SIX.Network
SIX.Network
Token: SIX


Reinventing the Digital Economy

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Start date: 2018-04-03
End date: 2018-05-31

Registrated in: Thailand

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KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist Yes | Restriction for countries USA, China, Singapore
Soft cap USD 15,000,000
Hard cap USD 42,905,579
Tokens for sale 474,500,000
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Price 1 SIX = 0.1 USD
Minimal investment 1000 SIX
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABSTRACT
4
What is SIX? Why should we develop SIX?
4
SIX.network
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THE STORY
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THE DIGITAL AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
6
WHAT IS IN THE DIGITAL AND CREATIVE SUPPLY CHAIN?
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UNDERSTANDING TERMS AND TERMINOLOGY
6
HOW BIG IS THE GLOBAL CREATIVE SUPPLY CHAIN?
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THE PROBLEMS
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1. The complexity of managing contracts and payrolls in the digital and creative industries
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2. Work today, get paid (much) later
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3. The segregation of the creative network
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4. The power to control of the centralized platform providers
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THE SOLUTIONS
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1. SMART PAYROLL
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1.1 Smart Payroll
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1.2 Bulk Payrolls + Instant Pay = Liquid Payrolls
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USE CASE (Smart Payroll Solution)
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2. LIQUID PAY
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What is Liquid Pay?
12
How does Liquid Pay work?
12
Instant Pay
12
Liquid Pay works in c...

WAVE 1: The Proof of Concept (PoC)
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WAVE 2: The Springboard
21
Blockchain Startup Fund
22
Partners and Business Development
22
Community Development
22
WAVE 3: The Public (Community and Feedback)
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WAVE 4: The New Standard
23
WAVE 5: The Sixth Necessity
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TOKEN SUMMARY
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SIX TOKEN DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE
25
USE OF PROCEEDS
26
SIX FOUNDING MEMBERS
27
SIX TEAM MEMBERS
28
ADVISORY BOARD
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
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...

ABSTRACT
If

Bitcoin is the Internet of Money

(a decentralized trustless network designed to bring financial
independence to people worldwide without money having to go through any centralized control

) and
Ethereum is the Internet of Software
(a platform for executing code and creating decentralized
applications),

SIX aims to be the Internet of Digital Services

, providing decentralized solutions for
all kinds of transactions in the digital and creative economies.
What is SIX? Why should we develop SIX?
In today’s digital and creative industries, there are fundamental problems amongst payment
processors, gateways, and financial institutions versus creative platforms, content providers
(hereinafter referred to as “creative workers”), and audiences in the supply chain. With over
10-million active users in our strategic partners’ network, over 1,000,000 creative workers and over
3-million intellectual...

Image 1: The 3-Layer Economic Infrastructure of SIX.network
To create a fairer economic infrastructure in the digital and creative industries, SIX.network uses
blockchain technology and smart contract to address the issues listed in Table 1. Businesses and
creative workers will receive better financial liquidity and lower transaction costs, while businesses
can liquidize digital assets under different platforms through business tokens, including (but not
limited to) loyalty points, credit card points, and platform coins. These business tokens can be
exchanged and transacted among different platforms without intermediaries. In this regard, not only
creators can move around from one platform to another, but audiences will also act the same way
with lower switching costs than ever before. This forces all creators to always create better content
for meaningful engagement with the audiences.
Once transaction costs and access to financial liquidity are no longer problems for businesses and
creative workers, SIX...

SIX.network
Reinventing the Digital Economy
THE STORY
SIX.network originated from the alliance of leading businesses in the digital marketing and creative
industries to solve major problems afflicting upstream (e.g., creative workers), midstream (e.g.,
agencies), and downstream (e.g. audiences) players in the supply chain. These problems include high
transaction costs, low financial liquidity of middlemen and creative workers, inability to liquidize digital
assets, content distribution with unclear ownership rights, and unfairness of income distribution.
We believe that fair economic infrastructure is necessary to solve these problems. To create such
infrastructure, SIX.network uses blockchain technology and smart contract as the backbone of SIX’s
three main layers: SIX Digital Asset Wallet, Decentralized Financial Services, and Wallet-to-Wallet
(W2W) Decentralized Commerce. With this economic infrastructure, SIX can create an ecosystem
that is transparent, fair, secured, and efficient for all st...

HOW BIG IS THE GLOBAL CREATIVE SUPPLY CHAIN?
Image 2: The Entire Digital Economy Contributes 15.5% to the Global GDP
(last updated January 2018)
The Whole Digital Economy

: The digital economy in 2016 was estimated at USD 11.5 trillion
globally, or about 15.5% of global GDP. By 2025, this number is forecast to reach USD 23 trillion, or
24.3% of global GDP. The digital economy includes all economic activities that result from billions of
everyday online connections among people, businesses, devices, data, and processes.
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Creative Workers

: The digital economy arises from the efforts of creative workers. These workers
are companies and individuals who use their creativity to produce content for the digital and creative
industries. They include writers, bloggers, influencers, music artists, filmmakers, broadcasters,
advertisers, photographers, and others. The companies involved in the digital and creative industries
that create digital content include digital agenc...

THE PROBLEMS
1. The complexity of managing contracts and payrolls in the digital and creative industries
Intermediaries such as digital/creative asset marketplaces or digital publishing platforms usually have
their own internal point-and-coin economies, which are designed to transfer revenue
streams/rewards from end consumers directly to creative workers in the same economies. Although
such economies are designed for more operational cash flow in the platform intermediaries
4
, these
intermediaries have to deal with high payment processing fees on both ends (i.e., transaction fees
are deducted from the amount paid by end users and the payments made to creative workers).
These costs can be as much as 30% or more of the transaction amounts.
In addition to payment costs, legal, administration, and accounting activities (additional repetitive
and people-oriented tasks) contribute to higher costs. The more parties working in the supply chain,
the higher costs will be for delivering the value. The...

assets exchangeable among different platforms, the value of these digital assets will be unfolded.
For instance, if Consumer A can cross-trade his unused credits on Platform A for other services on
Platform B, Platform B can automatically increase the customer’s network through the use of
tokenization while Consumer A can unfold the real value of the assets on Platform B and vice versa
for Platform A. If this problem is solved, billions of dollars can be unfolded.
4. The power to control of the centralized platform providers
Although many things in the digital and creative industries have been digitized and can move around
quickly through the internet,

platform lock-in
is still the ultimate problem for all players in the supply
chain. Platforms such as Youtube, Facebook, or even the Apple iTunes store are currently the main
distribution channels, especially for creative workers. Although workers can make money out of the
platforms, the creation of wealth is not distributed as fairly ...

SIX.Network Roadmap

1
Q4 2018
To deliver a decentralized financial-services proof of concept to real businesses and creative workers.

2
Q1 2019
To implement the majority of SIX’s features through partnerships with SIX’s developer’s communities and geographically expand with strategic partners.
3
Q3 2019
To launch complex features to the public for feedbacks from real users.

4
Q1 2020
To set a new standard in the digital and creative industries by making a global and open source standard of major digital assets.

Charkrid Thanhachartyothin
Charkrid Thanhachartyothin Co-founder, Head of Blockchain

Nisanart Thadabusapa
Nisanart Thadabusapa Co-founder, Head of Finance/ Investor Relation

Vachara Aemavat
Vachara Aemavat Co-founder, Co-CEO

Natavudh Pungcharoenpong
Natavudh Pungcharoenpong Co-founder, Co-CEO

Polapat Udomphol
Polapat Udomphol Business Development Lead

Sangboon Sangmanee
Sangboon Sangmanee Marketing/ Legal Lead

Veravej Ornthanalai
Veravej Ornthanalai Intellectual Property Specialist

Todsaporn Banjerdkit
Todsaporn Banjerdkit Technology Lead

Sung-hyuk Dave Park
Sung-hyuk Dave Park Ph.D - Artificial Intelligence Lead

Kyeongseo Mike Hwang
Kyeongseo Mike Hwang Ph.D - Recommendation Engine Lead

Jae-Hyung Kim
Jae-Hyung Kim Influencer Marketing Platform Specialist

Seung-Beom Hong
Seung-Beom Hong Influencer Marketing Platform Specialist

Deog-Hyeon Jang
Deog-Hyeon Jang Technology Support

Sang-Su Bang
Sang-Su Bang Technology Support

Methuz Kaewsaikao
Methuz Kaewsaikao Blockchain specialist

Kamolsit Mongkolsrisawat
Kamolsit Mongkolsrisawat Application Support Lead

Karun Warapongsittikul
Karun Warapongsittikul User Experience Lead

Akira Morikawa
Advisor Akira Morikawa President and CEO of C Channel Co., Ltd. Former CEO of LINE Corporation (Japan)

Bhurit Bhirombhakdi
Advisor Bhurit Bhirombhakdi CEO of BoonRawd Trading and director of Singha Corporation

Boyd Kosiyabong
Advisor Boyd Kosiyabong CEO of Loveis music

Choi Siwon
Advisor Choi Siwon Singer/ Actor in South Korea

David Lee
Advisor David Lee CEO of Yello Digital Marketing Group

Jirath Pavaravadhana
Advisor Jirath Pavaravadhana CEO of BNK48

Jonathan Lee
Advisor Jonathan Lee CCO of Yello Digital Marketing Group Former Director of WPP Korea

Khailee Ng
Advisor Khailee Ng Managing Partner of 500 Startups Founder of SAYS.com and Groupsmore

Korn Chatikavanij
Advisor Korn Chatikavanij President of Thai Fintech Association

Min Kim
Advisor Min Kim Foundation Council of ICON

Phawit Chitrakorn
Advisor Phawit Chitrakorn CEO of GMM Grammy

Rungroj Poonpol
Advisor Rungroj Poonpol Managing Partner at 500 tuktuks

Siriwat Vongjarukorn
Advisor Siriwat Vongjarukorn CEO of MFEC Public Company

Sungjun Choi
Advisor Sungjun Choi COO of YG Entertainment / CEO of YG ASIA

Suphajee Suthumpun
Advisor Suphajee Suthumpun CEO of Dusit Thani Group

Taeyub Kim
Advisor Taeyub Kim CEO of Standard Chartered Private Equity Korea

Thakorn Piyapan
Advisor Thakorn Piyapan Head of Krungsri Consumer Group and Head of Digital Banking and Innovation Division

Thana Thienachariya
Advisor Thana Thienachariya Founder and Director ABC Academy, Senior Executive VP & Chief Marketing Officer at The Siam Commercial Bank

Thanapong Na Ranong
Advisor Thanapong Na Ranong MD of Beacon Venture Capital

Vincent Ha
Advisor Vincent Ha CO-CEO of Gushcloud International

David Lee
David Lee
CEO of Yello Digital Marketing Group
Angel Investor and Advisor
Operating Director
Founder of Blocform Global
Project Manager
VP, H/F China
Management Support Director
Management Support Director
Professor at Singapore University of Social Sciences
VP, H/F China
Jonathan Lee
Jonathan Lee
CCO of Yello Digital Marketing Group Former Director of WPP Korea
Chief Corporate Officer of Yello Digital Marketing Group
Legal/compliance
Min Kim
Min Kim
Foundation Council of ICON
Head of Biz Development at The Bee Token
Blockchain Advisor
BlockChain Advisor
Foundation Council
ICON Foundation Council
Advisor