Token: WOOLF

Woolf will be the first fully accredited, borderless, blockchain-powered university.

PreICO dates
Start date: 2018-07-27
End date: 2018-08-30

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-08-30
End date: 2018-10-10

Registrated in: Gibraltar

Platform: Stellar
Type: Stellar


Woolf categories
Woolf token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist Yes | Restriction for countries China,Iran,Korea,USA
Tokens for sale 800,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
Price 1 WOOLF = 0.43XLM (round 1), 0.46XLM (round 2), 0.50XLM (round 3)
Acceppting XLM
Woolf will be the first fully accredited, borderless, blockchain-powered university. Woolf will use blockchain technology to enforce regulatory compliance, eliminate or automate bureaucratic university processes, and manage the custodianship of sensitive financial and personal data. As the first university built entirely on a blockchain architecture, Woolf promises to disrupt the economics of higher education by providing new opportunities for both students and academics. Woolf is currently developing an accredited platform on which students and teachers can connect, anywhere in the world. Woolf focusses on Oxbridge-style tutorials that prioritise personal interactions between teachers and students. Although the Woolf software platform is online, it will support both in-person and distance teaching. Woolf has appeared in news outlets globally in ten languages, including Forbes, Nasdaq, The Times, CoinTelegraph, and Bitcoinnews.

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As of the date of publication of this white paper, WOOLF have no known potential
uses outside of the WOOLF platform ecosystem. This white paper does not constitute
advice nor a recommendation by Woolf Development Ltd (“
Woolf Development
”), its
officers, directors, managers, employees, agents, advisors or consultants, or any other
person to any recipient of this document on the merits of the participation in the token
sale. Participation in the token sale carries substantial risk and may involve special
risks that could lead to a loss of all or a substantial portion of such an investment. Do
not participate in the token sale unless you are prepared to lose the entire amount you
allocated to purchasing WOOLF. WOOLF should not be acquired for speculative or
investment purposes with the expectation of making a profit or immediate re-sale. No
promises of future performance or value are or will be made with respect to WOOLF,
including no promise of inherent value, no promis...

or completeness of this data. Third-party sources generally state the information
contained therein has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable; however,
there are no assurances as to the accuracy or completeness of included information.
Although the data are believed to be reliable, Woolf Development has not
independently verified any of the data from third-party sources referred to in this
white paper or ascertained the underlying assumptions relied upon by such sources.
Please note that Woolf Development is in the process of undertaking a legal and
regulatory analysis of the functionality of its WOOLF. Following the conclusion of this
analysis, Woolf Development may decide to amend the intended functionality of its
WOOLF in order to ensure compliance with any legal or regulatory requirements to
which we are subject. In the event that Woolf Development decides to amend the
intended functionality of its WOOLF, Woolf Development will update the relevant
contents of this white paper and u...

other factors could cause Woolf Development’s actual results, performance,
achievements, and experience to differ materially from its expectations expressed,
implied, or perceived in forward-looking statements. Given such risks, prospective
participants in a token sale should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking
statements. Risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to those identified in
the token sale’s Terms and Conditions. These are not a definitive list of all factors
associated with making a contribution to Woolf Development, in connection with its
Woolf Development undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking
statement to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this white paper.
Woolf Development’s business is subject to various laws and regulations in the
countries where it operates or intends to operate. There is a risk that certain activities
of the Company may be deemed in violation of any such law or regulation. Penalties for ...

Building the first Blockchain University
4 July 2018
Dr Joshua David Broggi (Oxford), Mr Martin Albert Gallagher (Oxford), Mr Johann
Lilly, Dr Jonathan Duquette (Oxford), Dr Courtney Nimura, Dr Miles Pattenden
(Oxford), Dr Lola San Martín Arbide (Oxford), Dr Shahar Avin (Cambridge), Dr Kate
Kelley (Oxford), Dr Maria Lidova (Oxford), Dr Diana Rodríguez-Pérez (Oxford), Dr
Gary Slater (St Edwards) Dr Andreas Winkler (Oxford)
Woolf will be the first blockchain-powered university with its own native token. The
design has been developed by an independent group of academics (mostly from the
University of Oxford), and experienced academics will form the first college in the
collegiate university.
Woolf will be an accredited, borderless, educational society which reimagines how
teachers and students connect. It will rely on blockchains and smart contracts to
protect relationships between students and educators, enforce regulatory compliance,
and ultimately manag...

connects to the Woolf platform and triggers the relevant smart contracts on the
blockchain. Woolf will thus use digital technologies to reimagine how traditional forms
of education can be sustained in a geographically agnostic manner.
Woolf’s smart contracts are meant to reduce the need for a traditional university’s
administrative staff. Indeed, we hope many brick-and-mortar educational institutions
will adopt Woolf and increasingly phase out key portions of their administrative staff,
even while gaining access to new teachers and students.
The Woolf platform is designed to reduce bureaucracy, lower tuition costs, secure
teaching salaries, and increase the time that students interact with their professors.
The result is intended to be simple and powerful: students and teachers are brought
together, no matter where they are in the world. The more students and teachers
joining the network, the greater the range of options for everyone.
Woolf offers new employment practices. Woolf will be open ad...

1. Overview
2. The Problem
3. The Woolf Solution
4. The WOOLF Utility Token
5. Legal Entities
6. Network Entities
7. University Processes
8. Revenue and WOOLF Valuation
9. Incentives For Early Network Adopters
10.Token Allocation and Token Sale
11. Timeline
1. Overview
Higher education today faces two great problems: student access and adjunct teaching.
We are creating a novel solution.
Students face mounting costs and geographical barriers that prevent many bright
students from getting access to the best education. Academics face increasingly
insecure employment, preventing many from leading a fulfilling career. Woolf is
designed to reconnect students and teachers across borders in an accredited
Woolf will be a borderless university in a global world. It will provide students with
clear opportunities to receive affordable and personal teaching. Blockchains and smart
contracts will relieve educators of key a...

will be ranked in a central system. Admissions are expected to be more difficult for the
highest ranked colleges
The first college at Woolf, Ambrose, is being organised by leading academics, mostly
with a background from Oxford. 80% of the faculty in the first five colleges must be
from the top 200 universities (using the Times Higher Education World University
Rankings). After five colleges have been created, Woolf will become open admissions
for qualified faculty members and selective admissions for students.
Our aim is for the formation of new colleges to be as simple as organising an academic
conference, so that a group of professors can start a new college and obtain gainful
employment doing what they do best. Woolf will provide professors with transparent
employment opportunities in a blockchain-regulated environment, with contractually
secure work of their choosing.
Essential administrative tasks will be handled by smart contracts. Smart contracts
execute under specific conditions –...

Woolf is not like other digital universities, and Woolf is not a system for massive open
online courses (MOOCs). Unlike most digital universities and physical universities, the
Woolf education will emphasise one-to-one personal tutorials. These are used both in
the natural sciences and in the humanities.
Tutorial teaching consists of small classes of one to three students studying directly
with a professor. Preparing for a single tutorial takes 2-3 days. A student must review
about 150 pages of material (depending on the subject) and prepare a piece of written
work – whether a mathematical problem or an essay. The student must then be ready
to discuss their written work directly with a professor for about 75 minutes. At the end
of the tutorial, the professor tailors the next assignment to the student’s weaknesses
and interests. At Woolf, like at Oxford, doing this twice per week is a full workload.
The academic year consists of 3 terms of 11 weeks, which includes cumulative
examination. Tutors ...

Woolf Roadmap

Q1 2018
1. Legal counsel retained.
2. Woolf has core positions filled.
3. White paper has many rounds of review.
4. Woolf website launched and white paper published.
Q2 2018
1. Accreditation discussions with government regulators.
2. Platform beta-testing on the blockchain.
3. Number of Woolf Advisors doubled.
4. Media coverage increased.
Q3 2018
1. Fundraising.
2. Full accreditation application submitted to government.
3. Technology stack announced.
4. Token sale announced.
Q4 2018
1. Accreditation achieved.
2. New hires and team expansion.
3. The first college, Ambrose, is launched.
4. The platform continues development.
Q1 2019
1. Degree-seeking students accepted by Ambrose.
2. On-boarding team is formed to help new colleges.
3. Colleagues at Cambridge invited to form second college.
4. Platform improvements focussed on user experience.
5. Academics produce tutorial lecture videos.
Q2 2019
1. Launch of new colleges.
2. Faculty growth across university.
3. Monthly budgetary voting given new App interface.
4. The Tuition Bidding Pool is integrated with the blockchain.
5. Document verification process optimised.
Q3 2019
1. First five colleges filled.
2. Faculty recruitment campaign launched.
3. Student recruitment campaign launched.
4. Administrative and Peer-Review Bidding Pools are opened.
Q4 2019
1. Faculty Council voting is integrated with the blockchain.
2. Onboarding team increased.
3. First five colleges have a pipeline of students in smart contracts.
4. The Woolf Trust led by a significant figurehead and experienced board.
Q1 2020
1. College formation is open beyond the Times Higher Education top 200
2. A Language Exchange School is opened.
3. Student services continue improvement.
4. Real estate under review for college sites and annual seminars.
Q2 2020
1. The Woolf Trust identifies a major research initiative to fund with media
2. Onboarding team for brick-and-mortar institutions formed.
3. The first brick-and-mortar college integrates with the network.
4. Expanded student society support and real estate.
Q3 2020
1. Action plan for the Woolf University Press is drafted.
2. Woolf expands media offering of recorded lectures to complement tutorials.
3. Woolf Development Ltd consults with academics on timeline for passing
authority to the Woolf Trust and becoming an assignee of the Woolf Trust,
which is under the authority of the Faculty Council.
Dr Joshua Broggi
Dr Joshua Broggi Founder and Director

Johann Lilly
Johann Lilly Technology Director

Dr Jonathan Duquette
Dr Jonathan Duquette Programme Director

Martin Gallagher
Martin Gallagher Programme Director

Johann Lilly
Johann Lilly
Technology Director
Software Engineer