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HUSSY
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HUSSY ICO
Ticker: HUS
ICO start: 2019-01-01 00:00:00
ICO end: 2019-01-31 00:00:00
Price: 1 HUS = 0.36 USD
Bonus: 1
Tokens: 60,000,000 HUS
Tokentype: ERC20
Hardcap: 20,000,000 USD
Softcap: 2,000,000 USD
Platform: Ethereum
Distributed: 60%
Accepting: ETH, BTC, Fiat

HUSSY is a distributed escorting and due diligence infrastructure. The value proposition is to create a platform and to provide incentives for sex workers around the globe for safe execution of their profession. They have identified that the root cause of most problems associated with sex work lies in a social stigma toward the participants, leading to a contradicting discrepancy between the need for privacy and trustworthiness. The solution we offer provides anonymized but verifiable KYC compliance, professional health certification and Proof of Consent stored on the Blockchain.

Description[edit]

They utilize Blockchain technology to create a decentralized infrastructure with additional off-chain due diligence and listings authorities for safer execution of sex work. They have identified that the root cause of most problems associated with sex work lies in the social stigma toward the participants, leading to a contradicting discrepancy between the need for privacy and trustworthiness. The solution we offer provides anonymized but verifiable KYC compliance, professional health certification and Proof of Consent stored on the Blockchain as well as escort listing platform that provides strong incentives for clients.
Open to 3rd party platforms
HUSSY is not just another another escorting platform, but rather a whole escorting infrastructure. They are legally able to operate our own escorting platform only in selected countries, however anyone can open their own escorting platform anonymously in any country and join the distributed HUSSY infrastructure in order to improve the status quo of the global sex work industry.
Impossible to shut down
Decentralized nature of the HUSSY infrastructure makes it near impossible to shut down. Their solution is resistant to regulations like FOSTA / SOSTA and anyone can open a new listing platform using the HUSSY infrastructure. Only the data owners are in control of their data, nobody else is able to delete or modify the data — not even us, not even the listing platforms and not even the law enforcement.
Flexible fee schedule
Monetizing of listing platforms is based on a fair advertising fees that are updated according to demand for sex services in a given time and location. Every service provider can choose an optional fee for a listing — the higher the fee, the more often will be the offer shown to potential clients. All fees are payable in ERC-20 tokens. 
No time-wasting or abusive clients
Clients are incentivized to make a security deposit before arranging a meeting. In case of an inappropriate or abusive behaviour, the client risks losing of his deposit. Furthermore, service providers may require a client to make a booking deposit in order to filter out time-wasting clientsthat make a reservation but never appears on a meeting.
Fighting human trafficking
Every sex worker advertising on the platform will be reviewed according to our KYC policy. Fighting human trafficking is among our top priorities, and we will be fully compliant with regulations in all countries we operate in.
Minimizing the spreading of STDs
Their platform will reduce spreading of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections through regular medical examinations from certified health providers. Every client can verify validity and the date of issuance of the last health certificate on the blockchain without disclosing private data of the sex worker.
Protecting clients and service providers
Buying sexual services is a business deal that requires mutual respect from both parties involved. Their platform will provide a blockchain-based proof of sexual consent and health checks that will protect both parties involved.

Roadmap[edit]

Q2 2017: Initial idea formulated.
Q4 2017: Research and analysis.
Q1 2018: Website deployed.
Q1 2018: Whitepaper published.
Q1 2018: Registration for token sale open.
Q2 2018: Token pre-sale.
Q3 2018: Smart contract deployment.
Q3 2018: Working product demo.
Q4 2018: ICO sale.
Q1 2019: Official launch in selected countries.
Q2 2019: Official launch in EU.
Q3 2019: Official launch Asia & South America.
Q3 2019: Health certificates.
Q4 2019: 10.000 active listings.[1]

Team[edit]

name: title: links: group: photo: iss:
Peter Tulala Strong software engineering background. https://www.linkedin.com/in/petertulala; https://twitter.com/PeterTulala 2.9
John D. Allen Expert on blockchain and smart contracts. https://www.linkedin.com/in/johndallen1/ 2.9
Mina Vucinic ICO & Blockchain marketing specialist. https://www.linkedin.com/in/mina-vucinic-33645011b/; https://twitter.com/MINA_V_CRYPTO 2.9
James Kupka Co-founder of two successful digital businesses. https://www.linkedin.com/in/jameskupka/; https://twitter.com/jameskupka 2.9
Natasha Ivanovic Expert on Investigative and Legal Psychology https://www.linkedin.com/in/natasha-ivanovic-77481287/ 2.9
Thomas Bolleyer Marketing and social networks strategist https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-bolleyer-056058150/ 5.7

External links[edit]

HUSSY on Twitter
HUSSY on Telegram
HUSSY on Facebook
HUSSY on Medium
HUSSY on Bitcointalk
HUSSY on Github
HUSSY on Reddit
HUSSY Official Website
HUSSY Whitepaper

Sources[edit]

  1. https://hussy.io

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