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ChainZilla (ZILLA)

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Blockchain as a service

ChainZilla is a company that streamlines blockchain development and deployment. It allows companies and individuals to launch blockchains, decentralized applications, and initial coin offerings with minimal effort. Our goal is to become the standard for Do-it-Yourself blockchain deployment and managed blockchain services. We offer blockchain solutions for Komodo, Ethereum, Nem, and Qtum.

  • Category Infrastructure
  • Websiteico.chainzilla.io
  • Project Type Token
  • White PaperOpenOpen White Paper
  • PlatformKomodo Komodo
  • Bitcoin TalkOpenOpen Bitcoin Talk
  • Jurisdiction Saint Kitts and Nevis
Tags
Finance
Start Date
January 1st 2019 12:00 UTC
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End Date
March 31st 2019 12:00 UTC
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Restricted Countries
Australia
China
Panama
Singapore
United States
Tokens for sale
5,000,000

ChainZilla Token Distribution

  • ICO5,000,000 ZILLA45.00%
  • ChainZilla Fund4,000,000 ZILLA36.00%
  • Airdrop (phase 1)1,000,000 ZILLA9.00%
  • Airdrop (phase 2)1,000,000 ZILLA9.00%

Milestones

  • Jun 2018

    Establish company

  • Jul 2018

    Sign our first ICO Contract

  • Jul 2018

    Begin Agama Wallet Redesign

  • Oct 2018

    Launch Wallet Beta Test

Questions

Why is your company going to succeed?

ChainZilla is the first company of its kind in Latin America. We offer end-to-end blockchain solutions for enterprise and startups. Additionally, we have the support of blockchain projects such as Komodo and NEM. Together we will offer our clients the most efficient and reliable blockchain solutions in the region.

Where did your team members meet originally?

Most of our team met in various meetups in Europe and Latin America. We also work closely to projects like Komodo and QTum.

What are the top five risks you see for your business?

One of the most critical risks for our business model is lack of regulation in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. However, we believe that governments will see the benefits of implementing these technologies that appeal to a younger and more technological generation.