BASE.INFO team has interviewed Sperry Kong the CEO of Enzed Share project. We have asked the most topical questions to get acquainted with the project and to learn the future plans of the Enzed Share team.
Please welcome, Sperry Kong.
Please describe your company/project in 2 sentences.
A revolutionary community owned Waste to Wealth ICO. We create economic value of plastic waste by processing them in our award winning patented Plastic waste management system.
Why did you decide that blockchain should be the basis of your project?
Blockchain enables trust, governance, consensuses and accountability in our business model.
Why did you launch the ICO? Was it the only option to collect the funds?
We launch the project as an ICO because of it's unique feature to provide our community a chance to participate in minimizing plastic pollution through a community funding to build and execute our plastic waste management system to be replicated globally.
Briefly describe your team. Why these people became the engine of your project?
Our team are passionate about bringing a better change to the world by making waste as a resource instead of dumping it in the landfill.
What are the main centerpiece and the highlight of your project? What will attract the investors' attention?
Making plastic waste as a resource and lowering the carbon footprint of Crypto currency mining.
What are your thoughts about ICO marketing? Can it be really effective due to all the restrictions and other phenomenas?
As a community business, we are very careful with unnecessary spending as the funds are pooled from the public.
Why is your project better than your competitors?
Our system holds a patent and the inventor himself is part of our management team in this ICO.
What are the major ways of monetization for your project?
Waste to Wealth!
Which markets are the most attractive for you right now? Do you take in consideration the USA and other countries with the legal restrictions for the crypto crowdfundings?
Our communities are those who are passionate about making our world a better place to live in so that we do not drown in plastics for our future generations. However we do not encourage participants to take part if their countries legal restrictions are imposed on them.
Describe your project in 3 years? Will it change something in the world?
Plastic pollution will be contained as people will value plastic waste as a resource instead of rubbish.