Typerium
Typerium
Token: TYPE


Decentralised Content Creation Platform

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-05-21
End date:

Registrated in: United Kingdom

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

Typerium categories
Platform
Video
Typerium token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries USA, China
Soft cap 2,000,000 USD
Hard cap 40,000,000 USD
Tokens for sale 1,000,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
50%
50%
Price 1 TYPE = 0.01 USD
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Contents
1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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2.0 CURRENT PROBLEMS IN THE ONLINE MARKET
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2.1 Trust & Transparency
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2.2 Expensive, Slow & Complicated Payment Processing
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2.2.1 The Arduous Process of Transaction Settlement
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2.2.2 High Fees
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2.2.3 Long Transaction Times
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2.2.4 Mobile Payments Are Not Universally Integrated
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2.3 Traditional Contracts & Licensing Are Slow & Expensive
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2.4 Centralised Markets for Creative Works Are Ineffective
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2.5 It’s Difficult to Prove Ownership of Intellectual Property
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3.0 THE TYPERIUM APPLICATION
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3.1 Design & Content Creation Software
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3.2 The Typerium Creative Marketplace
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3.3 Social Media Network
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3.4 Intellectual Property Protection
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3.5 The Typerium Solution: More Trust, Faster & Cheaper Payments,
Proprietary Wallet & Token
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3.5.1 A Universal &...

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Contents
6.0 MARKET OPPORTUNITY
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6.1 The Rapid Growth of e-Commerce
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6.2 The Explosive Growth of Mobile & Digital Payments
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6.3 The Booming Digital Asset Economy
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7.0 BUSINESS MODEL
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7.1 Revenue Share
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7.2 Charity
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7.3 Marketing & Strategy
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7.3.1 The Network Effect
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7.3.1.1 How the Network Effect Works
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7.3.2 Loyalty Program
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8.0 CROWD SALE DETAILS
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8.1 Pre-Sale Details
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8.2 Token Sale Details
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8.3 Token Economy
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8.3.1 Pre-Sale
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8.3.2 Exchanges
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8.3.3 TYPE Tokens
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8.4 Budget
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9.0 LEGAL
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9.1 General Information
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9.2 Knowledge Required
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9.3 Risks
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9.4 Important Disclaimer
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9.5 Representation & Warranties
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9.6 Governing Law & Arbitration
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10.0 ...

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1.0 Executive Summary
1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The online world has brought a range of opportunities to merchants and creators, but
there are still significant issues with the systems involved in getting their products to
consumers.
One of the most prominent is the lack of trust on the internet, which often leads to fraud
and other scams. Where there are trust systems in place, it takes time and resources to
get a rating that shows an entity is reliable, and the ratings aren’t transferable to other
marketplaces. This means that a business that desires to move to or expand to a new
market must go through the arduous process again and again.
Another stumbling block in online transactions is the expensive, slow and complicated
payment process. Fees can be high, particularly for international transfers. It can also
take from two days to two weeks for funds to end up in a merchant’s account, which
can create cash flow issues. On top of this, many merchants are lagging behind when

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2.0 Current Problems in the Online Market
2.0 CURRENT PROBLEMS IN THE ONLINE MARKET
The online market has brought a wealth of options to creators and merchants, giving
them many new avenues to connect with potential customers. Despite this, there are
still a range of problems:
2.1 Trust & Transparency
If creators want to exchange their work for money, or merchants want to sell their
products, they need trust and transparency to facilitate the process. For the most
part, this is currently done through centralised marketplaces such as Shutterstock or
Amazon.
Reviews and rating systems provide a way for customers to evaluate the legitimacy of a
merchant or a creator, so that they can decide whether they want to make a purchase
from them.
According to EConsultancy, 88% of customers read online reviews before they decide
on their purchases, while figures from Search Engine Land, show that 88% of customers
trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
...

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2.0 Current Problems in the Online Market
CARDHOLDER
1 Authorisation
MERCHANT
ACQUIRER
CREDIT CARD NETWORK
ISSUING BANK
1
Cardholder pays
the merchant with
a credit card.
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Merchant sends
those details to
the acquirer.
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Acquirer forwards
those details to the
credit card network.
4
Credit card network
requests authorization
from the issuing bank
...

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2.0 Current Problems in the Online Market
2.2.2 High Fees
Traditional transfers can have up to fifteen different types of fee, which significantly
cut into the profits of businesses. Transaction fees are usually between 2-6% per
transaction, plus a fixed fee of between US$0.1-0.7. For example: every time someone
makes a transaction for US$10, the merchant pays an average of:
10x((0.02+0.06)/2) + ((0.1+0.7)/2)) = US$ 0.8
Which means that 80 cents of that ten dollars goes from the merchant to banks, credit
card associations, payment gateways and processors. Transferring money across
international borders also results in high fees. For funds received from outside of the
U.S., PayPal charges merchants a transaction fee of 4.4% plus a fixed fee (depending
on the currency), while it charges 2.9% plus $0.30 for funds coming from within the
United States. Some payment gateways and processing companies also keep their fee
structure hidden or totally incomprehensible to the average merchant, ...

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2.0 Current Problems in the Online Market
There are also terminal fees, which retail merchants pay for the terminals; PCI fees,
which are paid to the payment card industry for compliance; annual fees; monthly
fees; IRS reporting fees; network fees; address verification service (AVS) fees; voice
authorisation fees (VAF); batch fees; NFS fees and more.
2.2.3 Long Transaction Times
Moving money from one bank account to another involves many separate parties and it
can take up to three days to settle a transaction. The added complexities of international
payments can cause them to take a week or more. During these times, payment
gateways hold the money, which can cause cash flow problems, particularly for smaller
merchants. These delays are inconvenient and costly for all businesses.
2.2.4 Mobile Payments Are Not Universally Integrated
As our society gravitates more toward mobile usage, more customers are expecting to
be able to use their phones for payments. Despite this growing desire...

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3.0 The Typerium Application
2.5 It’s Difficult to Prove Ownership of Intellectual Property
Intellectual property laws are complex and they tend to vary around the world. There is
no central registry where creators can catalogue and authenticate their works, which
makes it much easier for third parties to use their works illegally, without proper attribution
or payment. This is a huge challenge for creators that has a serious impact on their
livelihoods.
3.0 THE TYPERIUM APPLICATION
All of these problems will be solved by the Typerium application. It is a multi-layered
platform that brings together creative design software and a marketplace to, buy and sell
creative content, as well as intellectual property (IP) protection, a reputation system, a
payment gateway, a token and a wallet, all based on the Ethereum blockchain.
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Typerium Roadmap

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Q4 2017
Website Design & Development.
Design and develop the website in a format that is attractive, concise, and clear for potential investors.Brand Design & Development.
Create a core visual identity for Typerium that can work across multiple platforms, becoming fluid, adaptive, and identifiable.
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Q1 2018
Whitepaper Completion.
Launch the completed website ready for the Pre-Sale and ICO rounds. Create a variation of the Whitepaper for the Chinese investor market.
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Q2 2018
Website Launch.
Launch the completed website ready for the Pre-Sale and ICO rounds, with an integrated CMS system so users can view in the site any language.
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Q2-Q3 2018
TYPE Protocol Development.
Initial development stages of TYPE Protocol Eco System to work within the decentralized application on iOS and Android platfoms.
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Q4 2018
IA/UE Development for TYPE Protocol.
Develop Information Architecture, and User Experience mapping for implementation of TYPE Protocol into the Typerium platform.Design & Creative for iOS/Android.
Front End Design of the Typerium platform, including all core key functionality.
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Q1 2019
Development for iOS/Android.
Stage 1 development of the Typerium decentralized application.
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Q2 2019
Official Typerium ALPHA Release.
Release an Alpha version of Typerium with TYPE Protocol integrated for user testing and refinements before the the BETA release.
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Q3 2019
Official Typerium BETA Release.
Release BETA version of Typerium after initial ALPHA testing, improvements, and refinements have been made.Typerium iOS / Android Roll Out.
Roll out the BETA release for FREE to 200,000 initial contacts from existing businesses. Launch a high quality marketing campaign to acquire new users.
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Q4 2019
Brand Awareness.
High level marketing is a priority from day one, with initial partnerships having already been established. Further efforts will be focused to acquire a significant amount of new users.
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Q2 2020
Typerium Global Creative Currency.
Acquire multiple large corporate vendors to directly integrate TYPERIUM as a primary payment method, for multiple global content creation platforms.
Alexander Haigh
Alexander Haigh Chief Executive Officer

Shahpour Abbasvand
Shahpour Abbasvand VP of Design & Development

Ali Kurtze
Ali Kurtze Blockchain Team Leader

Rick Banks
Rick Banks Brand Design Lead

Dean Robinson
Dean Robinson Community Manager

Jonathan Davoine
Jonathan Davoine PR & Investor Relations

Vitally Marinchenko
Vitally Marinchenko Senior Blockchain Developer

Jeff Ulrich
Jeff Ulrich Charity Consultant

Preston Collins
Preston Collins Forex Consultant

Michael Murphy
Michael Murphy Liquidity Consultant

Ming Ooi
Ming Ooi Growth Advisor

Frank Martinez Esq
Frank Martinez Esq Legal Advisor

Jose Laureano
Jose Laureano Blockchain Advisor

Michael Murphy
Michael Murphy
Liquidity Consultant
Head of Strategy
Chief Executive Officer
Graphic Designer
Vitally Marinchenko
Vitally Marinchenko
Senior Blockchain Developer
CTO & Senior Developer
Smart Contract Developer