Naviaddress
Naviaddress
Token: NVT


Naviaddress is much more than just an address

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-03-01
End date: 2018-03-31

Registrated in: Cayman Islands

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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KYC passing required No | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Hard cap 25,000,000 USD
Tokens for sale 500,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
50%
50%
Price 1 NVT = 0.05 USD
Acceppting ETH, BTC, Fiat
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Random whitepaper excerpts

DISCLAIMER
This draft white paper is for discussion and information purposes
only. The information contained herein is subject to change. No
part of this draft document is legally binding or enforceable.
There is no guarantee as to the accuracy of or the conclusions
reached in this white paper, and this white paper is provided “as
is”. Naviaddress Limited does not make and expressly disclaims
all representations and warranties, express, implied, statutory or
otherwise, whatsoever, including, but not limited to: (i) warranties of
merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, suitability, usage,
title or noninfringement; (ii) that the contents of this white paper
are free from error; and (iii) that such contents will not infringe
third-party rights. Naviaddress Limited and its affiliates shall have
no liability for damages of any kind arising out of the use, reference
to, or reliance on this white paper or any of the content contained
herein, even if advised of the possi...

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. WHY NAVIADDRESS?
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1.1 The need for comprehensive addressing
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1.1.1 Geographical coordinates
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1.1.2 Postal addresses
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1.2 Naviaddress idea creation
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1.3 Our vision
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2. THE NAVIADDRESS SYSTEM
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2.1 Core principles
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2.2 Naviaddress types and address protocol (containers)
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2.3 Custom Naviaddress
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2.4 Postal Naviaddress
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2.4.1 Federal Naviaddresses
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2.4.2 Regional Naviaddresses
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2.4.3 Global Naviaddresses
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2.5 Total Naviaddress pool
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2.6 Premium Naviaddress
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3. NAVIADDRESS PLATFORM AND TRANSACTIONS
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3.1 Introduction
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3.2 Main actors
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3.3 NaviTokenS™
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3.4 Tokenomics
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3.5 The Right to a Naviaddress
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3.6 Transfer of rights to a Naviaddress
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3.7 Safeguards - Blockchain
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3.8 Metadata and c...

5. ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES
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5.1 Development roadmap
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5.2 Possibilities Through Partnerships
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5.2.1 Legal/Corporate Documents Storage
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5.2.2 Real Estate
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5.5 R&D to determine the best long-term solution
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6. LEGAL DISCLAIMER
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6.2 General warning
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6.3 Warnings on the risks inherent to the ICO
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6.4 Warnings on the risks inherent to the ICO
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6.5 Recent regulatory actions
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6.6 Know your customer procedure (KYC) and OECD
complaisance
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4
...

1.1 The Need for Comprehensive Addressing
Addresses serve a wide spectrum of fundamental functions that
include:

Representation of a location (addresses are the most widely
used means of doing so);

Representation of a well-defined space where human or
business activities take place and which has an economic
value and a social role;

Provision of a physical building location, particularly for cities
with a complex structure;

Building identification as endpoints of a postal system;

Third dimension representation;

Parameterization of data for statistics collection (census-
taking, insurance and more);

And even social status signalling;
Considering their importance, accessibility to and reliability of
information relating to such addresses are key. Moreover, in
today’s connected, globalized world, the need for a comprehensive,
functional and universal addressing system has beco...

the well- known astronomer Ptolemy. Its mechanism is relatively
simple: it uses angular measurements to describe a position on the
Earth’s surface.
As technologies evolved, Sir Isaac Newton formalized the first
universal definition and principle of a geographical coordinates
system: a system that enabled every location on Earth to be
described by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.
This system is still used today and would appear to represent the
best mapping/addressing solution available. It is standardized,
purportedly easy to understand and could, in principle, identify any
location on the planet relatively accurately.
However, despite its worldwide usage, it is far from being ideal. Its
first flaw lies in the conversion method of the distances at different
locations across the globe. For instance, if a ship would be located
at the Equator, one degree of latitude would be equal to 110.57 kms;
40 degrees of latitude to 111.03 kms; while 80 degrees would already
rep...


Complexity in converting the latitude/longitude into an
actual ‘location’ due to conversion coefficients that may vary
depending on location.

The system not being user-friendly. It is non-trivial to transmit
the location information from one person to another on a
daily basis. Even if such information were to be transmitted,
the coordinates would still only represent dots on a map and it
would be hard to tell if that dot would depict the correct place
without actually consulting a map.

Geographical coordinates only allow for representation of fixed
positions on Earth, not moving locations. After all, location and
position are different things.
1.1.2 Postal Addresses
Before the postal addressing era, which dates back to the 18th-
19th centuries, most houses and buildings had no identification
whatsoever. Streets were named after local landmarks or noble
people living in the area. Various towns had streets left without
a name ...

Another flaw is that postal code systems in some areas are simply
insufficient, requiring senders to further specify the desired address.
Other shortcomings include the fact that:

There is
no simple mapping algorithm
to a physical location
(i.e. coordinates);

Addresses have
an insufficient amount of data
to fully capture
a particular place’s location (no description or photograph or
video to show a house);

The addresses’
formats
are different throughout the world:
To be sure, the modern way of house numbering is an
alternating scheme progressing in each direction along a
street, with odd numbers on one side and even numbers on
the other. Minor variations of the standard pattern also exist:
for instance, various towns across the United Kingdom have
“up and down” numbering schemes, where numbers progress
sequentially along one side of the road and then sequentially
back down the oth...

Even when putting aside the variety of address styles and
‘empty’ addresses, another issue arises: how can we share
addresses with others around the world? This issue works both
ways - when sending and receiving an address. We could, for
instance, consider examples such as searching an address
online in Norway using only the English alphabet, trying to
explain directions to a taxi driver in China when not a fluent
speaker or sending an office location to a potential investor
from another country.
To best illustrate this point and the complexity of cultural
particularities, we provide, in the below Table, some examples of
addresses from all over the world. Even if we were to translate
all of these addresses into English (or use Roman numerals),
this would barely help.
World Addresses – Postal Format
Original Address
English denomination
6 Parvis Notre-Dame - Pl. Jean-Paul 6 Parvis Notre-Dame - Pl. Jean-Paul II
II, 75004 Paris, France
75004 Paris...

Naviaddress Roadmap

1
2012
The concept of a new unified digital address platform developed
2
2015
Naviaddress incorporated, patent filed, MVP developed, Angel round $500K raised
3
2016
The first app released, integration with UBER implemented
4
2017 Q1
Seed round $2MM received
5
2017 Q2
Strategic Partnership Agreement signed with Booking.com
6
2017 Q3
Naviaddress app user base reached 100 000 users
Naviaddress blockchain protocol development started.
7
2017 Q4
ICO & NaviToken (NVT) token will be available on exchanges
8
2018 Q1
Naviaddress ownership ledger, sell and rent smart-contracts
9
2018 Q2
Implementation of the Naviaddress blockchain protocol in the existing Naviaddress app
10
2018 Q2
Launch of the incentive program for a new free address platform
11
2018 Q3-Q4
Re-sell & ownership transfer smart-contracts
Business integration and partnership initiatives (DiDi, AirBnB, Alibaba, DHL, DPD, Amazon, etc.)

William Mougayar
Advisors William Mougayar Author at The Business Blockchain

Fabrice Croiseaux
Advisors Fabrice Croiseaux CEO - InTech SA

Christophe David
Advisors Christophe David CFO, DomRaider

Jean-Jacques Quisquater
Advisors Jean-Jacques Quisquater Cryptography Expert

Jed Grant
Advisors Jed Grant CEO Peermountain

Nicolas Courtois
Advisors Nicolas Courtois Cryptologist, Senior Lecturer at University College London

Gleb Davidyuk
Advisors Gleb Davidyuk Managing Partner, iTech Capital

Sébastien Bourguignon
Advisors Sébastien Bourguignon Manager Conseil IT

Gilbert Reveillon
Advisors Gilbert Reveillon CEO Mobile LOOV

Konstantin Yakunin
Advisors Konstantin Yakunin Co-Founder and CEO, Express Russian Mail Service

Ian Scarffe
Advisors Ian Scarffe

Mikhail Gamzin
Team Mikhail Gamzin CEO & Founder

Dmitri Moiseev
Team Dmitri Moiseev COO & Co-founder

Mikhail Zelenin
Team Mikhail Zelenin VP, Products & Blockchain Architect

Andrey Li
Team Andrey Li VP, Integration & Strategic Partnerships

Mikhail Zelenin
Mikhail Zelenin
VP, Products & Blockchain Architect
Ian Scarffe
Ian Scarffe
Blockchain & Crypto Expert
Blockchain Consultant - Business Ambassador
Blockchain & ICO Advisor
Business Ambassador
Founder & Investor, Binkplus.pl
Advisor and Board Member
Blockchain Consultant - Business Ambassador
Blockchain – ICO Advisor / Consultant / Strategist / Investor
Blockchain – ICO Advisor/Business Ambassador/Consultant/Strategist
Founder & Investor, Binkplus.pl
Founder at Crypto Consulting and Investments LTD.
BLOCKCHAIN & STARTUP ADVISOR
ICO ADVISOR
Senior Advisor
Blockchain Consultant & Business Ambassador
Blockchain ICO Consultant
Blockchain ICO Consultant / Advisor. Founder at Crypto Consulting and Investments LTD.
Marketing, IR, Adviser
Strategic Advisor
Marketing advisor
Advisor-Investor Relation
Blockchain - ICO Advisor / Consultant / Strategist / Investor
Blockchain and Crypto Advisor
Strategic Advisor
Blockchain Expert and Serial Entrepreneur
Advisor, United Kingdom
Founder & Investor, Binkplus.pl
Blockchain - ICO Advisor
Ian Scarffe
Ian Scarffe
Gilbert Réveillon
Gilbert Réveillon
Entrepreneur and French foreign trade advisor
Sébastien Bourguignon
Sébastien Bourguignon
Manager Conseil IT
Nicolas Courtois
Nicolas Courtois
Cryptologist, Senior Lecturer at University College London
Senior lecturer of cryptography at University College London
Jed Grant
Jed Grant
CEO Peermountain
CEO Peermountain
Founder & CEO of KYC3, founder of Sandstone, founding member of Infrachain, board member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg
MBA CEO, Lead Architec & Visionary
Christophe David
Christophe David
CFO, DomRaider
Christophe DAVID
Christophe DAVID
Fabrice CROISEAUX
Fabrice CROISEAUX
CEO - InTech SA
William Mougayar
William Mougayar
Author at The Business Blockchain
Advisor
Blockchain investor, thought leader and author
Toronto Author, Mentor, Investor
William MOUGAYAR
William MOUGAYAR
Author at The Business Blockchain
WILLIAM MOUGAYAR
WILLIAM MOUGAYAR