Pingvalue
Pingvalue
Token: PCO


Platform with omni-channel technologies

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-02-11
End date: 2018-03-04

Registrated in: Luxembourg

Type: ERC23

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Pingvalue whitepaper
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KYC passing required No | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
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This draft White Paper is provided for discussion and information purposes only.
No part of this White Paper is legally binding or enforceable, nor is it meant to
be. The information contained herein does not constitute an offer to sell or a
solicitation to purchase financial instruments.
This White Paper is subject to change and its final version will be published as
soon as adopted. Please do not copy or disseminate any part of this White Paper
without including this disclaimer.
The Initial Coin Offering (hereafter, the “ICO”) project, presented in this White
Paper by *Pingvalue SARL*, a Société à responsabilité limitée, incorporated
under the laws of *Luxemburg*, duly represented for the purposes hereof by
its President *Luciano Scartochia*(“Pingvalue”), is an unregulated fundraising
operation. It poses several risks to buyers, in particular, that of losing all amounts
traded for Pingvalue tokens. Only people who are fully aware of these risks
should participate in the ICO. <...

Table of Content
1. AN INTRODUCTION TO BLOCKCHAIN........................................................... 6
Blockchain........................................................................................................................... 6
Smart Contracts................................................................................................................ 7
2. ABSTRACT – PINGVALUE TODAY......................................................................
9
Today’s Challenges
....................................................................................................... 12
The Solution of Pingvalue..........................................................................................
13
Competitive/Collaborative Landscape................................................................. 17
2.1 – What are Pingvalue goals?..............................................................................
19
2.2 – What are Pingvalue objectives?.....................

3. PINGVALUE ARCHITECTURE
...........................................................................
35
3.1 – Token Pingcoin (PCO)
.......................................................................................
35
3.2 - Functionnalities & Rewards
............................................................................
36
Open-Loop Coins.......................................................................................................... 40
Closed-Loop Coins........................................................................................................ 41
3.3 - Security
...................................................................................................................
43
4. ROADMAP.................................................................................................................. 44
4.1 - A presentation of the current status of the project.............................. 44
4.2 - Roadmap..........................

5. REGULATORY AND COMPLIANCE
...............................................................
49
5
.1 – Offer and allocation..........................................................................................
49
5.2 – Token roles and attributes
..............................................................................
52
5.3 – Legal disclaimer
..................................................................................................
52
5.4 – Sales restrictions
................................................................................................
55
5.5 – Warnings on the risks inherent to the ICO
..............................................
58
Appendix N°1 - Introduction to the team
.......................................................... 64
Appendix N°2 - Supports / Sponsors
..................................................................... 67
Appendix N°3 - Glossary
....

1.
An introduction to blockchain
Blockchain
A new technology is redefining the way we transact: blockchain has the
potential to change the way we buy and sell, interact with government
and verify the authenticity of everything from property titles to organic
vegetables.
It combines the openness of the internet with the security of cryptography
to give everyone a faster, safer way to verify key information and establish
trust.
A blockchain is a distributed, verifiable datastore. In simpler words, it is a
network of computers having an identical copy of the database and changing
its state (records) by a common agreement based on pure mathematics. It
means, that there is no need for any central server or agent to trust.
The blockchain is the technological base for all those names like Bitcoin,
Ethereum, Hyperledger.
Bitcoin has been dominant in the cryptocurrency field for a long time. It was
launched with the intention to bypass government regulations and create

and then signing the transaction with his or her private-key.
To order these transactions and prevent the double-spending problem,
blockchains use the proof-of-work. The proof-of-work is a procedure that
establishes a cost for grouping transactions in a certain order and adding
them to the blockchain.
These groups of transactions are called blocks. Each block points to a
previous block in the chain, thus the name blockchain. By making blocks
costly to make and making sure each new block points to the previous
block, any potential attacker wanting to modify the history of transactions
as represented by the blockchain must pay the cost of each block modified.
The bigger the network, the harder it is to perform such attack.
Blockchain could be a revolution in the way everyone – businesses,
governments, organizations and individuals – work together. It provides a
simple, secure way to establish trust for virtually any kind of transaction,
removing the need of expensive third party and...

You make a payment for shipment to smart contract on a day of loading. It
holds payment till shipment delivery is confirmed by Bob. Then smart contract
releases the payment and money is transferred to Tom automatically.
if we would have a GPS tracker attached to the pallet then we simply could
eliminate Bob from this process and just release the payment automatically,
when the location rule is met.
For a wide range of potential applications, blockchain-based smart contracts
could offer a number of benefits:
Speed and real-time updates.
Because smart contracts use software code
to automate tasks that are typically accomplished through manual means,
they can increase the speed of a wide variety of business processes.
Accuracy.
Automated transactions are not only faster, but less prone to
manual error.
Lower execution risk.
The decentralized process of execution virtually
eliminates the risk of manipulation, nonperformance, or errors, since
execution is man...

2.
Abstract – Pingvalue today
Pingvalue is a tech startup founded in Luxembourg in 2014 that has already
expanded to Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy. The company’s
technological and industrial capacity is supported by the high qualification
of its team members. As a high-tech company, there is a clear strategy to
heavily invest in R&D to increase the technology value. But having reached
a first technology readiness, and found innovative and monetizable business
models, it is time to go to the market and get viable market feedback on the
basis of which the fine tuning of the product can begin. In the figure below
the key milestones of the project are illustrated.
01-2014
Pingvalue Sarl
Founded
05-2016
Cisco Solution
Partner
12-2016
Official Launch
iOS App
06-2017
Winner of
˝
Proyecto Wonderful
˝
for shopping centers
07-2017
Seal of Excellence
European Comission
...

Pingvalue Roadmap

1
Q3'2016
Web app:
• Dashboard 1.0
• Sign-up/sign-in
• Product listing
• Like/comment
• System
2
Q4'2016
Mobile app:
• Product listing
• Product details
• Wallet
• Like/Comment/Share
3
Q1'2017
Places:
• Web layout update
• Profile update
4
Q2'2017
• Coupon campaigns
• Categories of interest
• Interest
• Social Factor
• Pingspot
• Dashboard 2.0
5
Q3'2017
• Localisation
• Nearby
• Gif support
• Nearby parking
6
Q4'2017
• Notifications
• Chat
• Connections
• Wishlist
• Recommendations
• Best deals
• Loyalty program
• and many more...
Christophe David
Advisors Christophe David CFO, DomRaider

Jed Grant
Advisors Jed Grant CEO Peermountain

Videa Mike
Advisors Videa Mike

Marco Houwen
Advisors Marco Houwen

Luciano Scatorchia
Management and Business Development Luciano Scatorchia CEO

Jo Peeters
Management and Business Development Jo Peeters CFO

Jose Antonio Orallo Vuelta
Management and Business Development Jose Antonio Orallo Vuelta Director

Mario Recinella
Management and Business Development Mario Recinella Business Developer

Ron van Casand
Management and Business Development Ron van Casand General Manager PV Holland

Christoph van Ochten
Marketing & Communication Christoph van Ochten Art Director

Jose Francisco Amorós Flor
Marketing & Communication Jose Francisco Amorós Flor SEO/SEM Specialist

Marco Mentucci
Marketing & Communication Marco Mentucci Marketing Coordinator

Nicoletta Rizzi
Marketing & Communication Nicoletta Rizzi Communications Manager

Pascual Sánchez Juan
Marketing & Communication Pascual Sánchez Juan Administration

Torquil Harkness
Marketing & Communication Torquil Harkness Technical Marketing Lead

Verónica García Díez
Marketing & Communication Verónica García Díez HR

Adrián Chaves Fernández
R&D Adrián Chaves Fernández Data Extraction

Alejandro Compañy García
R&D Alejandro Compañy García Android Developer

Alicia Alcalde Ávila
R&D Alicia Alcalde Ávila QA Engineer

Antonio Llorens Arias
R&D Antonio Llorens Arias iOS Developer

Carlos Fernández López
R&D Carlos Fernández López iOS Developer

Carlos Pérez Sánchez
R&D Carlos Pérez Sánchez Backend Developer

Daniel Ferrández Sánchez
R&D Daniel Ferrández Sánchez Android Developer

Fernando López Rodríguez
R&D Fernando López Rodríguez Data Scientist

José León Serna
R&D José León Serna Technical Lead

Juan Antonio Caballero Medrano
R&D Juan Antonio Caballero Medrano Frontend Developer

Juan Antonio Cid Tomás
R&D Juan Antonio Cid Tomás QA Manager

Juan José Alfocea Marín
R&D Juan José Alfocea Marín Android Developer

Julien Tardy
R&D Julien Tardy Frontend Developer

Mario Sevilla Montoya
R&D Mario Sevilla Montoya iOS Developer

Marco Houwen
Marco Houwen
Project Lead, Infrachain.com
Videa Mike
Videa Mike
Board Member & COO
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
Christophe David
Christophe David
CFO, DomRaider