Scorum is a media platform for creating high-quality sports content, sports betting, and playing fantasy sports. Sorum allows users to make bets against each other in real time, avoiding third parties, commissions, and hidden payments. The platform also provides rewards for both the content creators and curators. Website: scorumcoins.com Analog: EtherSport
How they differ from the competitors:
besides sports betting and ability to play fantasy sports, Scorum also enables users to shape their own information space and get rewarded for sharing their passion for sports. So, if looking at the features, they seem rather distinctive compared with other sports media resources.
How they want to make money:
—adds on the platform with rewards for clicks
— a commission from selling partner's products (live broadcasts, tickets, etc.)
— 10% of the photos' price from the database. As a user, you can purchase the images to create your own content.
there are over 1 billion sports fans in the world. The capitalization of the sports events market is $80 billion, and the market of betting and the virtual teams brings more than $1 trillion. What their token gives you:
an internal currency. Token price:
there are several phases. The first 1,6 million SCR — $0,5, the next 2 million SCR — $0,75, the next 3 million SCR — $0,9, and the last 12 million SCR will go for $1.
Terms of sale
: no minimum purchase. Accepted currencies: BTC, ETH. What will happen to tokens:
they issued two types of tokens — Scorum Coin (SCR) and Scorum Power (SP). All unsold SCO tokens will be exchanged into the SP tokens and go for the further development of the project. The SCR tokens that aren't distributed to their partners will be burned. As for the SP tokens, they will be allocated for free as bonuses and rewards. You can convert the SP into the SCR within 12 months at the rate of 1 SP = 1 SCR. Token allocation:
20 million tokens in total:
18,6 million — crowdsale
930 thousand — affiliate program
470 thousand — team How much they want to raise on ICO:
hard cap — $17 million. Where the money will go:
65% — development
15% — legal support