Gilgamesh (GIL) Overview
Gilgamesh is a knowledge-sharing social platform powered by Ethereum smart contracts and blockchain technology.
|Total tokens||1 GIL = 1 USD|
|Start of ICO||15.01.2018|
|End of ICO||25.03.2018|
|Initial price||1 GIL = 1 USD|
|Total tokens||60 000 000 GIL|
|Hard cap||12 500 ETH|
|Soft cap||1 250 ETH|
The potential of project’s business model is high: Ethereum-based knowledge sharing platform really allows to solve the problem with copyright infringement.
Gilgamesh distributes only a quarter of the tokens, the distribution of shares in the company doesn’t depend on the number of tokens sold. The project has an attractive bounty program: it’s going to place 1% of all tokens trough the campaign.
The market chosen by Gilgamesh grows enough slowly and is already saturated with large players. There’re some strong competitors, including blockchain - based projects as well as well - experienced large publishing companies.
The project team consists of experienced specialists supported by strong team of advisers. Team members have a sufficient experience in the field of Blockchain, software development, business operations, law and product management.
Mahdi Pedram - Founder and Software Architect. Experienced software developer, UI Architect, and Ethereum Smart Contract Developer.
Atefe Mosayebi - Software Engineer & Project Manager at Gilgamesh, TMT specialist at Tehran Urban & Suburban Railway operation Co.
Ali Rasekh - Director of Operations & Security Manager of the project.
Mo Vahedi - Product Manager, Solution Delivery Lead at Gilgamesh. SDLC expert with a background in Computer Science and Software Development.
Mohammad Amoozegar - Blockchain Data Analyst at Gilgamesh.
The only one real valuable partner of Gilgamesh is Cashaa, founded by one of the Gilgamesh’s announced advisors - Kumar Gaurav. This platform is already ranked among the top 100 Blockchain companies in the world.
Gilgamesh is actively promoted through social networks and has a lot of followers, but a general marketing strategy after the launch of the project is insufficiently disclosed, the ways to achieve company’s goals are not specified.
During the analysis, the only one risk associated with the market was identified.