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LaborCrypto ICO
Ticker: LBR
ICO start: 2018-08-01 00:00:00
ICO end: 2018-09-30 05:00:00
Price: 1 LBR = 0.0005 USD
Bonus: 1
Tokens: 60,000,000,000 LBR
Tokentype: ERC20
Hardcap: 22,000,000 USD
Softcap: 2,000,000 USD
Platform: Ethereum
Distributed: 60%
Minimum: 0.01 ETH
Accepting: ETH, BTC

LaborCryptoTM is a light touch administrator in a people-powered freelance work ecosystem. Their algorithms match users with other users to hire and promote freelance work. LaborCrypto is the next iteration of ChoreReliefTM, a platform that streamlined gig economy match-making. LaborCrypto is using that experience and applying the power of blockchain smart contracts to decentralize corporate power structures and give more economic power to the freelance workers and those who hire them.

We, at LaborCrypto, think differently and believe in challenging the status quo and giving power to freelance workers. And the way we do that, by connecting people from all over the world regardless of having a banking system or not, and allowing the freelancers to keep all of their earning and getting it immediately.

They believe in sacrificing the numbers to save the people, and the way we are doing that, by sharing half of our ads and fee collected revenue with our users.



Disrupting the Disruptors – How LaborCrypto will Empower Freelancers Around the Globe to Finally Be Free.
In the last several year’s blockchain technology, and the immutable digital ledger system it offers, has caused massive disruption in the financial industry and beyond.  At the same time, there has been a virtual explosion of online freelancing sites, giving millions of freelancers across the globe access to billions of customers, and creating a vast and growing new economy, the Gig Economy.
Blockchain technology started with Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency, but was quickly proven so valuable as a digital ledger that it was soon adopted to many other industries, including pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, shipping and so forth.  Infallible and immutable, blockchains are the perfect ledger system.
Freelance platforms, including UpWork, Freelancer, Fiverr, Etsy, RedBubble and more, tapped into the communication power of the world wide web and the convenience of mobile devices, connecting sellers with buyers worldwide.  Unlike blockchain technology, however, freelance websites are far from perfect.
The Problem(s) With Freelance Websites
If you ask the average freelancer, working on one of the various platforms, what they perceive as the biggest flaws of said platforms, they will usually refer to 5 major problem areas that cause them to suffer financially, as well as causing negative consumer responses.
Problem #1- High Service Costs and Fees
On average, freelance platforms take 22% of the selling price of every Gig sold. On Fiverr, for example, they take 20%, or 1 out of every 5 dollars the freelancer (the ‘seller’) earns. Many of these platforms also charge the customer (the ‘buyer’) a fee to use the platform (or ‘ecosystem’).  Some ecosystems even take a fee when a seller gets paid a ‘tip’, a practice that’s illegal in the United States and other countries.
Problem #2 – Delays Getting Paid
If high fees weren’t bad enough, freelance platforms also force sellers to wait for their earnings, sometimes up to 2 weeks. These delays are mainly caused by the traditional financial system, although some platforms also tack-on extra waiting time, creating extra financial stress for millions of freelancers.
Problem #3 – Inflexible User Experience & Processes
Here’s a problem area for both buyers and sellers. For sellers, the inflexible sales processes used by virtually every freelance economy force them to waste hours of valuable time every day. These same processes waste the time and energy of the buyers as well, who are forced to rely on outdated review systems to evaluate sellers and their respective offers.
Problem #4 – Lack of Banking Access
Although a problem not suffered by all sellers, roughly 40% of the freelance community has either little or no banking access, making it much more difficult, and costly, to receive their hard-earned income.
Problem #5 – Loyalty Issues
Possibly the biggest problem freelancers face with all ecosystems is this; inequity between the platform and the creators. The single reason that freelance platforms exist is due to buyers and sellers, but neither are given financial thanks for this fact, causing many to come and go far too frequently.
5 Major Problems – 1 Complete Solution
LaborCrypto will merge Blockchain Technology, AThey and the power of the people to disrupt the freelance economy, solving all 5 of the aforementioned problems while opening up even bigger doors to freelancers around the world.
The great news is that, as we speak, LaborCrypto is in its pre-sale stage, making it the perfect time to invest in our ICO.  Click the link below to do that, right now, and get in on the bottom floor, before the value of LaborCrypto goes through the roof.
Also, for more information, today on how LaborCrypto will revolutionizer the freelance market and to invest in their mission during their PRESALE/ICO which will begin July 1st,.


April 2018: Expansion of development team
and strategic consultants to enhance
execution plan based on milestones.
May 2018: Token Created and Smart contract Audited�. Begin development and
file Reg D
Jul 2018: Pre-sale
build Advisory team and partnerships
Aug 2018: ICO Crowed Sale
and further ramp up marketing
File licensing and government regulatory applications Reg A
Sep 2018: Token Distribution
Oct 2018: API & SDK build for LBR Token to be used on affiliate platforms (starting with ChoreRelief)
1Q 2019: Initial alpha and beta testing of the freelance platform
2Q 2019: Finalize platform & start transacting
and expand international biz dev team
3Q 2019: Build & Launching of mobile apps.
4Q 2019: Establish local offices in multiples countries�+�the launch of education & training partnerships
1Q 2020: On-going platform improvements and enhancements Ecosystem development.
End of 1Q 2020: Launch complete API & SDK library for implementation of LBR as a form of payment on other freelance or gig platforms[1]


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Steven Young Attorney and Blockchain Entrepreneur/Advisor Steven Young photo 3.7
Adam Cisek VP of Operations Adam Cisek photo 3.7
Tarik Khribech CEO/Founder Tarik Khribech photo 3.7
Jeff Krantz Strategic Advisor Jeff Krantz photo 3.7
Prabu Dass Strategic Advisor Prabu Dass photo 3.7
Vinodh Vemireddy Data Governance & Controls Advisor Vinodh Vemireddy photo 3.7
Meryem Khribech Director global procurement Meryem Khribech photo 3.7
Rengaraj Senior blockchain and web developer Rengaraj photo 3.7
Gokul Ram Senior Blockchain developer Gokul Ram photo 7.8
Karthi Lead full stack web developer Karthi photo 3.7
Sabar Saran Senior full stack web developer Sabar Saran photo 3.7
RaviChandran Web developer RaviChandran photo 3.7
Suvedha Web developer Suvedha photo 3.7
Mythili Palanisamy Web developer Mythili Palanisamy photo 3.7
Radhika R Senior Quality Analyst Radhika R photo 3.7
Ananda Kumar UI/UX developer Ananda Kumar photo 3.7
Devendran Radhakrishnan Technical Lead Devendran Radhakrishnan photo 3.7
Sunil N Senior Sunil N photo 3.7
Vidhya Kalyan Manager (Quality Assurance) Vidhya Kalyan photo 3.7
Xavier Babu CTO Xavier Babu photo 3.7
Lepanto Fernando Team Lead Lepanto Fernando photo 3.7
Tim Mayeur Advisor Tim Mayeur photo 3.7
Danny Johnson Advisor CEO Pinkcoin Danny Johnson photo 3.7

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