ICO Spotlight: Interview with Dylan Senter from Spectiv

Hi Dylan, please tell us about Spectiv VR. What is it?

Spectiv is a platform that enables users and organizations to stream their unique virtual reality experiences to the world. Viewers will be able to engage in these experiences from home, through virtual reality. Our mission is to create truly immersive shared experiences with the power of VR. Spectiv will be driven by a two token ecosystem, with “Specs” operating as an internal platform currency and “Sigs” operating as a decentralized ERC20 token built on the ETH blockchain. Sigs will be created and distributed through a token creation crowdsale.

 

How will people be able to watch your streaming content? Do they need special hardware?

They will not any need special hardware, we will actually be providing basic hardware through a new member sign up program. As we develop the platform, we will develop it to allow users to use a number of different headsets including mobile headsets, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, etc… Each one of these headsets will need custom development to work though, so we plan to start with mobile headset development in order to allow the majority of Viewers to use Spectiv.

 

I understand you are creating 2 tokens: Sigs and Specs. What are they and why do you need two?

TOKENS: SPECS & SIGS

Spectiv will be driven by a two token ecosystem, with “Specs” operating as an internal platform currency and “Sigs” operating as a decentralized ERC20 token built on the ETH blockchain. Sigs will be created and distributed through a token creation crowdsale.

 

Introduction to Tokens

Spec Tokens (Specs)

Specs are the internal currency which will be used to facilitate functions exclusive to the Spectiv platform, including ad rewards, tips, and premium content purchases. These tokens are limited to use within the platform, cannot be transferred out, and can only be acquired through ad rewards or direct purchase on the platform. Specs will have a fixed value and will be offered in three distinct denominations:

 

Gold Specs: $.10| Silver Specs: $.05 | Bronze Specs: $.01

Signal Tokens (Sigs)

Sigs are the decentralized token that will be used to generate unique signals to virtual reality content. Signal generators will be able to earn Sig returns for successfully driving viewership, creating a powerful incentive to share VR content and ultimately accelerate VR adoption. Sigs will be sold through a token creation crowdsale event via an Ethereum Smart Contract. This is how the total supply of Sigs will be determined.

 

What can you tell us about your team? (here’s your opportunity to introduce some key members and their pedigree)

Dylan Senter – CEO

Dylan is an accomplished entrepreneur who has founded multiple businesses over the past several years. He is currently a co-founder with Sensytec, a smart materials technology startup that has received over $3M in R&D funding to date. He is also an experienced e-commerce expert, operating his own Amazon storefront (SuperSenter) that generated >$500,000 in sales for 2016. His entrepreneurial achievements earned him honors and scholarship from the Texas Business Hall of Fame in 2015. His specialties are in business
development, marketing, and growth strategies.

 

Nick Ravanbakhsh – COO

Nick has a double major in accounting and entrepreneurship from the University of Houston. He is the CFO of Sensytec and competed with Dylan Senter in several business plan competitions across the nation. Together they won 1st place in 3 competitions and placed in several others. In addition to the work he does with Sensytec, he also co-founded Effortless Online Solutions, a digital development agency with Chris Peña, our chief of technology. Nick is a passionate virtual reality and blockchain enthusiast versed in sales, finance, economics, and emerging technologies.

 

Thank you so much Dylan and good luck with your ICO.

For more information and to join the ICO please go to https://www.coinschedule.com/projects/1179/spectiv-ico.html

Alex Buelau
Alex has a strong background in software development, product and business management. He started mining Bitcoins in 2013 and since then has been involved in several blockchain projects. He participated in some of the the first ever ICOs. He built the official block explorers for two major cryptocurrencies and founded Coinschedule in 2016. Alex is on a mission to eliminate scams from this industry and make ICOs easy and safe.