Naviaddress is a unified digital ID for any place and object in real and virtual worlds
Naviaddress on the blockchain: pain points we solve
People without an address 4 billion people
- People with no address are unable to order on-line and experience social segregation, can be better served by their governments.
- Naviaddress platform shall provide verified by transaction and trustless postal and delivery digital addresses for billions of people worldwide with almost no cost. A user can create and own via smartcontract as many naviaddresses as he/she wants with no government involvement and within several minutes.
E-retail & delivery businesses USD billions waste
- Up to 20% and up to 80% of delivery addresses are not verified from the 1st time in developed and developing countries respectively. Mistakes in addressing also result in last mile navigation problem.
- Naviaddress platform shall provide trustless verified by transaction and geo coordinates precise ID of users’ locations for online and delivery businesses. Our solution will cut the waste drastically. Users can create and own via smartcontract as many personal and business naviaddresses as needed.
International tourism businesses Lost sales
- Local HoReCa and retail outlets are not authenticated for international tourists and expats, and remains largely inaccessible.
- Once on the blockchain, Naviaddress provides authentication and easy last mile navigation for local HoReCa and retail outlets. This is due to no language-specific – only digits, digital address, which is easy to find, share and communicate. Any business can create and own via smartcontract as many business naviaddresses as needed within several minutes.
Naviaddress – where we are now… from 2015
USD 2.5 M
angel and seed round in 2015-17
total unverified addresses in the system
business naviaddresses in the system
naviaddresses in the system
registered apps users (ios, android, web)
Digital addressing system for the 21st century
New addressing patent pending algorithm
Digital addressing system for the 21st century
Features and file format
The File Format
Postal and User Address
Types of naviaddresses – obtain postal or create and share custom
* Refers to location with a postal address
** Refers to any location or object on the planet
*** Short custom naviaddress, 1-5 digits
Testimonials and Use Cases
“There are 2 key advantages to the Naviaddress solution on blockchain. First, simplification of internal verification process: every point, every object can be assigned with its own digital address that we verify just one time. After that, it is considered ‘verified’ and does not require extra time for subsequent validations. Secondly, every pick-up point is given a short digital address, which is easy to share and remember. These measures improve internal efficiency of a logistic provider and create better customer experience.”
“We have lots of visitors from China. It is difficult to navigate them by phone calls or messages as they often do not speak or read English. With Naviaddress we do not have this problem anymore. We send sms with our Naviaddress. Everybody can read numbers. Our navicard has a detailed route from the metro station in multiple languages. Naviaddress helped us to solve the problem of the last mile.”
Naviaddress platform on the blockchain
Digitally verified, trustless location ID for users’ delivery / destination locations
Naviaddress platform value proposition
Naviaddress – digitally verified, trustless location ID for users’ delivery / destination locations
For on-line and delivery business there is no need to authenticate you and your same delivery addresses every time you buy/order online and spent money on each verification as it is now
Reduce uncertainty in transactions
Reduce overall waste in delivery chains from business to online/offline customer and from customer to customer
For international tourists – no need to waste time to authenticate local HoReCa and retail business
NaviToken – exchange medium and incentive
How do I get a NaviToken?
How is it used?
What’s the Incentive?
Sources of demand for NAVI
Key growth drivers by 2021 (as with short domain names for e-com businesses)
10s of millions
Online, shared economy businesses will demand for 10s of millions of naviaddresses
30 global partners by 2021
Build and run country level Business Development Partners Network for a deployment and global roll-out of subscription businesses for Premium naviaddresses. We plan to co-invest with the Partner in the subscription business.
300 MM NAVIs
The forecast – by 2021 c. 300 MM NAVIs (30%) of all issued NAVIs shall be burned for creation of the ecosystem and Partners Network.
Naviaddress value link with the real world
Example of intrinsic value per one premium (short) naviaddress
Price now @
TGE NAVI price
10 NAVI = USD 0.5
Potential rental price
in 1-2 years from TGE
USD 10 per month
value @ 10% cap rate
A Premium naviaddress can be bought after TGE for 10 NAVIs at TGE price of USD 0,05 and later leased out for USD 120 per annum. At 10% cap rate it will return USD1200 –intrinsic value.
Monetization through NAVI revenue
Premium naviaddresses (1 to 5 digits) – shall be sold through auctions. The platform shall retain the difference between auction price and nominal NAVI price (price-list) for the premium address. Price is paid by a user.
Custom/Standard address (from 6 to 18 digits) price shall be paid by the Platform for a user.
The platform shall also charge fees for:
- Auctioning of naviaddresses – secondary market
- Storing of content rich private metadata over certain storage capacity limit
The platform development roadmap
Types of naviaddresses
- 2017– Postal addresses– Addresses of locations– Addresses of stationary objects
- 2018– Mobile addresses of people– Mobile addresses of pets– Mobile addresses of transport– Mobile addresses of shipping containers
- 2019– Cryptoaddresses– Video addresses– In-game addresses
NaviToken offering terms – II
Allocated for ICO – 500 MM NAVIs
HardCap – USD 25 MM
NAVI price for all stages:
USD 0.05 per NAVI
BTC, ETH, fiat
Tokens allocated for differents sales phases
100 million NAVIs
sale from 2M NAVIs per contributor
29.01.2018 – 28.02.2018
400 million NAVIs
from 200k NAVIs to 2M NAVIs per contributor
29.02.2018 – 31.03.2018
min 1000 NAVIs per contributor
NaviToken distribution and use of proceeds
Total Tokens Issued: 1 BN
Total Amount for Sale: 400 MM
Sales total: $20MM
Token Price: ICO: $0.05 per NAVI
Token address: 0x588047365df5ba589f923604aac23d673555c623
Use of Proceeds (USD 20M)
Blockchain protocol development
Integration & partnerships
Marketing & PR
OPEX and otherexpenses
Token Distribution (1BN NAVI)
Allocated for building the addressing platform and ecosystem
Reserved by the company
Retained for current and future Management Team
The Pool of total unsold 500M NAVIs (the team, the company and the platform development reserves) is subject to the following lock-up restrictions during 36 months after the end of our ICO:
- 6 months complete lock-up: NAVI are gradually released for sale only upon expiration of 6 months following the end date of ICO;
- 30 months lock-up graduate release: NAVI are released for sale in 30 installments of 1/30th of the Pool on the 30th day following the last date of 6 months lock-up period and each of the releases thereafter.
More than just a great technological project, Naviaddress is also a team that works hard for the project.
Mikhail GamzinCo-FounderSerial entrepreneur with 30 years of experience
Managing partner in PE / VC funds
Dmitri MoiseevCEO, Co-FounderOver 17 years of experience in top management roles, including CEO position in Yota Devices EMEA
Vast practical experience in growth management, marketing and business development
Mikhail ZeleninVP, Product & Blockchain Architect14 years in software development for banking, e-commerce and blockchain products
EFiR (Interfax), Afisha.ru, OnlinePay Europe and China
Dmitri KhmelidzeCFOOver 18 years finance, corporate and start-up project management in FinTech
Swiss multi-family office, Volvo Construction Equipment
Dmitri SukhanovCTOVast experience in geoservices & mapping application design and software development
Lead developer in AdGuard
Andrey LiVP, Integration & Strategic Partnerships25 years in management consulting, investment banking, and project management with Bain & Co., Renaissance Capital, Citigroup, UBS, Rusnano
Alexander SobolevCommunity management Over 20 years HNWI, corporate and investment banking, in Swiss multi-family office, Gazprombank and Lukoil
Rostislav YavorskiyChief ScientistMore than 20 years in computer science, analytics and research management. Professor of Computer Science, Higher School of Econimics, Moscow
Elina YurinaVP of Business DevelopmentOver 15 years experience of business development & investments at different stages (seed/VC/PE), M&A, pre-IPO, IPO, fundraising, governmental relations.
Christophe DavidCFO, DomRaiderChristophe not only graduated from a business school with a degree in international
management but he also has a degree in accounting. During his career he has worked in
innovation businesses and consultancy as well as setting up of companies
In 1998, Christophe set up Zencod, a company developing hardware crypto accelerators,
which he sold to Thalès in 2004. Always motivated by highly ambitious entrepreneurial
challenges, his encounter with DomRaider was a natural. The enthusiasm was shared and
immediate. Always a leader, he is now the guarantor of investments and fundraising
Alexander BusarovWaBi co-founderFormer McKinsey & Co. consultant, Sales Director at a leading infant formula producer. Guided project development for Russia and China-based companies as an independent advisor. Graduate of the London School of Economics.
Ian ScarffeFounder of Binkplus As a leading entrepreneur, Ian is on a personal mission to develop a culture of entrepreneurship, helping startups achieve their full potential as well as helping to expand existing companies.
Sébastien BourguignonManager Conseil ITSébastien is a manager in an IT consulting firm and is a digital and blockchain expert. He accompanies his clients into their digital transformation and in their ICO or blockchain projects. Passionated by the digital, innovation and startups, he also created a blog to share actuality around those themes and developed the project #PortraitDeStartuper in which he involves startupers that present their feedbacks of their entrepreneurial adventures. Author of the white book «#80 PortraitDeStartuper» and of the book «Portraits de startupers – édition 2017» published at Maxima editions, he is among the most active and regular authors on Le Cercle, Les Echos, Siècle Digital or Le Journal Du Net
Fabrice CroiseauxCEO - InTech SAA graduate of the prestigious Centrale Lyon engineering school and the HEC business school. Fabrice is CEO of InTech, a subsidiary of POST Luxembourg specialized in IT consulting and custom development. Passionate about digital culture and innovation, Fabrice advises his customers on how to use innovative technologies to create breakthrough innovations. He is the facilitator of the blockchain working group of the Federation of Digital Trusted Third Parties (FNTC) in France and the Chairman of Infrachain Board of Directors in Luxembourg. With InTech, Fabrice has participated in several large-scale blockchain technology projects in France and in Luxembourg, including FundsDLT which executed the rst true purchase of nancial assets using blockchain technology. Fabrice is also the advisor of the Domraider ICO, one of the biggest French ICOs
Jean-Jacques QuisquaterCryptography ExpertJean-Jacques Quisquater is an invited professor of cryptography, multimedia security and secure circuits at the Ecole Polytechnique de Louvain, Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), Louvain-la- Neuve, Belgium, where he was responsible for many projects related to smart cards, to secure protocols for communications, digital signatures, payTV, protection of copyrights and security tools for electronic commerce. He was responsible for the well-known group «UCL Crypto Group» (composed of 8 PhD students and 8 postdocs in 2011, 2 professors). He is now scienti c advisor to this group. Jean-Jacques was the main designer for several coprocessors for powerful smart cards including CORSAIR (Philips) and FAME (Philips, now NXP). From 1986 till 1996 he vastly improved the speed of execution of cryptographic algorithms inside smart cards. He is co-inventor of a very well used cryptographic scheme, the GQ scheme, used by about 100 million client systems by Novell (NDS, netware) and 3 millions of servers
Nicolas CourtoisCryptologist, Senior Lecturer at University College LondonDr. Nicolas Courtois is a Senior Lecturer at University College London where he teaches about applied cryptography GA12 and cryptanalysis GA18. Nicolas research focuses on the security analysis of cryptographic systems with particular focus on realistic attack scenarios and systems used by millions of users every day. Nicolas’ Google scholar profile lists more than 100 papers with 7,100 citations in cryptography and his H-index is 36. A university team lead by Nicolas was given the UK University Cipher Champion in March 2013. Founding member of the group Code-Breakers at LinkedIn. Member of Editorial board of Cryptologia. Previously he was a crypto research engineer at Gemalto, the world’s largest manufacturer of smart cards and secure hardware. He has led more than 10 patents on practical applications of cryptography. He is an expert on security engineering, electronic payment and crypto currency. His blog is blog.bettercrypto.com
Jed GrantCEO PeermountainJed Grant, MBA, is the founder and architect of Peer Mountain (www.peermountain.com) and CEO of KYC3 (kyc3.com). He is adjunct professor at the University of Luxembourg where he lectures on KYC & AML/CFT compliance and a founder and director of Sandstone, a boutique business intelligence consultancy. His non-profit activities include founding member and executive vice-chair of The Institute for Global Financial Integrity, a board member and head of the Governance Group at Infrachain, and board member at the American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg. Prior to these activities Jed held senior positions in technology, finance and security related organizations including Artemis, the International Civil Servants Credit Union, Computacenter, and NATO.
Konstantin YakuninCo-Founder and CEO, Express Russian Mail ServiceKonstantin is co-founder and CEO of Express Russian Mail Service (ERMS, www.expressrms. com), a develop of cross-border delivery solutions for the distance-selling companies into the Russian Federation. ERMS services include transportation of the parcels from the distance-selling companies in Europe, USA, Asia; customs clearance; “last mile” delivery to individual customers in Russia. Before launching his own project, Konstantin held various top management positions in Ministry of Information and Communications; Russian Post; Boxberry Delivery Service. He was a member of Steering Committee of the Universal Postal Union (UPU), Advisory Council of the Commission for Energy, Transport and Communications of the Russian State Duma (Parliament)
Gilbert ReveillonCEO Mobile LOOVGilbert is CEO of Mobile LOOV specializing in Digital Transformation, IoT, Big Data, Wearable Technologies, Cyber Security, M2M, and Social Networks in North America, Europe and Asia. He coaches several startups and won «Innovation Awards» at CES, Las Vegas in 2014 and 2015. Gilbert is Associate Professor at Institute Mines (Telecom Sector). Gilbert was Managing Director in OSS & Virgin Group, Europcar International and held top management positions in Royal Bank of Canada and Evian Danone Group and LaSer (part of BNP Paribas)
Gleb DavidyukManaging Partner, iTech CapitalGleb has almost 20 years of private equity experience in both Western and Eastern European private equity funds. Prior to founding iTech Capital (BitFury (the leading Bitcoin Blockchain infrastructure provider and transaction processing company) is among the fund’s portfolio companies) Gleb spent 5 years (2005-2010) as a Partner with Mint Capital, midsized Scandinavian private equity fund. Before that Gleb worked for more than 5 years (2000-2005) as Managing Director at Alfa Capital Partners, where he was also one of the co-founders. Gleb Davidyuk has gained valuable regional investment experience from four years work (1996 — 2000) with EBRD-sponsored private equity fund managed by Quadriga Capital
Gleb graduated from the Yaroslavl State University with Ph.D. in Finance (2000). Graduated Executive MBA at the University of Chicago GSB (Booth School of Business, 2010)
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