DocTailor initial coin offering (ICO)

DocTailor



DocTailor is a unique self customizing smart legal contract platform, that allows, lawyers, individuals and organizations to send and create legal tailor-made smart contracts and agreements on the blockchain without developer experience.Bridging the gap between the trillion dollar crypto economy market.

2.9
23 23 expert ratings
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Starts in 1 year ago
2018-05-03 - 2019-07-16
Token
DOCT
Type
ERC20
Price in ICO
1 ETH = 2700 DOCT
Platform
Accepting
Soft cap
1000000 USD
Hard cap
40000000 USD
Raised
0
ICO start
May 3, 2018
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About DocTailor ICO

Features
 
Clause Selection
Users are able to select from an unlimited database of carefully formulated clauses that have been precreated by legal professionals from various industries.
 
Merging Clauses
Selected clauses can be merged into existing document templates to alter and create unique tailor-made contracts, agreements or documents.
 
Document Structuring
Legal documents, agreements and contracts that require tailor-made structuring can be created in short time depending on the context of the document required.
 
Document Formatting
Documents created on the platform can be downloaded in a varity of formats for external use. Those formats include Word, HTML, XML and PDF.
 
Blockchain
All documents templates and structures have been checked over before being uploaded to the platform for the use of platform users. The templates are also held on the blockchain to maintain clarity and transparancey.
 
Tracking
Alerts are produced and sent to athours of the document to keep them updated.
 
Contract/Document Management
All documents, contracts and agreements created by users of the platform can be stored and managed online.
 
Smart Contracts
Users are presented with automated solutions to facilitate, verify, or enforce the negotiation or performance of a contract or agreement.
 
Authentication & Signing
The platform allows users to monitor the recipients particpartion where a document, contract or agreement needs a digital / electronic signature or any other form of authorization by a counter party.

DocTailor reviews

Abdul Rahman
Tech Entrepreneur | Crypto Trader | Blockchain Researcher | Finance Controller
Rated on Feb 9, 2018
4
4
4
3%

Interesting concept with a large experienced team.

Nathan Christian
Blockchain Technology Consultant
Rated on Jun 24, 2018
1
1
1
6%

No KYC this is a problem. Team has things that need to be explained. Information by other experts note that when you look at Companie House for the UK company there is a notice to strike off within 2 months from 12 June 18

Tyler Sanford
Blockchain & Marketing Consultant | Community Management
Rated on Feb 9, 2018
5
5
5
6%

Strong Team! Brilliant concept. Reminds me on legalzoom combined with the blockchain. I look forward to watching the progress of DocTailor. Good luck team!

P.B. Stanton Esq.
ICO Advisor | Securities & Banking law | Former US Marine JAG Officer
Rated on Jul 6, 2018
1
1
1
5%

No KYC. Industry noise has many red flags on this project. Social channels are negative. Other experts have noted detailed concerns.

This is very strange , the website states
DocTailor is a trading company of Zloadr Limited. Registered in the UK. Company number 08941832
When you look at Companie House for the UK company there is a notice to strike off within 2 months from 12 June 18
The director David Williams was registed at Companies House with DOB July 79 when initially appointed, a Darren Williams with same DOB was also appointed so it woudl be good to get confirmation that there are twins or it is unusual.
David Williams was then terminated and reappointed later with a change in DOB to dec 79.
Considering the above ack of clarity and possible striking off of the comapny and the poor quality of the white paper which gives no subsance in my view, I dont see this as a positive project at all with several risks. If they dont sort the strike off out then any funds raised to that daye will go to UK Crown

Knight Capital , the 'fund' that the founder states he has on Linked iN also just a UK shell comapny also due to be sruck off two months from 12th June and website empty.

Yaroslav Belkin
Ex Cointelegraph and NewsBTC Media Group | Founder and CEO at Belkin Marketing
Rated on Feb 10, 2018
4
4
4
2%
Purushotham Maralappa
ICO Adviser |Blockchain Community Manager | Business Analyst
Rated on Feb 12, 2018
4
4
4
5%

Experienced team with good view, adding a video makes vision clear.

Arthur Zubkoff
FinTech & Marketing Consultant
Rated on Feb 12, 2018
3
4
2
3%

Pros:
+ Great vision on utilising smart contracts for documents
+ Decent team (but half of the links to LinkedIn do not work)
+ Revenue sharing

Cons:
- No product demo (alpha coming only in Quarter 3, 2018)
- Project presentation could be more professional (e.g. content on website/whitepaper/ICO profile needs proofreading)
- Whitepaper is too focused on research instead of the idea itself; similar to HotDocs

Igor Karavaev
ico advisor and investor
Rated on Jun 24, 2018
1
1
1
6%

The KYC failed, should be a reason? Poor attention of the team to icobench ratings or some changes in the project? Altogether seems the project has become unactive, social channels are poor as well.

James Sowers
Ico adviser
Rated on Feb 14, 2018
5
5
5
5%

The next evolution in blockchain!
DocTailor along with sagewise disrupts legal industry

Maksym Vysochanskiy
Founder of ICOExpert | Appsmoment | Blockchain Advisor
Rated on Feb 15, 2018
5
4
4
2%
Reinhard Berger
CEO Pecunio Blockchain Technologies
Rated on Feb 17, 2018
4
4
4
4%

+ clear vision
+ good team set up
+ relatively low hard cap

- business case not 100% convincing
- low hype factor

an average 4.0. recommendation

Ovidiu Oancea
Ovidiu Oancea
Rated on Feb 18, 2018
4
4
3
2%

Good luck with the project!

Toomas Allmere
CFO TLDR Agency
Rated on Feb 21, 2018
5
4
2
4%

Blockchain technology seems to have a bright future. It is used by more and more enterprises and governments to perform many different tasks. Blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies are able to create an efficient, secure and fool-proof system with sufficient room for automation. Experts say that smart contracts and blockchain will have a strong impact on various industries in the nearest future. However, the incorporation of blockchain technology and smart contracts is very challenging due to several factors. They have a lot of advantages, but without the required knowledge and specialists, the key benefits of these technologies get lost. There are not so many developers in the market and creating unique legal smart contracts is both time-consuming and costly, particularly for users with no developer experience or little understanding of how to receive cryptocurrency or utilise blockchain technology. The solution can be found in the DocTailor platform that has been designed to solve the problem through provision of an automated legal contract database which can be used to create growth and development opportunities. DocTailor is aimed at lawyers and legal professionals, businesses in all industries, and individuals, with an easy-to-use interface. The DocTailor project is expected to benefit users through the provision of more than 10,000 legal clauses, the ability to merge clauses into existing document structure and integrated tracking options which can make it simpler for businesses to monitor recipient action. The platform will utilise its own DOCT tokens as the sole designated means of payment, giving users access to DocTime where they can use a selection of features and clauses to create their own smart contracts.
The DOCT token will be an ERC20 token and the 500 million tokens that are created is the only amount that will be made ever. The initial token launch will start on March 31, 2018.
There is a clearly defined and understood business model but the technical mechanism of blockchain needs to be explained in more detail. The DOCT token has a clear economy and its use in the project’s ecosystem is justified.
However, for such a complex and ambitious project it might be surprising to learn that WP is only 15 pages long. For the time being (February 20, 2018), I found that WP is not a comprehensive document, one cannot find some essential information in it. For example, how the tokens will be distributed, what percentage of stakes the developers or presumed advisors have in the entire budget. I couldn't either find the information regarding fundraising caps. Is there an escrow system or will they be using a smart contract with multiple signature wallets? I suppose, the automated legal document platform should be described in a more detailed way showing all possible features and functions.
The website is neat and well presented, translated into many languages like Arabic, Bulgarian, Estonian, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese and a lot of others.
The site presents a professional core team of 8 members and 10 experienced advisors with extensive crypto, legal and financial knowledge of the blockchain sector. A brief bio is displayed with every photograph and all persons have a link to LinkedIn profiles. Though the DOCT ICO is developed by such an amazing team, its current presence across the Social Media is not adequate. The number of participants in the Telegram chat - 142 members, Twitter - 1710 followers, Facebook - 172 followers, Linkedin - 9 followers. These numbers are not particularly remarkable, it highlights the need for more work on the ICO’s part.
All in all I like the idea. I believe that the team will be capable to launch the DocTailor platform and the project will be successful.

Massimiliano Vurro
Executive in Exponential Technology Development
Rated on Feb 23, 2018
4
4
4
1%
Vasily Sumanov
ICO advisor, Economy researcher
Rated on Feb 26, 2018
4
5
4
2%
Artem Kharchenko
Advisor, IT entrepreneur, information security expert.
Rated on Feb 26, 2018
5
4
3
3%

An ambitious idea, a good team, but a weak WP

Irina Nikitina
ICO Advisor
Rated on May 13, 2018
3
4
3
2%
Paul Mears
ICO investor, cryto trader
Rated on Jun 24, 2018
1
1
1
6%

This is very strange , the website states
DocTailor is a trading company of Zloadr Limited. Registered in the UK. Company number 08941832
When you look at Companie House for the UK company there is a notice to strike off within 2 months from 12 June 18
The director David Williams was registed at Companies House with DOB July 79 when initially appointed, a Darren Williams with same DOB was also appointed so it woudl be good to get confirmation that there are twins or it is unusual.
David Williams was then terminated and reappointed later with a change in DOB to dec 79.
Considering the above ack of clarity and possible striking off of the comapny and the poor quality of the white paper which gives no subsance in my view, I dont see this as a positive project at all with several risks. If they dont sort the strike off out then any funds raised to that daye will go to UK Crown

Knight Capital , the 'fund' that the founder states he has on Linked iN also just a UK shell comapny also due to be sruck off two months from 12th June and website empty.

Luca Cotta
Icodriver...expert launching ICOs, Influencer, IT expert.
Rated on Jun 24, 2018
1
1
1
6%

Red flag ICO.

DocTailor is a trading company of Zloadr Limited. Registered in the UK. Company number 08941832
When you look at Companie House for the UK company there is a notice to strike off within 2 months from 12 June 18


ICO KYC Report FAIL

and many other red flag, like no transparency, no product etc...

I suggest do not invest.

Dr. Rex Yeap
IP Blockchain inventor | Serial ICT inventor | Angel Investor | Quant | Educator | Meditator
Rated on Jun 27, 2018
1
1
1
4%

F1. I would like to invite Sam and Dominic to redo the currently failed ICOBench KYC again.

F2. Whitepaper is among the skimpiest one that I have seen - only 12 pages (taking out the cover and table of contents). Pls redo and add in more content, in particular the solution section.

F3. Do also add in the relevant references & in-line citation (at least 10)

F4: What is the token lockup/vesting period for the team members?

F5: What is the token lockup/vesting period for the advisors?

F6: What is your smart contact address?

F7: (a) Is your funding wallet multi-sig? (b) Who own the keys to unlock the funding wallet?

F8: What's your github address?

F9: You did not mention about your competitors. Would like you to do a feature matrix comparing both the similarities and differences of your competitors.

F10. DocTailor is operating under which company - would appreciate if you could share with us (a) name of the company, (b) company website, (c) company registration number, (d) date of registration, and (e) country of incorporation.

F11. Who are the directors of F10(a)?

F12. A rather large number of members (over 27,000 as of 24 June 2018) Telegram group, in it's https://t.me/joinchat/GZaHXQ-Bbr7xnrNmjX4zIA.
However, how many of the members are (a) bounty hunters (b) for airdrops

F13. I will revise my ratings after receiving further responses to above questions & the ICOBench KYC.

Brian Condenanza
Entrepreneur | Editor @ RevistaBitcoin | ICO Advisor
Rated on Jul 3, 2018
2
3
3
5%

KYC failed, which tends to be a red flag. Also, I am not sure why this is a company within Zloadr, since both products aren't similar and this is a new ICO.

Although, the legal contract platform would be very successful if the team can deliver.

Ismail Malik
ICOCROWD Editor-in-Chief - Blockchain + Strategic ICO Advisory
Rated on Jul 3, 2018
1
3
4
4%

From the first look it seems to be a nice project with good vision, qualified team and good product. The only thing is that KYC on the ICObench platform is failed and it's really good case how that feature is useful and may save investors money. Thus i cut my rating by all three parameters.

PlumBot
ICO Analyzer Bot
Rated on Sep 2, 2018
0
0
0
13%


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DocTailor ICO price

Price in ICO

1 ETH = 2700 DOCT

DocTailor (DOCT) crypto

DocTailor coin

DocTailor token
DOCT
DocTailor type
ERC20
DocTailor platform

DocTailor (DOCT) value

Tokens for sale
300000000

DocTailor investment info

Accepting
Distributed in ICO
60%
Soft cap
1000000 USD
Hard cap
40000000 USD

DocTailor whitepaper

DocTailor team

Apply as an advisor

Sam Enrico Williams

Founder and CEO

Dominic Brown

COO

Alexandrine Masse

Senior Legal Officer

DocTailor milestones

1
January 2018

WePower idea

2
Q3 2017

WePower idea

3
Q4 2017

WePower idea

4
Q4 2018

WePower idea

5
March, 31st 2018

WePower idea

6
Q3 2018

WePower idea

7
Q4 2018

WePower idea

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