CAMP, Impact Donation

The Conquest of economic inequality And Miseries Poverty and to share the decent human life

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About Business

Camp,Impact Donation

By utilizing the resources and capabilities of the developing nations to the full extent, bases for virtuous economic cycle are established and the nations voluntarily cut off the vicious cycle of poverty after being economically independent. After all, every developing nation passes through the dark tunnel to have developed life style and shares the opportunity and condition for decent life.

Business Goals

Problem
Solution

Cyclical problem of existing donation

Donations we know of are based on basic necessities for daily survival and they are exhaustive donations, of which receiving party must wait for subsequent donation in harsh condition once the consumption is completed.

Exhaustive donation / awaiting donation / donation that returns to zero

CAMP’s suggested solution, Impact Donation

Impact Donation, promoted by Camp Global, builds a village's independent economic infrastructure through donations and builds a sustainable economic system that enables villages to become independent. Through increased profits and reasonable distribution of villagers, the donation becomes a plus that can promote developmental re-investment in another village which is in need of economic independence.

Creative donation / virtuous economic cycle donation / donation that can become a plus

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Business Framework

Impact Donation system is designed as a donation for camp projects for virtuous circle of independent economy in underdeveloped areas and
as a capitalization for distribution business which is the basis of capital creation required for system operation.
Profits generated by the distribution business become developmental re-investment to the camp business.

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Business Roadmap

  • 1
    Showing Hope icon
    STEP 01
    Sowing Hope

    Sowing hope in universities in
    underdeveloped countries

  • 2
    Growing Hope icon
    STEP 02
    Growing Hope

    Escape from poverty and independent growth in
    underdeveloped rural villages

  • 3
    Sharing Hope icon
    STEP 03
    Sharing Hope

    Construction of Solar Hope Camp Town
    through sharing

Showing Hope

In the Sowing Hope stage, the Solar Hope Camp is donated to universities with young talent as the stage of sowing seeds to build a virtuous cycle of independent economy system. Based on the donated facilities, university students make their own commercialization models, and in the future, an economic ecosystem based on university students is built and sustainable profitable businesses are established.

Growing Hope

In Growing Hope stage, Solar Hope Camp is constructed in underdeveloped rural villages of developing countries, establishing foundation for rural residents to escape from poverty on their own, and building a sustainable independent economy system. University graduates who have completed the camp management education at the university will be dispatched here to help establish a stable system.

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Sharing Hope

In Sharing Hope stage, the profits of the villages with independent economy and Camp Global are gathered and re-invested in the construction of Solar Hope Camp Town for the true urbanization of rural villages.

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Solar Hope Camp

Micro-grid based Solar Hope Camp
Solar Hope Camp was designed based on micro-grid technology. Unstable electricity and water supply systems of the central governments in developing countries are often undeveloped areas due to frequent power interruptions, water interruptions and lack of national budget. Solar Hope Camp builds an independent power production system using solar heat to solve chronic energy problems in developing countries and aims to make people's lives more human Migration of living areas centered on camps

Microgrid ?

What is Micro-grid?
Smart grid system of small units that can independently generate power in small areas. In other words, it is a small-scale independent and next-generation power system in which renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power and energy storage devices (ESS) are fused and combined.

10 Modules

Solar hope camp
Solar Hope Camp is basically equipped with solar power supply usually consists of 10 sectors Microgrid-based Solar Hope Camp.

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SOLAR HOPE CAMP

Capacity for 5000 people
Solar Hope Camp
Solar Hope Camp, utilized by 5,000 people, uses 400Kw per day. This is enough electricity production for Solar Hope Camp, even though some increase in future usage.

  • Solar PURI : 50 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Clinic : 20 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Class : 50 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Care : 20 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Works : 80 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Shop : 30 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Beauty : 20 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Shower : 20 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Agro-mill: 90 kWh / day consume
  • Solar Toilet : 20 kWh / day consume

Total: 400 kWh /day consume

The remaining 320Kw can be used to be on 120 streetlights from 6pm to 6am as micro grid electricity and brighten three public buildings and two schools.
Additionally, 40Kw is left every day, so that we can keep the extra electricity.

Electric power availability for micro grid

1. Generation 720 kWh/day – 〈Solar HOPE Camp10〉 400kWh/day
= 320 kWh/day available for micro grid.

2. Considering the power distribution efficiency 70%(Power Drop)
320 kWh/day x 0.7 = 224 kWh/day can be used by the community micro grid.

Electric power availability for micro grid

1. Village street lightings : 30W/light x 120 post x 12 hrs.(6 pm~ 6 am)
= 44 kWh/day for 120 street lightings

2. Village Public Office Buildings : 60 kWh/day for 3 buildings

3. Village schools : 80 kWh/day for 2 schools

4. Reserved : 40 kWh/day

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Business Introduction

Solar Hope Camp is the Microgrid

SITE OF SOLAR HOPE CAMP

MOU with Camp Global ZEBIDAR Coffee Coop
Presentation on business cooperation of the Ethiopian Federation of Coop (FCA)
Adigrat University Camp Global Presentation
Outdated university meal production facilities
solar Hope Camp shipment of the 2nd demonstration district in Ethiopia
Solar Bakery Operation Site in the 1st Demonstration District
Steintech Blockchain Season 1 Project Final Announcement
Donation Service-Camp Global
Steintech Blockchain Season 1 Project Announced
1st demonstration district installation process and module description
Solar Bakery, the first pilot district in Ethiopia
Tasting clean water at the Solar Fury construction site
Innovative solar micro frid T&C korea
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Business Progress

Progress

Photo of MOU signing with Ethiopia Water Resources

Camp Biz Progress

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Token Economy

CAMP token
Camp Token
There are 4 economies for Camp Token to vitalize the circulation of the tokens, increase in the value of tokens, and market stabilization. They are CAMP DDR Economy, CAMP RB Economy, CAMP SHC Payment Economy, and CAMP DP Economy.
Features
The characteristics of CAMP Economy is that many token businesses assumed unspecified many users to use the tokens, whereas CAMP Economy is built on the base of about 80 Million Users who are Ethiopia cooperators and guaranteed company users, and it extends to targeted but unspecified users

CAMP DDRP ECONOMY

[ Discount / Deposit / Repurchase / Payment ]

CAMP DDRP Economy is discount, depositing, token repurchase, payment trading ecosystem. CAMP DDRP Economy enhances will to pay with tokens via discount, stabilize tokens in the market via depositing, and induce the increase in the price via large-scale token repurchasing.

Camp Global Ethiopia will purchase CAMP Token from exchange for commercial trades. The volume of trade of T&C Ethiopia is expected to be not low due to the trade of coffee and sesame. T&C Ethiopia will acquire the selling right of coffee as the condition for investment, thus stable trading is expected.

CAMP RB ECONOMY

[ Repurchase & Burn ]

CAMP RB Economy is ecosystem of repurchase and incineration. CAMP RB Economy uses 10% of the revenue gained from Solar Hope Camp to repurchase CAMP Token from the exchange to incinerate, it is the ecosystem that leads increment of the amount of tokens in circulation and value of tokens by decreasing the total amount of tokens.

The Economy is the ecosystem that increases the demand via repurchasing tokens, and reduces the supply via incineration to induce doubled effect of vitalization and increase of value. The incineration of Token is limited to 50% of the amount of tokens distributed in the Crowd Distribution.

CAMP SHC PAYMENT ECONOMY

CAMP SHC Payment Economy is payment trade ecosystem, the natural property of utility token.

Solar Hope Camp Business has two business structures. One is offline business, and the other one is online business. Offline business is the tokens used in trades for daily necessities in the Solar Hope Camp, and Online Business is the Shopping Mall Business where the providers sell local specialties, such as coffee, to the global customers. All trades are made with CAMP Token bought at the exchange.

CAMP DPB ECONOMY

[ Donation, Payment, Burn ]

CAMP DPB Economy is an ecosystem with donation, discount, payment and incineration. Donating by purchasing tokens form exchange induces large-scale trades on the exchange, and the discount induces the purchase by the residents of donating district; this is the ecosystem with three-step vitalization where the amount of donated tokens are incinerated to induce large-scale demands and reduces the total supply.
CAMP foundation will promote the sisterhood relationship of the governments of the districts of advanced countries, including South Korea, and towns of the underdeveloped nations. This will develop the bonding relationship between the districts With sisterhood relationship of the governments.
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CAMP Token

  • INTIAL TOKEN OFFERING

  • Initial Token Offering

    Token name : CAMP
    Total number of CAMPs Issue : 10,000,000,000

  • Token Allocation

    Initially, 10 billion CAMP Tokens are issued, No further publication.

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    Crowd Distribution

    This is token distributed to the users who would use CAMP Token. The amount of tokens allocated for Crowd Distribution is 40% of the total issuing amount: 4 billion Tokens. Crowd Distribution Tokens are firstly bought as the business profits for Solar Hope Camp, and gradually incinerated. The incineration is processed for 50% of supplied tokens, and no more incinerations are processed after 50% of tokens are incinerated.

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    Management

    These are tokens owned and managed by the company for managing tokens and the business, including marketing, Business Development, Marketing, etc.

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    Donation & Burn

    Solar Hope Camp Business is for common good, and many donations will be arranged during the business. Support project for KOICA is already decided. Donation & Burn is the tokens related to funds donated to business. It is the tokens burnt compared to the market value and donated amount. Donation here includes personal donation, donation from organization or institutes, donation from corporations, and aid funds, and all funds donated without a benefit in return.

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    Expert / Advisor / Team

    These is token rewarded for CAMP Development team working hard for business model development, service development, and successful settlement of CAMP in the market, advisors and the experts.

CAMP Token Roadmap

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Camp Team

  • Seyoung Cha
    • CAMP GLOBAL / Co-founder
    • CAMP GLOBAL / CEO
    • Member of SRO, Korea Blockchain Association
    • Blockchain Executive Education, Korea University
  • Gyuhwa JangCMO
    • CAMP GLOBAL / CMO
    • T & C KOREA / CEO
    • Vice President, Korea Import Association
    • Graduated from Hanyang Univ.
    • Industrial technology field and development sales, Overseas business career 36 years
  • Yeongcheol JangCTO
    • CAMP GLOBAL / CTO
    • CTO, Keystone Lab
    • Prev.) CEO, INSIDERF
    • Prev.) Senior researcher, Indicos
    • Business Administration, Information and Communication Engineering, Kyung Hee Cyber University
    • Computer Science, Institute of Information Technology, KwangWoon University
  • Youngsik Go
    • CAMP GLOBAL / Vice President of Production Headquarters
    • T & C KOREA / Vice President
      22 years of working in T & C KOREA
      Production site management
  • Eunji Cha
    • CAMP GLOBAL / Director of Overseas Business Headquarters
    • T & C KOREA / Director
      18 years of T & C KOREA working
      overseas businesses
  • Sanggyeon Han
    • Camp Global / CSO
    • Prev.) Researcher at the National Institute of Environmental Research/li>
    • Prev.) Researcher at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)/li>
    • Master of Environmental Engineering, University of Seoul"/li>
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Camp Team

Expert Partner & Special Advisro

Hajin Jhun Expert Partner &
SpecialAdvisor
  • Chairman of Self-Regulatory Organization, Korea Blockchain Association
  • Advisor, Korea Smart Human Tech Association
  • Vice President of the Korean Association of Urban Policies
  • CEO of Siti Plan
  • Prev.) The Member of the 19th Congress
  • Prev.) CEO of Hancom

Hajin Jhun is one of the most influential intellectual in South Korea,
Who serve as CEO of Hancom (1998-2001) and the 19th Congress. With numerous successes and failures of the last 30 years as the background, he is the leader that continuously suggests solutions for the future. He is estimating that the life of human beings will change to value-oriented society as it experiences intellectual and quality-wise expansion. He suggested the new city concept named Sustainable Intellectual Technologies Integrated (Siti), cities where the expansion of new, blockchain-based governance, sustainability and happiness of residents can be maximized, and he is giving the best effort to spread it.

He is serving as an advisor of many companies, and is currently the chairman of SRO, Korea Blockchain Association, Advisor of Korea Smart Human Tech Association, Vice-President of The Korea Association of Urban Policies, CEO, Siti Plan, Inc. etc.

Hajin Jhun is one of the most influential intellectual in South Korea,
Who serve as CEO of Hancom (1998-2001) and the 19th Congress. With numerous successes and failures of the last 30 years as the background, he is the leader that continuously suggests solutions for the future. He is estimating that the life of human beings will change to value-oriented society as it experiences intellectual and quality-wise expansion. He suggested the new city concept named Sustainable Intellectual Technologies Integrated (Siti), cities where the expansion of new, blockchain-based governance, sustainability and happiness of residents can be maximized, and he is giving the best effort to spread it.

He is serving as an advisor of many companies, and is currently the chairman of SRO, Korea Blockchain Association, Advisor of Korea Smart Human Tech Association, Vice-President of The Korea Association of Urban Policies, CEO, Siti Plan, Inc. etc.

AWARDS

2015.Excellent Member of Saenuri Party Inspection of State Administration

2015.The Second Money Today Top Prize for Law

2015.Grand Award for Parliamentary Politics of South Korea

2015.The 13th Joong Bu Il Boo Yulgok National Politics Prize

2015.The First Money Today Top Prize for Law, Consultant Special Prize

2014.Excellent Member Recommended by the Party for the Secretariat of the National Assembly Legislation and Policy Development

2014.The Good Law National Assembly Member Prize for Dedication

2014.KOFST Excellent Prize for parliamentary politics

2013.Korean Newspapermen’s Association Creative Economy Parliamentary Politics Prize for Contribution

2013.NGO Monitoring Group Prize for Parliamentary Politics

2013.The 11th Simin Ilbo Prize for Parliamentary Politics/Administration

2013.KOFST Excellent Prize for Science Technology-related Parliamentary Politics

2001.The 100 Technology Leading Company Prize by the Global Economy Meeting

1997.The Presidential Award for Proud New Korean

Jaejoon Kim Expert Partner &
SpecialAdvisor
  • Director, Chungnam Center for Creative Economy & Innovation (CCCEI)
  • Prev.) Advisory committee, Chungnam Regional Energy Outlook
  • Prev.) Senior Researcher, Future industry and Planning Department, Chungnam Techno Park,
  • Prev.) Chief Researcher, Policy Research Division, FRI
  • Seoul National University, Ph.
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AWARDS

2017.

(AFORE 2017) "Excellent paper award"

A study on the macroeconomic effect of expanding renewable energy as a greenhouse gas reduction policy in Korea.

2007.

Korea Environmental Research Institute's Best Researcher Award

Domestic integrated environment and economic model development project

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Girmay G.Michael Yihdego Expert Partner &
SpecialAdvisor

Profile

Alphasol International Group CEO

Prev.) EFFORT Corporation Vice CEO

Prev.) Ergib Trading PLC Owner & GM

Prev.) Guna Trading House SH.Co, HR Dept Head

Prev.) Addis Ababa City Public Administration

Prev.) Minister of Education Secondary School Chemistry Teacher in Eritrea

▶ Addis Ababa University M.A.

Abera Endeshaw Abebe Expert Partner &
SpecialAdvisor

Profile

Federal Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy (MoWIE)

Senior Technical Advisor to Seqota Declaration and Multi Sectoal Woreda (District) Transformation programs

Prev.) Coffey International Development Ltd – Tetra Tech Technical Services Manager

Prev.) FTS Management and Strategy Consulting – Freelance Consultant WASH Specialist

Prev.) WaterAid Ethiopia Senior Policy and Influencing Expert

Prev.) Research Inspired Policy and Practice Learning in Ethiopia and the Nile Region (RiPPLE) Program Coordinator

Prev.) Benishangul Gumuz Region, Water, Mines and Energy Bureau Sociologist and Regional WaSH Coordinator

▶ Indira Gandhi National Open University M.A.

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Camp Team

Advisor Group

  • Jungseok Choi

    Director of Development, Keystone Lab

    Prev.) CEO of Futures Brain

    Prev.) Director of Loganstone Technology

    Prev.) Director of Futures Brain

    Bachelor of Business Administration, Korea University

  • Jaekyung Park

    CEO of K&P Partners

    Productivity Expert Member of TPM, Korean Standards Association

    Distribution Innovation Expert Member, the Korea Productivity Center

    Prev.) Maeil Business Newspaper

    Bachelor in Economics, Yonsei University

  • Myungseok Song

    CSO, G-Bridge

    Prev.) The Director of Qasset

    MBA Master’s Degree, Yonsei University

    Bachelor of Agricultural Economics, SNU

  • In Park

    Director of Springhill Partner

    Prev.) PE Headquarters, Orion Capital Management

    Prev.) Perpetiel Partners

    Prev.) Bell River Finance

    Bachelor of International finance, Waseda University

  • Yeongmin Kwon

    Major Shareholder of Tamsrun Tamhada Tamhaso

    Director of New business Headquarters, Tom N Toms

    Prev.) CEO of JoongAng Ilbo Plus

    Prev.) Journalist, JoongAng Ilbo

    Bachelor of Philosophy, Sungkyunkwan University

  • Changu Park

    CEO of Sebang Global Battery

    Prev.) CEO of Woongjin Toray

    Prev.) Director of Department of Business Planning, Woongjin Group

    MBA, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

    Bachelor of Textile Engineering, Hanyang University

  • Yeongcheol Kim

    CEO of G1 Contents

    President of Viomix

    Steering Committee Member of Korea Federation of SMEs/Chairman of Korea Character Industrial Cooperative Federation

    Bachelor of Business Administration, Hongik University

  • Eunjang Park

    CEO of Viomix

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Camp Partner

CAMP

Partner

SIGMACHAIN

www.sigmachain.co.kr

14, Gwangpyeong-ro 42-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

CAMP

Partner

Viomix food system

www.viomix.co.kr

17, Seonyuseo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, 1F

CAMP

Partner

Connectlaw

www.connectlaw.co.kr

7, Teheran-ro 28-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 2F

CAMP

Partner

Adigrat University

www.adu.edu.et

CAMP

Partner

ZEBIDAR Integrated Coffee
Producer Cooperative

CAMP

Partner

DooriDoori TV

CAMP

Partner

Probit Korea

www.probit.kr/

CAMP

Partner

Probit Global

www.probit.com

CAMP

Partner

GDac

www.gdac.com/