Delivery of confidential and commercial documents have been relied on physical mailing in the previous decades. Authpaper Delivery uses blockchain to provide a peer-to-peer platform to deliver confidential data with unforgeable delivery records and recipients authentications. Authpaper Delivery is also a platform for users to issue document with unforgeable certifications and this protection works even on the physical document copies.
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Authpaper Limited has provided software solutions to Hong Kong companies since 2016. We have created a certificate stamping solution for a gallery to add anti-forgery solution on their certificates of authenticity. We know about the mailing business well. Authpaper Limited also partner with Unissoft Technology Hong Kong Limited and Yiu & Associates Solicitors to create an e-document blockchain signing solution which allows users to circulate and sign a document, all signatures are certified by solicitors and signing records are stored on blockchain. We have done something similar before, but not that deep. The idea is original and no one has done before and it really solves a big problem on document and data mailing.
Solon founded the company. He met Alex in an exhibition in 2016 and Alex decided to join the company and use his 20+ years of experience to accelerate the company growth. Derek is a friend of Alex, Solon and Derek met for a football information project and hence worked together for some projects. Derek joined us on 2018. Lawrence Chiu is working for an investment fund and know about Authpaper in 2018. He think the project has great potential in China and Global and decided to join us in mid 2018 to help on the business connections.
1) This ICO cannot raise enough funding to support the development and marketing, we need to seek funding support and it will delay the project. 2) Coins related law in Hong Kong is similar to that of Singapore, which allows sales of Utility tokens. However, Hong Kong government is unclear about they will change its policy to fit the Mainland China law. In that case we need to move to Singapore. 3) No enough Manpower to deliver the project, we now only have three technical people, Solon and two programmer. We need to employ more people to develop the project on time. 4) Health of management team, as we are small companies, if anyone of the management team is sick and cannot work for some days. The project will have unexpected delay. 5) Late response time, the response to interested parties is too slow. It is because normally the questions are about technical and require Solon to prepare the answer.