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ShareRing: The world's first trusted token for sharing services

One way to pay for sharing everything, no matter what it is or where you are

stage Ended crowdsale

KPLs

  • Employees25

Traction

July, 2013

PARTNERSHIP WITH LEASE PLAN, EUOPCAR AND GE

May, 2015

KEAZ AUSTRALIA LAUNCHED

June, 2015

KEAZ VIETNAM LAUNCHED. KEAZ INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FOCUS COMMENCED.

August, 2016

- 1000 CARS ONBOARD

December, 2017

- TOYOTA & ENVOY INTEGRATION
- EUROPECAR AUSTRALIA INTEGRATION. LEXUS AUSTRALIA INTEGRATION. YOOGO AUSTRALIA INTEGRATION.


Team

14
man Tim Bos

Co-founder & CEO

Tim is an experienced blockchain engineer and entrepreneur who has founded several sharing services, including global car-sharing platform Keaz, which has offices in Australia, Hong Kong, Vietnam and the USA. In an earlier life, he was an Associate Director at Barclays Capital, Program Manager at Avanade (a Microsoft and Accenture JV) and Project Manager at GE Capital.

man Rohan LePage

COO

A highly competent business manager, Rohan’s experience in online analytics spans many years. He is highly sought after in this sphere with a renowned reputation which speaks for itself. With a strong background in major automotive, plant equipment and e-commerce brands, Rohan’s knowledge of the rental (sharing) space is exemplary. His keen interest in crypto mining technology and hardware has lead him to become an expert in this field, from which he has derived great deal of experience since installing a crypto mining farm of his own in 2015.

man Neville Christie

Investment Director

As the grey-haired member of ShareRing team, and our Investment Director, Neville Christie’s career has covered a very wide range of industries and roles. At various times Neville has acted as chair, facilitator, innovator, entrepreneur, business mentor, venture banker, chair of strategic innovation boards, and futurist.

man Peter David

Non-Executive Director

Peter has a lifetime of experience in every aspect of growing global technology businesses. As CEO, COO or general manager, he has led several startups to generate total revenue of more than $300 million. In 2013 he founded Keaz with Tim Bos and currently serves as the company’s CEO.

man Jane Sadler-Kidd

Non-Executive Director

A founding shareholder of Keaz and ShareRing, Jane provides financial oversight, budgeting and financial forecasting support to the executive team. As an FCA her career has taken her from audit partner, with a national UK accountancy practice, through corporate finance advisory and interim management at board level, to her current focus on broader change management and organisational development. With experience working in UK, Russia, Middle East and Asia, she brings a clear understanding of both; the financial and organisational challenges facing a fast growing business operating in a global environment; and the need to establish robust financial practices to track and manage resources effectively in order to support the planned rapid growth.


Advisors

7
man Richard Kastelein

Blockchain and ICO Veteran

Richard Kastelein is a publisher and entrepreneur with international standing.

He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge on advising blockchain startups during the ICO process, including working with Bancor during its $150M raise and early humanitarian ICO Humaniq in 2016/17.

Renowned for founding the recently acquired industry vertical, Blockchain News, Richard’s pioneering contributions on blockchain technology can also be found in publications, such as Harvard Business Review, Venturebeat, Wired and The Guardian.

He is a partner at ICO services collective, CryptoAssets Design Group, where he helped to raise over $200M, a director of education company Blockchain Partners (part of Oracle’s partner ecosystem), the founder of leading industry event, CryptoFinancing, the first ICO event to be held in Europe, and the founder of a new 2018 event called Tokenomicon in Malta.

Richard holds an honorary Ph.D. and is Chair Professor of the Blockchain Faculty at Jiangxi Ahead Institute of Software & Technology, in China.

man Ting Y Chan

Principal and CEO of Dominion All Services Ltd

Ting was a Senior Executive at Hutchison Telecommunications Group, based in Hong Kong, for over 21 years. Prior to that, he was a Partner at a leading international commercial law firm, across its Melbourne and HK offices.

Ting brings deep experience in building, managing and advising international and technology businesses entailing small to very large investment: many of Hutchison Telecom’s global ventures are or were US$billion-plus investments.

Ting’s approach is practical and results-driven. He draws on and combines his legal training with lessons learnt from his hands-on commercial approach to managing a broad range of projects.These include greenfields/startups, JV’s, M&A’s, listings, exits and closures, IP protection and exploitation, tax, human resources, Government relations and corporate governance. Ting has a BA/LLB (Hons) from Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand and a NZ Dip Teaching. He is admitted to practise law in Australia, HK and NZ.

man Gary Palmer

Chairman, TECS Austria

Gary has advised banks, emoney institutions and technology providers in their development of blockchain and cryptocurrency strategies, with a keen focus on regulatory, compliance and payment technology.

Gary’s a proven startup founder with extensive, global experience in building world-class teams and companies that grow into large businesses and ultimately deliver compelling investor returns. He co-founded WildCard Systems in 1997, which became the largest prepaid processor in the world when later sold to eFunds for $262M. Proceeding that, Gary was part of the team that sold eFunds to a NYSE listed company, Fidelity National Information Services, for $1.8B. And in 2015, Adaptive Payments, a company he co-founded and pioneered 24x7x365 instant payments in the US, was acquired by MasterCard International.

Gary holds a BS in Marketing from the University of South Florida.

man Adrian McCullagh

Adrian has been a solicitor for 30 years having concentrated on IT law, and IT security law. He is presently advising on Blockchain technology and its legal impact and is currently working on 6 ICOs across multiple jurisdictions.

Principal of ODMOB Lawyers which specializes in high-tech IT legal advice.

man Christopher Emms

Christopher is a serial entrepreneur with extensive experience working with Startups and Ventures. Having worked in senior roles for some of Europe’s most exciting technology Startups across the UK and Berlin, where he was first introduced to Blockchain, particularly within the Fin- tech space. Christopher advises businesses on Blockchain eco-systems, regulatory requirements, Whitepaper Structuring and Appraisals, Business Plans, Token Design, and Architecture.




Crowdsale details

Distribution of tokens
  • Crowdsale (60%)
  • ShareRing (24%)
  • Advisors (10%)
  • Bounty Program (5%)
  • Airdrop (1%)
Budget allocation
  • Development (30%)
  • External reviews and technology validation (10%)
  • Setting up ‘incubators’ and bonuses (30%)
  • Global marketing and promotions. (20%)
  • Contingency (10%)
Details Indicators
Token Symbol SHR
Full Token Name Share Token
Pre-crowdsale Start March 29th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
Pre-crowdsale End Hard cap is reached or May 5th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
Pre-crowdsale Hard Cap Fixed, $25000000
Crowdsale Start May 7th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
Crowdsale End Hard cap is reached or June 7th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
Crowdsale Hard Cap Fixed, $20000000
Token type utility token
Domain registration date 2018-01-30
Domain owner Registration Private, Domains By Proxy, LLC, DomainsByProxy.com 14455 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale, Arizona, UNITED STATES

Cost of the token

1 token for 0.02 $

Price without discounts

Discounts and Bonuses

Pre-crowdsale
Discount Dates Minimum purchase amount
50% March 29 — May 05, 2018

Accepted currency

  • Ethereum


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