Devery Project Update — Parity & PICOPS, Token Sale, Development Update, Major Whitepaper Revision & Devcon3.
It has been a very busy last few weeks for the team. We’re proud to announce that we have numerous updates on the Devery project.
Parity and PICOPS
We are proud to announce that we have been working with Parity to implement their new PICOPS KYC protocol into our token sale. This will allow for quick and efficient KYC processing.
Further, we hope to establish PICOPS as a standard for KYC processing — if you have whitelisted your Ethereum address through PICOPS once, it will automatically apply to all future token sales that utilize the protocol.
For our token sale, you will need to satisfy the terms of sale and not be a citizen or resident and you are not domiciled in the United States of America, China, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or any other geographic area or country in which the purchase and use of EVE in connection with Protocol Utility is prohibited by applicable law, decree, regulation, treaty, or administrative act.
We are happy to announce that an alpha of the Devery protocol will be released before the crowdsale. The team has been hard at work building the alpha of the protocol and we will be open sourcing our repositories in the coming week.
We have received many requests for token sale dates and we are happy to announce them.
1. The presale will commence on 10th December 2017 and will cap at $2 million USD.
2. The crowdsale will commence on 21st January 2018 and will cap at 10,000 ETH (including the presale).
There will be a 5% discount in the presale. The presale will be available to those who contribute over 20ETH. Specific terms of agreement will be announced closer to the date.
We are aiming for a fair and equitable crowd sale for all participants involved. This is why we have opted for only a small percentage discount on the presale.
We are announcing a significant whitepaper revision of the Devery protocol by the end of next week. This revision will revamp the existing whitepaper with a specific focus on the technical implementation of the Devery protocol and implications on use cases based on feedback from the community, the team and our peers. We’ve attached a preview of this whitepaper below.
The team has also just arrived back from Cancún, Mexico after attending Devcon3. We are excited for future developments on Ethereum and are proud to be supporters of the network.
We are announcing our referral program. Contributors whom are active members of the telegram which participate in discussion and invite members will be eligible for a 1% referral bonus after the crowdsale. This is determined on a case by case basis.