SaTT is a project that changes the way in which advertisers and content editors interact with a decentralized database. Thanks to the use of smart contracts, the advertiser will be able to set standards for the effectiveness of an advertising campaign and pay for it only when certain results are achieved. In turn, publishers have a guarantee that their work will be paid once certain well-defined results are achieved.
Business Model Overview SaTT (SaTT)
1. The validity of income
The project provides complete freedom in transactions between advertisers and publishers. Payments on the platform are not subject to any transfer fees or fees for currency conversion. Advertisers will be able to choose the best partners for themselves and set the method of payment. There are also no monthly fees on the platform, and the price of the transaction depends on the user's needs.
2. Number of currencies accepted
The number of accepted currencies includes 4 liquid currencies: ETH, BTC, USD, EUR.
3. Token emission
In the project there is a limited number of tokens. A total of 200 million SaTT tokens will be issued (p. 23 White Paper).
4. Discount on the purchase of tokens
The discount on the purchase of tokens is 100% (p. 24 White Paper).
The project has a developed technological map, in which its goals are indicated until January 2019 (p. 28 White Paper). The distribution of tokens will occur as follows: 34% - “Holding ICO”, 27.63% - “Reserve”, 9.38% - “API”, 10% - “Partners”, 5.25% - “Bonuses”, 7 , 5% - “Project Team”, 1.88% - “Verified Pages”, 1.88% - “Verified Users”, 2.5% - “Bounty Program” (p. 25 White Paper).
6. SOFT CAP / HARD CAP Ratio
The project has a bad SOFT CAP / HARD CAP ratio, which reduces its investment attractiveness. The values of SOFT CAP and HARD CAP are 3 360 000 $ and 28 560 000 $ respectively (p. 23 White Paper).
7. MVP availability
The project has a developed prototype, which is available at https://satt.atayen.us/#/access/signin.
8. Risk assessment and insurance
There are no risk assessments according to international standards, as well as any risk insurance methods, for example, Escrow, which increases the risk of losing capital for investors.