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Expercoin
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Expercoin ICO
Ticker: EXPR
ICO start: 2018-08-01 00:00:00
ICO end: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Price: 0.025 USD = 1 EXPR
Bonus: 1
Tokens: 1237500000
Tokentype: ERC20
Hardcap: 26 500 000 USD
Raised: 0
Platform: Ethereum
Distributed: 45%
Accepting: ETH

Harvard-incubated Experfy (www.experfy.com) runs an AI-focused community of 30,000 data scientists to help Fortune 500s mentor and upskill their employees and also hire expert freelancers on-demand. Witnessing a growth in demand for its platform, Experfy seeks to exponentially expand the impact of its business vision through the launch of a new entity called Expercoin.

Expercoin intends to build one of the world’s largest decentralized networks of marketplaces called Republics, with a charter to advance learning and create jobs for the digital economy. By leveraging Experfy’s infrastructure trusted by Fortune 500s and powered by AI and Blockchain, anyone can create a specialized community with marketplaces for training, assessments, mentorship and jobs.

For instance, there can be a “Republic of Smart Manufacturing,” “Republic of Nanotechnology,” “Republic of Blockchain in Finance." Republics are operationalized using smart contracts, open protocols.

Description[edit]

Serving Fortune 500 clients with demonstrable success, Experfy is an on-demand Aconsulting and training marketplace with 30,000 experts that first debuted on March 31, 2014. TechCrunch wrote in its headline: “Harvard-Backed Experfy Wants to Create a McKinsey in the Cloud for Big Data Talent”[1] and the one from Forbes, “Harvard-Backed Startup Experfy Launches to Match Top Data Talent with Thousands in Freelance Cash,”[2] both encapsulated the mission of the platform on the day of our launch. Roughly a year later, Datanami observed the platform’s dramatic growth with the headline, “Experfy: The Uber of Big Data Projects,”[3] while The Wall Street Journal announced that the Experfy had raised $1.5 million in seed funding in a round led by Peter Diamandis.[4]  Recently, in May 2017, recognizing Experfy’s both consulting and training offerings, Gartner named Experfy a “Cool Vendor in Data Science and Machine Learning.”[5] Experfy’s clients include Macy’s, Deloitte, PwC, McKesson, Cigna, Tata, Gulf, Vistaprint, Keurig Green Mountain, The Food Group, UC Davis and Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, among others.
To foster an ecosystem that is open, decentralized and highly scalable, Experfy believes it must create a series of new products, services, and systems. However, building a decentralized system is a complex process, and the transition to it must be done in a responsible manner over time. believe the Ecosystem will establish a new protocol that will allow individuals and organizations to create and launch new marketplaces for different areas of specialization.
Educators serious about preparing students to enter the workforce; employers scrambling to upskill their employees; and experts dissatisfied with 9-5 work regimes are all beginning to recognize the limitations of slow-moving centralized organizations. These organizations are operating on learning and employment models that were devised over a hundred years ago.  The future of education and work is clear.  Education will be skills-based—employers care little about degrees—while work will be increasingly distributed and performed by teams of specialized experts from around the globe.
vision is that anyone seeking to make an impact in a particular area of specialization should be able to leverage a mature technology stack and launch a decentralized platform to reinvent both education and work for that specialization. According to Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, half of all American colleges are bound for bankruptcy in the next few decades. By launching a large number of learning platforms and integrating them with relevant work experiences, we hope to bring about a meaningful change in an industry facing disruption. 
[1] Harvard-Backed Experfy Wants To Create A McKinsey In The Cloud For Big Data Talent (TechCrunch)
[2] Free Issues of Forbes Harvard-Backed Startup Experfy Launches To Match Top Data Talent With Thousands In Freelance Cash (Forbes)
[3] Experfy: The Uber of Big Data Projects (Datanami)
[4] Experfy Secures Seed Round to Scale Data Scientist Marketplace (WSJ)
[5] Cool Vendors in Data Science and Machine Learning, 2017 (Gartner)
 
Republics
“In Skills Trust”
It is our intention that each Republic will be highly specialized and is intended to consist of six pillars that become available as soon as the Republic is created:
Learning Marketplace: Listing of course offerings and interactive games promoting learning experiences within an area of expertise. All offerings are rated. AI-powered adaptive learning system to deliver courses, hands-on coding exercises and capstone projects.
Jobs Marketplace: Platform for employers to post and facilitate apprenticeships, internships, short-term contracts and full-time job requirements in the Republic’s area of specialization.
Mentorship Marketplace: Mentors for hire to help students and corporate employees on both technical and non-technical topics ranging from writing code to expert advice.
Assessment Platform: Assessments to identify skills gap for a job role or an area of expertise. Helps employers screen candidates during recruiting process. Assessments will also provide benchmarking against other users in the field, followed by micro-credentialing and certifications.
Corporate Academy: Team and group interface for companies to understand employee course engagement and completion rates.  Companies can bulk purchase learning content or purchase subscriptions for their employees.
Financial Aid Marketplace: Peer-to-peer financial aid offered through a marketplace. A student may request tuition assistance and the lender pays directly to the course creator on the student’s behalf.  Course creators may also serve as lenders in exchange for a premium on the course price. 
The individual launching a new Republic will be able to choose which platform services launch first.  Developers will be able to develop new apps and offer them in the Expercoin app store in order to expand the functionality of Republics.
What’s noteworthy is that Experfy has been using four of the six pillars with its customers and generating revenue in the process. These pillars represent cutting-edge products that have earned the trust of Fortune 500s.  As these pillars are decentralized, we believe they are likely to make a real contribution to the Expercoin ecosystem with their rich feature-set. 

Review[edit]

MAR 2014: Experfy launches. News stories in Techcrunch, Forbes, Mashable and others.
JUN 2015: Experfy raises $1.5 million in seed round. News stories in Wall Street Journal, Xconomy and others
OCT 2015: Keurig Green Mountain joins Experfy Project Marketplace as a client
MAR 2016: Gulf Oil joins Experfy Project Marketplace as a client
JUN 2016: Macy's joins Experfy Project Marketplace
JUL 2016: Experfy launches Training Marketplace
SEP 2016: Experfy works with TATA as it's first training customer.
NOV 2016: Deloitte joins Experfy Project Marketplace.
JAN 2017: More interest generated from corporate clients and training delivered for organizations like Duracell and Federal Reserve.
OCT 2017: Launch of Corporate Training with assessment and dashboards to track employee progress. Cigna signs contract to deploy Experfy Training Marketplace for corporate education in emerging technologies.
JUL 2018: Launch of a Mentorship Platform as a Minimum Viable Product
FEB 2019: Launch of protocol and APIs to automate creation of Republics.
JUL 2017: Experfy selected by Massachusetts state to provide “white-label” training platform.
MAR 2018: Expercoin announces plans for a token sale.
NOV 2018: Launch of the first Expercoin Republic
MAY 2019: Launch of App Store to extend the Republic functionality[1]

Team[edit]

name: title: links: group: photo: iss:
Harpreet Singh Founder and Co-CEO, Experfy Harvard-trained PhD https://www.linkedin.com/in/hsingh1 Harpreet Singh photo 4.1
Sarabjot Kaur Founder and Co-CEO, Experfy Citigroup, Fidelity, State Street https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarabjot Sarabjot Kaur photo 4.1
Jothi Periasamy Head of AI and Data, Experfy Managing Director, KPMG Learning Facilitator for MIT https://www.linkedin.com/in/jothiperiasamy/ Jothi Periasamy photo 4.1
Jyotsna Khan Senior Manager, Experfy Business Head, Hygienetech https://www.linkedin.com/in/jyotsnachanglani Jyotsna Khan photo 4.1
Mirza Memic Blockchain Innovation Leader Expercoin Republics https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirza-memic-aba4a9161 Mirza Memic photo 4.1
Ibrahim Chalak, PMP Senior Project Manager Blockchain and AI https://www.linkedin.com/in/ibrahim-chalak-pmp®-862b00124/ Ibrahim Chalak, PMP photo 4.1
Ram Mohan Director of Industry Partnerships https://www.linkedin.com/in/mrammohan/ Ram Mohan photo 4.1
Ishmeet Singh Director, Cayman Islands Operations https://www.linkedin.com/in/singhishmeet/ Ishmeet Singh photo 8.5
Sedad Kosovac Blockchain Developer Expercoin Republics https://www.linkedin.com/in/sedad-kosovac-959900145/ Sedad Kosovac photo 4.1
Enes Smajic Blockchain Developer Expercoin Republics https://www.linkedin.com/in/enes-smajic-6462a290/ Enes Smajic photo 4.1
Almin Karic Blockchain Developer Expercoin Republics https://www.linkedin.com/in/almin-karic-ba92a582/ Almin Karic photo 4.1
Ismet Bibic Blockchain Developer Expercoin Republics https://www.linkedin.com/in/ismet-bibic-bb0576149/ Ismet Bibic photo 4.1
Tjitte Joosten Business Development https://www.linkedin.com/in/tjittejoosten/ Tjitte Joosten photo 4.1
Tolly Flinn Cryptocurrency Marketing Barnard College at Columbia University https://www.linkedin.com/in/tollyflinn/ Tolly Flinn photo 4.1
Ilana Zelinski Sales & Marketing Associate Tufts University https://www.linkedin.com/in/ilana-zelinski-15ab79130/ Ilana Zelinski photo 4.1
Sergio Demian Lerner Chief Scientist, RSK Labs Expercoin Technical Advisor https://www.linkedin.com/in/selerner/ Advisors Sergio Demian Lerner photo 4.1
Kaiser Wahab Partner, Riveles Wahab LLP Expercoin Legal Counsel for SEC Compliance https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaiserwahab/ Advisors Kaiser Wahab photo 4.1
Jon Van Loo Principal/Owner JVL Tax Law Expercoin Legal Counsel for International Tax Compliance https://www.linkedin.com/in/jon-van-loo/ Advisors Jon Van Loo photo 4.1
Peter H. Diamandis Chairman, X PRIZE; Executive Chairman, Singularity University https://www.linkedin.com/in/peterdiamandis Advisors Peter H. Diamandis photo 4.1
Tarun Khanna Professor, Harvard Business School
, and Trustee, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts https://www.linkedin.com/in/billionsofentrepreneurs Advisors Tarun Khanna photo 4.1
Dan Sullivan President, The Strategic Coach, and author of over 30 books https://www.strategiccoach.com/our-team/#/people/dan-sullivan/ Advisors Dan Sullivan photo 4.1
Badr Jafar CEO, Crescent Enterprises Young Global Leader, the World Economic Forum https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Badr_Jafar Advisors Badr Jafar photo 4.1

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  1. https://www.expercoin.com

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