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What is Crypto IGO

About Crypto IGO

Crypto IGO aims to disrupt the cryptotrading industry by lowering the barrier
to creating algorithmic trading models.

We built a platform for 
The crypto trading Industry

Cryptocurrency exchanges or digital currency exchanges (DCE) are businesses that allow customers to trade cryptocurrencies or digital currencies for other assets.

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What is Crypto?
How it works
Problems & Solutions


More than $40 million in assets were placed under restraint pending forfeiture, and more than 30
Liberty Reserve exchanger domain names were seized.


Different pieces of the new Internet are born as building blocks, but there’s no way for them to work together.

Even interoperating new technologies with old centralised resources can prove useful in making the paradigm shift from Web 2 to Web 3 happen. Now we own our data, we can prove that we own what we have and have created it on different platforms, but how do we put it together into a whole new cohesive framework.



Decentralized cryptocurrency is produced by the entire cryptocurrency system collectively, at a rate which is defined when the system is created and which is publicly known.

In centralized banking and economic systems such as the Federal Reserve System, corporate boards or governments control the supply of currency by printing units of fiat money or demanding additions to digital banking ledgers.

Documents, Terms & Conditions


Terms of service are rules by which one must agree to abide in order to use a service.
Terms of service can also be merely a disclaimer, especially regarding the use of websites.



A white paper is an authoritative report or guide that informs readers concisely about a complex issue and presents the issuing body's philosophy on the matter. It is meant to help readers understand an issue, solve a problem, or make a decision.

The initial British term concerning a type of government-issued document has proliferated, taking a somewhat new meaning in business. In business, a white paper is closer to a form of marketing presentation, a tool meant to persuade customers and partners and promote a product or viewpoint, White papers may be considered grey literature.

Since the early 1990s, the term "white paper", or "whitepaper", has been applied to documents used as marketing or sales tools in business.


Implementation Sheet

This is a list of cryptocurrencies. The number of cryptocurrencies available over
the internet as of 7 January 2018 is over 1384 and growing.

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Advisors in the platform

Digital currency is a money balance recorded electronically on
a stored-value card or other device. Another form of electronic money is network money.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Originally the term "FAQ" referred to the Frequently Asked Question itself, and the
compilation of questions and answers was known as a "FAQ list" or some similar expression.

KYC laws were introduced in 2001 as part of the Patriot Act, which was passed after 9/11 to provide a variety of means to deter terrorist behavior.

The section of the Act that pertained specifically to financial transactions added requirements and enforcement policies to the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 that had thus far regulated banks and other institutions. These changes had been in the works for years before 9/11, but the terrorist attacks finally provided the political momentum needed to enact them.

Thus, Title III of the Patriot Act requires that financial institutions deliver on two requirements to comply with the stricter KYC: the Customer Identification Program (CIP) and Customer Due Diligence (CDD).
Traditional Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checks are costly and overexpose user’ sensitive data.

Compiling, tracking, and storing massive amounts of data to be parsed out and reported to regulators in a timely manner is a costly exercise. The exercise is often duplicated by all organizations in a chain of custody, increasing the attack surface of sensitive data.

SmartIDentity controls the process of digitally making the record of which data has been shared, when and with whom. The verified data then enters a P2P secure digital ledger, accessible only to different permissioned parties. Our iBBT Ledger services cryptographically enable a singular area of permissions to attested claims, ensuring privacy and security protocols. 
By first verifying customers’ identities and intentions and then understanding their customers’ transaction patterns, banks are able to more accurately pinpoint suspicious activities.

Money-laundering and terrorist financing often relies on anonymously opened accounts, and the increased emphasis on KYC regulation has led to increased reporting of suspicious transactions—though this doesn’t necessarily mean there’s more bad activity out there, just better detection of it.

In 2014, more than 1.7 million suspicious activity reports were filed with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, 35 percent more than in 2013.

Regulations are becoming stricter, meaning financial institutions have to spend more money to comply with them—or be subjected to steep fines. These fines are also dramatically increasing: $4.3 billion in fines were levied against financial institutions in 2013 and 2014, a sum that quadrupled the fines of the nine previous years combined.

As an example, JP Morgan and HSBC were recently each fined $2 million for a failure to report suspicious activity.
"Know Your Customer" or KYC is an important term used by businesses and refers to the process of verification of the identity of the customers and clients either before or during the start of doing business with them. Banks, digital payment companies or any kind of financial institutions are now required by the RBI norms to have their customers KYC process completed before allowing them complete access to all services.

KYC is done as a precaution against illegal activities like money laundering, bribery or corruption. It helps the government and businesses keep track of such activities or suspect them beforehand. Apart from being a legal requirement, completing the procedure will also help you gain access to many of the financial company's premium products and get transactions done faster.
We require several documents as 'Officially Valid Documents (OVDs) for the purpose of producing proof of identity. Even when you already submit the KYC documents once, we can ask again as we are required periodically to update KYC records. This is a part of our ongoing due diligence on customer accounts.

Here is a list of documents that can be submitted as proof of identity and address;
  • Passport
  • Driving Licence
  • Voters' Identity Card
Our vision is to put trust back into banking by building tomorrow’s bank today.

iBBT: A standards-driven convergence platform to transition the digital economy from legacy banking to fluid, secure and Distributed Smart Trust, Fully Compliant and Global Open Banking Services. Purpose-built for the age of cryptocurrencies and real-world digital assets. The market demand for crypto-assets and applied blockchain solutions continues to evolve. This is a long-term trend against the backdrop of accelerated technological advancement and digital transformation impacting every sector. We believe we are at the forefront of market-driven financial technology innovation and banking reformation that will power commercial uses, growth of digital economies and emerging classifications of real-world digital assets. The opportunity to access global market share and offer new services for personal banking, merchant capital formation and commercial uses within a reformed concept of distributed trust and governance is substantial (USD $800+ Billion subsets of $2.1T SMB and asset management markets ). Moreover, interest is growing among some governments in creating digital versions of their fiat currencies as a blockchain-based legal currency to run in parallel with their traditional fiat currency. Sometimes referred to as Sovereign Cryptocurrencies, these prospective new forms of legal tender could offer critical “at scale” commercial and regulatory benefits as economies continue to digitalize. iBBT's Decentralized Banking Technology (DBT) combines blockchain and other hybrid DL Technologies to build a more robust, safe and nascent method for personal and commercial banking.
Answer: With GEO credits, a virtual budget can be built up, with which cryptos can be purchased directly.

A GEO credit has a value of 1EUR/USDτ ≅ 1. You can buy credits with cryptos or fiat or receive them if you sell crypto. There is no limit to the number of credits you can have in your account. Orders that are paid with GEO credits are processed immediately. GEO credits can also be paid in euros to a linked SEPA Bank account.


A GEO Credit is a unit of account 1 GEO = EUR/USDτ

   1USDτ= (Sum Total of US dollar buying power per State)/50
Answer: No, there are no costs associated with storing your cryptos in a iBBT wallet.
Only if cryptos are transferred to or from a iBBT wallet chain, a block fee must be paid. This fee goes to the miners who process the transaction and maintain the blockchain.
What are Network Fees?
Every time you send any cryptocurrency, from your address to another, you incur a Network Transaction fee or simply called Network fee. Making trades on exchanges also require fees for every buy or sell transaction.

The actual fee you pay will vary according to the network you use. For example, a Bitcoin transaction will have a different fee in comparison to transactions placed on the Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum or Litecoin network. There are even tokens that require a secondary or “gas” token to pay for the Network fees.

Why is there a need for Network Fees?
Mining is the process through which cryptocurrency transactions are gathered, verified and recorded into a digital ledger known as blockchain.

For proof of work blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum, the miners get block rewards. Block reward refers to the cryptocurrency rewarded to a miner when they successfully validate a new block. A block is composed of transactions that are already verified or confirmed by the miners, and they are chained together to form what we call a blockchain.

Proof-of-Stake systems usually uses transaction fees as a reward. When a validator gets chosen to forge the next block, it will check if the transactions in the block are valid, signs the block and adds it to the blockchain. As a reward, the validator receives the transaction fees that are associated with the transactions in the block.

The work done by miners and validators are essential for maintaining the integrity of the network and is also responsible for introducing new coins into the system. And that is why these fees are essential in order for a network to work smoothly.

iBBT does not collect any of the rewards or fees.

How are the Fees Calculated?

Fees can fluctuate depending on market demand and network capacity for confirmations. The amount you pay per transaction is determined by how much you’re willing to spend. The more you pay the faster your transaction is processed. For those who are paying less, their transactions are set aside until the miners do not see higher priority transactions.

Determining fees can be a bit of a challenge, due to the way Bitcoin works. The price you pay depends on a number of factors including the size in kilobytes i.e the amount of data that makes up the transaction. That’s why SegWit sends are generally cheaper: because you’re transmitting less data over the network.

Here are some sites that can help with calculating network fees:

https://estimatefee.com 99 - a Bitcoin Fee Calculator
https://ethgasstation.info 46 - site for tracking Gas fees on Ethereum Network

To make things simple, your iBBT wallet will always set the best transaction fee based on network congestion. This can still be manually overridden if the user wants to.
Basis points (BPS) represent a unit that is employed to measure interest rates and other financial percentages. It is very simple to calculate basis points using a very straightforward formula. A basis point is equal to 1/100th of a single percentage point. As such, it can be denoted as 0.01% or 0.0001 in decimal form.
Answer: We offer the most common payment methods, such as Credit/Debit Card and Ethereum. You can also pay with GEO Credits on our platform.

GEO Credits

At iBBT you can build up a virtual euro balance in the form of GEO Credits. One GEO Credit is approximately equivalent to one euro/usd. You can buy credits with a credit card or through the sale of ethereum.

Credit Card

Credit card payments are possible with a Visa or Mastercard that is linked to a bank account. A credit/debit card must be secured with 3DS and there is a limit of 1000 GEO Credits per payment. It is not possible to pay by prepaid credit card.
Answer: DARSA™ is a neutral, not-for-profit, global organization that develops and maintains the most widely-used digital assets and registry standards system in the world. DARSA™ Standards improve the efficiency, safety, and visibility of digital assets placed across the Blockchain(s). DARSA’s™ aim is to engage with communities of trading partners, industry organizations, governments, and technology providers to understand and respond to their business needs through the adoption and implementation of global standards.
Social currency is a term that's now used in the context of social media, but also encompasses the broader idea of basic social interactions, both online and offline. Social currency refers to the value that people have built up in terms of their interactions and their potential for social influence or success.

The Social Currency Wheel* is an alternative to the traditional brand funnel or customer decision journey. The Social Currency Wheel evaluates the impact of social behaviors of customers on social currency and three outcomes: consideration, purchase, and loyalty. Social currency indeed has become a really important concept. More than 2.56 billion social media users exist today.

*Source: Wikipedia
Social Money is a term that's now used in the context of social media users, it encompasses the broader idea of basic community money interactions, both online and offline. Social Money refers to the exchange value that people use in terms of their Network Society interactions, etc. Twitter or Blockchain related Social Media Networks.
Answer: (also known as a 1031 Exchange Accommodator)

An independent person, company, or entity that enters into a written agreement with the exchanger to facilitate the transfer of proceeds from the buyer of the relinquished property to the exchanger and from the exchanger to the seller of the replacement property to effect a tax-deferred exchange under IRC Section 1031.
iBBT enables general access control to a stack of decentralized utilities, smart identity provision for regulatory auditing, and consumption of certain financial services; including, on-net conversion to digital asset purchases/swaps or secure custody in a corresponding Open Banking Marketplace (OBM).
iBBT Utility Tokens* can be transferable. Tokens used in the iBBT Network can be used as Social Money to pay for premium content or for other services. Tokens may also be used by iBBT network publishers for promotions or rewards.

*Disclaimer: This information or any information of the iBBT Utility Token1, FCS or FCT does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy an iBBT Security "Common Stock" or Convertible Fractional Token "CFT" to the Public or anyone who does not have a direct relationship with iBBT. Alternatively, the iBBT Tokens can be used as Rewards, Merchant Discounts, or Social Money within iBBT Network Society.
The popular cryptocurrency and blockchain system known as Ethereum is based on the use of tokens, which can be bought, sold, or traded. In this case, "tokens" represent a diverse range of digital assets, such as vouchers, IOUs, or even real-world, tangible objects. In this way, tokens are essentially smart contracts that make use of the Ethereum blockchain.

One of the most significant tokens is called ERC-20, which has emerged as the technical standard used for all smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain for token implementation.

One of the most significant tokens is known as ERC-20, which has emerged as the technical standard used for all smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain for token implementation.

ERC-20 defines six different functions for the benefit of other tokens within the Ethereum system. These are generally basic functionality issues, including the method in which tokens are transferred and how users can access data regarding a particular token.
A Token Swap Fund (TSF), is an arrangement between concentrated shareholders of different companies that pools tokenized shares and allows an investor to exchange his or her large holding of a single stock for units in the entire pool's swap portfolio. Swap funds* provide investors with an easy way to diversify their holdings while deferring taxes from capital gains.

Note: A Swap Fund should not be confused with exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which are mutual fund-like securities that trade on stock exchanges.

Disclaimer: This information or any information of the iBBT Utility Token1, FCS or FCT does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy an iBBT Security "Common Stock" or Convertible Fractional Token "CFT" to the Public or anyone who does not have a direct relationship with iBBT. Alternatively, the iBBT Tokens can be used as Rewards, Merchant Discounts, or Social Money within iBBT Network Society.

1Members must conduct their own investigation of the merits and risks of any current of future token offer opportunity, or tax advice.
iBlockchain Bank & Trust Technologies Co. is an American based Florida For-Profit Corporation.
Most state laws allow companies to do away with paper stock certificates. Paper certificates can be easily lost, stolen or destroyed. They are inefficient to hold, protect, and trade and they are expensive to issue and replace. Direct registration shares cannot be lost, stolen or destroyed so you avoid the significant cost and effort involved in replacing lost, stolen or destroyed certificates.
How to buy Tokenized Stocks on iBBT.io. The trading process on iBBT.io is very straightforward. As a user, you set up an account and deposit your fiat or crypto. You then select the buy option for the tokenized stocks you want to purchase, currently only iBBT Fractional Convertible Shares are available, we expect or any other privately traded companies to participate in the future.
DRS is a form of stock ownership commonly referred to as "book entry." It is a safe and efficient way to keep track of your shares. Your shares remain registered in your name and are issued, transferred and sold electronically without using a paper stock certificate. DRS also allows for the transfer of shares between authorized issuers and broker dealers without the use of paper stock certificates.
iBlockchain Bank & Trust Technologies Co., has authorized 10,000,000 Common Stock in Digital PDF form. - our authorized capital stock will consist of 5 types of Common Stock. Class A common stock, Class B Redeemable common stock, Class C Non-Voting Ordinary stock, Class D Non-Cumulative Preference stock and Class E Fractional Convertible Stock.

Disclaimer: This information or any information of the iBBT Utility Token, FCS or FCT does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy an iBBT Security "Common Stock" or Convertible Fractional Token "CFT" to the Public or anyone who does not have a direct relationship with iBBT. Alternatively, the iBBT Tokens can be used as Rewards, Merchant Discounts, or Social Money within iBBT Network Society.
A Fractional Convertible Token or ('FCT'), is the natural progression of a paper common stock (share) that has been converted into a digital share in the form of a pdf and a ERC20 digital token respectively. All three assets have a 1:1 direct relationship and a continuity in the chain of custody of the asset issued by an organization. The FCT is issued under the guidelines and restrictions of a Distributed Autonomous Corporation (DAC) according to its Corporate Governance

Disclaimer: This information or any information of the iBBT Utility Token, FCS or FCT does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy an iBBT Security "Common Stock" or Convertible Fractional Token "CFT" to the Public or anyone who does not have a direct relationship with iBBT. Alternatively, the iBBT Tokens can be used as Rewards, Merchant Discounts, or Social Money within iBBT Network Society.
Yes, you can convert your iBBT Tokens held in ERC20 Blockchain form into book entry Fractional Convertible Tokens. The conversion ratio is 1 FCT1 : 10000 iBBT Tokens

1(Some restrictions apply, KYC/AML Required)
A Fractional Convertible Share or ('FCS') is a classification given to a common stock under a corporate governance. It still maintains all the regulatory requirements give to a security under the Securities and Exchange and US State Law. The renaming nomenclature expands the direct relationship of a common stock issued in a digital pdf form and the natural evolution of the same digital asset to take a new digital representation in the form of Blockchain ERC20 Token. Both the FCS and the FCT have a 1:1 parity and a continuation of the chain of custody respectively.

Disclaimer: This information or any information of the iBBT Utility Token, FCS or FCT does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy an iBBT Security "Common Stock" or Convertible Fractional Token "CFT" to the Public or anyone who does not have a direct relationship with iBBT. Alternatively, the iBBT Tokens can be used as Rewards, Merchant Discounts, or Social Money within iBBT Network Society.
A DAC-Token is a governed ERC-20 smart contract that can represent ownership of securities. It is compatible with all existing wallets and exchanges that support the ERC-20 token standard, but it overrides the existing ERC-20 transfer method to check with an on-chain Corporate Governance Service for trade approval.
An accredited investor, in the context of a natural person, includes anyone who: a) earned income that exceeded $200,000 (or $300,000 together with a spouse) in each of the prior two years, and reasonably expects the same for the current year, OR b) has a net worth over $1 million, either alone or together with a spouse (excluding the value of the person’s primary residence).Click here for information, or details on Accredited Entities.
Restricted securities are securities acquired in an unregistered, private sale from the issuing company or from an affiliate of the issuer. They typically bear a "restrictive" legend clearly stating that you may not resell them in the public marketplace unless the sale is exempt from the SEC's registration requirements.

Rule 144 allows holders of restricted or control securities to sell those securities in the open market provided certain conditions are met by the seller, the broker and the company. Restricted Securities. In general, restricted securities are acquired in a nonpublic transaction (private placement).

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Answer: Dematerialization (DEMAT) is the move from physical certificates to electronic bookkeeping. Actual stock certificates are then removed and retired from circulation in exchange for electronic recording.

How Dematerialization Works

With the age of computers and the Depository Trust Company, securities no longer need to be in certificate form. They can be registered and transferred electronically.

Through dematerialization, so-called DEMAT accounts allow for electronic transactions when shares of stock are bought and sold. Within a DEMAT account, the certificates for stocks and other securities of the user are held as a means for seamless trades to be made.

The introduction of dematerialization allowed for accounts to be updated automatically and swiftly.

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