Tue, 18 Dec 2018

Pareto Network (Presale)

The P2P Financial Content & Information Marketplace

Token symbol PXT
Platform Ethereum
Type ERC20
Token presale price 1,700 PXT = 1 ETH
Tokens for sale 166,200,000
Accepting ETH
Hard cap 32,000,000 USD
Equity on offer 70%
Bonus Pre-sale 1 OWL = 0.60 USD Pre-sale discounts 20-40% ICO discounts 15-1%

About Pareto

The Pareto Network is a service for incentivizing the generation and sharing of information about tradable opportunities in cryptocurrencies and related assets. It is designed to elevate information about market inefficiencies and promote more accurate price discovery. What that means is that it should steer the markets toward the correct pricing of these assets. It replicates the function of research desks at investment banks, providing a flow of information that anyone can access, and aligns economic incentives to promote that reality.

The Pareto platform and ecosystem aims to create value through increasing the overall efficiency of cryptocurrency markets. This has several aspects to detail. Prospective users of the Pareto Network must purchase Pareto tokens (PXT) in order to access the Pareto Network. By means of its voting/reputation-driven rewards mechanism, the Pareto Network encourages the production of actionable market information and helps Pareto token users filter noise from meaningful information. More subtly, through its taxonomies and organization of information feeds, the Pareto Network will play a role in structuring the types of information produced and advancing the level of understanding of cryptocurrency investment analysis.

The infrastructure of the Pareto Network was designed after researching the ideals, shortcomings and advantages of other blockchain token offerings over the last half a decade. Failing to address or align the economic incentives of the target market participants hampered the execution of many projects.

The philosophy of the Pareto Network can be extended to existing and future cryptoasset offerings to attract capital to this space and realize the shared ideals of evolving the finance sector and the world around it by proxy.

Where​ ​does​ ​the​ ​Pareto​ ​Token​ ​value​ ​come​ ​from?

Pareto tokens are as valuable as the information in the Pareto Network is, or as valuable as future information in the Pareto Network is perceived to be. Pareto tokens are required to access the Pareto Network. Spending tokens by paying Content Contributors is the best way to move up in the rankings to receive the information available in the Pareto Network sooner. Thus, Pareto tokens represent the cost to the user of accessing the Pareto Network and receiving its content at the optimal time relative to other users.

People are incentivized to put information into the Pareto Network because they can earn more from distributing the information than from acting on the information themselves. Analysts and engineers typically do not have the capital or infrastructure necessary to most effectively take advantage of nuanced information. Aside from finding the people with capital, negotiating the most favorable incentives is a minefield and the information’s actionable time period is short lived. Finally, many forms of privileged information have increased liability if it is acted upon.

How does Pareto work?

  • Contributors develop Original Information Content.

Content contributors (individuals, groups or organizations) create a broad range of information that may help network participants in making investment decisions in the cryptocurrency markets.

The content can take many forms from analyst reports & trading signals all the way to code vulnerability & security assessments.

  • Pareto Network distributes the Content to token holders.

The information is curated & structured by the network, and then distributed to token owners in a prioritized sequence.

An algorithm is used to determine the order in which Pareto token holders are presented with the information. The result of this algorithm is called the Information Waterfall.

By ranking higher in the Waterfall, a token holder can act on valuable information before people that follow, giving her a significant advantage.

  • Content creators are rewarded based on the quality of their information.

Upon receiving the information, token holders vote on its quality. As a result, contributors earn Pareto Tokens (PXT) which they can choose to sell on secondary markets in order to generate revenue.

Content contributors are therefore incentivized to provide quality information to the network, as they can profit more than if they acted on it alone.

Token owners are incentivized to use their tokens to vote on information, as this affects their waterfall position.

  • 40% Crowdsale
  • 30% Strategic Reserve (future partnerships, growth)
  • 18% Team
  • 8% Pareto Early Content Contributors
  • 4% Advisors & Ambassadors

Start in 30-10-2017
Ended in 30-11-2017

  • Eric Lamison-White - Co-Founder & CEO
  • Ted Lanpher - Co-Founder & CSOO
  • Chris Eberle - Chief of Content
  • Dr. Anna Becker - Advisor | Lead Data Scientist
  • Colin Mo - Communications Strategy Lead
  • John Heffernan - Market Analyst
  • Ian Balina - Advisor
  • Henok (Hen) - Tekle Advisor
  • Christopher Aguilar - General Counsel

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