The ICST platform is used to store, share and protect
digital creative content to protect artists, lower
transaction cost and create an efficient
ecosystem of revenue sharing.
The net profit from the ICST platform will be utilized as
part of the token buyback program.
Userbase of 50 million
StarMaker will be the first of
many projects to migrate to
the ICST platform.
Revolutionized Content Sharing
Offering a completely new, decentralized
blockchain platform for users to publish,
promote, and store their content.
Transparent Management System
The People-Joy Foundation is non-profit
and ensures complete ICST revenue transparency.
Token Discount Mechanism
Get discounts for all transaction
fees over the StarMaker platform by using ICST.
Research completed to
migrate StarMaker to the
Feasibility study for ICST
as a decentralized user-centered
ICST smart contract
Smart contract for
First generation of ICST
will be completed with all
basic component functions.
The copyright certification,
dispute resolution, content
sharing, and revenue sharing
systems will be completed.
ICST system promotion and
advanced operations Wide-scale
promotion of the ICST platform.
Market testing and system upgrades to
come with user feedback.
Improvements will be focused
on revenue sharing mechanisms
for content creation.
Continued ICST application upgrades
upgrades toaccommodate the rapidly growing ICST userbase.
Resolve all issues related to decentralized
storage and transaction speeds to boost
the scalability and flexibility of the system.
Utilizing blockchain technology to revolutionize talent sharing across the world.
ICST is a dynamic content sharing social media ecosystem that’s centered on giving power back to the artists. Through secure smart contracts, the ICST platform will eliminate digital copyright issues and liberate the artistic community to produce, promote, and trade their content with complete autonomy and transparency.
Co-founder of BD Fund. Richard graduated from University of Sheffield
Osman is an Assistant Research Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).
Ramesh Shrestha is a Ph.D. in the Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).