Terms and conditions


§ 1 Business partner and subject

1.1.  The subject of the business relationship is the purchase of the BeFasterHoldertoken (hereinafter referred to as BFHT).

1.2.  The acquisition takes place within the framework of a private sale.

1.3.  The Private Sale is offered by Limited, 4. Vincenzo Dimech Road, Floriana FRN 1504, Malta (hereinafter referred to as, We), represented by the directors Irina Manilitsch and Maximilian Jurtz. The Private Sale is organised and executed by Corporate Management Solutions Ltd., P.O. Box 799, Two Artillery Court, 2nd Floor, 161 SheddenRoad, Grand Cayman KY1-1103 Cayman Islands; Primary payments partner: Payex OÜ, Lansnamae Linnaosa, Katusepapi tn 4-A803, 11412, Harju maakond, Tallinn, Estonia (hereinafter referred as Exchange).

1.4 The processing of credit card purchases is organized and carried out by Indacoin Limited, registration number 08924450 , registered address Suite 4b, 43 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, Westminster, United Kingdom, a company established under laws of United Kingdom (hereinafter – “Indacoin Limited”), represented by attorney Stanislav Kosorukov.

1.5.  We reserve the right to include further Exchanges or service providers for the Private Sale if this should be necessary for technical, legal or accounting reasons.

1.6. is originally an ICO funded project under the responsibility of Tron Europe ltd. After completion of the ICO, BeFaster has established its own legal entity and now acts on its own account and in one name.

1.7.  The proceeds from the Private Sale will be used to complete the DApp and to carry out global marketing.

1.8.  With the purchase of the BFHT, the present terms and conditions, as well as the conditions incorporated by reference, become binding on the parties.

§ 2 Private sale realisation

2.1.  The private sale begins on 01.04.2020 at 17.00 (CEST) and ends on 30.06.2020 at 23:59:59 (CEST). BeFaster reserves the right to extend these. Information about this will be made available in the social media and on the homepage.

2.2. If the total BFHT holdings intended for the private sale are exhausted prematurely, the private sale will be deemed to be terminated on this date. This is the case when all the BFHT available to the investors have been sold.

2.3. The private sale is divided into five phases based on the volume of BFHT sold. There is no timetable for the expiry of the phases.

2.4 In the main phase of the private sale each phase includes the sale of 10 million BFHT to the investors. With the sale of 10 million BFHT each phase is completed and the next phase begins.

§ 3 Tokenisation and BFHT allocation

3.1. A total of BFHT 50 million is available for Private Sale.

3.2. Ltd. will receive BFHT 135 million at the beginning, of which BFHT 105 million for the team and a further BFHT 30 million for operating business, will be freezed for 12 months (18. May 2019 until 18 May 2020, i.e. neither tradable nor transferable. Tron Europe ltd. will receive BFHT 30 million at the beginning. A total of BFCH 120 million is available to investors, with BFHT 50 million to be sold in private sale. A further BFHT 15 million is earmarked for marketing measures.

3.3. Marketing measures (e.g. lotteries and competitions, not conclusive) can be carried out in the former ICO an in the Private Sale. In this case, the distribution to the participants is made from the marketing volume earmarked for this purpose. By receiving the distributed BFHT, the participants become token holders and are therefore considered investors for the purposes of these conditions.

3.4. If the increase in financing is absolutely necessary for technical or factual reasons for the realisation of the project, the initiators can apply for an extension of the financing via BFHT via Tron Europe ltd. In doing so, the investors involved up to this point are guaranteed that they will maintain their percentage allocation of BFHT.

§ 4 Investor status, distribution of the proportional and partial participation right

4.1. Anyone who has BFHT tokens in their wallet is considered an investor. The BFHT serves to determine the ratio of the profit participation right to the partial participation in future company profits.

4.2. We distribute 50% of the partial profits to investors on a quarterly basis, starting on the date on which the application is published. The first distribution will take place 3 months after publication of the BeFaster app. The distribution is made in the ratio of the BFHT number held to the actual BFHT number in total.

4.3. The distribution of the profit participation right is based on Tron Europe ltd. model.   Consequently, investor satisfaction is generally based on the Tron Europe Reward Coin (TERC). Deviations from this are possible in principle and will be implemented within the framework of the application upon request and/or with consent.

4.4. At the time of distribution, the relevant distribution volume in TERC is to be generated by income in the current application and/or by purchases via Exchanges.

§  5 Purchase, Sale and Price of BFHT

5.1. The price of a BFHT is subject to the increases described in § 2 (d) depending on the volumes. The price increase is subject to the following principle:

1st 10 million BFHT each for 0.2 $

2nd 10 million BFHT each for 0.3 $

3rd 10 million BFHT each for 0.4 $

4th 10 million BFHT each for 0.5 $

5th 10 million BFHT each for 0.6 $

5.2. In the case of the extension of private sales, the following price scale is applied. The extension is announced both on the site and in all media. Price orientation in rounds 1 to 5 is based exclusively on time and not on sales volume.

1 round 03.07.2020 – 31.07.2020 0.2 USDT

2 round 01.08.2020 – 07.08.2020 0.3 USDT

3 round 08.08.2020 – 15.08.2020 0.4 USDT

4 round 16.08.2020 – 24.08.2020 0.5 USDT

5 round 25.08.2020 – 02.09.2020 0.6 USDT

5.3. The purchase of BFHT in Private Sale is possible with Bitcoin (BTC), Etherium (ETH) and Tronix (TRX) and credit card. The respective price of the crypto currency is subject to constant volatility. This is not subject to the influence of BeFaster or the Exchange. When purchasing the payment currency (BTC, ETH, TRX), investors are encouraged to deal with the applicable rules and regulations independently.

5.4. As is usual in a Private Sale, an equivalence token, the BFHT-IEO, is distributed among the wallets during the relevant period. After completion of the private sale, all investors receive the BFHT automatically through the Exchange.

5.5. BFHTs can be purchased by credit card from without prior transfer of funds in crypto currency.

§  6 Purpose and use of the BFHT

6.1. The purpose of the purchase of BFHT is to support the development, programming and worldwide marketing of the decentralized application The BFHT serves to determine the ratio in which the investors will participate in the partial company profit.

 6.2. By purchasing, receiving or owning the BFHT, the investor agrees to have his BFHT wallet volume converted to another type of token, should this be necessary based on legal provisions, regulations and licenses. The investor is thus aware that the BFHT does not represent or grant any ownership rights or shares, stocks, securities or equivalent rights in or in relation to or any of its affiliates, other than the rights expressly mentioned in these terms and conditions (participation right). The BFHT is not a security or other investment instrument.

§  7 Possible migration of the tokens

The tokens are created as TRC – 10 tokens on the Tron protocol. We reserve the right to migrate the TRC -10 based tokens to another protocol in the future and to generate replacement tokens on the new protocol (the „replacement tokens“) if we, in our sole discretion, consider it necessary or appropriate.

§  8 Scope of application of these conditions

8.1. These conditions exclusively govern the acquisition from BFHT in the context of a private sale.

8.2. The use of the tokens in connection with the providing or receiving of services on our application is governed by other applicable terms, conditions and policies. In particular, upon release, will generate an application-internal utility token that has no direct or indirect influence on the function of the BFHT.

§ 9 Recognition and assumption of risks by investors

9.1. You acknowledge that there are risks associated with the purchase and possession of the BFHT. With the acquisition of BFHT, the investor expressly acknowledges that the following risks, among others, are associated with the purchase:

9.1.1. Risk of loss of access to tokens due to loss of the private key(s), errors in portfolio management or buyer errors.

A private key or a combination of private keys is required to manage and dispose of the tokens stored in your digital wallet or vault. If you lose the required private key(s) to your digital wallet or vault, in which the tokens are stored, the tokens will be lost. In addition, a third party may acquire your tokens unlawfully by gaining access to this private key(s), including by gaining access to the login details of a hosted wallet service you are using. Any error or malfunction caused by or otherwise related to the digital wallet or vault you have selected to receive or store the tokens, including your own errors in the administration or use of such digital wallet or vault, may also result in the loss of your tokens. If you do not strictly follow the procedures prescribed for the purchase and reception of the Tokens, for example by entering an incorrect or non-TRC-10 compatible receiving address for the Tokens, this may also result in the loss of your Tokens.

9.1.2. Risks associated with the TRON protocol.

Since the BFHT are based on the Tron protocol, a malfunction or failure or setting of the Tron protocol may have an adverse effect on the BFHT. In addition, advances in cryptography or technical advances, such as the development of the quantum computer, may pose risks to the BFHT and the network. This also includes the usefulness of BFHT for obtaining services if the cryptographic consensus mechanism underlying the Tron protocol becomes ineffective.

9.1.3. Risk of Mining Attacks.

As with other decentralized cryptographic tokens based on the Tron protocol, BFHT are vulnerable to Miner attacks when validating BFCH transactions on the Tron block chain. This includes, but is not limited to, double spending, 51% attacks, and selfish mining attacks. Any successful attack poses a risk to BFHT, including, but not limited to, the correct execution and recording of transactions with BFHT.

9.1.4. Hacking risk and security deficiencies.

Hackers and other malicious groups or organizations ma y attempt to influence the BFHT invarious ways. This includes, but is not limited to, malware, consensus-based attacks, Sybil attacks, smurfing and spoofing. Since BFHT is also based on open source software, there is a risk that a third party or a member of society may, intentionally or unintentionally, incorporate weaknesses in the core infrastructure of the token protocol, which could have a negative impact on BFHT, in particular on the usability of the tokens to obtain the services.

9.1.5. Risk of uninsured losses.

Unlike deposits on bank accounts, the tokens are not subject to deposit protection or other public safeguards. In the event of a partial or total loss of value of the tokens, there is thereforeno public institution to compensate you for this loss.

9.1.6. Risks associated with uncertain regulations and enforcement actions.

The regulatory status of the BFHT or the distributed ledger technology is unclear or open in many jurisdictions. It is unpredictable how and whether regulators will apply existing regulations to this technology and its applications, including network and BFHT. Similarly, it is not possible to predict how and whether legislators or regulators will make changes to laws and regulations that affect distributed ledger technology and its applications, including BFHT. Government action may have a negative impact on BFHT in a number of ways. Such action may include, but is not limited to, a governmental determination that the purchase, sale, or delivery of tokens constitutes an unauthorized act or that the tokens are a regulated instrument that requires registration or approval of such instruments or of all or any of the parties involved in the purchase, sale, or delivery of such instruments. The Company may cease operating in any jurisdiction where it becomes illegal as a result of regulatory action or changes in laws or regulations, or where it makes no economic sense to obtain the regulatory approval(s) necessary to operate in such jurisdiction.

9.1.7. Risks arising from taxation.

The tax characterization of the tokens is uncertain. The investor himself must seek tax advice from qualified advisors in connection with the purchase of tokens, as this can have a tax disadvantage for you, e.g. through withholding taxes, income taxes or tax reporting obligations.

9.1.8. Risks associated with the development and maintenance of the Network.

The Network is still under development and may experience significant changes over time. While we intend thetokens and the network to operate as described in the white paper and will take all commercially reasonable steps to do so, we do not intend to use the tokens or the network in any way that is not in accordance with this white paper. However, we may be forced to make changes to the token or network properties for a number of legitimate reasons. In addition, we have no control over how other participants will use the network, what third party products or services will be offered over the network, or to what extent (if any) third party products and services will use the tokens. This leads to the risk that the tokens or the network may not meet your expectations at the time of purchase as they are further developed and maintained. In addition, it is possible that disruptions or inadequacies in the development or maintenance of the network may occur, which may have negative effects on the network and tokens as well as the potential usefulness of the tokens, in particular for obtaining the services.

9.1.9. Risk of fluctuations in value.

If the BTC, ETH and TRX fluctuates in value during or after the token sale, we may not be able to finance the development or develop or maintain BeFaster as intended. In addition to the usual market forces, there are various possible events that could increase the risk of BTC, ETH and USDC fluctuations in value, e.g. security incidents or market irregularities on one of the main exchanges for crypto currencies.

9.1.10 Risk of liquidation of the company or BeFaster

For a variety of reasons, including, but not limit ed to, unfavorable fluctuations in the value of BTC, ETH, TRX (or other cryptographic currencies or fiat money), the decrease in the usability of the tokens (including usability for obtaining services), the failure of business relationships or challenges to intellectual property, the operation of BeFaster may no longer be profitable or the Company may dissolve or become insolvent.

9.1.11. Risks due to lack of control rights.

As the BFHTs do not confer any rights of control over the legal entity of, all decisions concerning the Company’s products or services or the Company itself will be taken by the Company at its own discretion. This includes, but is not limited to, discontinuing decisions, products or services or selling or dissolving the Company.

9.1.12 Unforeseen risks.

Cryptographic tokens, such as the BFHT, are a new and not yet widely tested technology. In addition to the risks mentioned in this Section 10 of these Terms and Conditions, there are other risks associated with your purchase, ownership and use of the Tokens, in particular unforeseen risks. These risks may also materialize as unforeseen variations or combinations of the risks set forth in Section 9 of these Terms.

9.1.13 Total loss risk.

Each of the above-mentioned risks, individually or in combination with the realization of one or

more other risks, is likely to cause the partial or total loss (total loss) of the means employed

by investors to acquire BFHT. This also applies to the risks described in section 10 (a ) to (m).

IMPORTANT NOTE: As the BFHT are not intended to be or sold as securities or any other type of investment product, the information contained in this Section 9 should not be relied upon as the basis for any investment decision and does not constitute a recommendation to purchase BFHT. Any liability for any direct or indirect loss or damage of any kind whatsoever arising directly or indirectly from reliance on any information contained in this Section 9, any error, omission or inaccuracy in such information or any action taken in reliance thereon, is hereby expressly excluded.

9.2. Security of the Storage System

Investors are themselves responsible for taking reasonable measures to protect the Wallet, Vault or other storage system used by investors to receive and administer the BFHT purchased from us. This also includes any private keys or other registration data required for access to the Storage System(s). If investors‘ private keys or other access data are lost, investors may lose access to BFHT. We are not liable for any loss, cost or expense related to lost access data.

§  10 Taxes

All amounts paid by investors for BFHT are exclusive of any applicable taxes. Investors themselves are responsible for determining what taxes may be payable on their purchase of BFHT, including, for example, sales, use, value-added or similar taxes, and for complying with applicable tax regulations. It is also your responsibility to withhold, collect, report and pay the correct taxes to the appropriate tax authority. We are not liable for the withholding, collection, reporting and payment of sales, use, value-added or similar taxes arising from your purchase of BFHT.

§  11 Assurances and warranties

By sending the payment currencies to us to purchase BFCH, investors represent and warrant that:

11.1. Investors have read, understood and agree to these terms and conditions.

11.2. Investors acknowledge and agree that the purchase of BFHT involves risks, including (but not limited to) the risks described in § 9.

11.3. Investors have a sufficient understanding of the technical, financial and business issues, cryptographic tokens, storage systems (such as wallets) and blockchain technology to understand these terms and conditions and to assess the risks and implications of purchasing BFHT.

11.4. Investors are aware of the limitations and risks associated with the preparation of BFHT described herein and are aware of and assume all such risks;

11.5. Investors have sufficiently informed themselves about the BFHT to make an informed decision about the purchase of tokens;

11.6. Investors understand that other than the rights expressly set forth in these Terms, no rights of any kind whatsoever in relation to Tron Europe ltd. or are conferred by the BFHT, including but not limited to any ownership, distribution, redemption, liquidation, protection (including all forms of intellectual property) or other financial or legal rights;

11.7. Investors purchase BFHTsolely for the purpose of supporting the development, testing, deployment and operation of BeFaster, being aware of the risks associated with

11.8. Investors purchase BFHT in compliance with applicable laws and regulations in their jurisdiction, including, without limitation, their legal capacity and other minimum requirements under their jurisdiction for the purchase of BFHT, foreign exchange agreements or regulatory restrictions to which the purchase is subject, and any government or other approvals to be obtained;

11.9. Investors will comply with all applicable tax obligations in their jurisdiction arising out of the purchase of BFHT;

11.10 Investors, if they purchase BFHTon behalf of a legal entity, are entitled to accept these Terms on behalf of that legal entity and that legal entity is liable for any breach of these Terms by it or any other of its employees or agents (the term „it“ in these Terms referring to the investors and the legal entity together); other purpose, including but not limited to, not for investment, speculation, or economic purposes;

11.11 Investors are not citizens or permanent residents of the People’s Republic of China.

11.12 Investors are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States and do not have their primary residence or habitual abode in the United States of America, including Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands or any other property of the United States. In order to purchase BFHTand by purchasing BFHT, you agree to represent and warrant that none of the holders of the Company of which you are an authorized representative are U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States and you do not have your primary or habitual residence or possessions in the United States of America, including Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands or other United States possessions.

11.13 Investors are not citizens or residents of any geographical area in which access to or use of the Services or acceptance or delivery of BFHT is prohibited by law, regulation, order, agreement or administrative act, are not citizens, residents or residents of any geographical area subject to sanctions or embargoes of the United States or any other sovereign state, are not a natural person or an employee or member of any legal entity blacklisted on the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Denied Persons or Entity List of the U.S. Department of Commerce, or the Specially Designated Nationals or Blocked Persons Lists of the U.S. Treasury Department, or the Debarred Parties List of the U.S. State Department. You agree to immediately cease using the Services if your country of residence or other circumstances change such that the above representations no longer apply. If you register to use the Services on behalf of any legal entity, you further represent and warrant that such legal entity is a properly constituted and effective legal entity under the laws in force in the country in which it is established and that you are duly authorized by such legal entity to act on its behalf.

§ 12 Limitation of liability

12.1 As far as permissible according to applicable law shall be liable. Or a company belonging to it is in no case liable for indirect, concrete accodental or consequental damages (including, but not limited to, damages in cpnnection with loss of revenue, income or profit, loss of data or damage due to business interruption ) arising out of or in connection with the sale or use of the website or any other way connected with these terms and conditions, and also not in the form of punitive damages, regardless oft he ac and regardless of whether the claims are based on contract or tort (including, without limitation, for simple negligence, whether active, passive or attributed negligenc), or any other legal basis ot theory of equity (even if the party has been advised oft he possibility of such damages and regardless of whether the damages were foreseeable), and the aggregate liability oft he company and ist affiliates (toghther) shall in no event exceed the amount you oay fort he tokens, regardless oft hat, wheteher the claims are made on the basis oft he contract or warranty or tort. Law (including, but not limited to, simple negligence, whether active, passive or attributed negligence) or on the basis of any other theory arising out or in connection with these terms and conditions or the use or inability tot he tokens.

12.2. The limitations set forth in these terms and conditions, in particular the limitations descibed in section 12.1. do not, however, constitute a limitation of liability or exclusion of liability in the event of gross negligence or wilful, wilful or negligent misconduct on the part oft he company or ist representatives, or in the event of injury to body, life or health caused intentionally or negligently by the company or ist representatives.

§  13 Applicable law and place of jurisdiction

13.1. These Conditions shall be governed by, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Malta, excluding the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and notwithstanding any conflict of law rules or principles which would give rise to the application of the law of that other country.

13.2. The place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising out of or in connection with the purchase of BFHTshall be Valetta to the extent permitted by law.

§  14 Severability clause

If any term, clause or provision of these Terms shall be deemed unlawful, void or unenforceable, this shall not affect the validity or enforceability of the remainder of these Terms. If any provision is invalid or unenforceable, that invalidity shall be remedied by a valid provision that the parties would have agreed upon had they known of the invalidity.

§  15 Other

These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between us and you with respect to your purchase of BFHT from us. is entitled to assign its rights and obligations under these terms and conditions. Should not exercise or enforce any right or provision of these terms and conditions, this shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. shall not be liable for default or impossibility of performance of any obligation under these terms and conditions if such default or impossibility is due to any cause beyond our control. The purchase of BFHT from does not constitute a partnership, joint venture or similar relationship between the parties. Except as otherwise provided in these Terms, these Terms are for mutual benefit only and no transfer of rights to benefit any other person or entity under these Terms is intended. Investors acknowledge and agree that all agreements, notices, announcements and other communications made available by BeFaster to investors, including these Terms, will be made available in electronic form.

Right of withdrawal

Revocation instruction

You have the right to revoke this contract within fourteen days without giving reasons.

The withdrawal period shall be fourteen days from the date on which you or a third party other

than the carrier who has taken possession of the goods, designated by you, have taken possession

of them.

To exercise your right of withdrawal, you must contact us ltd., represented by Irina Manilitsch and Maximilian Jurtz, Southridge Apartments, Block I, Flat 2.2., Louis Wettinger Street, Mellieha, Malta

Phone: +49 (0) 176 845 449 91

e-mail: [email protected] by means of a clear declaration (e.g. a lett er or e-mail sent by post)

of your decision to revoke this contract. You can use the attached sample revocation form, which is not mandatory.

In order to comply with the revocation period, it is sufficient that you send the notification of the

exercise of the right of revocation before the expiry of the revocation period.

Consequences of the revocation

If you revoke this Agreement, we shall promptly refund to you all payments we have received

from you, including delivery charges (other than additional charges arising from your choosing a method of delivery other than the cheapest standard delivery offered by us), within fourteen days of the date on which we receive notice of your revocation of this Agreement at the latest. We will use the same means of payment for such refund as you used for the original transaction unless expressly agreed otherwise with you and in no event will you be charged for such refund. We may refuse to refund until we have received the Goods back or until you have provided evidence that you have returned the Goods, whichever is earlier.

You must return or hand over the goods to us immediately and in any event within fourteen days of the day on which you notify us of the revocation of this contract at the latest. This period shall be deemed to have been observed if you dispatch the goods before the expiry of the period of fourteen days. We shall bear the costs of returning the goods.

You shall only be liable for any loss in value of the goods if such loss in value is due to handling of the goods that is not necessary for testing their condition, properties and functionality.

Sample withdrawal form (If you want to cancel the contract, please fill out this form and send it back.)

An BeFaster ltd., represented by Irina Manilitsch and Maximilian Jurtz, Southridge Apartments, Block I, Flat 2.2., Louis Wettinger Street, Mellieha, Malta, Phone: +49 (0) 176 845 449 91

e-mail: [email protected]

I/we (*) hereby cancel the contract concluded by me/us (*) for the purchase of the following

goods (*)/the provision of the following services (*)

Ordered on (*)/received on (*)

Name(s) of consumer(s)

Address of consumer(s)

Signature of consumer(s) (only for paper communication) date

(*) Delete as appropriate.