Tokens Sale-Market problems & risks

Fundraising mechanisms such as token sales are becoming more popular and many startups, companies and founders are considering doing this. With the funds from the token sale, the teams can implement their visions and projects. In most cases, the topic of blockchain, cryptocurrency and smart contacts is in the foreg­round. With the help of this new technology, our common future should in some ways be better, safer, simpler, faster, more anonymous and, above all, decentralized.

However, this new method of fundraising is not subject to any real guidelines or regulations. Such methods, some of which are unregulated, also create many fraudulent campaigns. After the token sale, projects are not  realized or the companies or the founders disappear from the scene. Essentially, the token sale participants are cheated out of their money. Therefore, it is particularly important to make a token sale as secure and transparent as possible.

In addition, almost all startups, companies and founders often face further problems in carrying out a token sale. Currently there are no standard solutions for token sales. In fact, almost everything needs to be develo­ped from scratch for the project, from the landing page to the customized backend area. The smart contracts or tokenizing, which requires special experience in the field of development, is very complex. Even with ad­vertising campaigns, the team often cannot rely on standard solutions. As a result, many potential supporters only find out by chance about the token sale. Efforts to prepare a token sale inevitably lead to a doubling of time and resources.

Participation in the token sale is often problematic when companies accept only cryptocurrency rather than several different FIAT currencies. This affects especially companies and participants, who do not yet have a cryptocurrency in their own wallet or at least an active account, on an exchange that offers the purchase of cryptocurrency. Logging on to such exchanges often leads to longer and more complicated verification pro­cesses. And at this stage, further risks can still arise from the token sale. These are described in detail in the next chapter disclaimer.


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Risk Statement

Jibbit places a high priority on remaining fully compliant with all relevant laws in its home jurisdiction, Germany, and internationally. Jibbit discusses with the BaFin, the German Financial Supervisory Authority, to validate the Jibbit Token Sale as a legally compliant token instrument.

Additionally, Jibbit is engaging a tax advisor to perform tax work to ensure full compliance from a tax perspec­tive. The Jibbit team and its legal advisors continually review all potential legal risks associated with the JIB token sale, and will always ensure full compliance.

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The national and international regulatory framework of blockchain and distributed ledger technology, in ge­neral and related applications, is in the process of being clarified and might change. It is possible that the interpretation and application of existing laws and regulations may be amended or adapted and could also be subject to legislative initiatives at national and international level. Clarification of and changes to the regula­tory framework could adversely affect the JIB tokens without us having any influence on such developments.

This includes, in particular, the risk that acquired JIB tokens may not, or may no longer, be usable as originally envisaged due to regulatory restrictions, may become unusable and / or the Jibbit Marketplace platform may need to be adapted to the regulatory environment.

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Risks of Ethereum blockchain

Smart contract technology is still in its early stages of development, and its application is of an experimental nature. This may carry significant operational, technological, regulatory, reputational and financial risks. Thesmart contracts executed on the Ethereum blockchain may not be fit for purpose or they may contain flaws, vulnerabilities or issues which could cause technical problems or the complete loss of JIB tokens.

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A.  Changes in the conditions of the stock or cryptocurrency markets, as well as changes to the regulatory environment in the countries where Jibbit will conduct its business and business activities;
B. The risk that Jibbit may not be able to implement its business models and plans;
C. Changes in interest rate levels and changes in the exchange rates of legal tender and cryptocurrencies;
D. The future development of Jibbit;
E. Changes in customer preferences;
F. Changes in the conditions of competition under which Jibbit operates;
G. Other factors beyond the control of Jibbit.

Jibbit´s projects

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