Rise

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Description

Rise is a Germany-based software company developing sophisticated algorithmic trading technology using the latest artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) systems. Its algorithms have proven to outperform major markets in recent years. Investors typically excluded from the consistent profits multi-billion-dollar funds made by using algorithmic trading will now be able to access the same cutting-edge technology regardless of their investment level – via the Rise Security Token Offering (STO). Rise’s STO will introduce the RISE (RSE) security token, which will provide a long-term passive income stream for token-holders, derived from various revenue sources. Investors will be entitled to a 20% share of all algorithm licensing revenues. They will also receive regular returns from Rise trading algorithms. A further boost will be seen in the form of profits earned by leveraging RISE tokens with third-party lenders. All holders of RISE (RSE) will receive quarterly dividends from each of these revenue sources, resulting in a well-balanced, long-lasting regular payout via the Ethereum blockchain.

General
ICO Dates
01 Sep 2018 - 30 Nov 2018
Whitelist / KYC
KYC
Country
Germany
Ticket
RSE
Token Type
ERC20
Available for Sale
Financial
ICO price
1 RSE = 1 USD
Accepting
ETH, BTC, Fiat
Tokens for sale
119,000,000
Team
Stefan Tittel
CEO
Michael Morsch
CFO
Robert Gold
CTO
ADVISORS
Volker Rofalski
Advisor
Andreas Perreiter
Advisor
Urs Keller
Advisor
  • 1
    Q1 2012

    Start of Quantumock.

  • 2
    Q3 2014

    First Algorithms go live.

  • 3
    Q4 2017

    First Crypto Algos live.

  • 4
    September1, 2018

    Website & Campaign Start.

  • 5
    November1, 2018

    Start of public STO.

  • 6
    November30, 2018

    End of public STO

  • 7
    Q1 2019

    Launch full app version including all RISE trading features.

  • 8
    Q2 2019

    Scale neural networks/AI machine updates for added crypto signals.

  • 9
    Q3 2019

    Integrate complex blockchain signals (e.g. liquidity flows.)

  • 10
    Q4 2019

    Launch expanded set of statistical approaches (e.g. Barabasi, Estrada, etc.)

  • 11
    2020

    Increase complexity with more “telegraphy signals” and game theory approaches.