Jan 31, 2018
Paygine is an open financial platform designed to help business and its customers to use the cryptocurrency intheir everyday life as ordinary money. The platform model is based on its own banks based in the different countries, and in jurisdictions comfortable for cryptocurrency usage. The platform will be based on the existing and most advanced solutions of PayEngine LTD (registered in the UK) company that are currently used in the fintech world.
Paygine is an open financial platform designed to operate within its own proprietary banking structure and designed to serve FinTech and crypto-business needs in areas of money remittance, cryptocurrency exchange, and payment for "real" goods and services under white label solution.
Stage I // Phase 1
Stage I // Phase 2
2015 to 2017
Attention. There is a risk that unverified members are not actually members of the team
There are plenty of similar projects that were trying to issue the same solutions but did not succeed. The services provided by PayGine have already been introduced by Revolut and is in active development and global expansion. The idea is not unique and several other larger projects already working on the same solutions for a while. It is unclear what has been done by Best2Pay and PayGine separately. There are legal risks pegged to the bank acquisition procedure. The current stage of PayGine development is unclear.
PayGine will charge fees for the access to its payment solutions. The transaction fee will vary from 1.8% to 2.5%. The total cost of 2.5% includes full transaction lifecycle: from client-provider money transfer to withdrawal of funds as opposed to current solutions from existing providers. PayGine will also charge Exchange fees of c. 1.5%. The fee will be split between customer and store. The range between Soft and Hard Cap is quite high and equals to $27M. When compared to the similar projects, the valuation seems too high. Only 27% of the tokens will be available for sale. Most of the ICO collected funds - almost 65% - will be used for a bank acquisition. There are huge bonuses (up to 20%) for the public sale participants.
There are no people with blockchain experience within the team. Most of the team members have corporate management experience and did not start and scale companies by themselves. The team members are scattered around different time zones. They live in Florida, Singapore, Moscow, Donetsk, and Saint Petersburg.
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