Bitcomo: A Platform for Partner Marketing Has Started Pre-ICO

Published on 01 Nov. 2017
Online marketing

Bitcomo is a decentralized advertising network for the partner marketing, built on the blockchain technology and perfectly suitable for online advertising. Bitcomo will work on the CPA principle (cost-per-action), and the use of blockchain will make this model open and transparent.

Benefits of Using Blockchain in CPA Network

Bitcomo is an experienced player in the field of partner marketing and owns such successful products as AdNow, PayClick, AdSniper, and one of the most successful CPA networks AdCombo. Understanding the existing mechanisms of the functioning of advertising networks, the company has shifted focus to the innovative technologies, namely cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.

The benefits of using blockchain are obvious. Due to the fact that any statistical data (clicks, leads) are written into the blockchain, where they are kept unchanged, all wishing, in particular, advertisers and publishers, can view them anytime, which creates a new level of cooperation. Such lead generation becomes especially attractive because of the transparency of every action and possibility to review all transactions. That will eventually help businesses to reduce advertising expenses and spare costs.

One more important point of using CPA model in blockchain network is the background of smart contracts for the business processes. It excludes time delays, the risk of the manager’s mistakes, loss of information during its transferring, and significantly reduces the fee for every transaction.

MetaHash and BM Tokens

To support a blockchain network, MetaHash nodes, built on the Ethereum, will be used. This private network is notable for high productivity and effectiveness; it can transfer big datasets due to the upgraded conception.

The cooperation with investors and users will be carried out through the token store MetaHash, integrated into the platform. Investors will be able to buy and sell BM tokens for cryptocurrency and fiat. BM tokens (Bitcomo Marketing Token), released due to the ERC20 standard of Ethereum blockchain, will serve as the main currency for advertisers and partners after the ICO, i.e. will be used to pay for advertising orders, click monetization, banners views in Bitcomo network. Also, they can serve as a source of passive income after the end of the investment period.
At the moment the talks are held about adding BM tokens to the listings of Bittrex, Coinone, and Huobi exchanges.

ICO and Token Distribution

170 million of BM tokens are released, 72% (122.4 mln.) will be sold out, 8% is assigned for the bounty-program, 9% will go to the consultants, and 11% is reserved for the project team.

During the pre-ICO, which has been running since October 28, 24.48 mln. tokens will be sold out for 30 cents per 1 BM. 50% (12.24 mln.) of them will be sold with the 25% bonus and the rest – with the 15% bonus.

The main round of ICO when the biggest part of tokens (97.92 mln.) will be offered for sale, is starting on November, 10 and is going to last during a month. More details can be found on the оfficial website of the project, or in the White Paper.

Disclaimer: this is a sponsored story; it does not provide any recommendations on investments.

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