The Healthereum Utility Tokens (HEALTH) are intended STRICTLY to be used to
access the functionalities of the Healthereum Platform and be used as a Rewards tally.
The Healthereum Utility Tokens are not being offered for sale but used as part of its “Platform Launch” to onboard users of the Healthereum Platform.
The “Platform Launch” is part of a global marketing campaign to bring attention to the Healthereum Platform.
The Healthereum Security Token (HLTH) is separate from the Utility token. A Security Token Sale (Offering) will be in compliance with Securities and Exchange Regulations and through a Security Token platform registered with the Security and Exchange Commission. The Security Token represents shares of Healthereum and gives the owner the right to distributions of future Healthereum net profits.
The publication of certain materials such as this “Whitepaper” and “Roadmap”, is SOLELY intended to bring awareness to the Platform and Healthereum’s vision for the future of the Platform. The publication is included merely to present Healthereum’s vision in an easily digestible format for potential Users who are familiar with Blockchain and Digital Ledger Technologies.
Healthereum do its part to enforce policies on Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Know Your Client (KYC), Combating Terrorist Financing (CTF) as well as sanctions monitoring. Enforcement of these policies will allow Healthereum to assess and manage associated risks of digital currencies.
Healthereum is fully committed to comply with local, state, federal, and international regulations and laws to combat money laundering and terrorist financing by performing appropriate screening and other actions such as risk rating and transaction monitoring. Concurrently, Healthereum respects the privacy of its users and participants of the Security Token Sale. The Security Token Sale will not be used to enable money laundering, commit terrorist financing or fraud, or allow for illegal activities.
To fully comply with stated guidelines, Healthereum supports an updated AML and KYC standard. The goals are to identify and prevent criminal acts and adhere to Financial Action Task Force (FATF) standards. The AML KYC design is based on the best practices for KYC in Mobile Payments and Internet-based Payments Services according to the FATF Guidance on Risk-Based Approach (RBA) issued in 2013 as well as the FATF Guidance on RBA for Virtual Currencies issued in 2015.
Healthereum supports identity information from participants of any future Security Token Sale, including passport or other government identification, selfie picture, verification of residence, and possible other supporting documents.
Healthereum also strictly prohibits individuals, companies and countries that are named on prescribed sanctions lists from participating in a future Security Token Sale.