• Bridge Protocol (TOLL) ICO Review

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    Bridge Protocol is a decentralized social networking platform that is putting users privacy and satisfaction as its first priority. It is an innovative approach towards transparent and independent means of user data ownership, reward on ads and free of speech. It is the first get paid to content creation and sharing ecosystem that leveraged OCR token payments for its reward system.

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    Ico TimeUnknown – Unknown
    Token NameBridge Protocol
    Token SymbolTOLL
    WhitepaperView Whitepaper
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    Bridge interfaces with NEO framework and allows users to manage, protect and utilize sensitive information in new ways. The Protocol offers a new standard for whitelists and allows participation in multiple ICOs. Bridge Certificates build trust so users can transact with confidence.

    The Bridge Protocol is an open, distributed network of trusted machines and users promoting behaviors, standards and enforcement mechanisms to provide real-world value and application. The system facilitates an ability for users to deploy business processes that comply to existing standards and regulations.

    Our private blockchain will provide secure processing of assets, with an aim to guarantee trusted execution using smart contracts, eventually backed by real-world regulatory compliance in the nation which they occur. The system will be comprised of trusted virtual machines, providing user accessible functions for enterprise-grade business operations.

    The Bridge Protocol Corporation will begin issuing digital identities to permit individuals and businesses to engage securely and freely, while building extensive real-world trust networks. Early identities will be centrally issued and managed by the company to promote a trusted and stable foundation to the Protocol. For wider adaptation and versatility, this management system will allow self-sovereign identities to be recognized and managed. The first service offered on the Protocol is a Tier flagging of these identities, which coupled with contract logic developed by the Bridge Protocol Corporation, will allow for an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) to have auditable KnowYour-Customer (KYC) information to ensure regulatory compliance.

    Bridge Protocol facilitates interaction between Bridge Users, Trusted Verification Partners and integrated Network Partners. This combination creates a robust, scalable and secure digital identity authentication platform.

    Bridge Protocol began development in Q1 2018 with the launch of their smart contract on the NEO ecosystem. Now having an established team in development, marketing and business compliance. Bridge provides users with an easy and seamless identity verification process. With the deadlines established by our aggressive roadmap, Bridge aims to be one of the first fully compliant ID solutions on the blockchain.


    Recently, smart contracts have been used for ICOs, more commonly known as token sales. These
    tokens usually conform to a standard (e.g. ERC20/ERC223, NEP-5), which allows them to be
    offered for sale and traded on a variety of online platforms. The global adoption of ICO fundraising
    structures has led to an explosion of new capital formation which has outpaced both the seed and
    venture capital investment markets. ICOs have raised $3.7 billion (USD) to date; In 2017 alone, ICO
    funding surpassed $1.2 billion (USD). Unfortunately, some ICOs have provided inaccurate, and in
    some cases, fraudulent claims while attempting to raise funds. Naturally, this has attracted the
    attention of regulators in many countries around the world.
    There are two kinds of tokens sold in an ICO: utility tokens and security tokens.
    Utility tokens are used to access services or assets, which are themselves, often based on smart
    contract technology. The purchase of a utility token is akin to purchasing the rights to use a
    software or a product. These tokens are like in-game currencies or pay-per-use Software-As-A
    Service (SaaS) offerings. As a general rule, tokens representing the sale of products are exempt
    from the Securities Act in the United States, provided they do not constitute an “investment
    contract” as defined by the Howey Test:
    “In other words, an investment contract for purposes of the Securities Act means a contract,
    transaction or scheme whereby a person invests his money in a common enterprise and is led to
    expect profits solely from the efforts of the promoter or a third party, it being immaterial whether
    the shares in the enterprise are evidenced by formal certificates or by nominal interests in the
    physical assets employed in the enterprise.” (SEC v. W. J. Howey Co. n.d.)
    If the resultant token is deemed to be a securities offering, token issuers need to ensure that sales
    comply with all applicable securities laws or run the risk of severe penalties. In contrast to
    traditional securities offerings, the general public still does not have a good grasp on the products
    and technology underlying ICOs. Securities regulators are still developing rules for this space and
    regulatory bodies have temporarily resorted to issuing warnings. ICO investors are cautioned
    about the investment and enforcement risks of ICOs as well as issuers, who are still subject to

    securities laws. Regulators are applying increasing legal scrutiny towards token sales to ensure
    compliance. Due to lingering enforcement to stay within compliance of securities laws, some ICOs
    have cancelled their offerings after discussions with regulators, while others face the risk and
    follow through with their ICOs.


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