Media Protocol Launches ICO for Blockchain Content Marketplace for Digital Contents

Due to the issues regarding the centralization, and the distribution of contents, MEDIA protocol has decided to create a platform that allows publishers or content creators to connect directly with consumers.

In simple terms, MEDIA protocol uses the power of the blockchain to create a transparent and a secured relationship between consumers, and publishers.

MEDIA protocol enables brands, publishers and content creators to deliver most relevant content in hunt for a more efficient, transparent and enjoyable experience.

What does the whitepaper/website look like?

The white paper discusses the technical characteristics of the project. It goes into an in-depth discussion about their plans and how it will be excused. The whitepaper also discusses the CryptoCatnipdApp that provides a bootstrap engagement inside the ecosystem.

The white paper then discusses the token circulation

The white paper states the protocol features both for publishers, consumers and promoters go in-depth about the protocol architecture and smart contract.

How transparent is the team?

The team behind media protocol is made of professionals with of over 30 years experience of advertising in media spaces. The team members are very transparent because they have listed their qualifications and educational background and how it can make the project a success.

The team member showed their faces they occupy for the project in the Whitepaper.

Martin Adams is the CEO of the company; he graduated from Harvard law school in New York and then work in the digital economy as a lawyer. He was involved in establishing one of the recognized social media companies.

Tom Graham is the co-founder of the company and also the managing partner at TLDR (A global hedge fund company). Mark white is the CTO, he has a track record of establishing technical businesses. Josef Sevcik is the blockchain Architect

Is the GitHub repository empty?

The Github repository is not empty. The github repository folders contain the docs initial release, the migrations and the test limiting contracts

Here is the initial release of the media protocol

MediaProtocol.iml

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+<module version=“4”>
+  <component name=“NewModuleRootManager” inherit-compiler-output=“true”>
+    <exclude-output />
+    <content url=“file://$MODULE_DIR$” />
+    <orderEntry type=“inheritedJdk” />
+    <orderEntry type=“sourceFolder” forTests=“false” />
+  </component>
+</module> 

Is the ICO showing sign of regulatory compliance?

Due to the recent boom in Ethereum based ICO, securities commissions are making efforts to protect consumers from fraudulent investments. MEDIA Protocol has created a security as an Initial public offering of a corporation’s stock. So they are regulatory compliance.

How disputable are the company’s claims

MEDIA protocol has partnered with AmaZix, WACHSMAN, Kenetic Captial, and TLDR to show that they are really pushing forward in the success of this project. The tokens will be shared between the Publishers, the promoters and the consumer, while the company will earn revenue from the payment tips that consumers pay to access contents on the platform.

How clear is the roadmap?

The roadmap is very clear as written on their website

Publishers will submit promotions against URL to smart contract  

The content URL will be recommended for the user

Users will be able to read the page  

The smart contract will promote the URL and move some tokens from the publishers account to the user account.

Join the ICO here: https://www.mediaprotocol.org/

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