GeoFounders - ICO overview
GeoFounders is a software collective that creates desktop, mobile and web decentralized applications (dApps) which run atop popular blockchain platforms. Using custom-made middleware, GeoFounder’s software can switch between different blockchain networks and, in some cases, operate on more than one network at the same time. This feature allows customers to not only operate GeoFounders software on their preferred network, but also ensures the longevity of the GeoFounders software catalogue and an increase in overall potential customers.
Edward Shull is a former senior analyst at Morgan Stanley and a veteran of the banking and web startup industry. For the past decade Mr. Shull has operated a boutique web consultancy called USWeb with clients ranging from Forbes and Dow Jones to ABN AMRO Bank and Nasdaq.
Mr. Shull's past experience makes him uniquely qualified in the blockchain space for he has worked in a variety of positions within financial service and Internet startup organizations. Such experience includes working in customer relations for Chase Bank, as a loan officer for a small Chicago lending firm, in a Silicon Valley startup incubator and as a senior analyst for Morgan Stanley specializing in CRM software.
Mr. Shull became interested in the blockchain space after investing in the Ethereum ICO and participating in numerous discussions regarding blockchain technology and it's potential for financial service applications. Mr. Shull studied computer science and marketing at Harvard University. During his free time, Mr. Shull enjoys writing, spending time with his son Michael and listening to the heavenly music of the 80's.
Shaun Shull is a senior programmer with over 20 years experience in the software industry. For the past decade Mr. Shull has worked as the lead developer for USWeb, a family-run web consultancy.
Mr. Shull began his programming career at the age of 14, learning Perl and writing his first commercial program for a small advertising business. After high school in the late 90's, Mr. Shull moved across the country to Silicon Valley where he gained valuable knowledge and experience working for many high-profile companies such as 3Com, Oracle, Visa and numerous web startups.
In 2003 Mr. Shull joined USWeb and lead development for important clients including CNET, Hachette Filipacchi and Booz Allen Hamilton. During Mr. Shull's research efforts he discovered Bitcoin and the fascinating technological concepts behind it. Although missing out on Bitcoin, this fascination would eventually lead to Mr. Shull's investment into the Ethereum crowd sale and the creation of his own crypto-portfolio management software. This software would become the foundation of GeoFounders.
Michael Shull is a software programmer and web developer with a strong passion for Bitcoin and related blockchain technologies. Mr. Shull is a recent graduate of Harvard University with a Master's degree in Liberal Arts with a focus on Digital Media Design. His other credentials include a Bachelor's degree in Communications from UNLV and a Certificate in Web Technologies from Harvard University.
While getting an education, Michael worked as a junior programmer, web developer and Unity/Unreal game designer at USWeb alongside his father and cousin. At USWeb he was responsible for assisting with content management software programming, video production and general web development tasks.
Mr. Shull became interested in the blockchain space during his last two years at university. For his final Capstone project, Mr. Shull programmed a cross-platform blockchain-based address book application that required no third party hosting service or technical expertise to operate. This project sparked his continued fascination with blockchain technology and it's potential to change the world.
100,000,000 GeoUnits (GUNS)
Crowdsale cap: 65,000,000 GUNS (65%)
Payment Method: ETH
Week 1 : 1 ETH = 800 GUNS
Week 2 : 1 ETH = 700 GUNS
Week 3 : 1 ETH = 600 GUNS
Week 4 : 1 ETH = 500 GUNS
Funding goal: 10,000 ETH (≈ $2.500.000)
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