Nothing herein constitutes legal, financial, investment, business or tax advice in any jurisdiction and you should consult your own legal, financial, tax or other professional advisor(s) before engaging in any activity in connection herewith.
By purchasing, holding and/or using INFLOW Token, you acknowledge and agree that you have reviewed this Whitepaper, that you have sufficient knowledge and experience with blockchain-based software or distributed ledger technology, and that you have received independent professional advice regarding this process.
The information set out herein is only conceptual and describes the future goals for the INFLOW Token. This Whitepaper makes no representation, warranty or undertaking in relation to the accuracy and completeness of any of the information set out in this Whitepaper. In particular, the project roadmap in the Whitepaper is being shared in order to outline some of the plans and is provided solely for informational purposes and does not constitute any binding commitment.
INFLOW Token is a utility token which provides specifically and individually announced event participation privileges, voting rights at polls and similar experiences. Therefore, INFLOW Token is not an investment instrument which one should expect financial gains and benefits of any sort.
Nevertheless, since the utility offered by INFLOW Token is valuable in the sense of being able to experience certain exclusivity and privilege with public-opinion makers, INFLOW Token may be traded among its rightful owners. The price of INFLOW Token is irrelevant to efforts of any person or group of persons and may change significantly and under all circumstances the prices of digital assets in general tend to be volatile and can fluctuate significantly over short periods of time. The demand for, and correspondingly the market price of, the INFLOW Token may fluctuate significantly and rapidly in response to several factors, all of which are beyond the control of the INFLOW. The digital asset that is the subject of this Whitepaper is not a capital market instrument, financial instrument, investment instrument or security and can be considered as "very risky".
INFLOW accepts no liability for damages, whether consequential or indirectly, of any kind arising from the use, reference, or reliance on the contents of this Whitepaper. The token buyer is solely responsible for any of its transactions related to INFLOW Token and accepts that INFLOW has no responsibility for any loss, damages, fines, liabilities, costs arising from or in connection with such transactions.
INFLOW Token will not be sold to citizens, residents, natural people and legal entities who are in the Prohibited Areas and/or other regions/countries to be determined by INFLOW, where the possession, public offering or use of INFLOW Token or any digital asset is prohibited. INFLOW may from time to time make amendments in the list of Prohibited Areas at its own discretion.
Please note that this Whitepaper may be amended or replaced from time to time at INFLOW’s sole discretion.
INFLOW Token holders undertake the following risks and they are solely responsible for these risks.
|🟣||Liquidity Risk : Digital assets may lose value when converting to fiat currencies. This loss creates liquidity risk in the market. In addition, the crisis that may be experienced in the market may cause low liquidity in times of stress, causing delays and loss of value in the exchange of digital assets with other assets.|
|🟣||Market Risk : The digital asset market is generally moves and known with high volatility. This factor is in direct proportion to the prices that occur in different digital asset platforms in the market. The high volatility that can be experienced in digital assets can also cause price and liquidity differences between platforms.|
|🟣||Systematic Risk : Digital asset projects can be described as "start-ups" and systematic risks may arise in the event of legal regulations, force majeure (war, natural disaster, political situations, pandemic etc.) and possible technological impossibilities (consensus, infrastructural, technological, etc. other problems of the Ethereum network), among the reasons for the failure of the targeted project to be successful.|
|🟣||Reputational Risk : The loss of digital assets of owners, any infrastructure and service failures that may occur on the network, or any wide-ranging reputational losses that may arise from collaborations with third parties can pose a risk.|
|🟣||Unsystematic Risks : These are the problems that may arise before, during and after the creation of the digital asset, managing the operations and reaching the end user. This risk element includes the liquidation of the relevant company, technological infrastructure problems and cyber-attacks, liquidity problems, legal disputes between cooperating companies and non-systematic risks well accepted in traditional finance theories.|
|🟣||Legal Risks : These are the risks that may arise when a new regulation is entered into force and the applicable legislation is amended, interpreted differently, repealed or the regulatory bodies adopt new practices.|
|🟣||Uncontrolled Risks : Engagements offered at INFLOW Marketplace are created by Creators that have the main responsibility for making them real and giving service to their buyers. As INFLOW Token is a decentralized SM platform, Followers accept the risks of engagement execution with Creators, that can be described as engagement failure, Influencer fraud and cheatings.|