Matryx Token Sale

Sep 13, 2017
Nov 13, 2017

Matryx is a platform for decentralized collaboration. Matryx consists of a bounty system, a library of digital assets, and a marketplace. Problems are posted, along with a bounty for a verified solution. Users then collaborate to solve problems, share results, and earn rewards. Rewards are given to all relevant contributors, and all submissions are added to the Matryx library and marketplace for future purchase. This will create an ecosystem of public collaboration and ideas that will drive research and innovation.

Project Team
Steve McCloskey
Keita Funakawa
Edgardo Leija
Scott Morgan
Vincent Brunet
Adam Simon
Project Developer
Kyle Lee
Greg Horowitt
Venture Capitalist, Author, Serial Entrepreneur
Benjamin Bratton
Professor of Visual Arts at UCSD, Author
Paul Puey
CEO & Co-Founder at Airbitz
David Brin
Author, Futurist, Public Speaker
Geoff Odell
CEO at Trusted-HIT | former Novartis VP of Global Operations
Ronald Graham
Inventor of Grahamʼs Number | Mathematician and Chief Scientist at CalIT2
Mark Thiemens
Former dean of Physical Sciences at UC San Diego
Jurgen Schulze
Prof. of Computer Science at UCSD. 18+ years in VR & Computer Graphics
Silvia Mah
Executive Director of Hera-Labs
Daniel Berard
Former Lead Engineer at Accelrys/Dassault Systemes
Deborah Jude
Communications Officer at Center for Microbiome Innovation at UCSD
John Graham
Lead Engineer of Pacific Research Platform
Bruna Mori
Director of Engagement at The Center for Design and Geopolitics
Tokens generation cap

 162,000 ETH

Tokens exchange

1 MTX = 0.00090909 ETH


6.09: 150-300 ETH: 10% Discount*
300+ ETH: 15% Discount*
*Discounts only apply to purchases during the pre-sale period.

Differences from competitors

Matryx has few competitors and differs heavily from most projects in the blockchain landscape. Barriers to effective collaboration are a conflict shared by almost every field of study, research, and development. Unlike most tokenized platforms, rather than proposing a singular solution to a specific problem, Matryx takes a step back and posits a framework for solving any problem. While the backbone of the Matryx platform is incentivized collaboration, Matryx will expand into many fields where it will face competitors, namely mass distributed computing (Golem) and asset libraries for virtual worlds (Decentraland). Rather than offer premature distributed solutions to the aforementioned problems, the Matryx platform provides an architecture to design quality systems in an effective and intentional manner. By using the collaborative bounty system, Matryx will literally design itself.