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He has exclusively been an Internet entrepreneur throughout the entirety of both his adolescence and adult life, and he has no plans of slowing down. 11/19/17 Minerva is a platform built on the Ethereum blockchain, and its primary token is Minerva OWL. It is an ERC20 token and cryptocurrency. Coming Soon… ICORanker Verified: NO Token Symbol: OWL ICO Price: OWL Bonus: OWL Platform: OWL Accepting: OWL Min. Greg served in the US Naval Reserve including required active duty in 1969-70. In addition to his six grown children, Greg serves his community as a defensive firearms instructor and is fond of the outdoors. Available Tokens for sale 60 % Minerva is the world’s first reverse merchant processor. We pay transaction fees to approved businesses integrated within the Minerva economy, we don’t charge them. Minerva is a platform designed to incentivize the adoption of its OWL token with a new and disruptive economic model. It is both a platform with a tangible economic model as well as a cryptocurrency.We aim to deliver the most optimal eCommerce cryptocurrency. © Copyright - ICO SCHEDULE This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Read our privacy policy for more information. Strengths Weaknesses The Minerva ICO is one of a large number of competitors within the crypto-retail space that is seeking to crack the crypto mass adoption nut. Firstly, an initial reserve of tokens is held back from public circulation in the early life-cycle of the Minerva economy. These tokens will be released into the public pool when and if the token itself shows signs of overheating (on the back of speculative bubbles, for example). The idea is that new injections will prevent bubbles from becoming prohibitive to genuine participants (consumers and retailers) who require the token to engage in transactions between them. Secondly, Minerva will levy a micro-tax on each transaction between consumer and retailer which will serve to replenish the reserve pool. This will help to ensure that the reserve pool, over the long-term, avoids risk of exhaustion. This feedback mechanism – which discounts price manipulation by ignoring outliers – will then serve as the underlying motor for driving the strategies listed above. The major problem with cryptocurrencies at the moment, despite their unquestionable popularity, is the ‘currency’ part. Few, if any, cryptocurrencies are used as currency, i.e., for payment of goods and services received. Bitcoin used to play that role, in particular on the notorious Silk Road marketplace. But since the spike in its value, popularity, and volatility beginning in 2017, that function has been largely diminished. One blockchain startup, Minerva, named after the Roman goddess of wisdom and strategic warfare, sees this as an opportunity. Its goal is to get merchants to adopt its payment platform and token (the OWL token) through reverse transaction fees and price stability mechanisms. Let’s take a look at how it intends to achieve that. In a nutshell, Minerva (read its whitepaper here) is a cryptocurrency payment provider, using a smart contract system built on the Ethereum blockchain. It incentivizes merchant adoption with ‘reverse transaction fees,’ meaning that OWL tokens are paid to approved merchants plus has no chargebacks. In return, merchants should use some of the proceeds from the reverse transaction fees to provide discounts and so on to its customers. The Minerva platform itself will pay for its costs by taking a certain percentage of the reverse transaction fees paid out to the merchants. Traditional fiat currencies have excellent liquidity and are very stable. Hence only the first four points are actual incentives for a merchant to switch to the Minerva platform. The only real user incentive for the Minerva platform is theoretically cheaper products.

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  • $0 - 1MM: 40% discount ($1,666,667 in token value) = 2,777,778 OWL
  • $1MM - 5MM: 30% discount ($5,714,286 in token value) = 9,523,810 OWL
  • $5MM - 10MM: 20% discount ($6,250,000 in token value) = 10,416,667 OWL

Because of the reverse transaction fees paid to merchants, they should be able to offer them discounts.

It is quite clear that Minerva’s strategy focuses on onboarding merchants first, on the assumption that users will naturally follow. OWLs have something known as a ‘reward rate,’ which is the rate that new OWLs are ‘minted’ and inserted into the circulating supply. This reward rate and the price of OWL are directly proportional. Hence in a scenario where the OWL token price is rapidly increasing, the supply of OWL rises proportionally thus preventing large price spikes. The reward rate is capped at a maximum of 10%, and as long as it is positive, a portion of it is taxed for Minerva’s operational costs. Hence, the OWL tokens still have plenty of room to appreciate in value; the idea is merely to prevent dramatic short-term spikes. When the OWL price is decreasing, Minerva will incentivize users to temporarily take OWL tokens out of circulation. This will be done by giving them the option to freeze their OWL tokens for a period in exchange for a potential bonus. The greater the price decline, the higher the bonus offered. These bonuses are sourced from the MVP vault. Should the vault be exhausted, no bonus incentives will be offered, and the price will continue to decline. Minerva’s US-based team is small; consisting of only 11 people. The founders appear to be internet marketing veterans, which may be useful for the marketing side of this project but raises the question of technical ability to execute. Their advisory team is also small and don’t have any well-known names on the list. Minerva has broken its development roadmap into seven tiers, from Tier 0 to Tier 6. At present, it has completed Tier 0 and is at Tier 1, carrying out its bug bounty program and doing further testing on its MVP protocol. Worryingly, unlike most other blockchain projects which state a target completion date for each stage of their roadmaps, Minerva has not put any target dates whatsoever. The lack of any concrete timeline is not a positive indication in the least. At present, Minerva is being developed on the Ethereum platform. No further details have been provided on this planned hard fork. The lack of details again raises concerns as it can impact the viability of the entire project. Minerva recently announced on its (sparsely populated) blog that it has signed on its first approved platform. It claims that this platform does over $20m in revenues with more than 10 million users. And it’s also an adult webcam site. If this happens, it will affect Minerva’s public perception which might, in turn, affect the chances of merchants applying for its platform. Needless to say, this would be a big negative for Minerva. At the time of this writing, the dates for Minerva’s token sale remain up in the air. One thing the team has confirmed is a soft cap of $1m and a hard cap of $10m. They have also said that presale registrations will be opened up ‘very shortly,’ sometime during the first quarter of 2018. In the fast-paced world of blockchain startups and ICOs, Minerva is moving very slow, far too slow for its own good. The Minerva project was announced sometime in August 2017, and while that generated a good bit of buzz for the project, it has since largely died down. It’s not difficult to see why. Minerva’s blog barely has any content.

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Its Twitter account is not very active. It doesn’t have any concrete timeline for achieving its roadmap or any hard dates for its token sale. This doesn’t look good for the project at all. While Minerva has a great concept (reverse transaction fees coupled with price stability mechanisms), it looks as if the execution leaves a lot to be desired. Despite the onboarding of their first merchant, the platform’s viability still seems to be up in the air at the moment, especially with the planned hard fork. The slowness of Minerva’s execution means that buzz and hence the short-term potential for its OWL token doesn’t look very promising at all. And if Minerva can’t perform well in the short term, or raise sufficient funds from its tokens sale, then its long-term potential looks similarly bleak. What are your thoughts on Minerva? Can the team push through and execute on their vision? Let us know your views in the comments below. Featured Image from Shutterstock. is a leading independent blockchain news outlet that maintains the highest possible professional and ethical journalistic standards. Journalists are required to meet our and guidelines. Minerva is a platform built on the Ethereum blockchain, and its primary token is Minerva OWL. The aim of Minerva is to address mainstream cryptocurrency adoption issues and provide partnered businesses with incentivized payment solutions. Minerva will be used on carefully selected platforms which are subjected to rigorous auditing and transparency agreements. It is unlikely we will consider parterning with any platform with a < 15,000 Alexa ranking. Minerva is a platform and the OWL token is its currency. In addition to being a cryptocurrency, we are the world’s first reverse merchant processor. Minerva is brought to you by Minerva Technologies S.a.r.l., a Luxembourg based blockchain technology company comprised of team members and advisors from around the world. The crowdfunding portal will be self adjusting to the current price of ETH (Ethereum) at the time of contribution. We will adjust the hard cap of the ICO, prior to the official launch, based on the amount raised in presale. If, $5MM raised presale, our ICO’s hard cap will be set to $30MM worth of ETH. The primary issue with a discount model (and fluctuating price of ETH) is trying to cap the amount of tokens that can be distributed prior to launching the smart contracts. This method will let us reach our hard cap and make sure we can make good on our discounts. Side Note: If presale hard cap is not reached, the main adjustable number for our public ICO is the amount of ETH we accept in the 1% discount range. This will allow our discounts rates to be consistent and still reach our hard cap. ICO ADVISOR | CONSULTING | EXCHANGES ListingRated on Apr 4, 2018 8%weight This rating’s weight is reduced by 50% as there is no review added. Icodriver…expert launching ICOs, Influencer, IT expert.Rated on Dec 27, 2017 15%weight Since,i miss too much in this project) Hope the best. 3 people agree 7%weight This rating’s weight is reduced by 50% as there is no review added. Entrepreneur | CEO | ICO Advisor | Crypto enthusiast | Blockchain expert | Public speaker | MentorRated on Mar 20, 2018 7%weight This rating’s weight is reduced by 50% as there is no review added. 15%weight Strong vision and Product!

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Total Tokens: 100,000,000 Available for Token Sale: 60% CONTACTS [email protected] [email protected] © 2018 Ingello Minerva is a decentralized central reserve. We pay transaction fees to businesses, we don’t charge them. We address cryptocurrency adoption issues by introducing commerce-disruptive incentivized payment solutions to accelerate the mainstream adoption of cryptocurrency and smart contracts. Minerva is the world’s first reverse merchant processor.