XMaterialsSTO
XMaterialsSTO
Token: XMAT


Combination of Patent-Pending Technology

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Registrated in: Cayman Islands

Platform: Ethereum
Type: SecuritySTO

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Soft cap 1,610,000 USD
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Price 1 XMAT = 0.105 USD
Minimal investment 0.1 ETH
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. ABSTRACT
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2. BACKGROUND
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2.1 WHY CONCRETE MATTERS
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2.2 THE ECONOMICS OF BUILDING
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2.3 THE COSTS OF CERAMICS, MARBLE, GRANITE, AND MORE
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2.4 READY FOR DISRUPTION
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3. INTRODUCTION TO XMATERIALS
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3.1 SUMMARY
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3.2 AI-BASED BUILDING MATERIAL RECIPES
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3.3 WHAT MAKES XMATERIALS “BETTER”
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3.4 GEO-LOCATIONAL BUILDING AGGREGATION
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3.5 A FOCUS ON SUSTAINABILITY
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3.6 HYPERCON AND PRODUCTION
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3.7 SHAPE AND CAST, ALL IN ONE PIECE
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3.8 BLUEPRINT
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3.9 OUR (BEAUTIFUL) PRODUCTS
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4. BUSINESS MODEL
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4.1 OVERVIEW
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4.2 PRODUCTION MODEL
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4.3 FRANCHISE MODEL
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4.4 PROJECTED REVENUE
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4.5 WHERE WE ARE NOW
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4.6 AIRDROP STRUCTURE FOR COINHOLDERS
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5. ROADMAP
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6. OUR TEAM
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6.1 OUR TEAM
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We are replacing concrete.
Our version is stronger,
lighter, faster drying, easier to produce, and more eco-
friendly.
And that just scratches the surface.
Our patent-pending technology is split into 3 components:
We’re also replacing ceramic, marble, and granite.
Altogether, we have the potential to replace all the
building materials that make up a
$600 billion per year
industry.
How are we doing this? Our patent-pending technology
uses the latest in AI and machine-learning technology to
give birth to the future of building materials.

DigiLab:
AI-powered software that determines
optimal recipes for creating XMaterials

HyperCon:
Machine-learning (ML) software that
runs our smart machines

Blueprint:
Instructions for setting up franchisee
facilities all over the world
We call them
XMaterials,
and they are:
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Stronger,
with a compression strength ...

2.1
WHY CONCRETE MATTERS
What is the most widely used construction material in the world? Concrete. Over 4 billion tons of concrete are
produced annually for an estimated market of more than US$300 billion.
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Although concrete is simply a mix of cement, sand, water, and gravel or crushed stone, it makes up a disproportionately
large amount of all the world’s building materials.
Concrete is foundational to creating everything from skyscrapers (reinforced steel concrete) to preventing floods. It
produces almost no waste and is highly cost-effective, fireproof, customizable, and exceptionally strong. That strength
not only manifests itself in concrete’s support power, but also its durability and longevity. In addition, concrete is
sustainable, produced with little additives under optimal energy performance.
That’s why the creation of XMaterials is so significant; it exists as a superior alternative to traditional concrete.
2.2
THE ECONOMICS OF BUILDING
In cities with rapid constr...

2.3
THE COSTS OF CERAMICS, MARBLE, GRANITE, AND MORE
Concrete as a building material may encompass a substantial amount of the construction market, but ceramics
generate a substantial amount of revenue as well. Grand View Research predicts that the ceramics industry will be
worth US$287 billion by 2022.
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Granite and marble are expensive building materials that need to be extracted from the earth. In 2015, for instance,
the sum total of the two markets was over US$30 billion. Combined with the market caps of concrete and ceramics,
the four combine to a US$600 billion market.
XMaterials Holdings has created superior versions of all four products and is set to transform this high-yield industry.
2.4
READY FOR DISRUPTION
Building and construction industries are rapidly transforming. Thanks to 3D rendering and architectural visualization, a
paradigm shift is occurring in our ability to simulate and design. This gives builders the never-before-realized ability
to theoretically test innov...

3.1.
SUMMARY
XMaterials exists as the brainchild of three distinct technology ventures: DigiLab, HyperCon, and the Blueprint. Together,
these three innovations in technology, mixing, and production aim to transform the construction industry as we know it.
3.2
AI-BASED BUILDING MATERIAL RECIPES
We start with our AI-based software, called DigiLab. DigiLab allows us to assess the properties of millions of
combinations of building materials so we can discover the optimal combinations of next-generation materials. We
will issue two versions of the software, the DigiLab Demo, available to try on the website, and DigiLab Pro, which will
require a franchise contract in order to be able to use it.
Using a complex algorithm, the AI platform in DigiLab takes 15 different natural materials and aggregates the best
combinations per end user specifications. It does this on a near-molecular level, analyzing raw materials down
to the size of a single micron, in order to determine the ideal combination of various ...

3.3
WHAT MAKES XMATERIALS “BETTER”
DigiLab does not produce one-size-fits-all solutions. Based off your specific needs, it aggregates the best building
materials for the end user in terms of accessibility, cost, effectiveness, and aesthetic.
In doing so, DigiLab creates the best recipe for the job. The following are nearly all the factors that the AI accounts for:

High compressive strength up to 160 Mpa (compared to 34-94 Mpa for marble and 115 Mpa for white granite)

High tensile strength (6–18 Mpa)

Comprised of less than 1% air (compared to 1.5-6% air in traditional concrete)

High abrasion resistance

High chemical resistance (0% loss in mass after 30 days in acid)

High resistance to freeze and thaw cycles (unlike traditional concrete, it doesn’t require a higher air content to
withstand temperature changes)

Extremely low water absorption values (<1%)

Very eco-friendly production (100%...

materials for the user’s region.
By aggregating our geological data from over 1,000 different mines and 5,000 different variations of raw materials
around the world and determining a region’s most accessible resources, DigiLab creates the most practical, cost-
effective materials for the user’s project.
By way of example, a builder in Dubai has the requirements for a black building material with a compressive strength
of 100 Mpa and a tensile strength of 10 Mpa and temperature resistance of 60 degrees Celsius. A builder in Toronto
has the exact same requirements.
In this scenario, DigiLab will produce two different recipes based off what is available in the region. In Dubai, this
might require eight raw materials, but in Toronto, it may only require five. In this way, Digilab helps you decrease costs
while increasing effectiveness. Without Digilab’s knowledge base, it’s entirely possible to lose out on regular savings.
Here is another example of how DigiLab can optimize production and save money: A com...

3.6
HYPERCON AND PRODUCTION
If DigiLab is the architect of our materials, HyperCon is the builder. HyperCon is a machine-learning platform that
completely automates the entire production line process of mixing, casting, drying, final control, and packing the products.
Based off the results of the final control, the system analyzes the product yield and improves itself accordingly. It
measures color deviation, surface quality, deformations, and other issues. Then it determines what methods are
effective and ineffective and automatically takes measures to improve the product.
Managing an entire team of smart robots and an automated production line, HyperCon is capable of running a factory at
full capacity with only a team of five human workers to act as supervisors and maintenance people.
3.7
SHAPE AND CAST, ALL IN ONE PIECE
One of HyperCon’s most innovative features is its ability to build shapes out of a single piece of polyurethane. Using
3D modeling software, HyperCon automatically casts comp...

XMaterialsSTO Roadmap

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SUCCESS LEVEL 1 SOFTCAP
Upgrade and globalization of DIGILAB through the blockchain.
Fine tuning and market introduction of HYPERCON v.1.1
Listing on exchanges.
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SUCCESS LEVEL 2
Building and equipement for a reasearch and development center
Software development and market introduction of HYPERCON v.1.2
Casting machines and production equipment
Testing and laboratory equipment
Commercial offices in Germany (Berlin, 1,030 Munich, Leipzig)
Commercial office in Astana
Drying machines and production equipment
Commercial office in Moscow
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SUCCESS LEVEL 3
Building and Infrastructure for mold production
Software development and market introduction of HYPERCON v.1.3
Final controling machines and production equipment
Testing and laboratory equipment
Commercial office in China
Commercial office in Dubai
Listing on exchanges
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SUCCESS LEVEL 4
Machinery and equipment for mold production
Software development and market introduction of HYPERCON v.1.4
Development of waste material processing system
Commercial offices in Nord America
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SUCCESS LEVEL 5
25% production expansion
Expansion of the commercial structure in Nord America
Listing on exchanges
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SUCCESS LEVEL 6
IT infrastucture for the research and development center
Software development and market introduction of HYPERCON v.1.5
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SUCCESS LEVEL 7
25% production expansion
Commercial offices in South Africa
Software development and market introduction of HYPERCON 2.0 ANN Phase 1
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SUCCESS LEVEL 8
Partnership with Wilhelm Dyckerhoff Institut.
Research and development of new cement types for concrete production.
Software development and market introduction of HYPERCON 2.0 ANN Phase 2
IT infrastructure for the global HYPERCON network.
Commercial offices in India.
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SUCCESS LEVEL 9 HARDCAP - WIN-WIN
Research, develpment and certification of construction systems for facades.
Production of construction elements for facades.
Research, develpment and certification of construction systems for walls.
Production of construction elements for walls.
Listing on exchanges.
Mihail Kamburov
Mihail Kamburov Communications Advisor

Horst Siewert
Horst Siewert Chief Production Technology Officer

Todor Totev
Todor Totev Chief Business Development Officer

Georgi Ivanov
Georgi Ivanov Chief Lab Officer

Roger Crook
Advisors Roger Crook Advisor

Svetlin Savov
Svetlin Savov
CEO
Mihail Kamburov
Mihail Kamburov
Communications Advisor
Communications Advisor
Communications Advisor
Horst Siewert
Horst Siewert
Chief Production Technology Officer
Chief Production Technology Officer
Chief Production Technology Officer
Todor Totev
Todor Totev
Chief Business Development Officer
Chief Business Development Officer
Chief Business Development Officer
Georgi Ivanov
Georgi Ivanov
Chief Lab Officer
Chief Lab Officer
Chief Lab Officer
Ivan Todorov
Ivan Todorov
CTO
Roger Crook
Roger Crook
Advisor
CEO of Capital Springboard
Entrepreneur, disruptor and independent strategic advisor in FinTech, LogisticsTech and Logistics including blockchain/cryptocurrencies
CEO at Capital Springboard
Business Angel & International CEO
Ex-CEO, DHL
The ex-CEO of DHL
CSO
Advisor
Strategy Advisor
Strategy Advisor
Business Angel, Entrepreneur, Board & ICO Advisor, Mentor, International CEO