Solar DAO ICO: Investments to the Sun
The photovoltaic solar power market has had a significant upward trajectory. Investors have the opportunity to participate in this booming market by accessing the blockchain Solar DAO project through an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) campaign.
[Note: This is a press release.]
The global photovoltaic (PV) solar power market has experienced remarkable momentum and is expected to be worth $345.59 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 18.30%.
Solar DAO is a closed-ended investment fund on Ethereum blockchain and knows the market intimately. It seeks to develop a community of users investing in the construction of PV solar plants (PVS) by deploying crowdfunding.
Solar DAO is selling 80 million SDO tokens, at $1 per coin, enabling investors to conveniently invest in PV solar plant construction while eliminating intermediary and deal costs.
Solar DAO’s implementation of the Ethereum blockchain presents investors with the opportunity to own and trade tokens efficiently and acquire dividends.
Furthermore, Solar DAO provides participants with exposure to Sirius, the ultimate platform for investors to oversee PVS construction projects and gain access to construction information.
The Solar DAO project was established in 2012 and the team has worked in the solar energy (photovoltaic) market since 1991 implementing 70 MW PV plants across Europe. The team has over 26 years of combined experience within direct solar-to-electricity conversion.
Founder and CEO of Solar DAO Dmitriy Solodukha, elucidates:
Our goal is to build global solar parks and expand their total capacity. The profits from initial plants will be used to build further PV plants; increasing the power capacity and total project profit.
The ICO will consist of 2 stages: Pre-ICO and ICO. The Pre-ICO campaign begins July 31, 2017, until August 31, 2017, and offers notable bonuses of 50-100% for early participation. Investors who participate in the first week of the pre-ICO will receive lucrative bonuses.
Please see the white paper for more information.
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