Automatic Downtime CompensationBy turning service level agreements into smart contracts, Stacktical helps online service providers offer reliability guarantees to their community, while automatically compensating users for performance failures, downtimes and unresponsive customer support. A service level agreement or "SLA" is a contract that defines the quality of service users should expect from their providers and ways to settle disputes when the agreed quality is not met.
- Project TypeToken
- Platform Ethereum
- Circulating SupplyNone specified
- Total SupplyNone specified
- Max Supply10,000,000,000
- Primary SectorInfrastructure
Wilhem holds a MSc in Computer Science. He has a 10 year experience in
distributed software architecture, software development and product
management. He previously founded a Tag&See, a Big Data startup specialized in social
media monitoring and sentiment analysis. He started getting involved with the Blockchain in 2015, by experimenting with chaincode development in IBM Bluemix, one of the legacy components of the now Hyperledger consortium.
JeanDaniel holds a MSc in Computer Science. He is a Google Certified
Architect with 10 years experience in System Administration, IaaS, High
performance tuning and Cloud Architecture. He has been one of the first OpenStack and Kubernetes administrators in Asia. He started getting involved with cryptocurrencies in 2014, when he applied DevOps automation principles to the deployment of Litecoin nodes.
Aurelie’s international experience as a Lawyer and IP expert took her across 3 continents before she accepted to join Stacktical as our Operations Officer. After passing her bar exam in Paris, she worked on developing strategies against IP law violations, piracy and counterfeiting. After moving to Canada, she gained valuable experience negotiating trademark disputes and infringements, as well as passing off and drawing up contractual papers. Now, she is in charge of Legal and Communications for Stacktical from our Tokyo office.
Yosra’s strong skills and experience in blockchain architecture are essential in ensuring the flawless execution of Stacktical’s collection of smart contract. Coming from web3js background, she was drawn to blockchain developing smart contracts for ICOs, leading the full cycle through coding, writing, testing and auditing. She worked on a number of successfully interactive projects and has joined the Stacktical team from Paris to boost the execution of Ethereum-based service-level agreements.
Martin is a blockchain and full-stack developer, specialized in building proof of concepts, prototypes and minimum viable products for startups and corporates. His greatest passion is using newest technologies along with his knowledge of mechanical and software engineering to build awesome things that impact our daily lives. He has created a number of useful products, including a decentralized platform for solar energy industry, and solutions promoting outdoor activities and physical exercise. He will be running full-stack development of smart contracts for Stacktical from Amsterdam, assuring we meet the needs of our users, promoting user-friendly online services that make an instant impact.
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2. Upcoming token offeringsNo upcoming token offerings
3. Past token offerings
|Stacktical Pre-Sale||19 Nov 2018||31 Dec 2018|
|Stacktical ICO||15 Jan 2019||15 Mar 2019|
|Stacktical||01 Nov 2018||31 Mar 2019|
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