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Crowdholding and the Crowdsourcing Market

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In the market research report of crowdsourcing service providers of March 2017 published by IBISWORLD IBISWORLD found that "since its inception in the early 2000s, the I & # 39; Crowdsourcing Service Providers industry has experienced explosive growth. The industry crowdsourcing service providers is expected to continue to grow over the next five years until 2022, but at a slower pace than the previous five years. Crowdsourcing platforms will mature, resulting in more stable and slower growth. "

The Global Perspective of Regional Alternative Financing Studies Report of Cambridge University Judge Business School estimates that the market capitalization. In addition, in 2015, the Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance (Cambridge University) estimated that online financing channels had a market capitalization of more than $ 145 billion in 2015.

Crowdholding exploited both the crowdsourcing and alternative finance market by creating a platform where companies pay consumers in the YUP token to provide their opinion on a question linked to a stage in business development. Because businesses are using consumer knowledge to co-create their businesses, this will help ensure that a company is more likely to succeed in its market because of the large number of customer comments. Once a company receives enough support from the crowd, Crowdholding will allow that company to launch an ICO.

About:

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Crowdholding is an online platform that uses a crowdsourcing model. Companies pay users who provide information about their tasks in the YUP token s, users then use these YUP tokens to invest in companies or to buy goods and services on the Crowdholding platform. Because it is in the best interest of both companies and users of the Crowdholding platform to receive the YUP token, there will always be a demand for the token.

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Targeted Market:

Crowdholding 's target clientele consists of small fintech and blockchain businesses with 2 to 25 employees and up to $ 500,000 in investment capital. The ideal user on the Crowdholding platform is a young 18 to 34 year old who is fluent in English and who seeks to apply his knowledge as a consumer to businesses in return for income.

First, Crowdholding will focus on payment service, analytics, e-money, p2p and fintech business trading; After serving this market successfully, Crowdholding will then serve e-commerce startups, and after successfully securing e-commerce startups, Crowdholding will serve all businesses seeking capital and support.

Beta:

Crowdholding launched its beta in March 2017. This gave Crowdholding the opportunity to test and study its self-supporting model that revolved around the Yupie token. I During the beta period, more than 2,000 users registered to use the Crowdholding platform. Statistics showed that users returned to the Crowdholding site at least 8 times per month and spent more than 3 minutes on the website at each visit. The beta version included online game industry companies, dating apps, apparel and music, to name just a few of the many industries of the Crowdholding platform.

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Plan of the three (3) stages

First step (1): Launched in February 2018. Ten (10) startups will receive 5% of the total YUPIE tokens 31 550 000 YUPIE ) issued for use for bonus campaigns ( 31,550,000 / 10 = 3155000 YUPIE tokens = 3155 ether per company). The 3155000 YUPIE tokens per company can be considered as a gift given to the company by Crowdholding. Gifted tokens will be used by startups to promote and accelerate their business. During the first stage (1), companies can join the platform with their projects by purchasing the YUPIE token directly on the market.

Companies will use their YUPIE tokens to display tasks and pay users in YUP to provide information about tasks. Users will then use this YUP to invest in companies or to buy goods and services, eventually YUP can be exchanged for other currencies.

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CrowdHolding takes 10% of all orders awarded for the job. This means that 10% of the total value of YUP on a commercial task goes to Crowdholding; A 5% fee is returned to Crowdholding when a user invests in ICOs.

Second Stage (2): Launch of Decentralized Open Innovation (DOI)

The Decentralized and Open Innovation Platform (DOI) serves as an intermediary between companies and the public. Each month, companies will solve the commercial challenges of the Crowdholding platform and join a% revenue (paid in YUPIE chips) as a reward for their contribution to the business challenge. The co-creators will share ideas for improving products and services and will be rewarded by YUPIES, which essentially represents future revenues. The value of ideas is judged by the public via a voting system. The voting system provides a filter that allows a project creator to find a good overview. But in the end, the creator of the project may choose to use – or ignore – crowd ideas as he or she sees fit

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At the end of a fiscal year, a portion of the distributable profit is transferred into an Ethereum (ETH) portfolio containing a Smart Contract. The ETH is then redistributed proportionately to all YUPIE token holders under the smart contract condition – think of it as if a royalty were being paid.

  • Later, Crowdholding will open the Distributed Online Funding (DOF) platform. The DOF platform will allow companies to raise capital via a symbolic crowdsale. But before a company receives permission to host an ICO, a company must first create a community around the brand and check whether there is a concept and a if the crowd evaluates it.

When a company goes through this stage of coaching (receiving a glimpse of the crowd) and gets the latest feedback from the community, then a company will be allowed to launch its ICO. the company is launching its ICO, they will continue to receive active support from the Crowdholding team.

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Third Step (3): Continue to expand Crowdholding platform throughout 2018. Crowdholding believes that 3700 companies will launch an ICO with on their platform by mid-2021.

Distribution of chips

Attribution of token:

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Capital raised from the ICO will be used for Crowdholding operations, marketing and public relations, legal costs and computer development, and other expenses such as payment ITA infrastructure, rent, patents and trademarks.

Marketing and sales result:

Sales Information:

On Sunday, September 17, thirty-two (32) days after the launch of their pre-sale, Crowdholding ended their pre-ICO. The crowd raised 514 Ethereum-314 Ether chips more than their goal of 200. At the $ 300 / ETH Crowdholding rate raised around $ 154,200

Information from the OIC :

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Crowdholding will host its ICO on November 1, 2017

YUPIE tokens are not classified as securities because the property of YUPIES does not confer any right of ownership or related rights in a company.

YUPIE tokens have not been registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933 and may not be offered or sold in the United States or to persons of the United States. Unless they are registered or exempt from the registration requirements of the Securities Act is available.

ICOrating.com estimates that the ICO Crowdholding is at medium risk .

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