Javvy Crypto Solution Roadmap

Javvy will address every desirable feature for the ultimate crypto solution

Goals Based on Amount of Funds Raised

The primary constraints on crypto exchange growth are the operating expenses and reserves required to handle each new customer. This is why competitors are constantly working to raise capital. The architecture of our system and utility of the Javvy token (JVY) reduces our startup and growth expenses by fifty percent (50%). This allows us to focus on core competencies, rather than raising funds. Unfortunately, significant national currency reserve requirements can still be a limiting factor to our rate of growth and ability to overtake the market.

We expect to raise the equivalent of at least USD $10 Million, which will be sufficient to launch the initial release of the Javvy wallet with integrated Buy/Sell functionality and the most user-friendly registration process. With at least USD $75 Million raised, holding additional reserves would allow for significantly increased growth.

With more than USD $150 Million raised, we have the flexibility to begin pursuing real-world usefulness, by way of an international debit card available to nearly everyone, and long-term marketplace liquidity by offering a direct marketplace that would also yield potentially better crypto pricing, competitive fees and spreads on high volume trading, and support for speculation (shorting and margin trading).

With more than USD $250 Million funding raised, we expand our reach and solidify ourselves as the leader in the marketplace, in ways that would also speed adoption significantly, as well as increase revenues. At that level of funding, Javvy could obtain more leverage in the banking arena, offer direct competition with Paypal to easily send “CASH” to anyone, and licensing the ability to use our wallet with any existing merchant terminal. These would be “game-changers”. Working to achieve those goals will increase costs, due to the increased need for personnel, development and licensing, as well as regulatory costs.