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  1. 1. Cybernetic Economy Report 2015 Emergence of the Cybernetic Economy cyber • Fund
  2. 2. cyber • Fund “I think that the Internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. The one thing that’s missing, but that will soon be developed, is a reliable e-cash, a method whereby on the Internet you can transfer funds from A to B without A knowing B or B knowing A.” 1999 Milton Friedman
  3. 3. “With e-currency based on cryptographic proof, without the need to trust a third party middleman, money can be secure and transactions effortless.” 2009 Satoshi Nakamoto cyber • Fund
  4. 4. cyber • Fund “Cybernetic economy should multiply human wealth 10 times every 18 months.” 2014 Dima Starodubcev
  5. 5. http://cyber.fund Coined in 2011 cyber•Fund’s mission is to make digital investments comprehensible, accessible, easy and safe cyber • Fund First distributed technology fund
  6. 6. Warnings ➔ Past performance is no guarantee of the future results ➔ This report is not an investment recommendation of any kind. Not yet. ➔ Digital investments are at a sole risk of investors ➔ Don't invest more than you can afford to lose ➔ Keep your private keys safe ➔ Invest only if you understand and accept future impact on humankind and society Overview cyber • FundPurpose of this report is to show trends. For current indicators, please, use the tools listed in the sources. 6 Time-frame 1 jan 2014 - 31 dec 2014 Discussion group on cyber • Talks Selection principles ➔ Coinmarketcap listings with a cap of more than $100k ➔ Manually selected DAOs and DApps ➔ Blockchain non-trackable projects are out of calculations, but could be mentioned. centralised exchanges, legacy startups, etc. Prepared by Dima Starodubcev, Kostya Lomashuk Reviewed by Vitalik Lvov, Marina Guryeva Please contact us if you find any inaccuracies and errors
  7. 7. Forecast and Opportunities Contents cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 7 Summary Decentralized Autonomous Organizations Notes Decentralized Applications If you want to experience quality graphics and working links: http://cyber.fund/cyberep
  8. 8. Economy capitalization cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 8 Source: cyber•Fund analysis 17.6 mln BTC Cap ↟ 27% 2014 growth 5.6 bln USD Cap ↡ 47% 2014 drop
  9. 9. Difference? DApps depend on DAOs ★ DAO independent and autonomous Decentralized systems by type cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 9 Source: cyber•Fund analysis 86 Amount of DAOs ↟ 3.3x 2014 growth 29 Amount of DApps ↟ 29x 2014 growth
  10. 10. Bitcoin in cybereconomy cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 10 Source: cyber•Fund analysis Total share of Bitcoin in cybereconomy ↡ 9.71%2014 drop 78.31%
  11. 11. cyber•Fund Rating cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 11 Key characteristics ➔ Opinionated Markets and Experts. ➔ Flexible Take into account almost everything. ➔ Long Term What is behind rating? ➔ Innovations & Science ➔ Team & Development ➔ Community & Adoption ➔ Liquidity & Access ➔ Total Addressable Market To the Moon ✪✪✪✪✪ Big Future ✪✪✪✪ Have Potential ✪✪✪ Garbage ✪✪ No Rating ✪ Methodology ★ To be disclosed in 2015
  12. 12. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 12 “Think of any DAO as of a company that was programmed to make operations efficient and that could exist by itself. It can hire people, make decisions, manage tangibles. It can do everything you can imagine. The most successful DAO is Bitcoin. The most efficient, no doubt, is BitShares. The most promising ones are Ethereum and MaidSafe. There is no need for the CEOs and presidents anymore.” Dima Starodubcev, cyber•Fund architect $5.5 bln DAOs cap ↡ 51% 2014 drop 86 DAOs quantity ↟ 330% 2014 growth
  13. 13. What is DAO? cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 13 Decentralized Autonomous Organization or DAO is a decentralized network of nodes, defined by consensus protocol and programmed to perform autonomous transactions by dividing work into computationally intractable tasks (which it incentivizes humans to do) and tasks which it performs itself. ★ Organisation They are free and independent entities ★ Autonomous Once up to speed, they no longer need or heed their creators ★ Distributed There are no central points of control or failure that can be attacked ★ Transparent Their books and business rules are auditable by all ★ Confidential Customer information is securely and incorruptibly protected ★ Trustworthy Because no interaction with them depends on trust ★ Fiduciaries Acting solely in their customers’ and shareholders’ interests ★ Self-regulating They robotically obey their own rules ★ Incorruptible No one can exercise seductive or coercive influence over them ★ First-class entities They possess their own digital resources
  14. 14. DAOs Overview cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 14 To the moon ✪✪✪✪✪ Have chances ✪✪✪ OperationalUnder construction
  15. 15. DAOs by Size cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 15 Source: cyber•Fund analysis DAOs > 100 mln except Bitcoin 2.7 mln BTC Cap ↟ 27% 2014 growth Growth in all segments is shown in Bitcoins
  16. 16. DAOs by Rating cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 Source: cyber•Fund analysis DAOs with Rating ✪✪✪✪✪ 94.3% of Cap 14 High Quality Vs. 51 Garbage 16
  17. 17. Proof of Garbage cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 17 Paycoin Litecoin Fuelcoin Monero Megacoin DNotes Monacoin Clams More garbage is coming soon! YbCoin Quark Ixcoin Novacoin Novacoin Worldcoin I0coin Applecoin
  18. 18. Origin of Species cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 18
  19. 19. Capitalization of DAOs by Consensus cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 19 Source: cyber•Fund analysis Invasion of the Systems with Federated Consensus ↟ 3.6x 2014 USD growth ↟ 8.9x 2014 BTC growth
  20. 20. Amount of DAOs by Consensus cyber • Fund 20 Source: cyber•Fund analysis Explosive growth of the Systems with Proof-of-Stake Consensus and its derivatives Cybernetic economy report 2015
  21. 21. cyber • Fund 21 DAO Technical ComparisonDAO Technical Comparison Cybernetic economy report 2015
  22. 22. cyber • Fund 22 DAO Functional Comparison Cybernetic economy report 2015
  23. 23. Bitcoin Adoption BTC cyber • Fund 23 $23B Trade volume ↟ 57% 2014 growth 82k Merchants ↟ 128% 2014 growth 7.9M Wallets ↟ 146% 2014 growth $4.3B Market Cap ↡ 57% 2014 drop Source: State of Bitcoin 2015 cyber•Fund Bitcoin has a high potential to change everything with an exponential price growth at the level of 10 mln users ✪✪✪✪✪ To the moon Events ➔ MTGox lost 7% of bitcoins ➔ Microsoft, Overstocks, Sun, Time, Dell ➔ Maturing of processing ➔ Buy via Visa or MasterCard ➔ Highly positive attitude of the “Big Four” Threats ➔ Bit License ➔ Chinese position ➔ Weak ATM infrastructure ➔ Weak support by the credit cards operators ➔ Still complicated wallets 30M Transactions ↟ 15% 2014 growth Cybernetic economy report 2015
  24. 24. cyber • Fund Bitcoin Ecosystem 24 Assembly Coins Colored Magic Cybernetic economy report 2015
  25. 25. Bitcoin Development BTC cyber • Fund 25 6.5k Nodes ↡ 21x 2014 drop 340 Phash Network Hashrate ↟ 34x 2014 growth $335M VC Investments ↟ 242% 2014 growth 23 249 Github Repositories ↟ 427% 2014 growth Events ➔ Venture industry similar to that of Internet in 1995 ➔ Remittance emergence ➔ Tipping emergence ➔ ATM emergence ➔ Colored coins first implementations ➔ Sidechains opportunities Threats ➔ The Bitcoin Foundation inefficiency ➔ Ripple is more compliant ➔ BitShares, NXT are more efficient ➔ Ethereum could reach ultimate functionality Data source: State of Bitcoin 2015 Cybernetic economy report 2015
  26. 26. Bitcoin ATMs BTC cyber • Fund 26 350 ATMs From 0 to 1 in one year 7+ manufacturers Source: Coinatmradar.com ATMs software is easily updatable to meet emerging market needs Cybernetic economy report 2015
  27. 27. Bitcoin Legal Adoption BTC cyber • Fund 27 55 countries Permissive Source: Bitlegal.net Obsolete 7 countries Contentious 2 countries Hostile Cybernetic economy report 2015
  28. 28. Reasons for Bitcoin Growth cyber • Fund 28 Metcalfe’s Law Value of a telecommunications network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users (n2 ) Proved by: ➔ Telecom companies ➔ Social Media ➔ Cryptocurrencies Users and price correlationNetwork effects explained > 1B users = > $1M for 1 bitcoin and very cheap $ Source: Giovanni Santostasi Cybernetic economy report 2015
  29. 29. Bitcoin’s Price Fluctuations cyber • Fund 29 Gartner’s technology hype cycle Price of Bitcoin reflects its adoption in accordance to the Metcalfe’s Law and Gartner Cycle for every cohort and for every technology component: ● Bitcoin as money ● Blockchain for digital assets ● Blockchain for public records ● Blockchain for internet of things ● Blockchain for smart contracts, etc Cybernetic economy report 2015
  30. 30. Money Velocity Transparency cyber • Fund 30 Share of bitcoins by duration of ownership Source: Making Lemonade out of Lemons by Team Swanson Over Four Years Three to Four Years Two to Three Years 18-24 Months 12-18 Months 6-12 Months 3-6 Months 1-3 Months One Months One Week One Day Cybernetic economy report 2015 100% ➔ Clear picture of the people behaviour ➔ New kind of transparency for the monetary systems that has never existed before. 0% 25% 50% 75% Jan 1, 2014 Nov 1, 2014June 1, 2014
  31. 31. Bitcoin Protocols by Transaction cyber • Fund 31 7 Protocols exist on top of Bitcoin 78% Counterparty from the total # of transactions on Bitcoin blockchain Source: Making Lemonade out of Lemons by Team Swanson Cybernetic economy report 2015
  32. 32. Science behind Bitcoin cyber • Fund 32 302 research papers ↟ 230 % explosive growth of interest in 2014 Number of scientific research papers Source: Bitcoin Academic Research by Brett Scott Cybernetic economy report 2015
  33. 33. cyber • Fund 33 Bill Gates “Bitcoin is a technological tour de force.” Technology Leaders Eric Schmidt “Bitcoin is a remarkable cryptographic achievement and the ability to create something that is not duplicable in the digital world has enormous value.” Mark Andreessen “Personal computers in 1975, the Internet in 1993, and – I believe – Bitcoin in 2014.” Peter Thiel “I do think Bitcoin is the first [encrypted money] that has the potential to do something like change the world." Cybernetic economy report 2015
  34. 34. 136k Users registered ↟ 147% 2014 growth 1.4 b Transactions Volume ↡ 15% 2014 drop $ 161M Trade Volume ↟ 354% 2014 growth Events ➔ McCaleb left Ripple and created Stellar with Stripe ➔ Codius were announced ➔ +10 gateways ➔ Global partnership with Eathport ➔ KOL’s research and reports: 14 Threats ➔ BitShares Gateways ➔ Centralized server infrastructure ➔ Distribution ➔ Stellar Ripple XRP cyber • Fund cyber•Fund “At this point of time Ripple remains leading financial innovation outside blockchain technology without any compliance issues as the gateways are able to freeze accounts. The proximity to the large corporations increases its chances for success.” ✪✪✪✪✪ To the moon 34 Source: Ripple Charts $ 753M Market Cap ↟ 255% 2014 growth Cybernetic economy report 2015
  35. 35. BitShares BTS cyber • Fund cyber•Fund “BitShares has a unique, efficient, very intelligent and adaptive algorithm with 101 delegates. BitShares has the fastest and scalable blockchain. BitShares has BitAssets that allow to perform operations without third-party involvement on the derivative market that has a value of more than 700T USD. We cannot find any reason, except for the network effects, of how Bitcoin could outperform BitShares in the long-term.” ✪✪✪✪✪ To the moon 35 101 Delegate Events ➔ Delegated POS was created ➔ ~10k bitcoins funded in AGS campaign ➔ Bitshares X appeared and merged with Bitshares PTS, AGS, Vote and DNS ➔ BitAssets hypothesis works ➔ Successful Bitshares Music auction 40.7M Market Cap ↟ 58% 32k Users registered Cybernetic economy report 2015 Source: BitShares Blocks
  36. 36. 139k Aliases created 46k Secure messages sent $17M Market Cap ↡ 60% 2014 drop 724k Transactions ↟ 11x 2014 growth 91k Accounts ↟ 13x 2014 growth Events ➔ First decentralized asset exchange was launched ➔ First decentralized marketplace was launched ➔ Alias system was implemented ➔ Secure blockchain messages were introduced ➔ Monetary system was implemented ➔ Voting testing was introduced NXT NXT cyber • Fund cyber•Fund “At this point of time NXT is an innovation leader that introduces new and innovative features one after another. It is a first platform that allows companies to sell their tokens and thus attract investments. It has everything in place to reach ambitious but realistic target of 1M adopters.“ ✪✪✪✪✪ To the Moon 36 339 Assets created Source: NXT Blocks Cybernetic economy report 2015
  37. 37. Dogecoin DOGE Achievements ➔ 3M adopters ➔ 50% of Bitcoin transactions volume ➔ Doge is not a joke anymore Innovations ➔ Shibe community $17.8M Market Cap ↟ 119% 2014 growth cyber • Fund Dogecoin community shows that everything is possible. Doge is especially popular among children and adolescents. So, we believe that it has chances to fly to the moon. cyber FundCybernetic economy report 2015 ✪✪✪ WOW Have So Much Chances >10k Assets created 37
  38. 38. Cybernetic economy report 2014 7 Achievements ➔ 31k bitcoins invested by 9k people ➔ From idea to 7 proof of concepts in one year ➔ IBM & Samsung commitments ➔ Protocol specification was published ➔ Vitalik Buterin won the World Technology Network award cyber • Fund Why Ethereum? ➔ Blockchain quasi turing complete scripting will make possible to run autonomously almost everything ➔ Mist browser with the built-in Appstore ➔ 12 second block time Launch 20 March 2015 cyber•Fund “Ethereum is similar to projects that make possible things described in sci-fi books. If it is timely delivered to the market, the big bang in the digital universe will happen.” ✪✪✪✪✪ To the moon Ethereum ETH Cybernetic economy report 2015 38
  39. 39. MaidSafe MAID cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 39 Achievements ➔ Crowdfunded $6m in bitcoins ➔ 2 testnets Why MaidSafe? ➔ New decentralized internet ➔ Self-encrypted data ➔ Self-authentication ➔ Automagic app monetization ➔ DDOS resistance ➔ Media streaming ➔ HDD mining aka Farming cyber•Fund “MaidSafe is a brilliant invention but it has been developing for 7 years and the launch date is still uncertain. Storj or Ethereum can crush them if dev team won’t meet time-to-market requirements.” ✪✪✪✪✪ To the moon Launch 2Q 2015 High uncertainty
  40. 40. Darkcoin DRK cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 40 Achievements ➔ From 0 to one of the most advanced networks in a year. Innovations ➔ Masternodes service network ➔ Instant and anonymous transactions ➔ Advanced mining: X11 and Dark Gravity Wave ➔ Smart soft-fork updates cyber • Fund “Fundamentally Darkcoin solves Bitcoin’ s problem of unmotivated nodes. When it was done, it became obvious that a bunch of innovative services could be developed and provided for a fee on top of that network. Darkcoin is in fact the most consistent network at the moment.” ✪✪✪ Have Chances 2300 Nodes Coinmarketcap listing February14, 2014 $9.7M Market Cap ↟ 14x 2014 growth
  41. 41. Gridcoin GRC cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2014 7 Achievements ➔ From idea to working implementation in one year ➔ 50+ BOINC projects whitelisted ➔ Reached Top 100 BOINC teams ➔ Gridcoin magnitude explorer ➔ Gridcoin Explorer and Charts Coinmarketcap listing February 20, 2014 cyber•Fund Gridcoin project revolutionizes existing science distributed computing right now. More usability and blockchain transparency will allow Gridcoin to fly to the moon. ✪✪✪ Have Chances $315k Market Cap ↟ 26% 2014 growth Gridcoin GRC cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 41 Why Gridcoin? ➔ Proof-of-Research algorithm allows to prove contributions towards BOINC - the biggest distributed computing science network with 68 active projects, 234k volunteers and 645k computers.
  42. 42. Why Storj? ➔ Decentralized Dropbox ➔ 10-100x cheaper than legacy storage providers ➔ Clear and focused value proposition ➔ Fast team behind Storj SJCX cyber • Fund 42 Achievements ➔ 900 bitcoins investments ➔ From idea to beta testing in one year cyber • Fund “Storj is exactly what the market needs right now. But it has the biggest hole, namely 91% of it is controlled by the founders that won’t work for good. If you buy it then we advise you to invest in MaidSafe and upcoming Filecoin.” ✪✪✪✪ Big future Launch 2Q 2015 Uncertainty Cybernetic economy report 2015
  43. 43. Reddcoin RDD cyber • Fund 43 Achievements ➔ From idea to working implementation in one year ➔ Top-5 by transactions: 4 tx per minute - 6 month average ➔ QT wallet redesigned ➔ Core tipping community established Innovations ➔ Proof-of-Stake Velocity algorithm Coinmarketcap listing February 10, 2014 $950k Market Cap ↟ 251% 2014 growth cyber•Fund “Reddcoin is designed like a decentralized tipping platform and it has significant advantages over centralized services like ChangeTip. It is an awesome opportunity if the declared features like ReddID, Proof-of-SocialAccounts, Tipping platform and HD web wallets will be implemented.” ✪✪✪ Have Chances Cybernetic economy report 2015
  44. 44. Peercoin PPC cyber • Fund 44 Achievements ➔ Peershares ➔ Peer4commit ➔ Peerbox ➔ 35 exchanges ➔ NuShares & NuBits Innovations ➔ Hybrid PoW & PoS algorithm has survived for more than 2 years already cyber•Fund “Peercoin is a great experimental playground supported by innovative community.” ✪✪✪ Have chances $13M Market Cap ↡ 88% 2014 drop 168k Transactions ↡ 13% 2014 drop Cybernetic economy report 2015
  45. 45. ➔ Proof-of-Capacity ➔ Turing complete scripting delivered ➔ NXT codebase Other DAOs cyber • Fund 45 Namecoin ➔ Egalitarian Proof-of- Work ➔ Unlinkable transactions ➔ Untraceable payments ➔ Blockchain analysis resistance Bytecoin Burst Node Stellar ➔ Proof-of-Activity ➔ Build with Node.js ➔ Blazingly fast ➔ Easy to build apps in JavaScript ➔ Code is still closed ➔ Ripple fork with active development ➔ Jed McCaleb ➔ Stripe ➔ 4 mln facebook regs ➔ Educative distribution ➔ Merged mining ➔ Decentralized names ➔ Working group of integrating .bit and . p2p top level domains to web standards ➔ OneName NEM ➔ Proof-of-Importance ➔ Written from scratch ➔ Community of 3k founders ➔ Not opened yet Cybernetic economy report 2015
  46. 46. Political Leaders cyber • Fund 46 Rick Falkvinge “Bitcoin represents a significant threat to the currency domination of the USA, which is the only thing propping up the nation’s status as a worldwide superpower.” Al Gore “I think the fact that within the Bitcoin universe an algorithm replaces the functions of [the government] … is actually pretty cool. I am a big fan of Bitcoin” Cybernetic economy report 2015 Julian Assange "Bitcoin actually has the balance and incentives right, and that is why it is starting to take off." Ron Paul “I understand the political ramifications of [bitcoins] and I think that government should stay out of them and they should be perfectly legal.”
  47. 47. DApps From 0 to 1 cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 47 $80M DApps Cap ↡ 9.31% 2014 drop 29 DApps Amount ↟ 29x 2014 growth “Decentralized Application industry will be the fastest growing industry on the planet for the next 10 years. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations like Bitcoin, Nxt, BitShares, MaidSafe and Ethereum are creating a new digital economy, cybereconomy, where they will be digital countries, with their own economies and DApps will be companies on top of them.” Konstantin Lomashuk, cyber•Fund creat0r.
  48. 48. What is DApp? cyber • Fund 48 Decentralized Application or DApp is an application built on top of some consensus protocol and satisfies the following criteria: Cybernetic economy report 2015 ➔ generate tokens according to a set of criteria ➔ could distribute tokens at the beginning of its operations ➔ tokens are necessary for the use of the application ➔ any contribution from the users is rewarded by payment in the application’s tokens ★ Open source ★ Decentralized ★ Autonomous Source code is open for everybody Data and records are cryptographically stored in a public, decentralized blockchain or distributed ledger Operate autonomously, with no entity controlling the majority of its tokens at the time of issue
  49. 49. Empty Decentralized Applications Space cyber • Fund 49 To the moon ✪✪✪✪✪ Have chances ✪✪✪ Operational Under construction Tokenof FutureDAO Big future ✪✪✪✪ Go to space! Fill the emptiness Cybernetic economy report 2015
  50. 50. DApps by Size cyber • Fund 50 An idea behind of Mastercoin spurred the creation of the universe of DApps 80M USD Cap ↡ 9.3% 2014 BTC drop 254 k BTC Cap ↟ 47% 2014 BTC growth Cybernetic economy report 2015 Source: cyber•Fund analysis
  51. 51. DApps by Rating cyber • Fund 51 Token of future DAOs Ethereum and MaidSafe ✪✪✪✪✪ 53% of Cap Lots of DApps have a chance to show positive development in 2015 Cybernetic economy report 2015 Source: cyber•Fund analysis
  52. 52. DApps by Protocols cyber • Fund 52 8 protocols have been appeared on top of DAOs infrastructure … and it is just the beginning Cybernetic economy report 2015 Source: cyber•Fund analysis
  53. 53. Amount of DApps by Protocols cyber • Fund 53 NXT is the fastest growing DApps platform Cybernetic economy report 2015 Source: cyber•Fund analysis
  54. 54. Entrepreneurs cyber • Fund 54 Pavel Durov You can compare bitcoins with gold, but rubles - not. Rubles are just pieces of paper and a little bit ink. Sir Richard Branson "Virgin Galactic is a bold entrepreneurial technology. It's driving a revolution and Bitcoin is doing just the same when it comes to inventing a new currency." Kim Dotcom “[Bitcoin] is a very exciting development, it might lead to a world currency. I think over the next decade it will grow to become one of the most important ways to pay for things and transfer assets.” Cybernetic economy report 2015
  55. 55. DApps Protocols cyber • Fund 55 Mark Andreessen If you have the [digital] money or the asset, you can pay with it; if you don’t, you can’t. This is brand new. This has never existed in digital form before. Obvious Total Addressable Markets: ➔ All public companies: $ 65 trillions ➔ All private companies: Unknown More than public ➔ Derivatives - $ 700 trillions From 0 to 1 in one year Fact / TAM ratio ~0.00001% Cybernetic economy report 2015 The opportunity that has never existed before
  56. 56. Digital Assets cyber • Fund 56 Old way New way Complicated system that relies on third parties ➔ High cost of issuance and offering >$50k ➔ No way to transfer outside middleman systems ➔ No possibility to control directly ➔ Jurisdiction dependency Elimination of the middleman ➔ Issuance cost - <$0.1. Initial public offering - free ➔ Transfer cost - 106 bits ➔ Direct full control of property from mobile and web ➔ Global from inception Source: An Architecture for the Internet of Money Cybernetic economy report 2015
  57. 57. Polymorphic Digital Assets cyber • Fund 57 Technically operational ★ BitUSD ★ Nubits not exact PDAsset Upcoming ★ BitCNY ★ BitBTC ★ BitEUR ★ BitGOLD ★ BitOIL ★ All blue chips Why polymorphic? Assets that morph value from cryptocurrency on which they could exist and track value of the real world assets through prediction markets Platforms ➔ BitShares ➔ NXT monetary system ➔ Nu Shares not exact PDAssets Benefits ➔ “Stable” cryptocurrencies ➔ More efficient profitable than traditional deposits ➔ Any real world stocks with benefits of Bitcoin ➔ Disruption of legacy finance institutions Cybernetic economy report 2015
  58. 58. Protoshares cyber • Fund 58 Protoshares are systems that distribute tokens that give investors an opportunity to benefit from the revenues in form of tokens of the future DACs and DApps Key adopters BitShares cyber•Shares Why sharedrop? ➔ Honor developers for using technology ➔ Precise and cheap targeting ➔ Almost zero cost involvement of high quality audience shareholders Why own protoshares? ➔ Guaranty share flow of future DACs and DApps ➔ Define yourself as part of audience ➔ Initial access to opportunities Disruptive business model • Open source monetization • Crowd self-organizing Disruptive for digital marketing • Disruptive for venture industry Protoshares comparison http://compare.cybershares.net Cybernetic economy report 2015
  59. 59. cyber • Shares cyber • Fund 59 Will be distributed to Ethereum, MaidSafe, BitShares, NXT and Counterparty holders. Developers and Investors who understand the technology. Ready to use digital asset distribution system for people who care Shares that can morph value into any DAC or DApp and inherit properties. First shares which traded on every decentralized exchange: ➔ Counterparty ➔ BitShares ➔ NXT asset exchange Shares which create industry of polymorphic decentralized apps 40k shareholders who will get all future DApps Smart Developers want to promote DApps to awesome audience automatically Investments Sharedrops Smart Investors want to get tokens of the all new disruptive DApps automatically Cybernetic economy report 2015
  60. 60. Financial Leaders cyber • Fund 60 David Marcus "I really like Bitcoin. I own Bitcoins. It's a store of value, a distributed ledger. It's a great place to put assets, especially in places like Argentina with 40 percent inflation, where $1 today is worth 60 cents in a year, and a government's currency does not hold value. It's also a good investment vehicle if you have an appetite for risk. But it won't be a currency until volatility slows down." Ben Bernanke “[Virtual Currencies] may hold long-term promise, particularly if the innovations promote a faster, more secure and more efficient payment system.” Cybernetic economy report 2015
  61. 61. Technology Adoption cyber • Fund 61 “If operations and transactions could be made more efficient, they would be. DAOs and DApps will enable the creation of the new economy. There are lots of processes that could be automated and become more transparent and that could lead to huge efficiency gains and cost reductions. As soon as corporations start using DAOs, DApps, there would be no way to the world that existed before.” Marina Guryeva, cyber•Fund investment interpreter Cybernetic economy report 2015
  62. 62. 2015 Opportunities cyber • Fund 62 ➔ Next milestone for Bitcoin > 10 mln adopted ➔ Widespread Bitcoin acceptance e-commerce and freelancers ➔ ICO for classic, local businesses >1k ICO ➔ 2x returns from fiat deposits to PDAssets more reliable than the Swiss franc ➔ ATM network scaling > 10k ATMs ➔ Ubiquitous DApps development >1k DApps ➔ Cyberlaw: from geeks to early adopters smart contracts ➔ Beginning of the venture boom similar to dotcom one ~ $5 bln ➔ Start of experimental transformations of the local communities (small islands, autonomous regions, unbanked but educated) Cybernetic economy report 2015
  63. 63. About FinTech cyber • Fund 63 Open your eyes! #fintech is not about that Source: Venture Scanner Cybernetic economy report 2015
  64. 64. Awakeness cyber • Fund 64 This is what #fintech is about Cybernetic economy report 2015
  65. 65. Disruption “As It Is” clickable WTF! Difference? cyber • Fund 65 Source: Venture Scanner Retail Artificial Intelligence Internet of Things Marketing Automation Digital Health 3D Printing Connected cars FinTech Bitcoin - Inconsistent - Fragmented - Incomplete Cybernetic economy report 2015
  66. 66. Disruption “To Be” cyber • Fund 66 Retail Narrow IntelligenceInternet of Things Marketing Automation Digital Health 3D Printing Connected Cars FinTech Cybernetic economy report 2015
  67. 67. What Is Possible Right Now? click to understand cyber • Fund 67 Internet of Money Internet of Autonomous Things Autonomous Agents Custom Blockchains Motivated Meshnets Monetary SystemsFree Markets Hybryd consensus algorithms Programmable Societies Reputation Systems Smart Contracts Multisig Template DAOs Template DApps Protocols invention Asset Distribution Systems True Crowdfunding Cybernetic economy report 2015
  68. 68. Idea box How Is It Possible Right Now? click to explore the code cyber • Fund 68Cybernetic economy report 2015
  69. 69. It is time to change cyber • FundCybernetic economy report 2015 69 “Bitcoin has allowed people to manage their own property without intermediaries. Efficient, dynamic and growing infrastructure for the property management has been built in 5 years by Bitcoin community whereas it took centuries to build something similar in the past. Imagine what could be built in the next 5 years on this foundation. Decentralization, transparency and efficiency intrinsic to DAOs, DApps would change the world forever!” Vitaly Lvov, cyber•Fund cybermonetrist
  70. 70. Vision 2025 cyber • Fund 70 >7B people Human Adoption Almost everybody >100B devices Robots Adoption Everybody ~10B Autonomous Intelligent Entities New living form ~1 quadrillion USD USD Valuation Global Economy Implications ➔ Society paradigm shift: 1 DPU ➔ Disruption of existing politics and religion ➔ New evolution step: Homo Evolutis <= cyborgs? => Cybernetic economy report 2015
  71. 71. Smile cyber • Fund 71Cybernetic economy report 2015
  72. 72. Eric Schmidt “Bitcoin is a remarkable cryptographic achievement and the ability to create something that is not duplicable in the digital world has enormous value.” Satoshi Nakomoto “With e-currency based on cryptographic proof, without the need to trust a third party middleman, money can be secure and transactions effortless.” Barack Obama [Eric!] “Is Bitcoin anything I have to worry about?” cyber • Fund Some historical fun? Cybernetic economy report 2015 72Cybernetic economy report 2015
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