First celebrity management platform on blockchain
TokenStars is the first celebrity management platform on the blockchain, providing advanced tools and incentives for deeper interaction between stars, fans and advertisers. Having successfully started with the ACE token sale for tennis ($4.9M+ raised as of the sale end date!), TokenStars has enhanced its team with top-notch experts and stars to launch the TEAM token: Lothar Matthäus, Gianluca Zambrotta, Valery Karpin (football), Tommy Haas, Robin Söderling, Cedric Pioline, Anastasia Myskina (tennis), Nikita Kucherov (hockey), Alexander Anter (poker) and Rico Torres (Hollywood) are among the famous celebrities supporting TokenStars.
Designed as a toolkit, the TokenStars platform consists of 12 integrated modules grouped in 4 layers by function:
- crowdfunding, enabling prospective talents to raise funds;
- infrastructure, providing the community with tools for key activities (scouting, voting, betting);
- fan community, allowing celebrities to grow their social capital and offering fans higher involvement;
- advertising, delivering smart and transparent data as well as engaged audiences to brands for more efficient promotion campaigns.
As a utility token, TEAM will be used in most of the interaction activities powered by the TokenStars platform, including repayment of agency commissions from advertisers and supported talents, providing incentives to fans and external agents for finding promising talents (scouts) and for promoting celebrities (promoters), making betting bids, participating in the voting polls, getting access to exclusive offers from celebrities, and so on.
TokenStars develops its platform on the blockchain to make it transparent and verifiable, create a powerful global community, ensure lower money transfer costs and faster transactions with no need in a third party, as well as to eliminate middlemen in and bring more transparency to the celebrity management industry.
Based on a proven business model, TokenStars is lead by an experienced team with background at Groupon, Leo Burnett, Evernote, Rambler&Co and Mail.Ru Group. It is supported by blockchain advisors Tomoaki Sato (Starbase), Wulf Kaal (University of St. Thomas), Edgar Kampers (Qoin) and Nicolay Danilov (Decentralized Systems).
The first module of the TokenStars platform was launched in December 2017, powering the Crypto Xmas Charity Auction to which many worldwide famous celebrities donated their personal items with signatures.