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You are not eligible and you are not to purchase any VARcoins in the  VARcrypt Utility Cryptocurrency Crowdsale Event (as referred here or  in the VARcrypt Whitepaper at www.varcrypt.io) if you are a citizen,  resident (tax or otherwise) of the United States of America or  permanent resident of any jurisdiction that deems utility  cryptocurrency purchases or crowdsales to be unlawful.  

This Token Sale Agreement (this “Agreement”) is made as  of the April 2, 2018 (the “Effective Date”) and contains the  terms and conditions that govern your purchase of  VARcoin (“VAR” or “VARcoins”) generated and distributed  on VARcrypt (the “Project”) and is an agreement between  you or the entity that you represent (“Buyer” or “you”) and  VARcrypt LTD, a corporation (together with its affiliates,  “Company”). Buyer and Company are herein referred to  individually as a “Party” and collectively, as the “Parties.”     

In consideration of the mutual representations, warranties  and agreements contained in this Agreement, and for  other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and  sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, Company  and Buyer agree as follows:   

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: PLEASE READ  THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY AND IN ITS  ENTIRETY​:   

 

1. PURCHASE OF VAR ARE NON-REFUNDABLE  AND CANNOT BE CANCELLED     2. BUYER MAY LOSE ALL AMOUNTS PAID.  

 

3. VAR MAY HAVE NO VALUE AND SHOULD NOT  BE PURCHASED ON THE BASIS THAT VAR WILL  INCREASE IN VALUE.  

 

4. COMPANY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE  OR CANCEL VAR PURCHASE REQUESTS AT ANY  TIME IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION.  

 

5. PURCHASERS WHO PURCHASED VAR  EARLIER THAN YOU MAY RECEIVE MORE VAR  FOR THE AMOUNT PAID.   

 

6. VAR OWNERSHIP DOES NOT ENTITLE  HOLDERS TO ANY INFLUENCE IN THE  OPERATIONS OR DIRECTION OF THE COMPANY.  

 

7. NO PERSON IS BOUND TO ENTER INTO ANY  CONTRACT OR BINDING LEGAL COMMITMENT IN  RELATION TO THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF VAR  AND NO CRYPTOCURRENCY OR OTHER FORM  OF PAYMENT IS TO BE ACCEPTED ON THE  BASIS OF THE VARCRYPT WHITEPAPER.  

 

8. YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE AND YOU ARE NOT TO  PURCHASE ANY VARCOINS IN THE VARCRYPT UTILITY CRYPTOCURRENCY CROWDSALE  EVENT (AS REFERRED HERE OR IN VARCRYPT  WHITEPAPER AT WWW.VARCRYPT.IO) IF YOU  ARE A CITIZEN, RESIDENT (TAX OR OTHERWISE)  OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA OR  PERMANENT RESIDENT OF ANY JURISDICTION  THAT DEEMS UTILITY CRYPTOCURRENCY  PURCHASES OR CROWDSALES TO BE  UNLAWFUL.  

 

9. NO REGULATORY AUTHORITY HAS EXAMINED  OR APPROVED OF ANY OF THIS INFORMATION.  NO SUCH ACTION HAS BEEN OR WILL BE TAKEN  UNDER THE LAWS, REGULATORY  REQUIREMENTS OR RULES OF ANY  JURISDICTION.  

 

10. THE PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION OR  DISSEMINATION OF THIS INFORMATION DOES  NOT IMPLY THAT THE APPLICABLE LAWS,  REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS OR RULES HAVE  BEEN COMPLIED WITH.   

 

1. ACCEPTANCE OF AGREEMENT  AND  PURCHASE OF VAR 

 

1.1 ​Prospective purchasers of VAR should  carefully consider and evaluate all risks and  uncertainties associated with the VARcrypt LTD, it’s respective businesses and operations,  VARcoin, and the VARcrypt Utility  Cryptocurrency Crowdsale Event, and all  information prior to any purchase of VAR. If any  such risks or uncertainties develop into actual  events, the business, financial condition, results  of operations and prospects of VARcrypt could  be materially and adversely affected. 

 

2.VARcoin DISTRIBUTION 

 

2.1 Allocation and Distribution of VAR. 

 

2.1.1 Company Obligations. Company shall  allocate and distribute VAR (the “Token  Distribution”) to buyers thereof using the  KICKICO Platform at www.kickico.com.  Company shall, from time to time, provide on the  corporate Website at ​www.varcrypt.io​ and  www.varcoin.io​ procedures and other  instructions for purchasing VAR.  

 

2.1.2 Buyer Obligations. Buyer shall follow the  procedures set forth by Company at  www.varcrypt.io​, www.varcoin.io and  KICKICO.com for purchasing VAR. As a  condition precedent to any sale by Company of any VAR, Buyer shall provide an accurate digital  wallet address to Company and extend to  Company for receipt of any VAR distributed to  Buyer through the KICKICO platform.    2.2 Allocation and Sale of VAR to Company  Parties. Buyer consents to the participation of  Company’s past, present and future employees,  officers, directors, contractors, consultants,  equity holders, suppliers, vendors and service  providers in the purchase of VAR, including  people who may work on the development and  implementation of the Project or who may work  for Company’s future businesses that Company  may establish with a portion of the proceeds  from the Token Distribution (such parties,  “Company Parties”).  

 

2.3 Sources and Uses of Funds 

 

2.3.1 Use of Funds.VARcrypt Ltd (“VARcrypt”),  will deploy the proceeds of the sale of VAR to  fund VARcrypt’s cryptocurrency and blockchain  project, businesses and operations. VAR is a  product of VARcrypt LTD and are being sold as a  product and are not an equity or debt instrument  and all sales of VAR are non-refundable. 

 

2.3.2 Buyer shall not use VAR to finance, engage  in, or otherwise support any unlawful activities.     

2.3.3 Payments. All payments by Buyer under  this Agreement shall be made only in Buyer’s  name, from a digital wallet or bank account not  located in a country or territory that has been  designated as a “non-cooperative country or  territory” by the Financial Action Task Force, and  is not a “foreign shell bank” within the meaning  of the U.S. Bank Secrecy Act (31 U.S.C. § 5311  et seq.), as amended, and the regulations  promulgated thereunder by the Financial Crimes  Enforcement Network, as such regulations may  be amended from time to time.  

 

2.3.4 Anti-Money Laundering; Counter-Terrorism  Financing. To the extent required by applicable  law, Buyer shall comply with all anti-money  laundering and counter- terrorism financing  requirements.    

2.4 Transfers 

 

2.4.1 Transfer fees. Buyer agrees that any  transfer  of VAR may be subject to transfer fees  imposed by Company from time to time  through KICKICO.com .  

 

2.4.2 Transfer Restrictions. Buyer agrees that  Company may place limitations on the  transferability of VAR through the ​KICKICO.com  platform. 

 

3. NO OTHER RIGHTS CREATED 

 

3.1 ​No Claim, Loan or Ownership Interest. The  purchase of VAR:(i) shall not provide Buyer with  rights of any form with respect to Company or its  revenues or assets, including, but not limited to,  any voting, distribution, redemption, liquidation,  proprietary (including all forms of intellectual  property), or other financial or legal rights; (ii)  shall not be deemed to be a loan to Company;  and (iii) shall not provide Buyer with any  ownership or other interest in Company.  

 

3.2 Intellectual Property. Company shall retain all  right, title and interest in all of Company’s  intellectual property, including, without limitation,  inventions, ideas, concepts, code, discoveries,  processes, marks, methods, software,  compositions, formulae, techniques, information  and data, whether or not patentable,  copyrightable or protectable in trademark, and any trademarks, copyright or patents based  thereon. Buyer shall not use any of Company’s  intellectual property for any reason without  Company’s prior written consent. 

 

4. ​SECURITY AND DATA; TAXES AND  FEES    

4.1 Security and Data Privacy.     

4.1.1 Buyer’s Security. Buyer shall implement  reasonable and appropriate measures designed  to secure access to: (i) any device associated  with Buyer and utilized in connection with  Buyer’s purchase of VAR; (ii) private keys to  Buyer’s wallet or account; and (iii) any other  username, passwords or other login or  identifying credentials. In the event that Buyer is  no longer in possession of Buyer’s private keys  or any device associated with Buyer’s account or  is not able to provide Buyer’s login or identifying  credentials, Buyer acknowledges and  understands that it may lose all of its VAR or  access to its account. In such event, Company  shall be under no obligation to recover any VAR  and Buyer acknowledges, understands and  agrees that all purchases of VAR are non-refundable and Buyer shall not receive  money or other compensation for any VAR that  was purchased.  

 

4.1.2 Additional Information. Upon KICKICO’s  request, Buyer shall immediately provide to  KICKICO information and documents that  KICKICO, in it’s sole discretion, deems  necessary or appropriate to comply with any  laws, regulations, rules or agreements, KYC  (Know Your Customer), AML (anti-money  laundering) including without limitation judicial  process. Such documents include, but are not  limited to, passports, driver’s licenses, utility  bills, photographs of associated individuals,  government identification cards or sworn  statements. Buyer hereby consents to Company  and KICKICO disclosing such information and  documents in order to comply with applicable  laws, regulations, rules or agreements. Company  and KICKCIO may, in its sole discretion, refuse  to distribute VAR to Buyer until such requested  information is provided.    

4.2 Taxes. Buyer shall be solely responsible for  compliance with any tax obligations arising from  the purchase or receipt of VAR. Company shall  bear no liability or responsibility with respect to any tax obligation of Buyer in respect of the  purchase and receipt of any VAR. 

 

5. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES   

5.1 ​Buyer Representations and Warranties.  Buyer represents and warrants to Company that  as of the Effective Date Buyer has all requisite  power and authority to execute and deliver this  Agreement, to purchase VAR, and to carry out  and perform its obligations under this Agreement  and is not a citizen, resident (tax or otherwise) or  green card holder of the United States of  America. (i) If an individual, Buyer is at least 18  years old and of sufficient legal age and capacity  to purchase VAR. (ii) If a legal person, Buyer is  duly organized, validly existing and in good  standing under the laws of its domiciliary  jurisdiction and each jurisdiction where it  conducts business.  

 

5.2 Purchase Entirely for Own Account. This  Agreement is made with Buyer in reliance upon  Buyer’s representation to the Company, which  by Buyer’s execution of this Agreement, Buyer  hereby confirms, that the VAR to be acquired by  Buyer will be acquired by the Buyer directly, not as a nominee or agent, and not with a view to  the resale or distribution of any part thereof, and  that Buyer has no present intention of selling,  granting any participation in, or otherwise  distributing the same. By executing this  Agreement, Buyer further represents that Buyer  does not presently have any contract,  undertaking, agreement or arrangement with any  individual, corporation, partnership, trust, limited  liability company, association or other entity  (“Person”) to sell, transfer or grant participations  to such Person or to any third Person, with  respect to any of the VAR. Buyer has not been  formed for the specific purpose of acquiring the  VAR.  

 

5.3 Disclosure of Information. Buyer has had an  opportunity to read the Company’s white paper  at ​www.varcrypt.io​ and review the business,  management, and the terms and conditions of  the VARcrypt Cryptocurrency Utility Crowdsale  and is purchasing VAR based on Buyers own  due diligence.  Buyer understands and  acknowledges that VAR is a product of the  Company and all purchases of VAR are  non-fundable. 

 

5.4 No Conflict. The execution, delivery and  performance of this Agreement will not result in  any violation of, be in conflict with, or constitute  a material default under, with or without the  passage of time or the giving of notice: (i) any  provision of Buyer’s organizational documents, if  applicable; (ii) any provision of any judgment,  decree or order to which Buyer is a party, by  which it is bound, or to which any of its material  assets are subject; (iii) any material agreement,  obligation, duty or commitment to which Buyer is  a party or by which it is bound; or (iv) any laws,  regulations or rules applicable to Buyer.  

 

5.5 No Consents or Approvals. The execution  and delivery of, and performance under, this  Agreement requires no approval or other action  from any governmental authority or person other  than Buyer.  

 

5.6 No Public Market. Buyer understands that no  public market now exists for the VAR, and that  the Company has made no assurances that a  public market will ever exist for the VAR.   

 

5.7 No United States Persons.  Buyer  represents and warrants that Buyer is not a  United States person (as defined by Section 7701(a)(30) of the Code, a “Non-U.S.  Person”), Buyer hereby represents that it  has satisfied itself as to the full observance  of the laws of its jurisdiction in connection  with any invitation to purchase the VAR or  any use of this Agreement, including (i) the  legal requirements within its jurisdiction for  the purchase of the VAR, (ii) any foreign  exchange restrictions applicable to such  purchase, (iii) any governmental or other  consents that may need to be obtained, and  (iv) the income tax and other tax  consequences, if any, that may be relevant  to the purchase, holding, redemption, sale,  or transfer of the VAR. Buyer’s subscription  and payment for and continued beneficial  ownership of the VAR will not violate any  applicable securities or other laws of  Buyer’s jurisdiction. Buyer represents that it  is a Non-U.S. Person, Buyer represents,  warrants and undertakes that neither it, its  affiliates (as defined in Regulation 501 under  the Securities Act), nor any persons acting  on its or their behalf has engaged or will  engage in any directed selling efforts (as defined in Regulation S) with respect to this  Agreement and the VAR. 

 

5.8 No General Solicitation. Neither Buyer,  nor any of its officers, directors, employees,  agents, stockholders or partners has either  directly or indirectly, including, through a  broker or finder (a) engaged in any general  solicitation, or (b) published any  advertisement in connection with the offer  and sale of the VAR.  

 

5.9 Exculpation Among Purchasers. Buyer  acknowledges that it is not relying upon any  Person, other than the Company and its  officers and directors, in making its  investment or decision to invest in the  Company.  

 

5.10 Buyer Status. Buyer is not subject to  any of the disqualifying events listed in Rule  506(d)(1) of Regulation D under the  Securities Act of 1933 (a “Buyer Event”),  and there is no proceeding or investigation  pending or, to the knowledge of Buyer,  threatened by any governmental authority, that would reasonably be expected to  become the basis for a Buyer Event.  

 

5.11 Buyer Knowledge and Risks of Project.  Buyer has sufficient knowledge and  experience in business and financial  matters, including a sufficient  understanding of blockchain or  cryptographic VAR and other digital assets,  smart contracts, storage mechanisms (such  as digital or token wallets),  blockchain-based software systems and  blockchain technology, to be able to  evaluate the risks and merits of Buyer’s  purchase of VAR, including but not limited,  to the matters set forth in this Agreement,  and is able to bear the risks thereof,  including loss of all amounts paid, loss of  VAR, and liability to the Company Parties  and others for the acts and omissions of  Buyer, including with limitation those  constituting breach of this Agreement,  negligence, fraud or willful misconduct.  Buyer has obtained sufficient information in  order to make an informed decision to  purchase VAR.  

 

5.12 Funds; Payments. The funds, including  any virtual currency or cryptocurrency,  Buyer uses to purchase VAR are not derived  from or related to any unlawful activities,  including but not limited to money  laundering or terrorist financing.  

 

5.13 Restricted Securities. Buyer  understands that the VAR are not available  to Citizens, Residents (tax or otherwise) or  green card holders of the United States of  America and have not been, and will not be,  registered under the Securities Act, by  reason of a specific exemption from the  registration provisions of the Securities Act  which depends upon, among other things,  the bona fide nature of the investment intent  and the accuracy of the Buyer’s  representations as expressed herein. Buyer  understands that the VAR may be  construed as “restricted securities” under  applicable U.S. federal and state securities  laws and that, pursuant to these laws,  Buyer must hold the VAR indefinitely unless  they are registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and qualified by  state authorities, or an exemption from such  registration and qualification requirements is  available. Buyer acknowledges that the  Company has no obligation to register or  qualify the VAR for resale. Buyer further  acknowledges that if an exemption from  registration or qualification is available, it  may be conditioned on various  requirements including, but not limited to,  the time and manner of sale, the holding  period for the VAR, and on requirements  relating to the Company which are outside  of Buyer’s control, and which the Company  is under no obligation and may not be able  to satisfy.  

 

5.14 Anti-Money Laundering;  Counter-Terrorism Financing. To the extent  required by applicable law, Buyer has  complied with all anti-money laundering and  counter- terrorism financing requirements.  

 

5.15 Sanctions Compliance. Neither Buyer,  nor any person having a direct or indirect  beneficial interest in Buyer or VAR being acquired by Buyer, or any person for whom  Buyer is acting as agent or nominee in  connection with VAR, is the subject of  sanctions administered or enforced by any  country or government (collectively,  “Sanctions”) or is organized or resident in a  country or territory that is the subject of  country-wide or territory-wide Sanctions. 

 

6. No Company Representations or  Warranties. 

 

6.1 COMPANY EXPRESSLY  DISCLAIMS ALL REPRESENTATIONS  AND WARRANTIES, EXPRESS,  IMPLIED OR STATUTORY. WITH  RESPECT TO THE VAR, THEIR UTILITY  AND THE ABILITY OF ANYONE TO  PURCHASE OR USE THE VAR,  COMPANY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS  ANY REPRESENTATION OR  WARRANTY, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR  STATUTORY, INCLUDING WITHOUT  LIMITATION, ANY REPRESENTATIONS  OR WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT,  MERCHANTABILITY, USAGE,  SUITABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY  PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR AS TO  THE WORKMANSHIP OR TECHNICAL  CODING THEREOF, OR THE ABSENCE  OF ANY DEFECTS THEREIN,  WHETHER LATENT OR PATENT.  COMPANY PARTIES DISCLAIM ALL  REPRESENTATIONS AND  WARRANTIES THAT THE PROCESS OF  PURCHASING OR RECEIVING THE  VAR WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR  ERROR-FREE, OR THAT THE VAR ARE  RELIABLE OR ERROR-FREE. 

 

7. BUYER ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND  CONSENTS 

 

7.1 Agreement. Buyer acknowledges and  understands that Buyer has read in full and  understands this Agreement and the terms  and conditions to which Buyer is bound.  

 

7.2 Whitepaper. Buyer acknowledges and  understands that it has read and  understands the VARcrypt Whitepaper  which can be reviewed and found at  www.varcrypt.io.  

 

7.3 Token Sale Agreement. Buyer  acknowledges and understands that it has  read, understands and agrees to the terms  of this Token Sale Agreement.  

 

7.4 Procedures for Purchase. By purchasing  VAR, Buyer acknowledges, understands the  procedures set forth on the ​KICKICO.com  Website for purchasing VAR. Buyer  acknowledges and understands that: (a)  failure to use the ​KICKICO.com​ Website  and follow such procedures will result in  Buyer’s failure to receive VAR and (b) Buyer  will lose some or all of the amounts paid for  VAR and (c) the receipt or purchase of VAR  through any other means is not sanctioned  or agreed to in any way by Company.  

 

7.5 Company’s Use of Proceeds. Buyer  acknowledges and understands that the proceeds from the sale of the VAR may be  utilized by Company in its sole discretion,  as described in the Whitepaper.  

 

7.6 Transaction Fees. Buyer acknowledges  and understands that any transactions in  the VAR effected using the KICKICO  platform may be subject to transaction fees  payable, which may vary from time to time.  

 

7.7 Not an Offering of Investment,  Securities, Commodities, or Swaps. Buyer  acknowledges and understands that: (a) the  sale of VAR and the VAR themselves are not  investments, currencies, securities,  commodities, swaps on a currency, security  or commodity, or a financial asset or  instrument of any kind; (b) purchases and  sales of VAR are not subject to the  protections of any laws governing those  types of financial instruments; and (c) this  Agreement and all other documents referred  to in this Agreement, including the  Whitepaper, do not constitute a prospectus  or offering document, and are not an offer  to sell, nor the solicitation of an offer to buy an investment, a currency, a security,  commodity, or a swap on either a security  or commodity or a financial asset or  instrument of any kind. 

 

8. ​BUYER ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS OF  RISKS VAR MAY HAVE NO VALUE.  BUYER MAY LOSE ALL AMOUNTS  PAID.  

 

8.1 Buyer has carefully reviewed,  acknowledges, understands and assumes  the following risks, as well as all other risks  associated with the VAR (including those  not discussed herein), all of which could  render the VAR worthless or of little value:   

 

8.2 Basis for Purchase. Purchasing VAR is  at Buyer’s sole risk and that the VAR are  each provided, used and acquired on an  “AS IS” and on an “AS AVAILABLE” basis  without representations, warranties,  promises or guarantees whatsoever of any kind by Company. Buyer must rely on its  own examination and investigation thereof.  

 

8.3 No Rights, Functionality or Features.  VAR have no rights, uses, purpose,  attributes, functionalities or features,  express or implied, outside the Project.  

 

8.4 Project. VAR may not be usable on the  Project and do not entitle Buyer to anything  with respect to the Project.  

 

8.5 Purchase Price Risk. There are no  guarantees as to the price of VAR  purchased by Buyer and no guarantees that  the price per VAR determined by the market  will be equal to or higher. There is the  possibility that the price per VAR may fall  below the price paid by buyers of VAR  during the beginning of the distribution  period. Company reserves the right to  change the duration of any time frame for  the distribution of VAR, including, without  limitation, the unavailability or  non-functionality of the Website or other  unforeseen procedural or security issues.  

 

8.6 Blockchain Delay Risk. On the VARcrypt  blockchain, transactions may not be  recorded in the last-closed ledger until the  transaction has been ratified through the  VARcrypt blockchain netword. Timing of  ratification may occur at random times. For  example, VAR transfers in a given open  ledger may not be included in the next  last-closed ledger, and may be included in  the candidate set for the beginning of the  consensus process on the next open  ledger. As a result, the last-closed ledger  may not include Buyer’s transaction at the  time Buyer expects and Buyer may not  receive VAR on the same day Buyer  purchases the VAR. Transactions on the  VARcrypt blockchain may be delayed or lost  due to operational error or malicious attacks  by third parties. Buyer acknowledges and  understands that the last-closed ledger may  not include Buyer’s transaction when Buyer  wants or expects and that Buyer’s  transaction may be excluded or discarded  entirely.  

  

8.7 Operational Error. Buyer may never  receive VAR and may lose the entire amount  Buyer paid to Company for such VAR as a  result of interruptions and operational errors  in the process of purchasing or receiving  the VAR.  

 

8.8 Ability to Transact or Resell. Buyer may  be unable to sell or otherwise transact in  VAR at any time, or for the price Buyer paid  due to (a) diminution in value of the VAR; (b)  lack of liquidity for the VAR; or (c) Company  imposing restricts on the transferability of  the VAR.  

 

8.9 VAR Security. VAR may be subject to  expropriation and or/theft. Hackers or other  malicious groups or organizations may  attempt to interfere with the the VAR in a  variety of ways, including, but not limited to,  malware attacks, denial of service attacks,  consensus-based attacks, Sybil attacks,  smurfing and spoofing. Furthermore,  because the VARcrypt Protocol rests on  open source software and VAR are based  on open source software, there is the risk that the VARcrypt protocol may contain  intentional or unintentional bugs or  weaknesses which may negatively affect  the VAR or result in the loss of Buyer’s VAR,  the loss of Buyer’s ability to access or  control Buyer’s VAR or the loss of any other  assets in Buyer’s account. In the event of  such a software bug or weakness, there  may be no remedy and holders of VAR are  not guaranteed any remedy, refund or  compensation.  

 

8.10 Access to Private Keys. VAR  purchased by Buyer may be held by Buyer  in VARcoin’s digital wallet or vault, which  requires a private key, or a combination of  private keys, for access. Accordingly, loss  of requisite private key(s) associated with  Buyer’s digital wallet or vault storing VAR  may result in loss of such VAR, access to  Buyer’s VAR balance or any balances in  blockchains created by third parties.  Moreover, any third party that gains access  to such private key(s), including by gaining  access to login credentials of a hosted  wallet or vault service Buyer uses, may be able to misappropriate Buyer’s VAR.  Company is not responsible for any such  losses.  

 

8.11 New Technology. The Project and all of  the matters set forth in the Whitepaper are  new and untested. The Project might not be  capable of completion, implementation or  adoption. Even if the Project is completed,  implemented and adopted, it might not  function as intended, and any VAR  associated with a blockchain adopting the  Project may not have functionality that is  desirable or valuable. Also, technology is  changing rapidly, so the VAR and the  Project may become outdated.  

 

8.12 Tax Consequences. The purchase and  receipt of VAR may have tax consequences  for Buyer. Buyer is solely responsible for  Buyer’s compliance with Buyer’s tax  obligations. Reliance on Third-Parties. Even  if completed, the Project may rely, in whole  or partly, on third parties to adopt and  implement it and to continue to develop,  supply, and otherwise support it. There is no assurance or guarantee that those third  parties will complete their work, properly  carry out their obligations, or otherwise  meet anyone’s needs, all of might have a  material adverse effect on the Project.  

 

8.13 Failure to Map a Public Key to Buyer’s  Account. Failure of Buyer to map a public  key to Buyer’s account may result in third  parties being unable to recognize or send  VAR to a Buyer’s VARcoin wallet on the  VARcrypt blockchain. 

 

8.14 Exchange & Counterparty Risks. If  Buyer chooses to maintain or hold VAR  through a third party, Buyer’s VAR may be  stolen or lost. In addition, third parties may  not recognize Buyer’s claim to any  derivative VAR if and when launched by  third parties according to the distribution  rules set in the Project. Buyer holds VAR  through a third party at Buyer’s own and  sole risk.  

 

8.15 Changes to the Project. The Project is  still under development and may undergo significant changes over time. Although  Company intends for the Project to have the  features and specifications set forth in the  Whitepaper, Company may make changes  to such features and specifications for any  number of reasons, any of which may mean  that the Project does not meet Buyer’s  expectations. As a result: (a) the Project  may never be completed; (b) the Project  may not be completed as initially proposed  by Company, and in a different or modified  form; (c) a blockchain utilizing or adopting  features of the Project may ever be  launched; and (d) a blockchain may never  be launched with or without changes to the  Project.  

 

8.16 Project Completion. The development  of the Project may be abandoned for a  number of reasons, including, but not  limited to, lack of interest from the public,  lack of funding, lack of commercial success  or prospects, or departure of key personnel.  

 

8.17 Lack of Interest. Even if the Project is  finished, launched and adopted, the ongoing success of the Project relies on the  interest and participation of third parties.  There can be no assurance or guarantee  that there will be sufficient interest or  participation in the Project.  

 

8.18 Uncertain Regulatory Framework. The  regulatory status of cryptographic VAR,  digital assets and blockchain technology is  unclear or unsettled in many jurisdictions. It  is difficult to predict how or whether  governmental authorities may regulate such  technologies. It is likewise difficult to predict  how or whether any governmental authority  may make changes to existing laws,  regulations or rules that may affect  cryptographic tokens, digital assets,  blockchain technology and its applications.  Such changes could negatively impact VAR  in various ways, including, for example,  through a determination that VAR are  regulated financial instruments that require  registration. Company may cease the  distribution of VAR, the development of the  Project or cease operations in a jurisdiction  in the event that governmental actions make it unlawful or commercially undesirable to  continue to do so.  

 

8.19 Risk of Government Action. The  industry in which the Company operates is  new, and may be subject to heightened  oversight and scrutiny, including  investigations or enforcement actions.  There can be no assurance that  governmental authorities will not examine  the operations of Company or pursue  enforcement actions against Company.  Such governmental activities may or may  not be the result of targeting Company in  particular. All of this may subject Company  to judgments, settlements, fines or  penalties, or cause Company to restructure  its operations and activities or to cease  offering certain products or services, all of  which could harm Company’s reputation or  lead to higher operational costs, which may  in turn have a material adverse effect on the  VAR or the development of the Project. 

 

9. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY;  INDEMNIFICATION 

 

9.1 Limitation of Liability. To the fullest extent  permitted by applicable law, Buyer disclaims  any right or cause of action against Company of  any kind in any jurisdiction that would give rise  to any Damages whatsoever, on the part of  Company. Company shall not be liable to Buyer  for any type of damages, whether direct,  indirect, incidental, special, punitive,  consequential or exemplary (including damages  for lost profits, goodwill, opportunity cost, or  use or data), even if and notwithstanding the  extent to which Company has been advised of  the possibility of such damages. Buyer agrees  not to seek any refund, compensation or  reimbursement from a Company Party,  regardless of the reason, and regardless of  whether the reason is identified in this  Agreement. Company is not and shall not be  responsible for or liable for the market value of  VAR, the transferability or liquidity of VAR or the  availability of any market for VAR through third  parties or otherwise.   

 

9.2 Damages. Under no circumstances shall the  aggregate joint liability of the Company Parties,  whether in contract, warrant, tort or other  theory, for Damages to Buyer under this  Agreement exceed the amount received by  Company from Buyer.  

 

9.3 Force Majeure. Buyer understands and  agrees that Company shall not be liable and  disclaims all liability to Buyer in connection with  any force majeure event, including acts of God,  labor disputes or other industrial disturbances,  electrical, telecommunications, hardware,  software or other utility failures, software or  smart contract bugs or weaknesses,  earthquakes, storms, or other nature-related  events, blockages, embargoes, riots, acts or  orders of government, acts of terrorism or war,  technological change, changes in interest rates  or other monetary conditions, and, for the  avoidance of doubt, changes to any  blockchain-related protocol.  

 

9.4 Release. To the fullest extent permitted by  applicable law, Buyer releases Company from responsibility, liability, claims, demands, or  damages of every kind and nature, known and  unknown (including, but not limited to, claims of  negligence), arising out of or related to disputes  between Buyer and the acts or omissions of  third parties.  

 

9.5 Indemnification.To the fullest extent  permitted by applicable law, Buyer shall  indemnify, defend and hold harmless and  reimburse Company from and against any and  all actions, proceedings, claims, damages,  demands and actions (including without  limitation fees and expenses of counsel),  incurred by Company arising from or relating to:  (i) Buyer’s purchase or use of VAR; (ii) Buyer’s  responsibilities or obligations under this  Agreement; (iii) Buyer’s breach of or violation of  this Agreement; (iv) any inaccuracy in any  representation or warranty of Buyer; (v) Buyer’s  violation of any rights of any other person or  entity; or (vi) any act or omission of Buyer that is  negligent, unlawful or constitutes willful  misconduct. Company reserves the right to  exercise sole control over the defense, at  Buyer’s expense, of any claim subject to indemnification under this Section (insert  section number). This indemnity is in addition  to, and not in lieu of, any other indemnities set  forth in a written agreement between Buyer and  Company. 

   

10. DISPUTE RESOLUTION 

 

10.1 Informal Dispute Resolution. Buyer and  Company shall cooperate in good faith to  resolve any dispute, controversy or claim arising  out of, relating to or in connection with this  Agreement, including with respect to the  formation, applicability, breach, termination,  validity or enforceability thereof (a “Dispute”). If  the Parties are unable to resolve a Dispute  within ninety (90) days of notice of such Dispute  being received by all Parties, such Dispute shall  be finally settled by Binding Arbitration as  defined in Section 9.2 below.  

 

10.2 Binding Arbitration. Any Dispute not  resolved within 90 days as set forth in Section ___ shall be referred to and finally resolved by  arbitration under the rules of conflict resolution  service in St. Kitts and Nevis in effect at the  time of the arbitration, except as they may be  modified herein or by mutual agreement of the  Parties. The number of arbitrators shall be one  who shall be selected by Company. The seat, or  legal place, of arbitration shall be The  Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis. The  language to be used in the arbitral proceedings  shall be English. The governing law of the  Agreement shall be as set forth in Section ___  herein. The arbitration award shall be final and  binding on the Parties (“Binding Arbitration”).  The Parties undertake to carry out any award  without delay and waive their right to any form  of recourse insofar as such waiver can validly  be made. Judgment upon the award may be  entered by any court having jurisdiction thereof  or having jurisdiction over the relevant Party or  its assets. Company and Buyer shall be  responsible for their respective attorneys’ fees  and expenses.  

 

10.3 No Class Arbitrations, Class Actions or  Representative Actions. Any dispute arising out of or related to this Agreement is personal to  Buyer and Company and shall not be brought  as a class arbitration, class action or any other  type of representative proceeding. There shall  be no class arbitration or arbitration in which an  individual attempts to resolve a dispute as a  representative of another individual or group of  individuals. Further, a dispute cannot be  brought as a class or other type of  representative action, whether within or outside  of arbitration, or on behalf of any other  individual or group of individuals. 

   

11. MISCELLANEOUS 

 

11.1 Governing Law and Venue. This Agreement  shall be governed in all respects, including as to  validity, interpretation and effect, by the laws of  St. Kitts and Nevis, without giving effect to its  principles or rules of conflict of laws, to the  extent such principles or rules are not  mandatorily applicable by statute and would  permit or require the application of the laws of  another jurisdiction.  Assignment. Buyer shall not assign this  Agreement without the prior written consent of  Company. Any assignment or transfer in  violation of this Section shall be null and void.  Company may assign this Agreement to an  affiliate. Subject to the foregoing, this  Agreement, and the rights and obligations of the  Parties hereunder, shall be binding upon and  inure to the benefit of their respective  successors, assigns, heirs, executors,  administrators and legal representatives.  

 

11.2 Entire Agreement. This Agreement,  including the exhibits attached hereto and the  materials incorporated herein by reference,  constitutes the entire agreement between the  Parties and supersedes all prior or  contemporaneous agreements and  understandings, both written and oral, between  the Parties with respect to the subject matter  hereof, including, without limitation, any public  or other statements or presentations made by  Company about the VAR or the Project.  Severability. If any provision of this Agreement  is determined by a court of competent  jurisdiction to be invalid, inoperative or  unenforceable for any reason, the provision  shall be modified to make it valid and, to the  extent possible, effectuate the original intent of  the Parties as closely as possible in an  acceptable manner in order that the  transactions contemplated hereby be  consummated as originally contemplated to the  fullest extent possible.  

 

11.3 Modification of Agreement. Company may  modify this Agreement at any time by posting a  revised version on the Website, available at  [Insert Web address]. The modified terms shall  become effective upon posting. It is Buyer’s  responsibility to check the Website regularly for  modifications to this Agreement. This  Agreement was last modified on the date listed  at the beginning of this Agreement.  

 

11.4 Termination of Agreement; Survival. This  Agreement shall terminate upon the completion  of all sales in the VAR sale on KICKICO.com.  Company reserves the right to terminate this Agreement, in its sole discretion, in the event  that Buyer breaches this Agreement. Upon  termination of this Agreement: (a) all of Buyer’s  rights under this Agreement immediately  terminate; (b) Buyer is not entitled to a refund of  any amount paid; and (c) Articles 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9,  and 10 shall continue to apply in accordance  with their terms.  

 

11.5 No Waivers. The failure by Company to  exercise or enforce any right or provision of this  Agreement shall not constitute a present or  future waiver of such right or provision, nor limit  Company’s right to enforce such right or  provision at a later time. All waivers by  Company must be unequivocal and in writing to  be effective.  

 

11.6 No Partnership; No Agency; No Third Party  Beneficiaries. Nothing in this Agreement and no  action taken by the Parties shall constitute, or  be deemed to constitute, a partnership,  association, joint venture or other co-operative  entity between the Parties. Nothing in this  Agreement and no action taken by the Parties  pursuant to this Agreement shall constitute, or be deemed to constitute, either Party the agent  of the other Party for any purpose. No Party  has, pursuant to this Agreement, any authority  or power to bind or to contract in the name of  the other Party. This Agreement shall not create  any third party beneficiary rights in any person.  

 

11.7 Electronic Communications. Buyer agrees  and acknowledges that all agreements, notices,  disclosures and other communications that  Company provides Buyer pursuant to this  Agreement or in connection with or related to  Buyer’s purchase of VAR, including this  Agreement, may be provided by Company, in its  sole discretion, to Buyer, in electronic form. 

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The world's first blockchain content distribution platform designed specifically for Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and legacy content.

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VARcrypt is the world's first blockchain specific hardware agnostic platform designed specifically for VR (Virtual Reality), AR (Augmented Reality), legacy content (film, television, music, print, video games) and software applications.  VARcrypt derives its name from a combination of both VR and AR resulting in the combination of VAR which when integrated with a cryptographic blockchain content distribution, rendering, and Payment processing protocol; creates VARcrypt. In addition to VR and AR content distribution VARcrypt will distribute legacy film, television, music, software, print, and gaming content via its blockchain with the specific aim to protect artists and content creators and ensure that they can enjoy the lowest cost content distribution possible so they can keep the majority of the profits generated from their  work.  The future of immersive content and software will not be either VR or AR, it will be VAR.

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VARcrypt ’s main mission is to provide an elegantly simple hardware agnostic ecosystem where blockchain technology can be combined with VR, AR, and legacy content together for the benefit of artists and content creators.   VARcrypt as a company does not want to be beholding to any one hardware provider and desires to remain completely independent.  To achieve this VARcrypt will charge distribution fees for content distributed so it can remain independent and is working with best in class coders to develop and integrate VR and AR  seamlessly into the VARcrypt app and website ecosystem.  We believe that our user focused interface, blockchain transparency, and hardware independence are strong advantages that other larger content and hardware companies will not be able to replicate and are currently not available anywhere else.  

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Duncan Ransom

Senior VR Advisor

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Duncan Ransom

Senior VR Advisor

Duncan Ransom is the Founder and CEO of The Endless Collective, a full-service art, innovation and technology driven production studio currently focusing on immersive content and healthcare tools for both Virtual and Augmented Reality platforms. The Endless Collective’s artistry has been used in campaigns for clients including Samsung, Google, BMW, Ernst & Young, Universal, Warner Bros, Framestore, National Sawdust, MAC Cosmetics, NYU Medical School and MPC to name a few. Prior to establishing The Endless Collective, Duncan served as a CG story artist and animator with Framestore CFC, the legendary animation studio responsible for the imagery of many of the most important, visual stunning films today, such as the Oscar winning film, Gravity. Hs animation work has been seen in films such as Edge of Tomorrow, 47 Ronin, Clash of the Titans and Gravity, for which he received, with his VFX team, Academy Awards in the VFX and Cinematography categories.

Jose Estefano

Payment Technology Advisor

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Jose Estefano

Payment Technology Advisor

Mr. Estefano has over 40 years of experience in the technology industry. He has been employed by and developed projects for companies like IBM where he was a Senior Analyst, as a Vice President to develop IT networks for Blue Cross Blue Shield, as well as a Vice President of IT for FedEx in the US.

Currently, Mr. Estefano is the President of E4GS a company with a focus in developing Insurance and Banking level applications as well as secure mobile wallet technology.

Mr. Estefano holds an MBA from the University of Havana and is a US Army Vietnam Veteran with an honorable discharge.

Eric Chung

Technical & Development Advisor

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Eric Chung

Technical & Development Advisor

Eric is the founder of DApperNetwork, a fast-growing community of technologists building decentralized applications using the blockchain. He is also the cofounder of the LA Blockchain Lab and co-organizer of BlockCon. Apparently he's really into blockchain. He's a proud Bruin and LA native, and his favorite color is green. He studied quantum mechanics in college and wants to open up a tea-infused cocktail bar before his 30th birthday.

Mariana Danilovic

Advisor

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Mariana Danilovic

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Ms. Danilovic is the Founder and CEO of hollywood portfolio, a crowd-centric accelerator that develops and operates blockchain, Augmented, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and digital media companies. Through hollywood portfolio, Ms. Danilovic launched and helped develop numerous technology and digital media companies, and served as the President, CEO and Director of ultralivetv, served on the Board of Directors of Emerge Digital, serves on the Board of Advisors of Transmosis, LoveTV, NightFlight and VARcrypt. Ms. Danilovic was the EVP Business Development for NTN Buzztime, Inc. (AMEX:NTN) and Head of Business Development, Content Aggregation and Programming for MediaZone, broadband video company owned by NASPERS/MIH media conglomerate. She also founded and directed the Digital Media Incubator at KPMG LLP, which launched about two-dozen digital media companies. The companies Ms. Danilovic helped develop received institutional funding from KPCB, Sequoia Capital, Hummer-Winblad, Constellation Partners, Softbank, North Star Ventures, HP, and Intel. Ms. Danilovic headed business development for Peter Guber’s Mandalay Entertainment and was on the management team of the venture fund at Sony Pictures Entertainment, investing in media companies worldwide. Ms. Danilovic also worked for Michael Milken’s Knowledge Exchange and at the Twentieth Century Fox International Television Group. She serves on the Board of Directors of C3, the Arts and Media Node of the Millennium Project, served on the Board of Directors of the Producers’ Guild of America, and is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She previously served on the Board of Directors of Tim Draper’s Zone Club and was a member of former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan's Digital Coast Roundtable. Mariana earned a Masters in Business Administration from the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA, and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, with a Minor in Biomedical Engineering from University of California, San Diego.

Trey Kelly

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Trey Kelly

Advisor

Trey Kelly is a technology entrepreneur, sales leader, and blockchain enthusiast. Trey holds degrees in Systems Analysis and Mathematics & Statistics. He was an early adopter of cryptocurrency and has been an active investor and advisor in the space for many years.

Lasse Schmitt

Advisor

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Lasse Schmitt

Advisor

Lasse is a Co-Producer and Marketing Consultant at Tempest Film LLCand is a Co-Founder at Stegemann & Schmitt. Lasse started his career as an intern at Anschutz Entertainment Group and then from there went to TenneT TSO GmBH, Amer Sports Corporation and he has numerous relationships throughout Europe. Lasse is a graduate of the University of Bayreuth.

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Ethan Gilmore

Founder & CEO

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Ethan Gilmore

Founder & CEO

Ethan Gilmore is the the founder and CEO of VARcrypt.  Prior to founding VARcrypt Ethan was the President of Virtualize which was a virtual reality focused technology and media company that made premium VR content for companies such as Samsung, SoHo House, Punchdrunk and many others.  Ethan has spoken at Harvard Business School Club of New York, Harvard Business School Club of Philadelphia, Digital Hollywood, Silicon Beach, Jefferies, Young President’s Organization, Viacom, and The New School regarding VARcrypt and blockchain applications across various industries.  

Prior to Virtualize and VARcrypt, Ethan worked in the  media, entertainment, & alternative investment space where he worked with companies such as Lionsgate, Senator Entertainment AG, International Media AG, Viacom (NickToons), IMAX and many others.  Ethan was involved in the capital acquisition and distribution for such films as Pan's Labyrinth, The Others, Chocolate, Blackhawk Down, Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof, Bret Easton Ellis' The Informers (starring Winona Ryder,Amber Heard, Kim Basinger, Mickey Rourke, & Billy Bob Thornton) and many others for the German market and with such films as Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Adaptation, Point Break,  and How to Lose Friends and Alienate People (starring Jeff Bridges, Simon Pegg, Megan Fox, & Kirsten Dunst) for the US and international markets.  Ethan previously worked for the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles.

Armando Soto

President and Co-founder

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Armando Soto

President and Co-founder

Armando is the President and Co-founder of VARCrypt Ltd. Armando's role in the company is to manage all things boring and business related. His responsibilities include; making sure timelines and goals are being met and keeping the company bootstrapped. 

Mr. Soto's past experience include being the managing Director of Zelphinium, a strategy consulting firm for private investment firms and public companies. Past engagements have involved multiple acquisitions and investments in companies in the manufacturing, technology, retail, media and entertainment industries valued at over $250 million. 

Prior to his involvement with Zelphinium he worked as a Vice President at WHC Capital a credit focused hedge fund, and as an associate at Yenni Capital a lower middle market private equity firm. Prior to Mr. Soto's involvement in risk and investment management world he worked as an associate in sales and trading at boutique investment banks. He started his career at Merrill Lynch. Mr. Soto has experience in direction and strategy of companies in the pre-revenue stage to evaluation transactions with established companies that generate over $400 million in revenues. Mr Soto's expertise is in risk management and strategy. 

Mr. Soto is a big proponent of Blockchain technology as it will disrupt the internet and many industries as we know them today.

Paul Mears

Chief Marketing Officer

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Paul Mears

Chief Marketing Officer

Paul Mears is the Chief  Marketing Officer of VARcrypt. Paul started his career with Ernst and Young in London and is a UK qualified CPA. Over the last 30 years he has worked in a wide range of industries including Telecoms, Construction, Software, Hedge Funds in a wide range of CFO to Operational Finance roles.

Mr. Mears left the UK in 1999 and has since lived and worked in New York, Vancouver, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and is currently a resident of Monaco. Paul has over the last 5 years been an active angel investor in early stage Tech, Apps, Medical Devices and with a passion for Stem Cell Biotech.

More recently Mr. Mears has been an active participant in the blockchain and crypto community and has been an advisor to Humaniq and is also currently the CFO of Modex, a smart contract marketplace where he has been actively involved in the digital footprint and marketing of the MOdex Initial Coin Offering. Paul also is a co-founder of a music app Solid Art and has a passion for ensuring creative artists are rewarded for their work and is a great believer in the ability of the blockchain and VARcrypt to be a key player in that space and to ensure that artists are fairly rewarded for the work they create.  

Ihor Pidruchny

Blockchain Expert/Team Lead

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Ihor Pidruchny

Blockchain Expert/Team Lead

Ihor Pidrucnhy is a Blockchain expert, advisor and technology manager. Ihor has successfully cooperated with clients from Toronto to Silicon Valley in the startup ecosystem and assisted companies with idea implementation and top level product development. Ihor is spearheading VARcrypt's development team and he participates in technical strategy, roadmap building, architecture development and his strong technical blockchain experience and IT background are a great addition to the VARcrypt team.

Andrew Zubko

Blockchain Engineer/Tech Lead

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Andrew Zubko

Blockchain Engineer/Tech Lead

Andrew Zubko is a very experienced Blockchain engineer. Andrew successfully completed his first Blockchain project in 2014. He participated in the technical support of ICO's and cryptocurrency ecosystems before they became a mainstream topic. His technology stack includes but is not limited to C++, Java, JavaScript, Python, Solidity, etc. Andrew's extensive expertise in cryptocurrency and Blockchain technology enables him to be an effective technological leader for the VARcrypt team. Andrew mainly focuses on choosing cutting-edge technologies, project architecture, product design and implementation for the VARcrypt project.

Dewang Agarwal

Coding & Development

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Dewang Agarwal

Coding & Development

Dewang Agarwal is from Kolkata, India and is passionate about blockchain technology and computer science. Dewang enjoys creating mathematically oriented algorithms and incorporating them into the blockchain ecosystem.  Dewang is a vital part of the VARcrypt team and is helping in coding support as well as with VARcrypt’s strategic relationships in India. He loves to watch movies especially science fiction and also likes to play tennis, swim and read in his leisure hours.

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November 9, 2016

HOW VIRTUAL REALITY IS POISED TO BECOME THE NEXT BIG THING

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October 20, 2016

Blockchain-Enabled Convergence (pages 21, 22, 31)

Outlier Ventures Research

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Financing the Imagination

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April 28, 2016

HOW VIRTUAL REALITY IS POISED TO BECOME THE NEXT IT THING

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April 28, 2016

Virtual Reality & Blockchain: a conversation

Harvard Business School Club of New York

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February 21, 2018

Disruption by Blockchain Part 26: Ethan Gilmore – VARcrypt

Disruptor Daily

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February 14, 2018

Partnering with VR/AR blockchain

February 21, 2018

Disruption by Blockchain Part 26: Ethan Gilmore – VARcrypt

Disruptor Daily

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February 14, 2018

Partnering with VR/AR blockchain

October 20, 2016

Blockchain-Enabled Convergence (pages 21, 22, 31)

Outlier Ventures Research

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May 11, 2016

DEX-NYC Design Exchange Event

May 5, 2016

Financing the Imagination

Digital Hollywood

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April 28, 2016

HOW VIRTUAL REALITY IS POISED TO BECOME THE NEXT IT THING

Harvard Business School Club NY

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February 21, 2018

Disruption by Blockchain Part 26: Ethan Gilmore – VARcrypt

Disruptor Daily

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February 14, 2018

Partnering with VR/AR blockchain

October 12, 2017

Crowdfunding Breakthrough

Digital Hollywood

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November 9, 2016

HOW VIRTUAL REALITY IS POISED TO BECOME THE NEXT BIG THING

Harvard Business School Club Philly

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April 28, 2016

Virtual Reality & Blockchain: a conversation

Harvard Business School Club of New York

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April 28, 2016

HOW VIRTUAL REALITY IS POISED TO BECOME THE NEXT IT THING

Harvard Business School Club NY

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February 1, 2016

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