CanYa is a peer to peer market of skilled services – where users are instantly connected to service providers. Unlike most ICO’s we already have a working product, high user growth and an experienced team – We launched our initial product to Australia earlier this year and now we’re conducting an ICO to fund expansion into the international market as well as launching CAN token. Being able to bring a skilled services marketplace to the cryptocurrecny community allows instant spending of crypto for real services – bringing value to the ecosystem. On top of this, CanYa also benefits cryptocurrency by allowing us to bring crypto to those who want a skilled services marketplace but who are yet to become familiar to cryptocurrency.
CanYa has again raised the bar for ICOs following a major acquisition of Bountysource and its passionate 46,000 open-source developer community. In a world where most ICOs (and traded cryptocurrencies) have no product or user-base, this move is unprecedented.
ICO Status: Finished
CanYa will completely change the world’s $2tn ‘gig economy’. CanYa will be a fully decentralised, international platform for people to book and pay (or be paid) for both home and digital services. Want to book a local plumber? Use CanYa. Want to get a graphics designer from overseas for your new website? Use CanYa. By providing a meaningful reason to spend cryptocurrencies in the real world, CanYa will help accelerate the mainstream adoption of crypto.
The ICO will also be rewarding participants who contribute to CanYa’s community through its ‘Dolphin Tier’ - an exclusive invite-only pre-ICO bucket with a 40% bonus. Only people who help the CanYa ICO will be invited. Details @ https://blog.canya.com.au/2017/11/06/introducing-the-canya-dolphin-tier/
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1 ETH = 1000 CAN
|ICO token Distribution:
26% Private Sale, 20% Reward Pool, 20% Founders and Advisors, 34% Public Sale
100,000,000 Tokens, 60,000,000 for sale.
CanYa is offering CAN Tokens to the public for future use in the platform. The following is the purpose of the
token, to be integrated in the future roadmap, and subject to regulatory approval:
(1) A consumptive use token for providers to access premium features in the app, contributed monthly.
(2) A loyalty token to reward users who participate in the platform, contributed to them when they perform
certain activities in the ecosystem.
If compliant with all local regulations, and appropriately licensed to do so:
(3) A medium of value exchange allowing providers to invoice their services in CAN tokens.
(4) A store of value, allowing providers to retain payments in the CanYa wallet.
Note: the CanYa Wallet will be a modular open-source wallet that allows users to store tokens locally. CanYa
will not hold user tokens or the private keys to the tokens.
CanYa currently facilitate Australian fiat payments using a licensed third-party. Integration of fiat payments
facilities in the CanYa ecosystem proposed in this white paper will require further licensing and regulatory
approval, through CanYa, or through a third-party.
|CanYa is the only Australian based Blockchain powered marketplace for services. Other applications such as Airtasker are in the market but have yet to start decentralising their offerings.|
Initial Coin Offering
|ICO Launch: |
26th of November 2017
26th of December 2017
ICO Tradable on Exchanges since:
still not tradable
|Platform: Ethereum (ERC20 Token)|
Team behind CanYa
JP Thorbjornson, BTech
CEO & Co-Founder
JP finished school in the Top 1% of his state, earned a technology degree with First Class honours at UNSW, completed a distinguished 10 year career in the Australian Air Force as an officer and pilot before founding a technology company in 2015. Early Bitcoin investor, placed as finalist in Australia’s first Ethereum Hackathon, “RegHack – Melbourne”. Leader, visionary, passionate. Tesla Model 3 on order.
Rowan Wilson, BSc
CTO & Co-Founder
Rowan grew up on config.sys hacks as a 10 year old and after compiling his first Linux 2.2 kernel hasn’t looked back. Rowan graduated with a high distinction average at UNSW double majoring in maths & computer science. He also completed a successful 12 year career as a decorated pilot in the Australian Air Force, whilst concurrently founding and developing “OzRunways EFB” iOS app which revolutionised aviation in Australia. Rowan is a co-founder of CanYa and interests include machine learning, popular physics, aviation and music.
Chris McLoughlin, BBus
CMO & Co-Founder
Chris completed a Business Degree with First Class honours before being employed as a pilot in the Australian Air Force. Chris is a fluent growth-hacker, growing CanYa’s social media base from 0 to over 55,000 followers in 8 months. Chris runs a tight marketing team and is passionate about engaging the community. Early Bitcoin investor, believes in a decentralised future.
Jet Yap, BSc
Jet has more than 10 years of experience working for large global IT shared services organisations and international professional services firms assisting customers and partners to make better use of SAP ERP technology. Jet was trained in SAP Finance and Controlling R/3, SAP Security and SAP GRC Access Control and participated in large scale ERP rollouts, following industry leading practices such as Prince2, ASAP and ITIL V3. Jet has been mining Bitcoin since 2012, and placed as finalist in Australia’s first Ethereum Hackathon, “RegHack – Melbourne”.
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