Kepler Technologies aims to create a worldwide marketplace where robot, artificial intelligence, and other high-tech start-ups can connect with interested investors who are ready to fund projects. The platform will utilize algorithms to offer people investment opportunities via tokenized assets that are backed with tangible assets like land, high-tech lab equipment and other products.
The continued development of artificial intelligence and robotics has placed society in the midst of a major technological revolution. Technology of all types has become inseparable in the daily lives of billions of people, but continued innovation and development is usually centralized in the hands of a few major companies that control the lion’s share of the market.
The Kepler marketplace will help spurn on technological breakthroughs as new and modern advancements receive funding in a transparent manner. Aside from the creation of robotic and AI solutions to different problems, another goal for Kepler is the creation of a decentralized distribution system that shares wealth and profits to users in an even manner.
The team has also acquired 550,00 square meters of land in the country of Georgia to use for infrastructure concerning the design, production, and testing of robots.
The KEP token is an ERC20 token that will be used on the platform to invest and access the Kepler platform. Investors who buy tokens will be able to see how they have been used. Tokens can also be used to buy robots, licenses, AI subscription services, and products that are associated with partnership ventures.
Kepler’s pre-ICO is currently scheduled from May 22nd until June 6th. The ICO is currently scheduled to start on June 26th and run until July 17th. The team says there will be a maximum supply of 100,000,000 KEP tokens that will be priced at $1.25 each, with a total hard cap of $62.5 million.
Presale: May 22, 2018 – June 6, 2018
Token Sale: June 26, 2017 – July 27, 2018
Price: 1 KEP = $1.25
Available Tokens for Sale: 61,000,000
Token Supply: 100,000,000
The company has received a significant amount of attention from those in the cryptocurrency world. Investors contributed about $2.7 million dollars through the project’s Community Building Stage.
The Kepler Technologies team is well-built out and has been very active in attending and contributing at various blockchain meetings and conferences across the world. CEO Giorgi Topuria is an experienced start-up investor in Georgia and has worked on blockchain solutions for companies in the country. Advisors include Norbert Radoki, CEO of Bitcoinist.com and Reuben Godfrey, co-founder of the Blockchain Association of Ireland.
Team members have partnered with entities like Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency and LimeHk, a Hong Kong-based start-up acceleration. The project has received high ratings from several ICO review websites, including ICO Bench (4.9), Track ICO (5), and ICO Bazarr (AA).