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About Telescopia(CYRS)

What problem does Telescopia solve? (or: what human need does it satisfy?) and how exactly does it do so?

1. Telescope usage is limited to 12 hours a day and 6 months a year due to season changes.

2. Lack of opportunities for telescope owners.

3. High cost of high-end telescopes, equipments and accessories that photographers, students, schools

and limited budget universities cannot afford.

4. The difficulty involving telescope purchasing and the inability to try the equipments capabilities before purchasing.

How is the idea monetized? How do the token holders profit?

The provider has to hold a certain amount of CYRS for every telescope they incorporate in Telescopia.

The quota has to be registered in the smart contract, which is attributed to the rate of . The quota is designed in order to ensure the payback period of

which is practically the telescope year in one physical location as the rest of the year the weather forecast and sky clarity will be in doubt. Thus attracting those providers who are ready for a long-term cooperation.

To purchase a quota, the provider invokes the tokenQuota(amount) function of the smart contract and enters the desired amount of tokens as an argument. The indicated amount of tokens is locked and may not be used by the token holder for selling, leasing or any other purpose described in this document.

The token holder is eligible to modify the amount of locked tokens at any moment by invoking the

tokenQuota(amount) function with the new number of tokens. The provider can empty the holding

account and set it to 0.

When the user places a request for new session by invoking the enterQueue(sessionType) function of

the smart contract, providers are selected depending on the holding amount in the smart contract, which should be more than adjusted with the capacity factor over the years. The capacity is

described in the financial section of this document.

Team

Telescopia's team members.

Ahmed el Desouki

Ahmed el Desouki

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

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Osama Shehata

Osama Shehata

Chief Information Officer

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Roadmap


 
March 2018 Developing Telescopia Idea
June 2018 Solving Telescopia Technical Challenges
August 2018 Finalizing and Testing Telescopia Financial Model and Marketing Strategy
September 2018 Finalizing and Reviewing Telescopia White Paper
Octobar 2018 Telescopia Announce
January 2019 Pre-ICO Launch
Mid Of January 2019 Pre-Sale Launch
February 2019 Object Observation MVP Development
April 2019 ICO Launch
June 2019 ICO End
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Tokenomics

Token Info

Available tokens: 51.7% Price: 1 CYRS = 0.19 USD Soft Cap: 4,800,000 USD Hard Cap: 29,600,000 USD Buy with: ETH, USD Platform: Ethereum Location: egypt

Other Info

MVP/Prototype: No Escrow: Yes Category: Science

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What problem does Telescopia solve? (or: what human need does it satisfy?) and how exactly does it do so?

1. Telescope usage is limited to 12 hours a day and 6 months a year due to season changes.

2. Lack of opportunities for telescope owners.

3. High cost of high-end telescopes, equipments and accessories that photographers, students, schools

and limited budget universities cannot afford.

4. The difficulty involving telescope purchasing and the inability to try the equipments capabilities before purchasing.

How is the idea monetized? How do the token holders profit?

The provider has to hold a certain amount of CYRS for every telescope they incorporate in Telescopia.

The quota has to be registered in the smart contract, which is attributed to the rate of . The quota is designed in order to ensure the payback period of

which is practically the telescope year in one physical location as the rest of the year the weather forecast and sky clarity will be in doubt. Thus attracting those providers who are ready for a long-term cooperation.

To purchase a quota, the provider invokes the tokenQuota(amount) function of the smart contract and enters the desired amount of tokens as an argument. The indicated amount of tokens is locked and may not be used by the token holder for selling, leasing or any other purpose described in this document.

The token holder is eligible to modify the amount of locked tokens at any moment by invoking the

tokenQuota(amount) function with the new number of tokens. The provider can empty the holding

account and set it to 0.

When the user places a request for new session by invoking the enterQueue(sessionType) function of

the smart contract, providers are selected depending on the holding amount in the smart contract, which should be more than adjusted with the capacity factor over the years. The capacity is

described in the financial section of this document.

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