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The Future of Advertising Intelligence
Token sale completed on 31 March
Goal: 3 360 000 USD
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SaTT tokens will be used to govern advertising transactions between advertisers and publishers, thanks to Ethereum’s SMARTCONTRACT technology, SaTT tokens will make transactions faster, safer and less expensive. Thanks to the Smart Contract SaTT, an advertiser can easily create advertising campaigns whose conditions of participation and results will be stored in decentralized distributed registers (blockchain) The SaTT Smart Contract works in a decentralized and distributed manner. The blockchain will include all current offers that allow any API or platform to perform operations, whether creating as part of an adbuilder, posting to make an ad directory, or as an oracle, for example by providing the necessary statistics to validate and quantify the transaction. The advantage of such a Smart Contract is to gather market offers in a decentralized database, to set the rules that apply to advertising contracts and to automatically trigger payments once the transaction is performed. The SaTT is a «token utility» based on the blockchain that allows exchange of advertising and audience payment. The SaTT is regulated by a Smart Contract which lists advertising offers in the Ethereum blockchain, sets the conditions for participation in campaigns, quanti es the success of campaigns, and guarantees the nal remuneration. The Ethereum blockchain means the system is fast, inexpensive, safe and versatile. The aim of the project is to make the distribution of rewards on the internet traf c market more equitable by removing all the constraints induced by centralized intermediaries.

Token Sale: 01 May — 31 March
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