Incremint: The Enhanced DAICO

Recently, Ethereum Architect Vitalik Buterin released a proposal to make ICOs more accountable through a mechanism called a DAICO.

A DAICO would allow ICO investors to control the flow of funds to issuers.

Incremint's decentralized escrow platform is an enhanced variation of a DAICO with increased flexibility.




Investors Control Release of Funds



Investors Can Force Return of Funds



Funds Released Over Time



Issuers Set Milestones


Hosted Investor Comminication Space


Fiat Escrow


Standardized Voting Mechanism


Established Investor Community


Turnkey Implementation


Money Delivered in Tranches


Issuers Can Seek Revisions of Milestones


Resolution In Case of Deadlock


What Are Mints?

The Token For Smart ICO Investment

  • Our tokens are called Mints.
  • Mints allow a 10% discount off of all ICOs using Incremint.
  • Mints can be used an unlimited number of times and never expire.
  • Mint holders also vote on donations from the Incremint Foundation.

How Incremint Works

The Problem

ICOs are unregulated, and backers have limited options to mitigate their risks. Issuers are often raising funds on concept alone. Token buyers have limited ability to perform due diligence on an ICO, which often has no underlying product to assess. There are often many risks associated with the integrity and competence of the issuers in delivering the project.

The Problem

Our Solution

Incremint believes ICOs will continue to thrive and that the accountability problem can be best solved through a blockchain escrow solution.

The Solution

The Incremint escrow platform is expected in Q2 2018.

Here’s how it works:

What We Do

Token Distribution


Mints: The Token for Smart ICO Investment

Main Token Sale: Coming Soon

ICO Structure


Tentative Hard Cap:

12 million USD (ETH equiv)

Minimum Participation:

50 USD (ETH equiv)

Offering Territory:


Restrictions in the US:

Accredited Investors Only

Token Transfer Timing:

At close of ICO

Office Locations:

Austin, Texas, Moscow, Russia & Cayman Islands

Our Management Team

The founders are highly experienced legal and financial experts with extensive track records in complex commercial transactions. They combine practical experience in escrow and financing arrangements with the technical expertise of our strategic partners.

Andrei is a highly accomplished lawyer having successfully advised clients on international corporate transactions for almost two decades at UK and US-based law firms Allen & Overy, Latham & Watkins, and Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, and KPMG.

Andrei’s work on behalf of clients has been recognized by leading legal publications, such as The Legal 500, and The Best Lawyers, which included Andrei in its lists of recommended lawyers for M&A, banking and corporate finance transactions.

Andrei is a graduate of MGIMO, a native of Moscow and a Russian national.

Andrei Danilov

Chief Strategy Officer

Peter is a corporate lawyer specializing in M&A, commercial transactions, and ICO legal advice. Peter has previously worked at Hogan Lovells and KPMG before joining forces with Brian and Andrei in their Austin-based law practice.

Peter received a bachelor’s degree from Illinois Wesleyan University in 2004, his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 2008, and is a member of the New York bar. He is a Russian national.

Peter Khokhlov

Chief Operating Officer

Hans is an experienced corporate and investment banker with an accomplished track record in advising and financing complex strategic international transactions including M&A, IPOs, bonds, project finance and structured finance. Hans has previously worked at HSBC Bank in London, Citigroup in Moscow, the Federal Reserve Bank in Houston, and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Central Asia. He received his MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2008 and is a US national.

Hans Battle

Chief Financial Officer

Brian is an international corporate lawyer with close to twenty years of experience in international, complex transactions in the US, Europe and several offshore jurisdictions.

He was an associate with Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP and Bass Berry & Sims PLC for several years before joining the Moscow office of DLA Piper as a Partner in 2008. In 2010, Brian opened a solo practice, focusing primarily on cross-border transactions in the areas of mergers & acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures, start-ups, commercial transactions, strategic partnering and investments, and ICO legal advice.

In 2016 The Legal 500 included Brian in the list of recommended lawyers for Corporate/M&A in Russia noting him as a "superb dealmaker.”

Brian has been a member of the State Bar of Texas since 2000. He received his undergraduate degree from Rhodes College and his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. He is a native of Dallas, Texas and a US national.

Brian Konradi


Myles has a 20+ year history leading digital transformation initiatives across the finance, healthcare, insurance, retail, and technology service sectors. As COO of CapitalThinking, Myles directed company operations and software engineering for the Commercial Real-Estate platform. As CTO, Myles launched IntraLink’s Digital Workspace platform, providing services for the Loan Syndication, M&A, and pharma communities. At Prudential Insurance, as VP eBusiness, he consolidated Prudential Financial’s online services, launching Prudential Online ™. Myles has lead consulting initiatives across both Wholesale and Retail banking services while VP at Chase, and he was the sponsoring technology executive, leading the teams responsible for both online banking and the launch of™. Myles is a mentor for the New York Fintech Innovation Lab in New York City since 2014.

Myles Trachtenberg

Chief Information Officer

As the founder and current Chief Executive Officer of Applied Blockchain, Adi has built Applied Blockchain into a “Global Top 20 Blockchain Development & Consulting Firm,” according to Gartner, Inc. Prior to founding Applied Blockchain, Mr. Ben-Ari worked in solution / integration architecture and development in the telecoms sector with Vodafone, T-Mobile, Carphone Warehouse, Nextel, Verizon, KPN, UPC, O2, and Amdocs, and in financial services at Lloyd's Insurance Market and Lloyds Banking Group. He has co-invented, designed, and registered a number of patents, including in connection with blockchain and mobile payments. Adi is a 2003 graduate of Tel Aviv University and is based in London.

Adi Ben-Ari

Interim Chief Technology Officer

Team Experience

In Cooperation With

Our Latest Clients

Our advisors

Mark is a 25 year Transaction Banker at Citibank who is widely accepted as a subject matter expert on all aspects of escrow. Mark executed Citibank London’s first ever escrow transaction in the late 90’s and helped develop the product into a core offering for Citi throughout Europe including the new Russian Law escrow in 2014. During his career, Mark has held senior positions within Citibank London and Citibank New York’s escrow business and has worked on over 1,000 escrow transactions for a wide range of deal structures spanning the globe. From the contractual components of an escrow to commercial and operational, Mark has an in-depth knowledge of the value and comfort an escrow solution brings to the table. Mark is currently a Director with Citi London responsible for Sales/Origination of all agency products in Russia/CIS/CEE supporting Mergers and Acquisitions, Project & Structured Finance and Capital Markets.

Mark O’Hare

Director, Citigroup

Transmute Industries is a consultancy and engineering firm focused on accelerating commercial adoption of blockchain technologies by leveraging opensource developer tools designed to simplify smart contract development on the Ethereum blockchain. A brilliant facilitator of strategic systems and relationships, Karyl strives to help the commercialization of technology contribute to a brighter, better future. Karyl holds a BA from Southwestern University and an MBA from University of Texas at Austin.

Karyl Fowler

Co-Founder & CEO, Transmute Industries

Peter is an Executive Director of Goldman Sachs, based in London. Prior to joining the firm in 2006, Peter completed an MBA at Columbia University in New York. Before that, he worked for 6 years at ExxonMobil, based in Moscow, Brussels and Paris. Peter holds an BA in Internal Relations with Russian from the University of Sussex and also studied Modern Languages (French and Russian) at undergraduate level at Merton College, Oxford University. Peter is a crypto-enthusiast, fascinated by the underlying socio-economic potential of blockchain. As a professional acquaintance of the team, he is advising Incremint on business matters on an informal, pro bono basis.

Peter Phillips-Minet

Executive Director, Goldman Sachs

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