﬁtability
Team and Advisors
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
nline sourcing between buyers and sellers is often a grueling, awkward,
time consuming and costly process. Users of large social networking
sites encounter overwhelming amounts of spam and scams.
Platforms such as LinkedIn can be valuable for job seekers and general networking
within a person's own circle. However venturing outside of that circle to conduct
business can be very risky for buyers and a tremendous waste of time for suppliers
who often pitch their services to people of whom 99% have no interest or need for
Solutions designed speciﬁcally for freelancers & job seekers such as Fiverr, Upwork,
and Pro Finder offer some beneﬁts over more generic social networks, but
frequently charge exorbitant fees (eg. 20%) or Suppliers demand prohibitively
high hourly/ﬁxed rates. These challenges prevent many contractors and those
seeking their services from transacting effectively.
The LINKCHAIN team is solving ...
Beyond the traditional transaction based model that we are developing, we are
also laying the foundation for fostering the creation and development of a strong
sustainable community. This will be done by identifying and catering to our users'
fundamental needs of safety, a desire to belong, esteem, and self fulﬁllment.
By building on GoChain’s enterprise-friendly blockchain, we are able to provide
our users with the ability to transact securely, e ciently and at a fraction of the
cost. GoChain has forked off of the Ethereum blockchain, strengthened the
codebase, incorporated upgradable smart contracts and implemented a novel
Proof of Reputation (POR) consensus mechanism that enables increased
transaction speeds, decreased transaction costs and greater decentralization.
Furthermore, the power of immutability that this distributed ledger technology
provides is profound, virtually eliminating any opportunity for manipulation or
fraud. All transaction history, ratings, reviews and ...
A personal Message
from The Founder
appreciate you taking the time to research LINKCHAIN. I’m Conston Taylor,
LINKCHAIN’s founder and CEO. I did not set out to launch an ICO. In fact, it was
the furthest thing from my mind. My main focus was working with my key
clients as an advisor to ensure that their ICO launch was successful. As a purchaser
in ICOs, my focus was to ensure that I identiﬁed the highest quality ICOs to invest in
The LINKCHAIN concept was conceived out of months of personal frustration and
lost productivity. As an active LinkedIn user, I’ve had many freelancers and
suppliers contact me to pitch their services. The
irony is that in many cases, I actually needed the services they were offering.
However, because I had no idea who they were nor their capabilities, I was not
willing to take a risk on them. At the same time,
I’ve had companies contact me to perform services for them. I was always faced
with the same issu...
The LINKCHAIN Security Token (STO)
LINKCHAIN has created an STO to provide liquidity, transparency, and
regulatory protections for our investors via the SEC (Security & Exchange
The STO essentially allows LINKCHAIN to offer the public the ability to be
part of its ongoing success, via token ownership.
Please read our full list of disclaimers and legal considerations regarding Security
Token Offerings here
Why an STO?
Traditional ICO Utility Token Offerings (UTOs) do not allow token buyers to have
equity in the company. This means that the success of the token is based on the
demand and performance on external cryptocurrency exchanges. LINKCHAIN
believes that the most effective way to allow participants to share in the success
and growth of our company is to give them partial ownership in our company.
Hence for each LINKCHAIN security token that you purchase you...
A Unique Value Proposition:
It is crucial that we do not create a “Me2” project. It is essential that we
deliver something truly unique that offers value to the blockchain space,
crowdsale buyers, and users.
LINKCHAIN achieves this by building a secure platform for veriﬁed Buyers &
Suppliers (including freelancers) to effectively identify & transact with one
another. We are also using GoChain blockchain technology. We are
leveraging the security and speed of blockchain technology in addition to
the user-friendliness of peer-to-peer transactions via tokens to create a
better user experience.
Delivering a Successful Project by Analyzing Previous Failures
It is just as important to analyze failure as it is to study success. This is why doctors
spend hours in morbidity and mortality conferences to see what went wrong,
what worked, and how medicine and wellbeing can be improved. This is why we
spent hours poring over the internet failures of the 1990’s. Man...
Evidence of failure due to the misapplication of decentralization
Decentralization is sometimes touted as a panacea within the blockchain space.
While we believe decentralization is important and has its place for some
applications, it is not a cure all and ﬁx all, and should be applied deliberately with
strategy, tactics, and caution. For this lesson we studied Value America, date of
birth 1996, died 2000. Cause of death: elimination of a necessary middleman.
Value America tried to connect consumers directly to manufacturers in an
attempt to save the consumers money by eliminating the distributors. This proved
fatal as manufacturers are horrendous at communication, which was a key value
distributors provided. The result was missed orders and delayed shipments. This
was the equivalent of taking the gear shift out of the vehicle. Or the instrument
panel and communications gear out of an airplane. The outcome is predictably
disastrous. Likewise, we are seeing supply chain managemen...
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