1st Decentralized App to offer you to pay services with crypto. Contribute to this innovative project, a breakthrough in the cryptocurrency’s daily usage
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Softcap (Pre ICO & ICO) $7M
ConnectJob’s ICO will take place in two major steps which are the Pre- ICO and the ICO, as described below. Of the 300,000,000 tokens initially issued by ConnectJob, only 195,000,000 tokens will be available for the Pre-ICO and ICO sale, the difference being kept as a reserve for the team, advisors, partners and ConnectJob community.
More than a fundraising, we are launching our ICO to create an ecosystem around our token and run ConnectJob as a decentralized platform
Using a blockchain is cryptographically secure - the ledger is distributed across all nodes in the system making hacking near impossible. All of the solidity Ethereum smart contract code used for the token sale and vault account was fully audited by SmartDec, a firm specialized in Smart Contract Security Audit.
No single authority has control, the network cannot be distorded or manipulated by a single controlling authority. No middleman.
Scale economy through decentralization leading to significant decrease in ConnectJob’s fees
Alpha Version, ConnectJob App
Creating the PoC of the mobile app.
Launch of the ICO
Launching the first auto-regulated ICO.
Building an ecosystem: integrating with and contributing to existing decentralized services.
Beta Version, ConnectJob App
Testing the app in Odessa, Ukraine with dozens of jobbers.
Community and sharing values
Creating a community and sharing values through CJT Token.
Decentralization process completed
Network will ultimately operate independently.
Jonathan Gueron is the co-founder and CTO of ConnectJob. Jonathan is responsible for the Blockchain and technology departments at ConnectJob, which includes managing all the team of developers.
Yoni Assouline is the founder and CEO of ConnectJob. Yoni Assouline is in charge of the marketing development notably deploying the application worldwide and ensuring the day-to-day business activity.
Beni is a serial web entrepreneur and cumulates 15 years of experience in management and business development, digital strategies, media sales, buying and optimization.
Alexander has started his programming and IT career when he was a student, working on several freelance projects and teaching himself the basics of programming and Linux system administration.
Jeremie Berrebi is the founder of Magical Capital (2015), an investment house with a specific focus on High Tech companies all over the world. Prior to create Magical Capital, Jeremie co-founded Kima Ventures in 2010 with the self-made billionaire founder of Free, Xavier Niel, France’s biggest independent ISP.
Simon is a co-founder and managing partner at Scalene Partners, an independent fundraising boutique located in Paris. All founders have previously worked at Rothschild & Cie as members of the Global Financial Advisory team, specializing in large capitalization M&A operations.
A partner at an American law firm, Hubert de Vauplane has worked for more than 30 years in the banking and financial sector, both as counsel and as a trader. Before becoming a member of the Paris Bar in September 2011, he was the Legal Manager of the financing and investment business at BNP Paribas, then the Legal and Compliance Manager at Crédit Agricole.
Marc is an advocate for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency and a strong believer in technology’s ability to improve the world. Marc is the founder of BitcoinChaser.com, and is a bitcoin enthusiast since 2013, he also operates various Bitcoin websites and projects.
Throughout his 20-year career in telecoms, Mr. Ali Kassab has been a tireless innovator and technology enthusiast. His early experiences at Orange, Orascom and Ooredoo shaped his later business ventures – including international sales, ICT, blockchain and advisory services – in the Middle East.
Testuyuki is one of the most influential pioneer in the Japanese Bitcoin community with over 37,000 followers on Twitter. His blog (doublehash.me) has become the most popular Bitcoin blog in Japan.