Tokpie
Tokpie
Token: TKP


Peer-to-Peer Cryptocurrency-Fiat and Swap Exchange

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-05-01
End date:

Registrated in: Hong Kong

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

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Platform
Video
Tokpie token sale
KYC passing required No | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Soft cap 500 ETH
Hard cap 25,000 ETH
Token distribution in ICO
65%
65%
Price 1 TKP = 0.0005208 ETH
Minimal investment 100 TKP
Acceppting ETH
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TOKPIE
Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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2. MAIN GOALS AND CONCERNS OF TRADERS
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3. EXISTING SOLUTIONS
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3.1 Brokers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
3.2 Centralized Exchanges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3.3 Decentralized Exchanges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
3.4 P2P Exchanges
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4.5.4 B2B Order Books for Crypto-Fiat Trades
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4.5.5 Crypto Indexes
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4.5.6 Crypto Index funds
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4.5.7 Crypto Futures
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4.5.8 Crypto Options
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4.5.9 P2P Decentralized Lending
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4.5.10 Infrastructure for Third Party Token Sales and Listings. . . . . . . . . . 25
5. BUSINESS OVERVIEW
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1. EXECUTIVE
SUMMARY
With the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies, millions of people around the world are creating digital
wallets and starting to trade virtual assets. The goal of any crypto-trader (whether amateur or
experienced) is to flourish.
Therefore, traders need to find an exchange which provides the highest level of safety and privacy, allows
buying and selling of crypto-assets for transparent (best and fair) prices with minimal commissions, and has
excellent support with positive feedback.
Choosing the ‘right’ digital currency exchange (DCE) is crucial to achieve this goal.
Today, buyers and sellers of crypto-assets typically trade through four types of exchanges:
1. Brokers or Brick-and-mortar DCE
2. Centralized DCE
3. Decentralized (DEX)
4. Peer-to-peer or Over-The-Counter exchanges (P2P/OTC).
Each type of exchange has strengths and weaknesses. An ideal digital currency exchange would combine
the strengths of every exchange, while avoiding any...

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2. MAIN GOALS
AND CONCERNS
Whether you’re just getting started with crypto-assets (Bitcoins, Ether or any altcoins) or you’re a mature
trader, your main goal is to trade successfully for a profit.
To reach this goal you need an exchange (channel or intermediary) for buying and selling crypto. According
to our research (comprising 82% of respondents to a survey on the Bitcointalk forum), the main concerns for
cryptocurrency traders are:
* Security, privacy and reliability
* Fees and commissions charged
* Ability to trade for the best prices
* Excellent customer support
There are also other important considerations when selecting a cryptocurrency exchange, including ease
of use, favorable regulatory environment in the exchange’s country of registration and the availability of
leverage or derivatives for trading.
Our research also found that traders are not happy with the support provided by the existing exchanges. They
don’t trust in the exchanges’ securit...

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3. EXISTING
SOLUTIONS
In this section we cover
the most popular types of intermediaries; brokers, centralized, decentralized and
P2P digital currency exchanges.
Each channel has strengths and drawbacks,
as shown in Table 1, and discussed in the following section.
Ideally, the intermediary must support full security, privacy and be reliable; otherwise traders are putting
their money at risk.
An effective intermediary must provide excellent support, so that people can resolve any issue they face
during the process of trading. This is especially important because new users are coming into the crypto
market every day.
Best practice in customer satisfaction requires an intermediary to work with the lowest fees on the market. The
term fees shall include all commissions applied on deposits, withdrawals and trading volume. There should
not be any hidden fees and/or limits on withdrawals.
Finally, an intermediary should give its users an ability to get the best prices fo...

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3.2 Centralized Exchanges
Centralized digital currency exchanges (DCE) are the most popular type of exchanges allowing users to buy,
sell and trade Bitcoin and other popular altcoins at any time, some with traditional fiat payment options.
Traders can store their cryptocurrency on these exchanges. DCEs differ from other types of intermediaries by
requiring buyers and sellers to deposit their fiat money or crypto-assets before trading and confirming users’
identities via various forms of official ID.
Strengths:
User-friendly interface; leverage and liquidity; better prices for buying and selling because of
relatively low spreads between bids and asks.
»» Table 1. Types of crypto exchanges valued with weighted rating scores (from 1 to 5)
Weaknesses:
Vulnerable to strict government regulations; vulnerable to hacking; many exchanges are lacking
in customer service; relatively high fees for the ordinary trader.
Outcome:
Despite the ease of use, liquidity and provision ...

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3.3 Decentralized Exchanges
A DEX or a decentralized exchange represents a marketplace, which does not rely on a third-party service
to hold the customer’s funds. Instead, trades occur directly between users (peer-to-peer) through a semi-
automated process.
This type of exchange works through a decentralized multi-signature escrow system or by creating
crypto-assets that represent a certain fiat or crypto currency.
Strengths
: High level of security because of an absence of a central server; anonymity; low fees; independent
of country of registration.
Weaknesses:
Only crypto-to-crypto trades are supported; difficult to use; user unfriendly; vulnerable to
phishing attacks on domains; only crypto-to-crypto trades are supported.
Outcome:
Decentralized exchanges support a higher level of security and anonymity than centralized exchanges.
However, users of DEXs become frustrated with the maze of smart contracts they must navigate to begin trading.
Crypto traders ne...

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4. INTRODUCING
TOKPIE
An ideal cryptocurrency exchange platform would combine the strength of every channel described in
previous sections, while avoiding the drawbacks. TOKPIE was designed with this goal in mind, as shown in
Table 2. The average weighted score is 4.7 out of 5.
TOKPIE is a
unique Peer-to-Peer Cryptocurrency-Fiat and Swap Exchange aimed at helping cryptocurrency
traders across the world achieve their desired outcome in the most secure, inexpensive, user-friendly and
efficient way.
Besides its core value proposition, TOKPIE empowers users with sophisticated features and has
unlimited scalability for implementation in different use cases.
The following sections describe TOKPIE’s platform in detail with screenshots taken from its
MVP (Alpha 1.0)
that will go live in May 2018.
4.1 Transparent Prices and Efficiency
TOKPIE’s concept of encapsulating (Table 1) the main trading parameters such as country, base cryptocurrency,
quote currency (...

Tokpie Roadmap

1
Q2 2017
Idea shaping, awareness of the problem and solution
2
Q3 2017 - Q2 2018
MVP Development
3
May 01, 2018
Token pre-sale
4
May 15, 2018
Public release of Alpha
5
June 01, 2018
Token final sale
6
Q3 2018
Security development
7
Q4 2018
UI and support infrastructure development
8
Q1 2019
Launch

Vasilii Silin
Vasilii Silin CEO/Co-founder

Oleg Kovalev
Oleg Kovalev CTO/Co-founder

Andrey Pak
Andrey Pak CTO/Co-founder

Ekaterina Diukareva
Ekaterina Diukareva CSO/Co-founder

Firmansyah Dolot
Firmansyah Dolot Branding and WEB animation

Vina Kharaz
Vina Kharaz Social media and project management

Alexey Potapov
Alexey Potapov Social media and project management

Ruth Doris
Ruth Doris Editor and content writing

Jillian Godsil
Advisor Jillian Godsil Advisor. Editor and content writing

Morgan Pierce
Advisor Morgan Pierce Advisor. Digital Wealth Coach.

Alexey Potapov
Alexey Potapov
Social media and project management
Jillian Godsil
Jillian Godsil
Advisor. Editor and content writing
Advisor
Advisor-PR
PRO Mingo, ICO Advisor, Crypto Journalist, Blockchain Speaker, Broadcaster Dublin City FM
PRO Mingo, ICO Advisor, Crypto Journalist, Blockchain Speaker, Broadcaster DublinCityFM, Law Changer
Business Development Officer & Lead Advisor
PR Advisor
Advisor - Marketing & PR
Vina Kharaz
Vina Kharaz
Social media and project management
SMM Manager