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RoleCoin: Proof-of-progress for education

Digital currency that tracks and measures the skill and career development progress of its recipient

stage Ended crowdsale


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man Clarence Wooten

Founder and CEO

Serial Entrepreneur and Product Architect
Clarence Wooten is a serial entrepreneur and product architect who has founded and built successful ecommerce, marketplace, enterprise SaaS and Fintech
startups. Clarence was co-founder and CEO of ImageCafe.com, an online superstore of prefabricated websites for small businesses. ImageCafe was acquired for $23 million at the height of the dot-com boom by Network Solutions/Verisign in November 1999, returning 11x to investors in under 11 months.
Clarence followed up his early success by founding and leading the development of successful startups including Groupsite.com (a leading social collaboration platform backed by Siemer Ventures), Progressly (an enterprise process workflow platform backed by 8vc), and VentureFund.io (a data-driven marketplace connecting startups with investors). Clarence is an angel investor and advisor to many other Silicon Valley-based startups. Clarence is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and was honored as a distinguished alumnus in 2010. He was named an honorary alumni of the University of Maryland in 2006 and served on the board of trustees at Philadelphia University - one of the nation's top design schools. Recognizing that his life would be drastically different had he not been exposed to technology and role models at a young age, Clarence set out to create a platform that provides inspiration and guidance on a global scale by making it easy for others to leverage role models to discover and pursue STEAM careers to better their lives. STEAMRole is more than a company to Clarence, it's his calling.

man Sandra Randon

Partnership Director

Sandra Randon is an international and domestic Business Development Director with expertise in NGO and community based initiatives. Combining business
acumen and a passion for education, Sandra is the founding Board Member and President of the Foundation for Education and Development www.ghrefed.org. With a career that spans 15+ years working in South & North America as well as the
APAC region focused on outreach to Foundations and Government entities, Partnerships and Program Development, Sandra combines her Masters in Public
Administration with her Masters in Psychology to drive collaborative partnerships. Formerly Associate Director at the Westchester Hispanic Coalition (WHC), a prominent community-based organization providing a range of services to underserved communities, Sandra most recently worked as the Foundation for Education and Development (FED) Director of Development where she secured unprecedented funding commitments from bilateral and multilateral donor organizations as well as private entities. Sandra's contributions were instrumental during a critical stage of FED’s transformation from a small to medium-scale organization. Sandra will bring her foundational ground-level experience to modernizing and digitizing the business of giving.


man Roberto J. Rodriguez

Education Strategy Advisor

Formerly President Obama’s Deputy Assistant for Education
Roberto J. Rodríguez is President and CEO of Teach Plus. He spearheads the organization’s work to grow and strengthen the teacher leadership movement.
Roberto served in senior roles in the United States Senate and in the White House. From 2009 to 2017, he developed and led President Obama’s education initiatives to build systemic change and improve opportunity and outcomes across the educational continuum. His efforts led to an increase of tens of thousands of additional children enrolled in early education; new partnerships to better personalize and re-design the high school experience to meet individual needs of students; creation of a new, national focus on excellence in STEM education; and more. Roberto holds a Presidential appointment to the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. A native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, he is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

man Yoli Chisholm


Yoli Chisholm is an award-winning global executive who has led enterprise marketing teams of 80+ for companies including Microsoft, eBay, Lavalife.ca and
Points.com in the US and Canada. Her digital marketing career has spanned industries from technology, retail, e-healthcare, dating to travel and
tele-communications in multiple markets, globally. Her expertise includes the government, enterprise organizations, SMB’s and NGO’s. As a revenue marketer Yoli helps companies develop and market new products, apps and services. Under Yoli’s leadership, MSN launched new vertical media
channels acquiring Canada’s leading retail, financial and gaming companies as customers. Working at eBay, Yoli growth hacked innovative marketing technology designed to increase new customer activation. At Points.com Yoli increased user activation by 300% by developing a new customer experience working with the world’s leading airline, hotel and credit card companies. At Lavalife.com Yoli launched new mobile apps partnering with Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, Bell etc. Most recently at Microsoft, Yoli improved their central marketing organization’s digital marketing impacting their multibillion dollar enterprise businesses including Azure, O365, Surface, Dynamics and Windows. As CMO, Yoli will drive marketing planning and execution for strategic revenue growth.

man Keith Teare


Co-Founder of TechCrunch
Keith Teare is a Founder and Executive Chairman at Accelerated Digital Ventures Ltd., a UK-based global investment company focused on startups at all stages. He was a founder at the Palo Alto incubator, Archimedes Labs. Archimedes was the original incubator for TechCrunch and, since 2011, has invested, accelerated or incubated Silicon valley startups including Quixey; M.dot (sold to GoDaddy);
chat.center; Loop Surveys; DownTown and Sunshine.
Teare has a track record as a serial entrepreneur with big ideas and has achieved significant returns for investors.

man Ryan Scott

Social Impact Advisor

As an advisor to half a dozen blockchain startups, founder of ICO Advisory Group, and an ICO event organizer, Ryan is a an expert in Blockchain Token Sales. Ryan has personally invested in many companies including Tesla Motors and Lottery.com, and ICOs including Aidcoin, Lockchain, and Stellar. He has been a serial entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, and New York for 26 years and has founded both NetCreations (opt-in email marketing pioneer) and Causecast (corporate volunteerism and giving portal).
He is an Advisor for BlockRX (pharmaceutical supply chain on the blockchain), Karma International (membership and event management on the blockchain), Crowdfunder (equity crowdfunding), Lottery.com (mobile lottery), Tiltify (crowdfunding platform to gamers), Elige.re (crowdfunded computational biology on blockchain), VINChain (vehicle history on blockchain), LoyaltyCoin (a coin to unite all loyalty programs), and many more.

man David Drake


Executive Director LDJ Capital & Founder of SOHO Loft
David serves as board advisor to NAGA Coin, Coinme, ICOBox, Quantstamp Technologies, 1World Online, BLOCKv and other successful ICOs. Founder of The Soho Loft, a subsidiary of the VC division of the New York-based private equity firm LDJ Capital, he is also the founder of US Crowdfund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates (CFIRA) and US CrowdFunding Professional Association (CfPA). Fluent in six languages and born in Sweden, David lobbied for the JOBS Act (Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act) in both the US and at the EU Commission, and was a U.S. Commerce Department delegate at the Transatlantic Economic
Council forum. David presents regularly as an expert on financial innovation and impact investing at 150+ annual and international events. He writes for a number of online publications including forbes.com, equities.com and Thomson Reuters.

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Crowdsale details

Distribution of tokens
  • Crowdsale (35%)
  • Minted via Proof-of-Progress (30%)
  • Shareholders and Early Investors (20%)
  • Held in Treasury (15%)
Budget allocation
  • Biz Development (8%)
  • Tech Development (37%)
  • Marketing (17%)
  • General Admin (21%)
  • Sales (17%)
Details Indicators
Token Symbol ROLE
Full Token Name RoleCoin
Crowdsale Start June 15th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
Crowdsale End Hard cap is reached or July 15th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
Crowdsale Hard Cap Fixed, $35000000
Crowdsale Soft Cap Yes, $10000000
Domain owner Individual

Cost of the token

1 token for 0.1 $

Price without discounts


Amount to be sold
100,000,000 20,000 RoleCoin = 50% discount
50,000,000 16,667 RoleCoin = 40% discount
50,000,000 14,285 RoleCoin = 30% discount
50,000,000 12,500 RoleCoin = 20% discount
50,000,000 11,111 RoleCoin = 10% discount

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How can I get Rolcoins?

Participate in our ICO.
There are various ways to mint RoleCoin based on your role and activity on STEAMRole.
Steamers – You can earn RoleCoins for creating an account on STEAMRole, inviting others to signup, and completing roadmap skills.
Role Models – You can earn RoleCoin for creating an account on STEAMRole, inviting others to signup, sharing story clip content, or conducting webinars for Steamers.
Purchase RoleCoins from any participating Altcoin exchange (coming soon).

How can I use Rolecoins?

Steamers/Role Models – Can use RoleCoins to attend webinars hosted by your favorite role models or access educational content on partner sites.
Impact Investors - Can choose what organization to gift RoleCoins to and get access to our Proof of Progress dashboard where you can see the on going impact of your gift.
Companies – Can use RoleCoins to buy access to our Diverse Talent Pipeline dashboard to inspire, track and hire up-and-coming talent.

If I gift or donate rolecoins can I see the impact of my donation?

Yes! You can get access to our Proof of Progress (PoP) dashboard to monitor the impact of your RoleCoin gifts. Note: Free PoP dashboard access requires a minimum purchase of 25,000 RoleCoins.

Is RoleCoin built on its own blockchain or on top of an existing protocol?

RoleCoin is built on top of Stellar.

Where can I find more information about RoleCoin?

In our Whitepaper