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AMO: Driving car data revolution

AMO is blockchain project to create and operate the AMO Market, a market where car data can be shared and exchanged

stage Ended crowdsale

3.7 Rating

by 3 users


    • Employees19


    man SangGyoo Sim

    CEO, AMO Labs

    Chief Software Architect & Cryptographer
    • Creator of AutoCrypt
    • Ph.D & M.S., POSTECH
    • R&D Engineer, Samsung Electronics
    • Adjunct Prof. in Dongduk Women’s University
    • Adjunct Prof. in Soonchunhyang University
    • Head of Penta IoT Convergence Lab
    • 15+ years experience in IT & Security

    man Daniel ES Kim

    Chief Strategy Officer, AMO Labs

    • Creator of D'Amo
    • B.S., POSTECH
    • Chief Technology Officer, Penta Security Systems
    • 20+ years experience in IT & Security

    man DS Kim

    CTO, AMO Labs

    • M.S., POSTECH
    • Cloudbric Co-Founder
    • XBrain Founding Memeber & Advisor
    • 20+ years experience in IT & Security

    man SungKyoon Chung

    Head of R&D, AMO Labs

    • Creator of Penta CryptoWallet
    • M.S., POSTECH
    • Founder of GRock Information
    • 15+ years experience in IT & Security

    man KiHo Joo

    Head of Automotive Engineering

    • Ph.D, Seoul National University
    • R&D Engineer, Samsung Display
    • Planning, Midas IT
    • 10+ years experience in IT & Security


    man Gilles Delfassy

    Board of Directors, ON Semiconductor
    Gilles Delfassy is a member of the Board of Directors of ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON), Cavendish Kinetics Inc., and e-Lichens S.A, and Chairman of the Board of Kalray S.A.. He started his career with Texas Instruments and created and led the Smartphone Semiconductor business of TI, growing it to a five-billion-dollar operation. He was Senior VP and Executive Officer of TI until his retirement in 2007. He also served as an advisor for several Venture Capital firms in the US and Europe, and joined the Board of Directors of several public and private companies. From 2009 to 2012 he was President and CEO of ST-Ericsson. He received a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Electronique et d’Automatique de Toulouse, and then graduated in Business Administration from Institut d’Administration des Entreprises de Paris.

    man Seokwoo Lee

    Founder and CEO of Penta Security Systems Inc.
    Lee founded Penta Security Systems, a Korean IT-security firm, in 1997 shortly after completing his Master's at POSTECH. The company quickly globalized its operations, entering Japan, the United States, and Singapore. Alongside worldwide expansion, Lee has transformed the company by diversifying its technologies and advancements from Web Application Firewall to IoT security technologies and has most recently been credited for the "Secure First, Then Connect" philosophy of connectivity for IoT. In 2010 He was awarded by (ISC)²® with the Information Security Leadership Achievements award. In addition to co-founding xBrain, he is also adjunct professor at POSTECH for Industrial Engineering as well as the founding chairman of POSTECH’s APGC (Association of POSTECH Grown Companies).

    man Kazunari Miyazaki

    Head of NEC Venture Fund, Director of BIGLOBE
    Kazunari Miyazaki is the former head of the NEC Venture Fund and Director of BIGLOBE , the Yahoo of Japan. Since its beginning in July 1996, BIGLOBE has expanded the services offered beyond ISP connection services to extend to portal sites, broadband content and numerous other Internet services. Miyazaki has 10+years of experience in M&A, accounting and finance, supporting portfolio companies, conceptualizing and identifying market needs, and implementing result-oriented strategies.

    man Bonghan Brian Cho

    Founder and CEO of Equalkey Corp., Korea
    Dr. Cho is the founder and CEO of Equalkey Corp., an AI firm which focuses on transforming mathematics and number education using an innovative curriculum and systematic approach. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of DBS Group Holdings Ltd and DBS Bank Ltd in Singapore. Previous appointments included Executive VP and CIO for Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, Deputy CEO and CIO for Hana Financial Holdings, and CTO and General Manager of the Next Banking Generation System at KB Kookmin Bank. Cho holds a Ph.D and M.S. in Computer Science, specializing in Artificial Intelligence. He has been the recipient of multiple awards including the AAAI Robotics Competition, RoboCup, and a Meritorious Service Award from USC. Cho has also received recognition for his contributions to the software industry with the Republic of Korea President Award.

    man Gu-Min Jeong

    Professor, Kookmin University
    Gu-Min Jeong is a Professor at the School of Electrical Engineering, Kookmin University, Korea. He is also a chair of mirror committee for ISO TC22 SC31/32 in KATS (Korean Agency for Technology and Standards), and of the IT convergence committee of KAMA (Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association). He is also a chair of the Infineon Center (funded by Infineon, Germany) and the Hyundai Odin Center (supported by Hyundai Autron), both at Kookmin University. His previous appointments include his positions as Advisory Professor for Samsung Electronics regarding IoT and In 2016, Advisory Professor for NAVER regarding smart cars and autonomous driving, and Visiting Associate Professor of ICS, UC Irvine, CA, USA. Before joining Kookmin University, he co-founded NeoMtel and was a manager at SK Telecom.

    Crowdsale details

    Distribution of tokens
    • Crowdsale (50%)
    • R&D and Ecosystem management (24%)
    • Team & Advisor (16%)
    • Marketing & Promotion (10%)
    Budget allocation
    • Development (40%)
    • Strategy partners (20%)
    • Reserved (10%)
    • Marketing (10%)
    • Business development (10%)
    • Operation (10%)
    Details Indicators
    Token Symbol AMO
    Full Token Name AMO Token
    Pre-crowdsale Start May 14th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Pre-crowdsale End Hard cap is reached or June 2nd, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Pre-crowdsale Hard Cap Fixed, 12000 ETH
    Crowdsale Start June 18th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Crowdsale End Hard cap is reached or July 7th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Crowdsale Hard Cap Fixed, 5600 ETH
    Domain registration date 2018-03-21
    Domain owner Pentasecurity, Penta Security Systems, Inc., 25, Gukjegeumyung-ro 2-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Seoul Teugbyeolsi, KOREA (REPUBLIC OF)

    Cost of the token

    20000 tokens for 0.1 eth

    Price without discounts


    Bonus Dates Minimum purchase amount
    20% May 28 — June 16, 2018

    Accepted currency

    • Ethereum

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    Alexandr Gonchar July 30, 2018
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    It's an interesting project which used for creating and managing a market of car data, a market where data can be exchanged. By introducing management back in hands of data creators, users are allowed to turn them into public assets that help create better products, services and experiences. Market participants are users associated with cars, whether they are car users, car manufacturers or automotive service providers. The goal of the project is to create a safe and reliable environment for the exchange of data on the automobile, which based on the experience of the team in the automobile industry. The first step in achieving this goal is to solve relevant problems in the automotive data industry.... Since the AMO market is built on the block of AMO Blockchain as an economic system which based on technology, it supports equal participation and trade of the involved participants, using AMO Coin as a means of payment.

    Risks and disadvantages

    The shortcoming of the project can be considered the idea, which is already used by many start-ups and the whole tokenization of the entire system, which at the same time will serve as a means of payment and a kind of share of the enterprise. It has been said many times that it's impossible to set a price on the token and it will remain unchanged. Market dictates the price and it can drop to zero in a very short period of time.


    It seems to me that this project is interesting and necessary for users, but it's unlikely that it would be successful. First of all, because of a large number of similar projects that are already exist on the market and because of technical issues, particularly, the lack of agreements with car manufacturers and the tokenization of the system, which will scare away potential investors.

    Anne Bryn May 13, 2018
    Rating of project


    The project has active accounts on social networks. This platform will store a lot of useful car related information. All the participants will be able to receive appropriate rewards for their contributions.

    Risks and disadvantages

    The team and the advisors will own 16% of tokens which are not subjected to a vesting schedule.


    I suppose the team will develop their project little by little. And this is the subject where more information is needed. How exactly the team will develop their project. What companies they will cooperate with. What countries or probably cities and towns will be involved. And how this geography will be expanded.

    Sofia Medda May 11, 2018
    Rating of project


    Many skilled and experienced professionals are involved in the project. This project has history, some successful solutions were already realized by the team.

    Risks and disadvantages

    The team doesn`t informs us if there are auto manufacturers, gas stations, auto repair shops, insurance companies, used car dealerships, car registration offices or parking services which are interested in cooperation with the project. 20 % of tokens will be used for strategic partnerships, but I would like to have more detailed information about using of these 20% of tokens. If this amount will be spent on marketing and promotion or on visiting events or on meetings and agreements. I think it will be difficult to make so many agreements.


    I think it won`t be easy for the team to interact with so many participants. The realization of the project will take time and efforts.