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A Brave New World of Trust, Commerce, and Technology

How Tautachrome is Building the Foundation for a Radically New Future of Ecommerce, Starting w/ Your Smartphone

June 27, 2021

Tautachrome (OTC: TTCM) is a technology company revolutionizing Augmented Reality (AR) ecommerce functionality and image ownership, by utilizing proprietary blockchain technology in conjunction with several other patent-pending processes. Their two apps, ARknet and KlickZie are giving users and businesses a new way to interact. They are currently focused on creating blockchain encrypted smartphone-generated imagery and NFTs for sharing and selling using their KlickZie app, and giving worldwide consumers and businesses the unique ability to make sales and purchases exploiting all the power of the Company’s internal crypto currency using their ARknet Platform and AR interfacing. This is incredibly advanced technology, and we think it could have a massive impact across multiple industries.

 

An Exciting New Opportunity at the Convergence of AR and Blockchain Technology

Growing Markets – Tautachrome is at the center of several growth markets. The market for NFTs was worth $338 million in 2020, and in the first three months of 2021, NFT trading volumes surged 645%. In 2020, retail e-commerce sales worldwide amounted to $4.28 trillion and e-retail revenues are projected to grow to $5.4 trillion by 2022. Finally, the global AR market size is expected to reach $340.16 billion by 2028, reaching a CAGR of 43.8%. Tautachrome is well positioned to take advantage of these massive waves. 

First Mover Advantage – While they didn’t call it an NFT, Tautachrome was among the first to file patent applications for their process of authentication of images using blockchain technology. And KilckZie makes that technology available for anyone who downloads the app. They are gaining valuable experience in the marketing and personal adoption of these unique technologies, giving them an edge in the market. This is amazing technology, and it’s available to download RIGHT NOW

Patented Technology – Tautachrome’s patents surrounding Activated Imagery, Blockchain, and AR Technology will protect them as they move forward with their products, as well as open up licencing opportunities for future revenue. 

Experienced Leadership The leadership team at Tautachrome has experience across multiple technology sectors from defense to 3-D printing. They hold numerous patents in areas like blockchain technology and AR. Most importantly, they are passionate about their mission to give consumers control of their data. 

 

NFTs, Cryptocurrency, AR, and Building a New Digital Economy

Tautachrome (OTC: TTCM) is forging what can only be described as a radically new online marketplace. Their incredible technology enables users to create their own NFTs that can: generate revenue, make secure transactions at the blink of an eye, and give the consumer full control of their data. All on their smartphone. 

We’re going to talk all about their apps, the platform functionality, and how we think Tautachrome could potentially change everything for ecommerce…but first we have to talk about Pokemon Go.

Pokemon Go was launched in 2016, and it took the world by storm. The AR video game utilized GPS and other technologies to turn the user’s smartphone into a Pokemon finding device. People were wandering the streets of all the major cities searching for rare monsters and trying to “catch them all.” 

The popularity was incredible. The game grossed over $200 million in its first month, and at its peak it boasted 250 million users. While there was a dip after the initial surge, user numbers stabilized around 150 million, and in 2020 the game posted $1.23 billion in revenue. 

This was the first time that AR had been utilized in such a way that it drew (and kept) millions of daily users. The stickiness of being able to interact with digital creatures in the “real world” via your smartphone is phenomenal. And while Tautachrome is not focused on gaming,  it’s that kind of stickiness that they are attempting to replicate. 

Tautachrome’s ARknet app with built-in KlickZie technology is currently available to download for Android and iOS smartphones. 

 

KlickZie

From their website, the Company states: “The KlickZie application will allow the user to capture images with their smartphone that are invisibly marked and verified as original. The owner of the image or video will have the ability to use, sell and monetize their images. Our KlickZie platform will serve as the world’s first imagery-based social portal network. The KlickZie application will create images and videos that are engageable; by clicking or tapping on a KlickZie’d image users will be able to communicate with the image’s author or others currently viewing the image. Fake news photos and videos will become a thing of the past.”

The invisible marking creates what Tautachrome calls “Activated” images. Beyond the ability to simply identify the originality of an image, like with an NFT, Activation creates an image that is interactive; it can be clicked for more information, direct communication with the owner, and more.

Utilizing their own cryptocurrency, the KLK token, Tautachrome’s ARknet platform  is attempting to completely disrupt the social media status quo. Instead of being force-fed advertising so that the platform can make money, ARknet platform users will only be exposed to ads they are interested in and will be paid in KLK for their indulgence. And anytime their images are shared or reposted, they will receive what is effectively a royalty fee (again, in KLK) for their content. 

The technology team has truly had their work cut out for them. The ability to maintain a platform that basically turns every image into an NFT is no small feat. The patents that Tautachrome has established to enable these blockchain functions will be key to the company’s longevity, and could even become a huge source of licensing revenue. 

 

ARknet

An ark, by definition, is a container of valuable things, as Noah’s Ark was reputedly the container of the earth’s living things. But the Company’s digital arks are what makes Tautachrome so exciting. They are taking the stickiness of Pokemon Go, and combining it with the rising popularity of AR and online shopping, to create something entirely unique. It’s almost as if someone took a page out of a sci-fi novel and made it reality. 

As shown in the video, the ARknet enabled world is one where information is literally just a click away. Instead of google searching, sifting through the irrelevant sites, finally finding the reviews you want, and wasting tons of time, you could just hold up your phone, click an icon, and WHOOSH – everything you need in seconds. 

 

That’s the power of these arks. Stores that are closed could still be shopped, via their AR storefront. People can create their own personal arks that are geotagged to their phone for easy locating at airports, ball games, and more. This is one of those technologies that honestly is only limited by a user’s ability to get creative. 

The arks are backed by a powerful blockchain technology that allows for safe, transparent, and immediate transactions via crypto and fiat currency. To ensure safety, Tautachrome has labored long and hard, filing multiple patents, to ensure that the process is bulletproof. 

Although the apps are still in early days, and there remain issues to be worked through (like with all new tech), Tautachrome has created something truly special. The applications are almost infinite, and we can’t wait to see how it all unfolds. 

 

The Road Ahead

CEO/Founder of Tautachrome likes to say of futuristic technology that, “Anything is possible wiith the proper funding, and that is what we are aiming to put in place right now!”. He says this with a wink and a chuckle, but he isn’t wrong. At the moment, Tautachrome is still relatively new. They are pioneering multiple areas of technology that are essential to building our future, and we think that (given the right funding and enough time to market and grow) Tautachrome will become a must-have piece of your tech portfolio.  

 

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TAUTACHROME MANAGEMENT TEAM 

Dr. Jon N. Leonard

Founder & Chief Executive Officer 

Dr. Leonard has spent his career at the forefront of new technologies. From September 2002 to May 2012 Dr. Leonard was employed by Raytheon Missile Systems Company as Senior Manager of Programs for the Advance Programs Division, responsible for counter terrorism technology development. He is the former CEO of BPM Technology Inc. the first 3D printing company, and former CEO of California Molecular Electronics Corporation, developer of the first practical molecular switch. In addition to the patents assigned to the Company, Dr. Leonard holds numerous other patents in advanced technology areas including 3-D printing, disappearing email, virus detection, imager look-angle determination and idle-cellphone detection (for counterterrorism). Dr. Leonard has a PhD in Mathematics and a B.S. in Physics from the University of Arizona and an M.S. in Engineering from UCLA. 

 

David LaMountain

Chief Operating Officer

David leads the operations of the Company, responsible for implementing the rollout of the Arknet app, the Company’s websites such as the myarknet.io explainer site, and the Company’s front facing business sites such as the Mainst.shopping site for small businesses deploying business Arks. He is also responsible for architecting the social networking structure of the Arknet app enabling consumers to maximize their utilization of the Arknet app with such functionalities as instant virtual meetups via the app and teleportation via the app to global places of interest to the user. He also runs strategic Investor Relations, marketing and securities compliance. David is a business owner and investor/trader in public and private entities since 1999. David is also an inventor on KlickZie’s pending ARk patents.

 

Dr. Joel C Sercel

CTO 

Joel has decades of practical systems engineering leadership, has led and worked on dozens of products and innovations, in use in space and around the world, and is an inventor on KlickZie patents. He is an engineer of several disciplines and a pioneer with a proven track record in innovation, team leadership, technical architectural design, software design, systems engineering,  space mission design, space propulsion technology, satellite design, enterprise process engineering, training, teaching, and public speaking. Certified KAI Practitioner (the psychology of creativity) and expert in practical methods of innovation. Joel has a PhD in space propulsion and plasma physics from Caltech, has had successful teams ranging in size from two or three people to over 100, and can manage, systems engineer, or lead anything.

 

Sergey Bushnyak

CTO of Tautachrome Blockchain Provider, Kelecorix, inc. 

 Mr. Bushnyak has 10 years experience developing and utilizing advanced technology to increase cost effectiveness of technical enterprises. He has been a technological innovator, software developer, systems engineer and successful entrepreneur. In addition to his active management and technical consulting practice, Sergey is currently the Chief Technical Officer of Kelecorix Inc. providing consulting in high-assurance software development within the Haskell programming language ecosystem. He is a proponent of functional programming and type-theory which allows modern software to be built effectively. 

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  • Date Issued - 4/15/2021

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