We’re reinventing the global equity blockchain through a smart, easy-to-use platform connecting the EOS community and dApp developers entirely disrupting the way businesses access blockchain bandwidth.
You have control of your tokens every step of the way, in a powerful, easy to use token leasing Dapp.
Chintai is a fully functional token leasing platform that will allow EOS token holders to generate income through token leasing, while in turn providing critical resources needed by dApp developers. The high-powered Chintai leasing engine will allow for instant algorithmic execution of market transactions to create a thriving token leasing platform.
Basic Lease contract functionality
Junglenet launch with MVP web interface frontend
Enhanced web interface with alerts, auto renewal. Token issuance and price discovery mechanism launch.
Interblockchain capability. Algorithmic execution (large order) handling.
The Chintai Team combines a passion for distributed systems and industry expertise in business management, economics, trading, cyber security, software development, design & marketing.
Co-Chair & Managing Director
David brings a rich history in management consultancy and asset management in London for a range of global institutions in areas covering FinTech, business strategy and programme management. David studied economics and business systems analysis and design, and is a decentralist with a passionate belief in the potential of blockchain to change the world by increasing personal freedoms and reducing inequality. As a co-chair and managing director on the Chintai project he seeks to ensure all facets of the product meet the highest industry standards.
Co-Chair & Managing Director
David Kalin is the lead technical design and functional analyst for the Chintai token leasing platform. As a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Economic History, David was also a member of UPenn's Technology Entrepreneurship Group. His domain experience is in the cyber security and risk space working with Fortune 500 companies. As a co-chair and managing director of the Chintai project, David spearheads the performance and design process ensuring the Chintai platform development continues to advance and grow.
Director of Infrastructure
Charles Holtzkampf leads the infratructure efforts at Chintai and is helping to design the underlying tech stack for Chintai. He has spent the past 20 years honing his skills in all matters of IT, from designing high performance VDI clusters to maintaining a 4000 node networking cluster for a leading business centre provider. He has spent time working as a security penetration tester and dabbles in Python development. In his lifetime he started a starfish type organisation called BOMelakiesie and for a time hosted the Burning man Afrika's website. He has extensive experience with programming, performance monitoring, increasing efficiency and infrastructure automation. His goal as the director of infrastrcuture is to ensure the Chintai platform is stable and secure.
Core Backend Developer
Phillip has 9 years of experience developing software in C++ and embedded C. He started his career as a physicist working in complexity theory, where he developed Monte Carlo simulations to model traffic flow in cities. Then he moved on to data analysis for the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, where he searched for new particles at extremely high energies. After he finished his Ph.D, he moved into the aerospace industry, developing software for Airbus. Finally, he has joined us and is working full time on the development of the Chintai platform.
Andrew is a full stack developer with experience building tools for the EOS community such as the RAM trading platform at www.buyeosram.io and the EOS Resource Planner at www.eosrp.io. He previously spent 4 years in the Application Performance Management (APM) industry as a subject matter expert on enterprise application monitoring & performance for companies like GEICO, Fannie Mae, and Marriott International. Prior to this Andrew spent 3 years as a core developer for the Magic Lantern Firmware Project, a free & open source firmware hack for Canon DSLR cameras. Andrew is passionate about blockchain and open source technologies and hopes to make a positive impact in the EOS community by helping to mature the ecosystem with more advanced tools and community platforms.
Smart Contract Lead
Michael is a back end developer with 5 years industrial experience in the logistic automation sector. He's contributed to the development of systems used by some of the biggest companies on the planet. Specialising in creating real time, business critical, distributed systems.
Senior Blockchain Advisor
Ashe Oro (Whitener) is the host of the Liberty Entrepreneurs Podcast and founder of Liberty Virtual Assistants. Led by his experience in Computer Engineering and as Head of Business Development for Euro Pacific Bank, Ashe was drawn to cryptocurrencies in 2013 as a means for building personal freedom due to its decentralized nature and ability to facilitate Free Market currency competition.
Senior Systems Architect
Steve Floyd brings over 15 years of experience in design, marketing & advertising. Founding his first agency in 2003, servicing a broad range of industries and vertical markets, he has created peer reviewed processes and documentation adopted and shared among some of the brightest minds in marketing, UX and content strategy. A life long learner of computer science, UX practitioner, and regular speaker at marketing and design industry conferences, he brings a balanced approach to the usablity, UI, branding and communications design of the Chintai product.
Chintai is 100% free to use thanks to the following sponsors who help cover the ongoing development and operating costs for the Chintai platform:
We understand how complex some of these concepts can be, so we have provided a list of common questions to help you below.
No, Chintai is a community owned dApp. There are some members of the founding team associated with a block producer, but the rest of the team has no affiliation, and this will NOT be a dApp owned by a block producer.
Yes, any BP who wishes to support Chintai is invited to do so. Please reach out to the Chintai team if this is of interest.
Chintai will be funded by BP's to cover the operational costs of running the business. There will be an auxiliary fee mechanism incorporated into the leasing engine as well in times of a deficit, but the business will be primarily BP funded.
The core mission of Block.One at this point in time will be to ensure the EOS software is ready for launch. They have confirmed they will not be developing a fully operational token leasing dApp upon launch of the platform in June.
No, the roadmap displays the timeline the Chintai team expects advanced functionality to be developed as the platform is built out.
The Chintai token is purely an internal utility token to enable the current price discovery mechanism through a lessor and lesse bid-offer. The internal Chintai tokens are used to be bought back and then burned at the end of the cycle to enable the fee payment mechanism. These tokens are non-tradeable.
At initial launch, there will most likely be default term expiry options. However, upon build out of the platform, there will be advanced leasing functionality incorporated into the platform to account for all types of lease contract options.
No, the current thinking is that smart contracts will lock up the tokens until the expiration of the contract. This is subject to change.
If for some reason there is a dispute regarding the terms of the lease contract, users will have access to arbitration in order to settle disputes.
No, users will be able to offer or place bids for as many EOS as they choose as long as they have the liquidity and capital to do so.
At the end of the lease cycle, if lessors are unhappy with the fee they were paid in return, they have the opportunity to non-renew the previous contract. This ensures that dApp's leasing EOS will offer fees that will fairly compensate their lessors, or else they will lose access to their rented EOS.
At the end of the cycle, if the lessor chooses to non-renew, EOS are returned to the lessor and immediately removed from the leasing contract.