OkeyDokey smart contracts library will seamlessly integrate with smart lock hardware through Device Integration Framwork. Through OkeyDokey integration, devices become fully interoperable with each other.
Users of smart lock device will pay in KEY Tokens for products and services. Users may pay manufacturers for the device by amortization or full amount upfront. KEY Token funds will flow between device manufacturer and user wallets.
Rental Usage Token
KEY Token mainly serves as a usage token that gives access to users to participate in sharing of physical assets. KEY Token is what operates the smart contracts that confirm identities, gives access by opening locks, and even settle security deposits when disputes arise.
KEY Tokens also serve as work tokens rewarding users who bring value to the network. Because there is value in well curated reviews in terms of providing booking assurance, OkeyDokey as a community, rewards KeyTokens to those who create and curate reviews.
Apr 2 - 22, 2018
Hard Cap 30,000,000 KEYs Contribution Bonus 50%
May 2 - 22, 2018
Hard Cap 210,000,000 KEYs Contribution Bonus 25%
June 2 - 22, 2018
Hard Cap 360,000,000 KEYs Contribution Bonus 0%
Token Supply and Distribution
Public Sale 60%
Team & Advisors 20%
Company Reserve 20%
Core Development 45%
Sales & Marketing 35%
Module update and beta release
Token valuation report
Smart lock implemtation
OkeyDokey conference in Seoul and Singapore
OkeyDokey goes live
iOS Android app launch
Expansion : Berlin. London
Q2 2019 +
Team & Advisors
Chang-Yong graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with Bachelor’s in Architecture and MBA at Seoul National University. As an architect and business developer, he managed business consulting for systems integration in Nowon Energy Zero House Development during his time at Zero Energy Design Group in South Korea. He is a co-founder of Villim, IoT smart locks integrated rental homes, and OkeyDokey, blockchain integrated home and building security solutions.
Sales & Marketing Director
Inmok Yoo is a founder and CEO Techno Village, a home network systems provider in South Korea. Techno Village was established in May 2000 through consortium of 15 domestic construction companies such as Daewoo E&C, Lotte E & C, Kumho Construction, and 7 IT venture companies. Previously, he has worked as a public relations manager for Daewoo Group. His experience in construction is invaluable asset to OkeyDokey as he will be directing sales and marketing strategies at OkeyDokey.
Ryan has majored in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Having comprehensive knowledge about web technologies, Ryan has worked as lead software engineer for Villim and researcher at Carnegie Mellon University Center for Machine Learning and Health, where he worked on various web applications ranging from social network to commercial applications. He was also an embedded systems researcher at WiseLab at Carnegie Mellon University and worked on a LoRaWan project. Currently, he is blockchain/web engineer at OkeyDokey.
Seongmin is a smart contract developer. He oversees OkeyDokey’s backend, from smart contracts to developer APIs. He is also responsible for the mobile client of OkeyDokey, thanks to his past experiences as a mobile developer. Seongmin majored in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University.
Vanessa studied Electrical and Computer Engineering and minored in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. She worked as a software engineer at Fasoo in program analysis team and developed static code analysis tool. She is a Java enthusiast and currently a front-end web developer at OkeyDokey.
Embedded Systems Engineer
Benjamin studied at Purdue University with major in electrical engineering. He has worked at Duke Energy Indiana for a year. During his internship, his experiences various aspects of power generation/distribution operations, honing his knowledge of electrical engineering and learning new programs that are actually used in the industry. Benjamin is integrated circuit design engineer and embedded systems engineer at OkeyDokey.
Ruiqi Wang graduated from Shanghai Jiaotong University with Bachelor’s Degree in Information Security Engineering and received MBA at Peking University. He is Chartered Financial Analyst(CFA). He worked as financial journalist in Xinhua News Agency which is the official news agency of China for 5 years. Then he joined Yunfeng Financial Group as senior analyst, covering global capital market. Based on his experiences and resources of media press, understanding of financial markets, Ruiqi Wang now is the public relationship officer at OkeyDokey.
Having been trained as an architect at Carnegie Mellon University, he continued his doctorates in India and Germany, Daniel is a Founder of P8, a top education and cultural incubator in Hunan, Changsha, with gross value of companies 3 billion RMB. His current work also includes, Sky University J57, a 57 story building filled with industry research and education ecosystem in Broad Town, China. He has worked to introduce Broad Sustainable Buildings (world's fastest, largest and tallest steel modular housing constructions to date), his father, Zhang Yue’s invention. With sustainability as the key message, they together believe these are the only solutions to the challenges of human urbanization on every continent.
Mr. Jung has over 25 years of investing and banking experiences in Asia and USA. His investing experiences encompass a variety of investing from private equity, venture capital, public equity and distressed debts. He is a Managing Director for Asia Growth Capital Advisors (“AGCA”), a Singapore-based private equity investment firm. Prior to AGCA, he worked with Credit Suisse Private Equity Asia Fund from 2008 to 2010 as the Managing Director for Korea and Standard Chartered Bank from 2002 to 2008 as Head of their Korean private equity business. He has also worked previously with Pacific Gemini Partners LLC in Los Angeles, Coopers & Lybrand LLP in New York and Bankers Trust in Seoul.
Mr. Jung holds a Bachelor's Degree from Seoul National University, Master of Science in Statistics and Operations Research and MBA from NYU, Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
OkeyDokey is a company that protects homes and buildings through Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and blockchain technology. OkeyDokey brings security and safety to connected homes and buildings by featuring smart contracts that optimally coordinate device processes on a real-time basis via distributed artificial intelligent software agents and blockchain network.
Shear number of connected devices will be much greater than smart phones. Potential network failures will lead to huge consequences. OkeyDokey utilizes blockchain’s crypto-economic consensus algorithm as baseline protocol standard for trusted IoT interaction. Blockchain system eliminates any security risk of transaction data being manipulated. OkeyDokey also provides open-source smart contract library and artificial intelligence agent to coordinate smart devices to actively search for most optimal ways to provide security and safety for homes and buildings.
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