Sponsify (SPO) Token Sale

Our Analysis

Team: 7

Feasibility: 6.2

Product: 6.2

Overall Rating: 6.47

Short Description: Decentralized platform for event management and promotion of activities

Category: Advertising & Marketing

Category: Entertainment

Category: Tokens Cryptocurrency

Ticker: $SPO

Website: https://www.sponsify.co/

Whitepaper: https://www.sponsify.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Sponsify-whitepaper-ENG.pdf

Sponsify (SPO) Token Sale

Sponsify is developing a decentralized P2P protocol for event marketing. The protocol allows you to reward users for the promotion of events and will create a more efficient and economical model of event-marketing. In this way, event organizers do not have to use the services of centralized advertising platforms and companies. A P2P marketing protocol based on reward will lead to a rapid mass distribution of crypto-tokens, due to the formation of a large number interactions between users, leading to greater participation in group events.

An Efficient Marketing Model

Event-organizers need a result. Unfortunately, 73% of them are victims of inefficient marketing, while 26.4% do not know which online platform to resort to. We offer the organizers of events such a marketing model, with which the user himself promotes the event and receives a reward for it.

Token Sale Details

  • Price: 1 SPO=0.10 USD
  • Available for ICO: 160,000,000 SPO
  • Currencies accepted: BTC, ETH
  • Token allocation: 100 million tokens will be distributed among users; 70% of the tokens will be provided to them within 4 years; million tokens will be allocated to the Sponsify team; 40 million tokens will be retained by the company for further sale.
  • Unsold tokens: destroyed

     Token Sale Rounds

  • ICO: 12/1/18 - 3/2/19

For more information on $SPO tokenomics, download pdf here.

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