Token Sale starts January 22 | 12:01 AM PDT

GUARDIUM is a token for a new global public safety utility.
It provides an economic framework for distributed emergency response to the four billion unbanked people worldwide with no 9-1-1.

Featured:

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Winner:

Winner

The Guardian Circle App & Intelligence Grid

Guardian Circle decentralizes emergency response through mobile, voice and wearable devices to flash-organize protection. By utilizing friends, family, neighbors, paid semi-pro and professional responders, Guardian Circle creates greatly faster and richer response to urgent situations.

The emergency grid needs an update: us.

Timeline

JAN
22
18
Token Sale Begins
MAR
22
18
Final Distribution of Coins and Wallets to Token Sale Participants
NOV
01
18
Final release of apps with Guardium Protection Contracts
FEB
28
16
Launch Guardian Circle apps worldwide on iOS, Android, Alexa. Launch Open API and XPRIZE Partnership.
FEB
22
18
Token Sale Ends
JUN
01
18
Beta release of apps with Guardium Protection Contracts
JAN
15
19
Worldwide Expansion Push

Token Sale Details

Guardium Token Sale Diagram
Token Supply: 100M

Guardium is a proprietary new token that is resistant to the 51% attack. It has its own stand-alone blockchain, so it is not subject to increasing transaction congestion produced by other tokens. Guardium powers the global, decentralized 9-1-1 public utility of Guardian Circle.

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Marketing & User Adoption Bounties
Marketing & User Adoption Bounties
Technology
Technology
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Early Contributors and Advisors
Early Contributors and Advisors
Team
Team

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The Guardium Team

Advisors


William Mougayar
(Token Summit)
Crystal Rose-Pierce
(SENSE)
Miko Matsumura
(Evercoin, Partner: Pantera Capital)
Ken Brook
(MetaX / AdToken)
Michael Terpin
(CoinAgenda, Transform)
Fred Kruegar
(Troopcoin)
Richard Titus
(Samsung, BBC, ARK Advisors)

Legal


  • Perkins Coie

Investors


Michael Terpin | Jason Calacanis | Falkora | Eric Pulier | John Valenti

CEO

Mark Jeffrey | Founder & CEO

Mark Jeffrey is a serial entrepreneur and author. He has co-founded five internet companies (three exits) and written eight books, including the Max Quick series (Harper Collins). Three times, he has conceptualized and built consumer products that generated millions of registered users in the first year.

Most recently, Mark founded Guardian Circle, an app that lets friends, family and neighbors protect one another (GuardianCircle.com). He is also an early pioneer of crypto-currencies, having published two of the first books on Bitcoin: BITCOIN EXPLAINED SIMPLY (2012) and THE CASE FOR BITCOIN (2015).

His previous companies include The Palace (backed by Time Warner, Intel and SoftBank; sold to Communities.com in 1998 with 10 million users), ZeroDegrees (a business social network sold to InterActiveCorp / IAC in 2004 with 1 million users) and ThisWeekIn (co-founded with Kevin Pollak and Jason Calacanis). He was also the founding CTO of Mahalo / Inside.com (backed by Elon Musk, Sequoia, Mark Cuban and others). Mark also consulted for several years directly for Travis Kalanick, now CEO of Uber, on his first company Red Swoosh.

Mark's first book, MAX QUICK: THE POCKET AND THE PENDANT, was published in hardcover and ebook by HarperCollins in May, 2011. It was initially podcast as a series of episodic mp3's and received over 2.5 million downloads.

Mark Jeffrey holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire. He is a TEDx speaker and was a featured speaker at the very first Harvard Conference on the Internet and Society.

CEO

Chris Hayes | Founder & CTO

Chris Hayes started his career building web applicationss for the aerospace industry in 1998 whilst still attending public highschool. Chris lays claim to architecting one of the payment industry’s first HRIPSP platforms in 2007 generating over $35,000 daily within two months of launch.

Chris lead a team at Davita healthcare (Fortune 200) in web application architecture replacing legacy systems realizing $1.5M/year in savings. He also lead engineering and architected ThisNext.com’s pivot to Glossi.com

Chris created and co-hosted The Smoking Tire and Hooniverse Podcasts with collective audiences in excess of 200,000 listeners per week in aggregate accounting for over 50M downloads as of August 2017. To date both podcasts remain at the top of the automotive media world earning consistent spots in the top 5 podcasts on iTunes in their vertical

Additionally Chris founded ShoutEngine.com, the first highly scalable podcast publishing platform with detailed analytics, serving over 4M uniques a month and 7M episode downloads/month. Chris is also a co-founder of IDK Events, a web based event management/planning platform, generating over $4M in first year revenue alone.

Chris served as an advisor to the Gablit.co event search platform and exited via sale to Events.com in 2013 and currently advises Intake.me in Venice CA and Tak.app in Santa Monica CA.