Imagine being able to invest in the domain name system back in the early days of the internet…
TNS does for blockchain what DNS did for the internet.
DNS was a simple solution to substitute long strings of numbers and
punctuation that had previously been used to access websites. Instead
of an IP Address, 184.108.40.206, using DNS you could just type
WSJ.com. Although the concept was simple, DNS was a revolutionary
catalyst for the widespread adoption of the World Wide Web.
Since the creation of DNS, the number of globally registered domain
names has eclipsed 350 million. The owners of those names pay a nominal fee on an an annual basis to retain the exclusive right to those
addresses. The DNS market is now an essential IT industry that grosses
over $6 billion per year in revenue.
Blockchain transactions are non-reversible. If you send cryptocurrency to the incorrect wallet address, that money is lost forever. Believe it or not, millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency have been lost this way as a result of simple, inevitable typos.
Similar to DNS, the solution for this non-trivial problem is a user-friendly naming system that can replace the cumbersome blockchain wallet address format. That solution is called Crypto Names.
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The way Crypto Names work is very similar to how human-readable domain names were created to replace having to use a number-based IP address for web destinations.
TNS provides an API for public and public decentralized servers called Zone Servers located in strategic locations around the world. Zone Servers provide the data needed for wallets, apps, exchanges, etc., to convert a TNS Crypto Name back into an actual alpha-numeric cryptocurrency public key address. These functions are all hidden from end-users.
TNS makes available a simple API for developers and merchants to use the data provided for crypto name lookups, data channel functions and analytics.
Mr Corsi has over 30 years experience in software development. He was instrumental in the development of the world wide web in the early 90’s. He served as one of the original INAIC Council members, which helped to draft many of the internet top level domain protocols. He has operated 2 of the worldwide DNS root servers from the early 90’s.
Sheri has been a software developer for over 20 years, working for several fortune 500 firms. Her expertise in problem-solving and developing solutions to automate the process has been her strong point. She is vastly experienced with several programming languages which include PHP, Coldfusion, and MySQL. She has been a huge asset to the company.
Chris has over 20 years experience with programming in many languages. He has led major development projects for many large companies. He leads development for server infrastructure and backend API systems.
Thomas has been an entrepreneur, capital markets leader and fintech innovator for over 30 years. He is the founder and CEO of DealBox.
Charles Voltron has founded 3 successful tech ventures, is a blockchain technologist, coder and C-level technical leader with over 17 years of experience.
Charles has been actively involved in the blockchain industry since 2015 as a developer and technical team leader.
He has held the roles of CTO and technical advisor for several blockchain ventures with a focus on technical strategy, cryptoeconomics/product development, and software architecture.
Jerome Conlon is former Director of Brand Planning and Marketing
Insights for Nike, Inc., Vice President of Brand Planning,
Consumer Insights & Category Development for Starbucks Coffee
Company, Senior VP of Marketing and Program Development
Research for NBC Entertainment, and has been a professor of
economics at Gonzaga University.
Jerome is the author of Soulful Branding – Unlock the Hidden
Energy in Your Company and Brand (FutureLab Press 2015) and
the soon to be released Brand Bridges – Connecting BusinessModels with Positive Consumer Experience (Futurelab Press 2019)
DealBox is a blockchain business accelerator and crowdfunding platform.
Corsi develops an interest in the need for meaningful, multi-purpose digital identities, spurred on by the adoption of blockchain technology.
Proof of concept code for the core functions of Digital Name Service is completed and transitioned into alpha testing.
Corsi and the team conduct customer discovery interviews which yield strong evidence of demand for user-friendly blockchain wallet addresses.
Infrastructure deployments and additional security testing. Early adopters begin purchasing Crypto Names.
Dealbox’s Thomas Carter brought on as an advisor.
DealBox engaged for security token offering and go-to-market strategy.
Digital Name Service integrated into the Dealbox security token offering workflow. Offering details, investor relations and branding commence.
Branding expert Jerome Conlan brought on as Marketing advisor. Finalization of go-to-market strategy and security token offering launched.
The tokens are backed by something tangible like tangible assets, profits, or company revenue.
STO investors are investing with the expectation of receiving future cash flows, dividends, or voting rights directly tied to the security being issued.
Because they derive their value from actual securities, security tokens are considered investments, which means additional regulatory and reporting requirements for the issuing entity.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of the day and year in which the Recipient chooses to access the file TNSv1.7.pdf from this website.
Token Name Service Inc.
By: Frank Corsi
Signed via electronic signature