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SHP Sharpe Capital

The Financial Markets Protocol

13. Nov 2017 - 13. Dec 2017

Sharpe Capital is a blockchain startup, crowdsourcing the world’s best asset sentiment via the Ethereum blockchain. Users of the Sharpe Platform earn Ether rewards in exchange for their opinions about global equity markets. Backed by the Sharpe proprietary investment fund, rewards are paid to holders of SHP tokens on a quarterly basis. The Sharpe proprietary investment fund utilises cutting edge Machine Learning technology to deliver returns that consistently beat the stock market, with low volatility and an excellent Sharpe ratio (typically 2.5+). Their trading ledger smart contract maintains a real-time public record of all investment activity on the blockchain, such that sentiment rewards can be paid to token holders in a decentralised and autonomous way. Subject to obtaining regulatory sign-off, they will be a blockchain start-up to issue a fully-regulated crypto-security token. They plan to issue Sharpe Crypto-Derivative (SCD) tokens to all holders of SHP, at a rate of 1-to-1. SCD will be a dividend-paying token, which tracks the performance of the Sharpe proprietary fund and pays an Ether profit-share to token holders on a biannual basis.

Team

Members

Lewis Barber - Co-Founder & CEO

James Butler - Co-Founder & CIO

Israel Colomer - Chief Technology Officer

Ali Bros - Lead Developer

Ali Javed Darugar - Legal Counsel

Dan Pilch - Cloud Architect & Systems Engineer

Arthur Tayrac - Freelance UX/UI Designer

Dimitri Chupryna - Advisor

German Leonov - Advisor

Lexi Gao - Advisor

Meike Vandenbroucke - Advisor

Jonas Sevel Karlberg - Advisor

Barnaby Mannerings - Advisor

Country of origin United Kingdom

Technology

Blockchain Ethereum (What is blockchain?)

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