Hi, @Emerson. Thanks for your interest in this project.
We haven’t entered into strategic alliances before the ICO.
We started financing the project with our funds and we hoped to raise the capital we needed through the ICO.
We have some businesses really interested in our projects that already contacted us for the use of our tokens as payment method and to list some products on our shop.
It is scalable.
It depends on how big the customers are.
We need to raise enough to be listed in few more exchanges and to raise some funds to better promote the Angry Panda project.
We already contacted many exchanges and we need approximately 1.5 BTC - 5 BTC to be listed in each small/medium exchange. We could be listed in 12 good exchanges at 40 BTC, but we would be satisfied to be listed in just a couple of good exchanges at the beginning - so let’s say we need 5-7 BTC.
We also need a few tens of thousands of dollars to better promote our project and cover some costs. This is an indicative list of how the distribution of funds should be:
- 95% Reserve provision, to support the value of the Angry Panda tokens and guarantee our repurchase at almost the whole issue price
- 5% to finance the project:
- Team expanding, contributors
- Listing costs on exchanges
- Marketing: market growth, promotion, airdrops and bounties, community
- System development, technology infrastructure & complementary technologies
- Indirect costs: legal, office
- Other costs
Keep in mind that, since we reserve 95% of the funds raised to support the price of our tokens, to guarantee the repurchase price to our investors, we only gets 5% to cover our needs. This means that if we theoretically need 10 BTC, we have to raise 200 BTC.