Quixxi Connect
Quixxi Connect
Token: QXE


Smart Crypto Payments

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-10-01
End date: 2018-11-01

Registrated in: Australia

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

Quixxi Connect categories
Payments/Wallets Platform
Quixxi Connect whitepaper
Quixxi Connect token sale
KYC passing required No | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Soft cap 3 000 000 USD
Hard cap 15 000 000 USD
Tokens for sale 70,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
70%
70%
Minimal investment None
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Quixxi Connect enables Smart Crypto Payments, where crypto transactions can be sent or received directly to an email address, phone number, or ID, instead of a complex hash address. Complete wallet protection is provided by decentralising shards of the user’s private key. These two unique features make Quixxi Connect a simple and intuitive payments platform, where focus is on breaking down the barriers for mass crypto adoption. Join our upcoming ICO at QuixxiConnect.com  
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction
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2. The Quixxi Connect Platform
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2.1.Smart Wallet
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2.1.1.Private Key Sharding
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2.1.2.Plasma research and integration
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2.1.3.Smart Payments
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2.1.4.Smart Commerce
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2.1.5.Distributed Storage Services
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2.1.6.Identity Management Services
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2.1.7. Future Services Summary
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3. Services Marketplace
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3.1.Service fee Structures
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3.2.Rewarding Blockchain Service Publishers
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3.2.1.Payment ...

1. Introduction
Recent years have seen a rapid rise in
technological advancements. In particular,
blockchain technologies have revolutionised the
way in which value is created, stored, and
transferred, in addition to offering a myriad of
new organisational possibilities. The
introduction of decentralised autonomous agents
represents a fundamental change in the way that
information can be stored and delivered. Crypto
currencies such as Bitcoin [2] and Litecoin [3]
revolutionised the world of financial transactions
by introducing trust-free decentralised
transactions, and are increasingly being adopted
by mainstream financial institutions.
Blockchain is the next major evolution
of the internet, often termed as the decentralised
web or the web of everything (Web 3.0).
Powering the key areas of security,
predominantly establishing trust among
untrusted peers, anonymously transferring
currency and assets, secure sharing of resources,
...

software libraries that abstract-away the detailed
operation of the underlying systems, allowing
client developers to enhance their applications
through interactions with blockchains such as
Ethereum and Bitcoin, [11]. It will also offer
customized application-specific services to meet
the growing demand for other blockchain-related
applications.
Interacting with the aforementioned
decentralised technologies requires payment of
fees, usually in the native currency of the
platform. To facilitate abstraction of these
payments away from users, the Quixxi Connect
Platform will rely on a new internal token,
named the
Quixxi Token (QXE)
. Furthermore,
Private Key shard receivers will be paid in QXE
for holding private key shards, and client
developers will use QXE to pay ongoing usage
fees or subscriptions for static libraries and/or
dynamic services offered on the platform.
Developers will pre-pay and maintain a balance
of QXE...

lengthy process for newcomers to
cryptocurrency. As the Quixxi Smart Wallet
runs on Ethereum, it can hold, send and receive
Ether as well as ERC-20 based tokens such as
Quixxi. QXE token holders can use the smart
wallet service to hold their ether or QXE and
ERC-20 tokens, or they can send them to other
Ethereum wallet addresses on the network.
This Wallet is based upon a BIP 44
Hierarchical Deterministic Wallet, which will
support more than two hundred crypto
currencies. It is intuitive and supports multi-
signature security. Backup of wallets are
typically facilitated through mnemonic phrases,
and this design makes our wallet both secure and
accessible.
Future implementations of this smart wallet may
support other currencies such as Bitcoin, Bitcoin
Cash or NEM.

Paper Wallet support

Synchronous access across all major mobile
and desktop platforms

One-time backup
2.1.1. Private Key Shar...

be friends and family, other hidden places
around the house, electronic devices etc.
Printing and storing a private key on paper and
hiding it somewhere is open to theft, fire or
other forms of damage. If a user

s private key is
left on one laptop device, and it is somehow
deleted or lost then access to ones funds on the
blockchain is blocked. Thus this sharding of
one

s private key to have a persistent and
resilient copy of their private key is a concept
that is imperative to understand for all users of
blockchains and various crypto-currencies.
Securing ones private keys is a vital part
of securing assets on the blockchain and using
the Smart Wallet can facilitate the process
automatically without a user being aware their
assets are being secured automatically.
With the private key sharding integrated in the
wallet, Ethereum users can rest assured their
private key will remain distributed, hidden and
safe,...

SWARM provides a decentralized service that
allows users to take advantage of storage
capacity on network nodes while simultaneously
incentivising nodes to host popular content, as
required to meet network demands. Furthermore,
decentralised storage and distribution means
content producers need not transfer content
ownership to a centralised entity in order to meet
their service needs.
The SWARM Resolver allows client developers
to in-corporate SWARM's decentralised storage
services into their applications. Client
developers can offer application users the ability
to distribute popular content or satisfy their
storage needs, safe in the knowledge that their
data is not housed by a centralised entity, free
from censorship, and that they retain ownership
of their content. The SWARM Resolver brings
breakthrough blockchain technology to
developer

s fingertips and into the mainstream.
SWARM is not the only organization
deve...

that allows developers to interact with the chain.
When individual blockchains add new features
or complexities, Quixxi will add support for
these and, if possible, abstract or distil them into
an easy-to-use API for developers that can later
be integrated into apps that can be shared with
all consumers wishing to purchase those apps
and services.
3.Services Marketplace
The Quixxi Connect Platform hosts service
modules that provide users with simple tools
that increase application functionality and
improve the end user's experience. In order for
the Quixxi Connect Platform to meet the rapidly
evolving needs of blockchain users, the
development of services to be sold must be
decentralised. Quixxi believes that many great
innovations arise from the community. The
Quixxi Connect Platform not only accepts
external contributions but also actively
encourages and incentivises their development.
While Quixxi will develop a range of service
...

Publishers should also take the following
expenses into consideration when determining
the fee structure for their modules:

Quixxi will charge publishers at a time
percentage fee of the total payment they
receive for service modules offered on the
Quixxi Connect Platform. This fee is
estimated at ten percent. The fee allows
Quixxi to maintain and develop the Quixxi
Connect Platform in accordance with both
publishers' needs and client developers'
needs.

Quixxi will vet service modules provided by
publishers to ensure they are secure and of
sufficiently high standard to appear on the
Quixxi Connect Platform. Expenses incurred
by Quixxi during the vetting process
('vetting costs') will be recovered by
charging community developers an
additional fee.

Publishers will have the option of paying the
vetting cost upfront but may, in some
instances, be offered to pay the 'vetting fee'
in an ongoin...
Giuseppe Porcelli
Giuseppe Porcelli Founder & CEO

Darren Younger
Darren Younger Chief Growth Officer

Aatral Arasu
Aatral Arasu Chief Technology Officer

Marco Manera
Marco Manera Chief Operating Officer

Andrew Luraschi
Andrew Luraschi Chief Financial Officer

Antonella de Rosa
Antonella de Rosa Financial Controller

Gianpaolo De Biase
Gianpaolo De Biase Product Manager

Darshan Shah
Darshan Shah Project Manager

Ollie Chapman
Ollie Chapman Community Manager

Balaji Sivasubramanian
Balaji Sivasubramanian Delivery Manager

Luke Anderson
Advisors Luke Anderson Director at Sigma Prime

Nicholas Giurietto
Advisors Nicholas Giurietto CEO & MD, Australian Digital Commerce Association

Peter Reeves
Advisors Peter Reeves Lakeba Advisory Board

Kevin O
Advisors Kevin O Group CIO Tulla Private Equity

Rod Walker
Board Members Rod Walker Chairman of the Board

Craig Holland
Board Members Craig Holland Director

Frank Brown
Board Members Frank Brown Director

Todd Ruppert
Board Members Todd Ruppert Director

Aatral Arasu
Aatral Arasu
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Andrew Luraschi
Andrew Luraschi
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Antonella de Rosa
Antonella de Rosa
Financial Controller
Financial Controller
Balaji Sivasubramanian
Balaji Sivasubramanian
Delivery Manager
Delivery Manager
Craig Holland
Craig Holland
Director
Director
Darren Younger
Darren Younger
Chief Growth Officer
Chief Growth Officer
Darshan Shah
Darshan Shah
Project Manager
Project Manager
Frank Brown
Frank Brown
Director
Director
Gianpaolo De Biase
Gianpaolo De Biase
Product Manager
Product Manager
Giuseppe Porcelli
Giuseppe Porcelli
Founder & CEO
Founder & CEO
Luke Anderson
Luke Anderson
Director at Sigma Prime
Director at Sigma Prime
Marco Manera
Marco Manera
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Nicholas Giurietto
Nicholas Giurietto
CEO & MD, Australian Digital Commerce Association
CEO & MD, Australian Digital Commerce Association
Ollie Chapman
Ollie Chapman
Community Manager
Community Manager
Parthipan Baktavatsalam
Parthipan Baktavatsalam
Module Lead
Module Lead
Peter Reeves
Peter Reeves
Lakeba Advisory Board
Partner Gilbert + Tobin
Lakeba Advisory Board
Ramasamy Seenivasagan
Ramasamy Seenivasagan
Research Lead
Research Lead
Rod Walker
Rod Walker
Chairman of the Board
Chairman of the Board
Todd Ruppert
Todd Ruppert
Director
Director