[CRL] Revenue sharing on blockchain: review of the CORL project

The technological revolution we are witnessing since the Internet beginning is like a Midas king. Whatever it touches it is turning gold – maybe besides the video arcades. The investment market is not the exception. Firstly internet and now blockchain gave it a great possibility to grow. Let’s me introduce you CORL, my thesis example, a revenue sharing platform which allows early-stage investment in the perspective start-ups.


To understand the CORL concept fully we have to be aware of revenue market specific. According to the definition, it is an investment in exchange for company parts. The loan payments are tied to the results the company achieves, in better months are higher in worst go down.

If we can compare the risk and reward proportions for the investors, revenue sharing will be somewhere in between with the bank loan and venture investments.

This situation looks totally different from the entrepreneur point of view. Bank loans and venture investments have switched their sides, just the revenue sharing stayed in the same position. It means that this is the best form of investment for both sides, pure plus-plus exchange. 

STARTUPS bonuses

Access to long-term growth capital within 2 weeks.

Grow on your own terms without any dilution or personal guarantees.

Remain in full control of your company.

Flexible repayment approach—pay as you grow.



Receive a continuous stream of quarterly dividends, based on future earnings of Corl.

Earn up to 15-30% annually.

Diversify your portfolio beyond stocks and bonds through crypto assets.

Help support emerging companies.


Tokens and ICO

CORL like many other ICOs nowadays decided to wait with their token sale for a better market situation. For today there is no option to buy the CORL tokens, although there is a chance to receive an early access. The CORL token, called CRL is based on ERC-20 (Ethereum) and ST-20 (Polymath) protocols. Its price will range between 0,05 to 0,15 USD for one token in different ICO periods.

Team and partners

The actual CORL team consists of:

Sam Kawtharani, Co-Founder, CEO
Derek Manuge, Co-Founder, CIO
Bill Tharp, Chief Revenue Officer
Lian Liam, Full Stack Developer
George Yammine, Full Stack Developer

Although, before the ICO this list will be very likely longer.

The project also attracted some advisers: Safwan Zaheer (FinTech), Sandy Hershaw (Venture Capital), Darren Franceshini (Blockchain), Matt Mcguire(Compliance), Mayco Quiroz (Treasury), Ben Clayton (Startups).

 One of the project highlights are the CORL partners. Especially seriously looks the Polymath.




Despite not having the token sale, CORL is doing a very good job in collecting the community. I guess bounty0x is somehow involved in the splendid numbers CORL gained.

 25 862 members has CORL official telegram channel. Which is couple times more than the average team, during the ICO has.

 Official CORL Twitter profile has 7 825 followers and it is Facebook channel is followed by 14 467 users.

There is still some work to do on the marketing materials. But I am sure that before the ICO begins CORL will put their efforts to pimp up the website and the whitepaper.


If you want to learn more about the CORL or receive an early access check the links below:





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Disclaimer: this is NOT investment advice. This is purely my opinion, based on facts found on project website, whitepaper, social media and etc. Please do your own research and decide if it qualifies with your risk profile.

Anna Hare

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