Mon, 24 Jun 2019

DocTailor (DOCT)

DocTailor (DOCT)

Self Customising Legal Smart Contract Platform

Review Project

To date, most blockchain-based businesses that use cryptocurrency are engaged in economic areas; provides substantial financial benefits in the form of cryptocurrency. There are still very few providers offering legal documents and smart contracts. DocTailor wants to be one of the few blockchain-based companies that not only offer benefits but also provide legitimate smart contracts.

The role of smart supplier provider contracts is like a third party. DocTailor will eliminate it because this provider can provide smart contracts and legal documents to its users. This can be done in cooperation with lawyers and law firms. Lawyers and law firms will not be outside the DocTailor ecosystem, they will be team members and investors at the same time. Lawyers and law firms are those who know Blockchain and are familiar with cryptocurrency.

This allows users to reduce their expenses for smart contracts and legal documents in the blockchain ecosystem. The company hopes that its services will be used not only in the DocTailor ecosystem but also outside the ecosystem. The placement of lawyers and law firms on the team will make it easier for users to take care of the legality of the documents they want.

Lawyers and law firms can be contacted via the user-friendly platform interface. Users also do not need to send files; lawyers simply check the user account and publish legal documents and smart contracts. With the team's lawyers, the data users will not leave the ecosystem. This is important since the data is something very valuable in the world of the blockchain.

Lawyers will be paid for the use of cryptocurrency. It's definitely something different. The payment process can be done easily, quickly, safely and sparingly. The cost incurred by users will not change, which changes the exchange rate. This can be very beneficial for both parties. The rise in the exchange rate of the coin will not be too influential; it's an investment. Users and lawyers can decide for themselves what benefits they want (depending on their ability to read and exchange rates).

This will obviously have obstacles for lawyers and law firms that are outside the blockchain. Their concerns are not based on the fear that providers like DocTailor are harming their business, but rather the function of documents and smart contracts. No matter what the user owns, no matter when they do not have documents and smart contracts that are legal and recognized by some parties. This concern is very reasonable, but DocTailor responds by cooperation with several banks and authorities.

In addition, the cryptocurrency used by users is a coin created using systems used by some of the major digital currencies such as Ethereum. ETH and its derivatives are cryptocurrencies that can be clearly used or cashed. In addition to banks, there are many digital exchange providers that will work with DocTailor.

They can work as a third party, but they will be paid less and will guarantee the legality of the document and the smart contract issued by DocTailor. They ensure that all of the documents and smart contracts are legal.

Token Sale

Crowdsale Opening Date


450 days ago

Crowdsale Closing Date


420 days ago


500M (500,000,000) DOCT, of which:

300M to be available in token sales.
50M for ICO bonuses.
100M retained by DocTailor.
50M for early adopters in Pre-sale



  • Sam Enrico Williams-Founder and CEO
  • Dominic Brown-COO
  • Alexandrine Masse-Senior Legal Officer
  • Saffron Weale-CMO
  • Marco Zaratta-Italian Legal Counsel
  • Pavel Rubin-Blockchain & Software Developer
  • Victor Khomiak-Front-End Developer
  • Khaja Aleemuddin-Data Management


  • Q3 2017
    Concept development.
  • Q4 2017
    Research & Planning.
  • January 2018
    Whitepaper formalisation.
  • March, 31st 2018
  • Q3 2018
    Platform Alpha Testing.
  • Q4 2018
    Beta Platform Launch.
  • Q4 2018
    DocTailor Platform Launch.

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