Incremint.io is developing and launching a blockchain-based escrow solution for initial coin offerings (ICOs) that enhances accountability and engagement, mitigates risks for token buyers, and increases demand for ICO tokens.
ICO Status: Finished
Incremint can be used for any transaction (token sale, crowdfunding campaign, purchase of goods) where the parties want to make sure the pre-agreed terms are satisfied before the digital funds change hands. Incremint facilitates successful digital transactions for clients by:
Establishing trust among the parties (startup team and token holders, buyer and supplier, etc.)
Encouraging parties to fulfill their promises (what was agreed to happen before the assets change hands)
Adding credibility and visibility to projects selling tokens or seeking funding
Providing a decentralized dispute resolution mechanism
Ensuring that all decisions are recorded on public blockchain
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|ICO token Distribution:
75% for Token Participants, 15% for Advisors and Managers, 7% for Founders, and 3% for Bounty Participants
Mints give their holders discounted participation in the ICOs of Incremint’s clients and discounts on all services provided by Incremint.
Recently, Ethereum Architect Vitalik Buterin released a proposal to make ICOs more accountable through a mechanism called a DAICO.
A DAICO would allow ICO investors to control the flow of funds to issuers.
Incremint's decentralized escrow platform is an enhanced variation of a DAICO with increased flexibility. You can see on Incremint website (incremint.io) the item comparison of our platform to DAICO. The key distinguishing features include the ability to store funds in fiat escrow, pre-agreed milestones, releases in tranches, flexibility on voting parameters and ability to address force majeure situations. Also, Incremint will be a ready to use audited solution.
Initial Coin Offering
|Pre-ICO Launch: |
19th of December 2017
15th of April 2018
1st of June 2018
31st of August 2018
ICO Tradable on Exchanges since:
still not tradable
|Platform: Ethereum (ERC20 Token)|
|Austin, TX; Moscow, Russia; George Town, Cayman Islands|
Team behind Incremint.io
Brian is an international corporate lawyer with close to twenty years of experience in international, complex transactions in the US, Europe and several offshore jurisdictions. He was an associate with Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP and Bass Berry & Sims PLC for several years before joining the Moscow office of DLA Piper as a Partner in 2008. In 2010, Brian opened a solo practice, focusing primarily on cross-border transactions in the areas of mergers & acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures, start-ups, commercial transactions, strategic partnering and investments, and ICO legal advice. In 2016 The Legal 500 included Brian in the list of recommended lawyers for Corporate/M&A in Russia noting him as a “superb dealmaker.” Brian has been a member of the State Bar of Texas since 2000. He received his undergraduate degree from Rhodes College and his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. He is a native of Dallas, Texas and a US national.
Chief Strategy Officer
Andrei is a highly accomplished lawyer having successfully advised clients on international corporate transactions for almost two decades at UK and US-based law firms Allen & Overy, Latham & Watkins, and Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, and KPMG. Andrei’s work on behalf of clients has been recognized by leading legal publications, such as The Legal 500, and The Best Lawyers, which included Andrei in its lists of recommended lawyers for M&A, banking and corporate finance transactions. Andrei is a graduate of MGIMO, a native of Moscow and a Russian national.
Chief Operating Officer
Peter is a corporate lawyer specializing in M&A, commercial transactions, and ICO legal advice. Peter has previously worked at Hogan Lovells and KPMG before joining forces with Brian and Andrei in their Austin-based law practice. Peter received a bachelor’s degree from Illinois Wesleyan University in 2004, his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 2008, and is a member of the New York bar. He is a Russian national.
Chief Financial Officer
Hans is an experienced corporate and investment banker with an accomplished track record in advising and financing complex strategic international transactions including M&A, IPOs, bonds, project finance and structured finance. Hans has previously worked at HSBC Bank in London, Citigroup in Moscow, the Federal Reserve Bank in Houston, and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Central Asia. He received his MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2008 and is a US national.