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Cardstack is an open-source framework and consensus protocol that makes blockchains usable and scalable for the mass market, creating a decentralized software ecosystem that can challenge today’s digital superpowers.
The App Store era turns software features into standalone native apps, which usually do not communicate with each other and require users to choose between multiple overlapping features to form their workflows. As software moves to the cloud, users need to manage multiple subscriptions to cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) products and choose the right plan to optimize cost across all the needed features. The emergence of blockchain and decentralized apps (dApps) exasperated the situation by requiring users to acquire and manage the supply of utility tokens for each of the functions making up their software stack.
Cardstack Token is the fuel and catalyst for the global movement towards a sustainable software market built on open-source code and powered by crypto-economics.

Public Sale Starts At

24 May 2018, 0:00 UTC - -1396340 Minutes Left

Total Hardcap $35,000,000

Token: CARD

Token type: Ethereum ERC-20

ICO price: 1 CARD = 0.0175 USD

Finite token number: 10,000,000,000 CARD

Token Allocation: 40% to the public (6,000,000,000 CARD)

Availability: USA citizens excluded

Status: Open Source project on github. A beta version will be released before the TGE

Accepted Currencies: ETH

Individual Caps: Enforced by smart contract during crowd fundraiser

private sale

Unknown hardcap
20% Bonus


$6,500,000 million USD 
Mar 6 / Presale funds fully raised
10% bonus

crowd sale

No Bonus

Team Members


Chris Tse

Founding Director


Ed Faulkner

Lead Developer


Hassan Abdel-Rahman

SR. Blockchain Developer


Justin Thong

Data Scientist



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