token crowd sale
210,000,000
GODZ

Starts in:

August 25th at 22:00:00 UTC Time

Token Functionality

The Smart Contract Architecture use GODZ to enable voting, issuance, distribution and control of the tokens in a formalized and standardized manner

Voting

  • To be published and to attract voters, a Startup creates a Voting Smart Contract and provides it with some amount of GODZ as an economic incentive to the voters, called the Reward, instead of paying that fee to an investment bank or some other centralized third party.
  • The Reward, an amount of GODZ, will be paid to the voters as follows: 95% to the voters on the winning side (yes or no) after the auction period ends, whatever the result is. Voters on the losing side will get 5% of the Reward.
  • All voters will get their GODZ back, plus their portion of the Reward.  So after voting the investors will have more GODZ than they started with.

Issuing/Swap

  • Once the startup has received a positive voting result, meaning that the majority of the votes were YES, the startup is allowed to issue its ERC20 Token, and investors then can post bids to buy some of the startup’s Tokens.
  • This issuance process delivers two results to be recorded on the blockchain: investors buy some of the ERC20 Tokens, which triggers the issuance, and the issuance takes place. Investors receive their Tokens, and the Startup receives the value that it applied for (in GODZ). Tokens are delivered to the Investors' Ethereum Wallets and the GODZ which the startup raised are delivered to the Startup's Ethereum Wallet.
  • If investors post less than the amount of GODZ needed for the startup to reach the target value that it applied for, the startup retains the unsold Tokens, and can offer them for sale later. Investors can also buy Tokens after the initial auction period ends, because the ERC20 Tokens can be traded immediately after they are issued.
  • This auction process for the startup’s ERC20 Tokens will end when quantity of tokens has been sold at the issuing price, whether it takes 1 day or 60 days. After that Tokens will be available in the secondary market, Godzillion’s Startup Market.

Exchange

  • When the auction process has been closed, the Tokens issued by the Startup will immediately be available to be traded in Godzillion’s Startup Market for Startup Tokens.
  • Using GODZ, investors can buy or sell tokens of the Startup they have participated in, or tokens of other Startups that are already listed on the decentralized exchange.
  • Investors can Add Tokens to the exchange, if they hold tokens from another exchange and want to transfer them here. These other Tokens can be traded for GODZ or ETH, or for the Startups listed here.

Sale Summary

Swap Rate

1 ETH = 160 GODZ
1 GODZ = 0.00625 ETH

Relevant Documents

Important: Our relevant documents are in-progress and may be frequently updated in the next week(s)

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Road Map

  • 1st Semester

    1. Ramp up Godzillion DApp

    2. Existing Functionalities Enhancement

    3. Security Continuous Improvement

    4. User Interface Continuous Improvement

    5. F2F Events with Top Groups of Startups

    6. Public Events at Worldwide Universities

    7. Marketing Strategy Continous Campaign

    8. Government & Local Authorities Collaboration

    9. Ethereum Blockchain Enforcement Link

    10. Admin & RH Sizing Adaptation

    11. Physical & IT Infrastructure Adaptation

  • 2nd Semester

    1. Existing Functionalities Enhancement

    2. Portfolio Managers as a Smart Contract

    3. Security Continuous Improvement

    4. User Interface Continuous Improvement

    5. F2F Events with Top Groups of Startups

    6. Public Events at Worldwide Universities

    7. F2F Events with Top Groups of Investors

    8. Marketing Strategy Continous Campaign

    9. Government & Local Authorities Collaboration

    10. Ethereum Blockchain Enforcement Link

    11. Legal & Compliance Audit & Stress-Test

    12. Physical & IT Infrastructure Adaptation

  • 3rd Semester

    1. Portfolio Managers as a Smart Contract

    2. Money Market as a Smart Contract

    3. Security Continuous Improvement

    4. User Interface Continuous Improvement

    5. F2F Events with Top Groups of Startups

    6. Public Events at Worldwide Universities

    7. F2F Events with Top Groups of Investors

    8. Marketing Strategy Continous Campaign

    9. Government & Local Authorities Collaboration

    10. Ethereum Blockchain Enforcement Link

    11. Legal & Compliance Audit & Stress-Test

    12. Physical & IT Infrastructure Adaptation

  • 4th Semester

    1. Portfolio Managers as a Smart Contract

    2. Money Market as a Smart Contract

    3. Security Continuous Improvement

    4. Lending and Leverage Smart Contracts

    5. User Interface Continuous Improvement

    6. Public Events at Worldwide Universities

    7. F2F Events with Top Groups of Investors

    8. Co-work with Accelerator Programs

    9. Marketing Strategy Continous Campaign

    10. Government & Local Authorities Collaboration

    11. Ethereum Blockchain Enforcement Link

    12. Legal & Compliance Audit & Stress-Test

    13. Physical & IT Infrastructure Adaptation