REGA Risk Sharing - insurtech startup from Russia announces start of international crowdfunding campaign and releases Risk Sharing Tokens on Ethereum.
Moscow, September 14 – REGA Risk Sharing - developer of decentralized crowdsurance platform based on smart contracts, scoring systems and artificial intelligence technologies, - announces Risk Sharing Tokens (RST) emission on Ethereum and starts ICO campaign.
ICO campaign starts on September 15th, 2017 at 10:00 (UTM) and will last until the maximum volume of RST distribution is reached.
The number of RST tokens issued during ICO – 10 000 000.
The number of RST tokens for sale during ICO – 50%+1 token (5 000 001).
The price of RST tokens during ICO campaign is 0.1 ETH/RST.
Early birds investors can buy RST tokens at special price of 0,05 ETH/RST.
ICO campaign will proceed in three stages:
● stage 1: Pre-Sale (September 15, 2017 – October 14, 2017) – number of RST tokens at sale - 30 000 at the price of 0.05 ETH/RST;
● stage 2: ICO opening days (October 15-16, 2017) – number of RST tokens at sale - 800 000 at the price of 0.08 and 0.09 ETH/RST;
● stage 3: ICO (starting from October 17 till the end of campaign) – number of RST tokens at sale – 4 170 001 at the price of 0.01 ETH/RST.
Funds raised during the ICO campaign will be used to shape REGA Superpools to ensure effective operation of the REGA Risk Sharing model. RST token owners can vote on REGA risk management key issues and receive reward for participation in platform operation questions up to 3% from the collected funds.
RST token can be converted back to ETH at the rate of: reserves/number of tokens sold*20%. In addition, the increase of the tokens price according to the above formula will be ensured by reserves amount increase resulted by successful operation of the risk management models on REGA platform.
The funds will be used for the development of REGA platform and creation on its basis a full-featured platform for insurtech products developers, with a wide range of API tools and tools for compiling smart contracts.
In the nearest future, REGA plans to expand the geography of Lexi Club mutual pet crowdsurance solution on European markets, Asia and USA. In next steps REGA will extend its portfolio with crowdsurance products for mobile devices (REGA gadget protection), private property (cars, real estate), human health, and the development of a comprehensive crowdsurance system.
About REGA Risk Sharing
REGA Risk Sharing – developer of crowdsurance* platform based on blockchain.
* Crowdsurance is the association of individuals joint into communities in order to share financial consequences of their potential risks. Such collective cooperation is based on the principles of autonomous decentralized organizations on blockchain and regulated by smart contracts. The nature of crowdsurance implies creation of reserve funds out of community members voluntary contributions.
In March 2017, REGA Risk Sharing successfully launched on its platform Lexi Club crowdsurance pilot product - solution for pet owners that helps members to save significantly on vet services and pay only 20% on bills. Service is based on the Ethereum platform on the principle of the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO). Lexi Club was awarded by Microsoft with BizSpark Plus grant.
Technologically, the platform is built with Microsoft technologies: Azure Machine Learning algorithms, Bot Framework for managing the user interface, and Microsoft Cognitive Service for building a scoring model and risk assessments.
More info about the company and its products you can find on the website www.rega.life.
Company name: REGA Risk Sharing
Company site: www.rega.life
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