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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE ECOSYSTEM POWERED BY USER-GENERATED AND USER-CONTROLLED SPORTS AND WELLNESS DATA

TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT 3 CHALLENGES OF THE MOBILE HEALTH DATA INDUSTRY 4 OWNERSHIP 5 INTEGRATION 6 FREE DATA FLOW 7 THE HEALTH INDUSTRY AND THE BLOCKCHAIN 8 LYMPO: ECOSYSTEM POWERED BY USER-GENERATED DATA 11 LYMPO WALLET AND USER REWARD MECHANISM 12 LYMPO MARKETPLACE: MONETIZING DATA 14 LYMPO CROWDFUNDING PLATFORM 14 ROADMAP 16 LYMPO: USER REWARD SOLUTION DESCRIPTION 18 SECURITY MEASURES 23 LYMPO (LYM) TOKEN SALE 25 TEAM 27

ABSTRACT The usage of mobile health (mHealth) apps and wearables is ever-growing. More than 52% of smart phone users gather health-related information on their phone. In 2016 alone, mHealth app store downloads totalled 3.2 billion. Health-related data is a precious asset for both individuals and stakeholders in the data-driven sports, health and wellness industry. However, the users generating this data cannot aggregate, share and monetize it. Moreover, because it lacks the means to interconnect existing data, the industry cannot unlock its full potential for the benefit of all market players. The rise of mHealth applications has not yet delivered on the promise of digital technology empowering individuals and resulting in better health care and a more connected sports and wellness market. The Lympo ecosystem resolves this problem. Powered by user-generated and user-controlled fitness and wellness data, Lympo will allow the exchange of value through the introduction LYM utility tokens. Lympo’s goal is an ecosystem where data is used efficiently by all industry stakeholders and everyone is rewarded fairly. It consists of three pillars: the Lympo fitness wallet, a marketplace and the Lympo crowdfunding platform. The Lympo digital fitness wallet and user reward mechanism is at the core of the Lympo ecosystem. The wallet functions as an entry to the ecosystem and allows users to be rewarded in LYM tokens for their healthy lifestyle achievements. These tokens can be used to purchase goods and services in a marketplace starting from an existing Lympo platform uniting more than 500 fitness professionals and later expanding to a broad network of sports, wellness and health goods and services providers. Finally, LYM tokens will be used on the Lympo crowdfunding platform to invest in innovative data driven companies in the industry which will contribute to the growth of this new ecosystem. 3

CHALLENGES OF THE MOBILE HEALTH DATA INDUSTRY The digital health market is exploding both in number of new companies and with the expected market size of $233.3 billion by 2020. Much of growth is predicted to come from the mobile health (mHealth) market. In 2016 alone, the estimated total number of mHealth apps increased 57%2. In that same year, the number mHealth app store downloads totalled 3.2 billion, with 52% of smartphone users gathering health-related information on their phone3. Most newer phones have inbuilt health-related data gathering capacities predicating this number to soar in the upcoming years. What data are we gathering? Over the years, the fastest-growing mHealth sector was the fitness and wellness domain with a projected compound annual growth (CAGR) of 48.1%4 . 65% of all mHealth apps in the U.S. connect to wellness services, among which fitness has a strong leadership position with 36% of the total apps. Top categories also include weight loss, exercise, women’s health, sleep and meditation. FROM WELLNESS TO NOT-SO-WELLNESS United States, mobile-health apps, 2015, % 0 20 40 60 80 100 LIFESTYLE DIET AND DISEASE- FITNESS OTHER AND STRESS NUTRITION SPECIFIC WOMEN’S HEALTH HEALTH-CARE AND PREGNANCY PROVIDERS WELLNESS DISEASE AND TREATMENT MEDICATION SOURCE: IMS HEALTH REMINDERS economist.com At the same time, since 2005 the sports & wellness market has almost doubled from 46 to over 90 billion US dollars. All key market players in this industry: from personal trainers, gyms, sports apparel and healthy food producers to health insurers and companies aiming to incentivize a healthy lifestyle among their employees, could benefit from cross-platform fitness and wellness data exchange. Nevertheless, the data which users track every day remains confined by a single 1 Global digital health market from 2015 to 2020, Statista, https://www.statista.com/statistics/387867/value-of-worldwide-digital-health-market-forecast-by-segment/ 2 The mHealth app market is getting crowded reaching the 259.000 apps, Ticbiomed, https://www.ticbiomed.org/2016/10/13/the-mhealth-app-market-is-getting-crowded-reaching-the-259-000-apps/ 3 Is Mobile Healthcare the Future, Greatcall, http://www.greatcall.com/greatcall/lp/is-mobile-health- care-the-future-infographic.aspx?clickid=Vvj2G71CQzdyW2DVJSTXHW3XUkhV4pyzBRQvTI0&irpid=10078&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Skimbit%20Lt d.&AG=BVA 4 mHealth Solutions Market - Global Forecast to 2020, Markets & Markets, http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/PressReleases/mhealth-apps-and-solutions.asp 4

provider or a small network of partners at best, and said user has very limited ways to share it. Notwithstanding, the growing market and the extensive use of mHealth apps have not yet deliver on the promise of digital technology that empowers individuals and results in better health care and a more connected sports and wellness market. The crucial shortages: 1. We are not the owners of the quantified self; 2. mHealth apps do not integrate with each other. 3. Due to restricted data flow, sports and wellness market lacks connectivity. MAJOR INDUSTRY SHORTAGES OWNERSHIP In 2011, the World Economic Forum announced personal data to be a new asset class. Among all data classes, health related data is one of the most valued and expensive assets. However, it turns out that our personal data is not our personal asset. The quantified self is a term denoting “self-knowledge through self-tracking”. While it might have been a voluntary movement back in 20075, nowadays we are all voluntarily or involuntarily part of this movement if we use a smartphone with health data tracking, any mHealth app or a fitness wearable. The problem is that while we are busy quantifying ourselves, the companies whose products we are using are busy collecting our data and generating profits from it. And this is a big concern for users. A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that “many health apps may be sharing patients’ health data without their knowledge”6. Another study on reducing cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk with the help of mHealth apps and wearables concludes that: Mobile health technology has shown the potential to optimize the management of CVD and other chronic diseases by empowering patients through better health self-monitoring and education. However, several challenges are present when patient’s data are utilized and monitored in the healthcare setting. A common issue is the privacy and security of health information7. 5 Quantified Self Institute, https://qsinstitute.com/about/what-is-quantified-self/ 6 Things are looking app, The Economist, http://www.economist.com/news/business/21694523-mobile-health-apps-are-becoming-more-capable-and-potentially-rather-useful-things-are-looking 7 Felipe Lobelo, Hevall M. Kelli, Sheri Chernetsky Tejedor et all., The Wild Wild West: A Framework to Integrate mHealth Software Applications and Wearables to Support Physical Activity Assessment, Counseling and Interventions for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction, Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases, 2016 May-June, 58(6): 584-594, accessed https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5362162/ , stressed by me. 5

Furthermore, CVDs are the number one cause of death globally: more people die annually from CVDs than from any other cause. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 17.7 million people died from CVDs in 2015, representing 31% of all global deaths. At the same time, WHO stresses that “most cardiovascular diseases can be prevented by addressing behavioural risk factors such as tobacco use, unhealthy diet and obesity, physical inactivity and harmful use of alcohol”8. Thus, incentivizing healthy behaviour is one of the crucial challenges for health innovations. At Lympo, we believe that part of the answer is allowing users to own the data they generate. Lympo presents a health/fitness app data aggregator that does not share users’ data, but enables them to monetize it instead. TO SUM UP: We are not the owners of one of the most valuable assets we have, our health-related data, although we constantly gather this data voluntarily or involuntarily. INTEGRATION An additional problem with the mHealth sector is that the market is very segmented. Most apps focus on one specific area, while each of the providers gather only very specific information, thus lacking an overall picture. While various aggregators that allow integration exist, users are reluctant to connect their apps and wearables to them because there is no real advantage for a user to have this data in one place: aggregators rarely answer the question “What’s next?”. Usually integration only means that a user is transferring more data to one app provider with no reward mechanism for its user. Thus, the interaction stays mostly limited to occasional data sharing on social media. In addition to this, numerous research accounts show that privacy is the number one concern for mHealth users. Most companies offering possibilities to integrate data are big players like Apple, Google or Microsoft that regardless own a lot of users’ data and do not inspire the trust that is needed to store sensitive health information in one place. The 2017 report by Human Data Commons reveals that big corporations with extensive capacities to integrate data are weakest in terms of providing direct human contact for consumers9. These challenges make it difficult for a user to have all generated data in one place. While such a data set would be very valuable for getting feedback from a sports or mindfulness coach, physical therapist and even a general practitioner, it remains scattered among a variety of apps and devices. 8 Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), The World Health Organisation, http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs317/en/ 9 2017 Quantified Self Report Card: User Rights in the Age of Biometric Tracking, Human Data Commons Foundation, https://humandatacommons.org/pdfs/HumanDataCommons_QS_ReportCard_2017.pdf 6

TO SUM UP: Market segmentation and lack of incentive for mHealth apps’ integration prevents users from having an overall picture of all their activities or further reaping key benefits of the data they generate. FREE DATA FLOW In the world of data economy, users produce valuable data with literally every step they make. However, because it remains stored with a single provider, every ecosystem player is participating in the race to come up with a better mechanism to lock a user within one platform. For this reason, market players become discouraged to offer integration and data sharing mechanisms. The second factor contributing to this situation are data protection laws that, for good reasons, prevent companies from freely sharing users’ personal data not only with other businesses, but also within the company itself if its operations are across, for example, EU-U.S. borders. Allowing private ownership of sports and health data opens the doors to user-controlled data sharing whereby the information flow can be managed by the individual. The sports and wellness market includes a wide variety of players who cover various aspects of user behaviour like choosing a fitness trainer, an exercise regime, a gym, healthy diet and supplements, sports clothes and shoes. Healthy lifestyle enthusiasts owning the data collected from a variety of sources could make the best use of it by connecting multiple industry products and services that enable all key players to profit from this free flow of data. TO SUM UP: Due to the lack of a mechanism allowing users to effectively share their sports and health data, the sports and wellness industry cannot offer user-centred products and services for all aspects of a healthy lifestyle. 7

THE HEALTH INDUSTRY AND THE BLOCKCHAIN HOW CAN BLOCKCHAIN ADDRESS THE BIGGEST FITNESS/WELLNESS DATA MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS? It is widely agreed that blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt the health sector by making user-generated data the core of the healthcare ecosystem. It can achieve this by increasing the security and interoperability of health data. In this paper, we focus on mHealth or more specifically on the fitness/wellness sector powered by mHealth apps and wearables. However, it is important to grasp the whole picture to realise Lympo’s full potential in the future. Blockchain is a distributed system which records and stores transaction records, in a fashion making it impossible to change the content of the transaction in a digital ledger. Each transaction block is stored in the ledger and chronologically linked to another block after the transaction records are verified by a distributed peer-to-peer network. End-to-end encryption makes an interaction like storing, exchanging and viewing information possible without established trust between the parties. Avoiding one central authority, blockchain relies on an anonymous network of participants preventing privacy and confidentiality breaches. Blockchain-based smart contracts represent contracts that can be fully executed when contract conditions are met. This system unbundles the need for any kind of exchange with an intermediary checking contract conditions. Until now, intermediaries played a crucial role in exchange of value situations, thus earning from their role. Smart contracts enable end users to enter a trusted relationship without any other authority. The sensitive nature of health-related data and the need to be able to delete this personal data in order to fulfil data protection regulations in some parts of the world (most notably the European Union) does not allow for storing this data itself on blockchain. In this case, blockchain technology is viewed as a secure and effective payment tool allowing micro-payments and a permission storing mechanism. Registering permissions to access patient-generated data on blockchain, users are empowered to control who can access their data, and under which conditions. This capability enables individuals to be the owners of their precious data asset. This data set can be compiled from information originating from a variety of data sources; ranging from electronic medical records provided by hospitals, clinics and doctors, to fitness/wellness data generated by mHealth apps and wearables. It can also be complimented by disease and treatment monitoring applications and custom information added by a user individually. 8

In addition, further data users will be able to demonstrate that the data owner gave her permission for the use of this data. With data protection regulations tightening around the world, this feature will enable third parties to give solid proof on data provenance on the blockchain. BLOCKCHAIN APPLICATIONS IN THE HEALTH INDUSTRY Healthcare might be a latecomer in the booming growth of enterprise blockchain apps, but it is getting more and more prominence as a promising technology to solve major issues in the sector of health data management even on a governmental scale. ENTERPRISE BLOCKCHAIN APPS BY SECTOR (selected) MARKETS GOVERMENT IOT HEALTH SCIENCE & LEGAL ART, AI Currency Payments Transmitional orgs Agricultural & drone Universal EMR Community & Remittance sensor networks supercomputing Personalized Health databanks Banking & Finance governance services Smarthome networks Crowd analysis OS Data Commons Clearing & Voting, propositions Integrated smatoity, P2P resource nets Big health data Settlement connected car, P2P bonds stream analytics Film, dataviz smarthome sensors Insurance Tele-attorney Digital health wallet AI: blockchain Self-driving car FinTech services advocates, friendly Smart property Personalized robots, AI, blockchain Trading & Derivatives IP registration and robotic companions Health Token learners, digital exchange QA & Internal Audit mindfile services Personalized drones Personal develoment Tax receipts Crowfunding contracts Digital assistants Notary service and document registry CRUCIAL BLOCKCHAIN PROPERTIES Cryptoledger Permanent record Communication Universal format Large-scale (messaging) infrastructual Decentalized Public records Large-scale element for network repository Large-scale multi-data-stream coordination Trustless Notarization time - coordination integration counterparties stamping hashes Checks-and-balances Entity ingress/egress Privacy and security system for Independent Universal format good-player access. consensus-confirmed Transaction security Real-time Accessibility accessibility transactions 9

Most existing or projected blockchain applications in healthcare fall into these categories: Interoperability between medical institutions Electronic medical records Insurance Medical trials Genomic research Patient-generated data/Quantified-self data commons The Lympo ecosystem starts with a product that belongs to the 6th category. 10

LYMPO: ECOSYSTEM POWERED BY USER-GENERATED DATA INTRO: HOW IT WORKS? Lympo aims to create an ecosystem powered by user-generated and user-controlled fitness and wellness data allowing the exchange of value through the introduction of LYM utility tokens. Lympo’s goal is a marketplace where data itself is used efficiently by ecosystem mem- bers and everyone is rewarded fairly. A mHealth app/wearable user is at the centre of this ecosystem including all key players in the sports and wellness industry: PLAYER GOALS BENEFITS Users living a healthy lifestyle Searching for personalised healthy Extra motivation and fun to reach lifestyle goods and services, seeking to healthy lifestyle goals, benefit from data generated, storing monetizing user-generated data, health and sports data in one place aggregating data for viewing or sharing, deciding on further data use and its price, receiving tailor-made services based on interests and health data Personal trainers and sports coaches Selling services, attracting new clients, Easy to monitor system for managing clients’ progress achievements and rewards, Fitness progress gamification for clients, Unique value proposition for advertising Gyms Attracting clients to gym locations, Reward system to promote gym visits marketing new services, optimizing on specific times gym use Monitoring users’ progress Promoting loyalty by organising group challenges Sports and wellness businesses Selling products, marketing to precise Interaction with customers via reward key audience system Insights from users’ data from various platforms Innovative marketing tool Partnerships with token ecosystem companies Health insurers Incentivizing healthy lifestyle, analysing Great incentives for a healthier lifestyle data of existing clients, reaching out to Data-based management decisions potential customers powered by clients’ data Employers Growing number of healthy and happy Fun and rewarding tool to incentivize employees, searching for a healthy lifestyle user-friendly and trusted method to Possibility for tailor-made challenges to promote sports address every employee 11

Group challenges enhancing team building Health and fitness apps Promoting a health or fitness app, Added value for customers searching for innovative ways to Interaction with a wide client base strengthen consumer engagement Fitness/wellness/health start-ups Spreading own ideas and early stage Access to investors interested in the products, searching for mentors and industry business partners, seeking investment Industry experts’ reviews and mentorship Opportunity to easily find business partners Investors Searching for innovative companies, Carefully pre-selected start-ups seeking community due diligence Reviews and ratings by industry experts Data access enabled by LYM tokens for faster growth and better returns The Lympo ecosystem starts from the existing platform which enables users to find the best personal trainer with 500+ fitness professionals operational in Lithuania, www.lympo.lt, and expanding to California, U.S. and Melbourne, Australia. The ecosystem is composed of three main parts: 1. The Lympo digital fitness wallet and user reward mechanisms; 2. Lympo marketplace; 3. Lympo crowdfunding and investment platform. I PART: THE LYMPO WALLET AND USER REWARDS MECHANISM The Lympo digital fitness wallet and user reward mechanism is at the core of the Lympo ecosystem. Lympo fitness wallet functions as an entry to the ecosystem and allows a user to create their profile, fill in their health data and connect it to their favourite sports and health tracking apps. The individual data submitted via Lympo fitness wallet will be accessible to its user and can be viewed or shared by storing a permission on blockchain. The rewards issued by market players interested in having direct access to Lympo digital fitness wallet users can be of two different types: A reward for achieving a healthy lifestyle goal, i.e. running 5 kilometres or following a precise diet and submitting app records to Lympo profile. A reward for checking into a particular location for a specified amount of time, i.e. joining a gym class or attending a karate competition. The Lympo health wallet will be rolled out in multiple steps. In order to bring the product to the market as soon as possible, Lympo tokens will be first used as utility tokens on the existing 12

Lympo platform to buy online and offline training sessions with the best fitness trainers, including training or any sports coach sessions, consultations by a physical therapist or a dietician. Lympo users will be able to utilise the Lympo fitness wallet to get reward tokens for achieved training goals. As more partners join, Lympo tokens will be used to access a wide range of healthy lifestyle products and services like sports clothes and shoes, healthy food and gyms with a possibility to reward achieved health goals with the help of smart contracts. Trainers will be able to be more competitive, proposing packages where their services are offered together with a built-in reward program. Also, any other ecosystem player can either attach the reward system to the product sold or purchase a certain number of tokens and organise challenges and tasks for Lympo users in exchange for their data. Use case I: Lympo users receive a notification that a challenge to run 5 km this week is being organised by a big athletic shoe producer. No matter which app they use, they can complete this task and get token rewards with the Lympo platform. 1. Athletic shoe producer publishes a 5km running challenge 2. User decides to participate 3. The agreement is registered 4. User completes the challenge and submits the app tracking data 5. LYM token rewarded 13

Use case II: a new boxing club in the city notifies users in this city that a certain number of tokens will be distributed to those attending their first boxing class for beginners. Users check-in to a club location at the specific time using their Lympo account and get LYM reward tokens. A further service offered by the Lympo platform is a time-stamped permission issued by users to utilise their personal data. This is key to ensure the highest data protection regulation standards, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union. II PART: LYMPO MARKETPLACE: MONETIZING DATA The next step in the Lympo ecosystem is to enable users to spend tokens to receive further healthy lifestyle goods and services and make in-platform purchases. The marketplace, starting with the existing platform to find the best personal trainer, offers a variety of ways to do so: Getting premium features in the Lympo platform. E.g.: A personal trainer can buy enhanced profile options and more exposure for their listing. A user can purchase more options for their health and sports data storage on the Lympo platform, like reminders and health advice based on the data submitted. Everyone owning tokens will receive discounts and products offered by our partners: sports and wellness businesses, healthy food and supplement providers, etc. Businesses use tokens to pay for listing their products and services on the platform. Lympo foresees its existing platform to be the market entry tool for the user-generated data powered healthy lifestyle ecosystem which will further expand with more partners accepting LYM tokens. A part of LYM tokens are allocated to incentivize community growth and to add new businesses to the Lympo network. The ultimate Lympo goal is that its token holders can access a wide range of products and services with the initial platform being only one part of the much wider network. At this later stage, the user-generated data marketplace will open for businesses such as health insurances, research institutions, and big data companies within and outside of the sports and wellness industry that are interested in accessing the data of Lympo digital wallet users. The users will be enabled to decide whom they trust their data to, to know what exactly they are sharing and to earn tokens by doing so. III PART: LYMPO CROWDFUNDING PLATFORM The third arm of the Lympo ecosystem is a crowdfunding and investment platform allowing LYM token holders to invest in the most promising fitness/wellness/health start-ups which are 14

reviewed and rated by Lympo ecosystem members who know what the industry needs best. LYM token holders will be able to receive company shares for the tokens contributed. The unique value proposition of this crowdfunding platform is 1. Public reviews and ratings by sports and wellness market players; 2. Access to data of a big user base enabled by LYM tokens. The crowdfunding platform will allow for businesses and service providers active in the Lympo ecosystem to review and rate new companies seeking investment for a certain token reward offered by a start-up listed. This will help investors to better evaluate the potential of the new venture and for start-ups to find potential partners and customers operating within the same industry. Many new companies are following the usual data economy business cycle: build a product, attract a large user base, then start analysing and monetising data. But with the help of invested LYM tokens, start-ups on the Lympo crowdfunding platform will be able to start working with a big data base immediately purchasing fitness and health data directly from our users or proposing new challenges for reward tokens if the existing data set lacks some particular qualities. This way, new innovative fitness/wellness/health companies will have a much lower market entry cost and can successfully launch their products and maximise returns for investors. LYMPO BLOCKCHAIN FOR SPORTS FOUNDATION A part of the tokens reserved for the ecosystem empowerment will be allocated to Lympo Blockchain for Sports Foundation. The aim of this foundation is to support various sports events and initiatives around the world with the goal to promote Lympo fitness wallet and to encourage a healthy lifestyle. The foundation board, composed of famous athletes, Lympo partners and leaders in sports communities from various countries, will oversee the foundation activities. Lympo token holders of at least 1,000,000 LYM (the amount will be adjusted in two years based on community vote) will be able to vote on funding proposals. The composition of the board and foundation governing principles will be announced before the Lympo token sale in the first quarter of 2018. 15

ROADMAP DEC. 2016 START OF THE LYMPO PLATFORM DEVELOPMENT. ANGEL INVESTMENT RECEIVED. #COMPLETED MAY 2017 START OF THE PREPARATION FOR THE TOKEN SALE. #COMPLETED SEP. 2017 LYMPO PLATFORM MVP LAUNCHED WWW.LYMPO.LT (NO BLOCKCHAIN SOLUTIONS YET). #COMPLETED NOV. 2017 FIRST PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE FUTURE LYMPO ECOSYSTEM. #COMPLETED JAN. 2018 LYMPO PRE-SALE. #SOON! FEB. 2018 LAUNCH OF THE LYMPO FITNESS WALLET PROOF OF CONCEPT. 16

MAR. 2018 LYMPO TOKEN SALE. Q2 2018 LYMPO FITNESS WALLET FULL BETA RELEASE. Q3 2018 LYMPO FITNESS WALLET INTEGRATED WITH THE FIRST LYMPO ECOSYSTEM PARTNERS. Q1 2019 START MONETISING LYMPO TOKENS PARTNERING WITH EMPLOYERS AND HEALTH INSURANCES. Q2 2019 OPEN API FOR FURTHER DATA SOLUTIONS BY THIRD PARTIES LAUNCHED. Q3 2019 FIRST PARTNERSHIPS WITH RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS ON FITNESS DATA USE. 2020 LAUNCH OF THE FULL TWO-SIDED MARKETPLACE FOR FITNESS DATA. 17

LYMPO: USER REWARD SOLUTION DESCRIPTION While Lympo includes three major parts, a user reward mechanism, a marketplace and a crowd- funding platform, rewards for a healthy lifestyle are at the core of the product and will be discussed in detail. We have also included a provisional model of the data sharing environment with description of components, permissions and actors. The fitness/health data sharing ecosystem is based on three major components: Lympo Platform: core components developed by the Lympo team and partners Blockchain: Lympo tokens, smart contracts and crypto wallets User community: Users, who will live healthy lifestyles and will interact with different actors in the ecosystem to find trainers, partners, make agreements, share data and get rewarded. The Lympo tokens are a key element which facilitate all interaction in the system in relation to the community and a healthy lifestyle. The tokens are used to incentivize people to be active participants, make connections and improve their health. The tokens are distributed on the Ethereum cryptocurrency blockchain. This, of course, imposes certain standard rules for the community. LYMPO PLATFORM COMPONENTS Lympo User interface Main Data Data Access Third party solutions Store Engine (validates permissions) Website 1 WEB based portal Website 2 Mobile App(s) Lympo Core API Website 3 Smart Contract Smart Contract Custom Reward Data Access Program Trainer Data Proxy Companies Reward Data Processing User Companies (data owner) (e.g. Insurance) INSURANCE 18

COMPONENT DESCRIPTION Lympo Core Main business logic will be implemented in this component. The component will contain all relevant rules and algorithms processing activities in the ecosystem. It will do data validation and will interact with blockchain to process contracts and issue some transactions, when needed. Lympo API A collection of various programming functions and interfaces to make Lympo ecosystem accessible for the software development companies. The API will give sufficient flexibility, while respecting all security rules implemented in Lympo Core. Lympo will encourage third parties to create additional services in the ecosystem, which will be beneficial for system users and investors. Main Data store The database where all system data will be stored. It will include user accounts, system data and detailed information about the smart contracts. The fitness data recorded by Lympo users will also be stored in this data storage. The elaborated security measures will be taken to protect the data, and it will only interact with Lympo Core system, which will make sure that only authorized persons and processes can access relevant data. Lympo User Interface Web portal and mobile applications developed by the Lympo team. The user interface will be the main entry point for the users to create and manage their Lympo accounts, propose different training programs and reward options, pay for the services, create smart contracts and monitor the balance of the Lympo tokens in their accounts. Data Access Engine A separate component in the Lympo Core, developed exclusively to add extra security checks for the data shared with the third parties. External developers will get access to the system via Lympo API, however the private data is a big concern and requires additional handling. Permissions to access the data can be given by the data owner only, and this component will perform validation of these permissions. In addition, the data access engine will audit every external call to the API, therefore every user will be able to see who has accessed their data. Moreover, the component will do automatic monitoring of system behaviour, to analyse data usage patterns and alert system administrators on malicious behaviour. 19

BLOCKCHAIN: SMART CONTRACTS The Lympo ecosystem will use Lympo Token as a main facilitator of the user contracts and interactions. The unique user community and collection of the fitness/wellness data gives a wide range of opportunities for smart contracts and data exchange. The Lympo team takes user privacy very seriously, therefore all source code for the smart contracts related to the data exchange, will be fully verified by the Lympo developers. In addition, Lympo core will stay as authorizing entity for the agreements and rewards. Already at this early stage several examples of the smart contracts will be implemented: SMART CONTRACT: USER REWARD PROGRAM User reward programs, will be made between the Lympo ecosystem participants, such as trainers/physicians/gyms/sports inventory providers and Lympo digital fitness wallet users. Let us look at a case of a fitness trainer and her client. In order to encourage users to live a healthy lifestyle, the fitness trainer will propose a contract on the Lympo platform, giving specific goals for the end user to achieve. The contract itself will be made using standard user interface. The components of such contract are the following: Account of the person/company which is creating a contract Account of the end user who will receive the rewards, after reaching the goals The amount of Lympo tokens, which will be transferred as a reward The detailed description of activities and goals, which needs to be met. This information will be hashed into one string, to limit the size of parameters sent to the smart contract. The creator of the smart contract will use all the parameters from above and will sign the call to blockchain with his/her password. The smart contract will lock the reward tokens for a given number of days. After the user reaches training goals specified in the contract, the Lympo Core validates this information, and invokes the call to a smart contract, confirming transfer of the Lympo tokens to the user. If the goals are not met during the agreed time, the tokens will be transferred back to the Lympo platform or the creator of the smart contract depending on the conditions for the specific token reward program. TRAINING PACKAGE USING A REWARD PROGRAM SMART CONTRACT The Lympo system will give options for the trainers/physicians to propose training packages, which automatically would include a reward program. The trainers will be free to choose how they advertise their services in the system, but to be competitive, the pricing might contain an option for the user to get back a specific percentage of payment. The implementation of the smart contract is very similar to previously defined model. However, in this case the workflow will have a few additional steps: 20

Trainer in the Lympo system creates a package to offer a customer. The package contains: Trainer services (detailed description) Price for a whole package The percentage which will be given as reward after goals are achieved Conditions to get the reward (similar as specified in the smart contract above) Trainer sends this information to the smart contract (signing with his/her blockchain account). Some parts will be set directly (like the price, percentage, etc.). Other details will be hashed into one string and stored in the smart contract as a proof. When a user finds a package which he/she wants to purchase, the Lympo system will additionally verify that the information signed by the trainer in the smart contract is correct. The user then makes a transaction to the smart contract using Lympo tokens. A part of the tokens is immediately transferred to the trainer's account, but a specified percentage of them are automatically locked by the smart contract. Unlocking is similar to the contract defined sabove: after the user reaches training goals speci- fied in the contract, Lympo Core validates this information and invokes the call to a smart contract, confirming transfer of the Lympo tokens back to the user. If the goals are not met during the agreed time, the tokens will be transferred to the trainer. SMART CONTRACT – CUSTOM REWARD PROGRAM FOR CHECK-INS Various companies will be able to attract users by creating specific locations where users can receive LYM tokens just for showing up and staying during a specific time. The smart contract will be signed by these companies, and the main goal of it will be to have a specific number of tokens locked for the distribution to the end users. The components of this smart contract would be the following: Account of the person/company which is creating a reward program The amount of Lympo tokens, which will be shared by all participating users as a reward The detailed information on the conditions and rules for sharing the tokens. This information will be hashed into one string, to limit the size of parameters sent to the smart contract. Unlocking is similar to the contract defined sabove: after the user reaches training goals specified in the contract, Lympo Core validates this information and invokes the call to a smart contract, confirming transfer of the Lympo tokens back to the user. If the goals are not met during the agreed time, the tokens will be transferred to the trainer. All conditions related to the reward program will be detailed in the Lympo portal. Participants will use their mobile devices to track their location and will provide this information to the system. Lympo will offer a possibility to issue a security or a QR code to be placed at the location as an additional fraud protection mechanism. After the specified time, the Lympo core 21

will use the information received from users, will calculate the rewards and will send the information to the smart contract per which accounts shall receive tokens. SMART CONTRACT: DATA ACCESS The smart contract will be created by the data proxy companies in order to reward users, when the fitness data is fetched. The data proxy companies, could create interfaces for various data processing companies, who need such data. This data access contract will be created firstly in the Lympo portal. The user will sign a contract with the data proxy company to share the information. The components for the smart contract are similar to the previously detailed reward program: Account of the person/company which is creating a contract Account of the end user who will receive the rewards, after authorizing the access The amount of Lympo tokens, which will be transferred as a reward The detailed description of the agreement: which data will be used, who will get access to it, etc. This information will be hashed into one string, to limit the size of parameters sent to the smart contract. The creator of the smart contract will use all the parameters above and will sign the call to blockchain with his/her password. The smart contract will lock the reward tokens. After the user inside the Lympo platform gives the authorization to access the data, Lympo core will check if all conditions detailed in the agreement are met. If everything is correct, Lympo core will invoke the call to a smart contract, confirming transfer of the Lympo tokens to the user. The data proxy company will be able to access the user data by using Lympo API and Data Access Engine component. SYSTEM ACTORS The ecosystem is built around an active and dynamic community. These people care about their health or are providing services in the fitness/wellness domain. The community also includes research and insurance companies who can use the data collected by system users and can develop better products, analyse trends and encourage the healthy lifestyle. Every system participant will need to have an account in the Ethereum blockchain and account in Lympo platform. The Ethereum account’s public key will be linked to the Lympo account in order to collect Lympo tokens, participate in reward programs or other smart contracts. The private key will remain in full control by the user and will not be visible to the Lympo platform. The main actors analysed in the ecosystem: 22

USERS: DATA OWNERS Users who want to improve their physical condition, and are rewarded for their lifestyle. These users will create most of the data inside the system, and will be able to monetize their activities. They will be in full control of their data inside the system, and on request will be able to autho- rize access to the Data Proxy Companies. TRAINERS/PHYSICIANS/SPORTS INVENTORY MAKERS/GYMS A big focus of the Lympo portal is to create connections among trainers and the end users. The trainers, physicians, sports clubs or even companies who specialize in sports inventory, will find users who want to be healthy. The ecosystem will provide features for the trainers to create reward programs, and to reward participants using Lympo tokens. Sports club promotions, new equipment, innovative devices… everything will find their place in the system. DATA PROXY COMPANIES To offer more features to the system, the Lympo team will open API to software development companies, which can create additional solutions where fitness/wellness data will be used. The Data Proxy Companies will not necessary use the data themselves, but will serve as data providers for additional actors: Data Processing Companies. The Data Proxy Companies will have direct contracts with the end users, and will be required to provide full transparency where user data is used. DATA PROCESSING COMPANIES Companies which can use the data for different needs. The data can be used by research centres to analyse habits of society and to propose new ideas or programs for health improvement. Notwithstanding, by having access to user’s data insurance companies could provide better service and suggest tailored insurance plans with more convenient pricing models. Data Processing Companies can use the Lympo API and have smart contracts with end users. However, it’s more likely that professional software houses (Data Proxy Companies) will propose simplified interfaces to access the data. SECURITY MEASURES The Lympo team is aware that security is a key necessity for its users sharing their healthy lifestyle data. Even though this type of data is much less sensitive than medical records and thus HIPAA, for example, does not cover fitness and wellness sectors including mobile apps and wearables. Lympo is committed to ensure the highest-level security measures mirroring the latest developments in cybersecurity best practices. 23

To ensure the confidentiality of the data, or prevent data from unauthorized disclosure, all the data in the database will be encrypted with modern encryption algorithm. All communication (service to service, service to the client) will be protected by TLS. Access to the database is strictly limited to very few to no people, access credentials are managed by a password manager and rotated in a timely manner, and the access list will be audited in a timely manner as well. To ensure data integrity, the Lympo team will establish a procedure to perform periodic checks of data and system functionality to identify integrity issues (e.g., corrupted data, failing hard- ware, software errors, etc.). To ensure the availability of data, the database will be backed up periodically, and the backup will be verified to be restorable. The Lympo team will also establish a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) to ensure the highest possible availability of Lympo services. The Lympo team will adopt technology with high-security robustness, such as using a HIPAA compliant cloud host from cloud service providers such as AWS. In addition, security would be built-in early into our software development lifecycle, making sure our technology architecture follows security best practices, we audit our system via security experts to find potential issues. Additionally, our team is trained with security awareness in mind. Furthermore, a private bug-bounty programme for white-hat hackers will be set up to receive support from top white-hat security researchers globally. 24

LYMPO (LYM) TOKEN SALE TOKEN DISTRIBUTION Team tokens will be locked for 24 months after the end of the token sale. Advisors’ tokens will be vested in 12 months. Lympo ecosystem empowerment tokens will be locked and released in 3 years, i.e. 1/3 tokens made available in 2018; another 1/3 in 2019 and the rest 1/3 in 2020. TOKEN SUPPLY Total token supply: 1.000.000.000 LYM Total hard cap: 14.625 ETH = 650 mln. LYM Soft cap: 15% 25

PRE-SALE TOKEN SALE 265 mln. LYM = 5000 ETH 385 mln. LYM = 9625 ETH 20% bonus for 90 mln. LYM 1 ETH = 60.000 LYM 1 ETH = 40.000 LYM The rest 175 mln. LYM 1 ETH = 50.000 LYM Date: February 17 — February 28 (or as long as supply lasts) Date: January 23 — February 3 (or as long as supply lasts) THE USE OF TOKEN SALE FUNDS 40% research and development 30% sales and marketing 15% operations 15% network expansion Please join our Telegram channel https://t.me/lympo for more news and updates! 26

TEAM ADA JONUŠĖ PAT BROWN MARIUS SILENSKIS JUSTAS KREGZDE CEO AND FOUNDER SOLUTION ARCHITECT HEAD OF OPERATIONS SMART CONTRACT LEAD Co-founder of Lympo.lt, a platform to Blockchain and business automation Founder of AnyIdeas – IT and Online gaming software developer find the best personal trainers, expert with 2+ year of experience at creative advertising agency. IT with 12+ years experience. An author advisor to ETHLend, a decentralized Asta, a leading End-To-End project manager with 5+ years of & contributor to 10 published iOS and lending platform, blockchain events professional managed IT service digital project management Android games. 3+ years experience speaker and organiser, named an provider to the SMB market in experience working with clients such as an online poker software emerging European tech star by the Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong & as Mercedes-Benz, Newsec, and developer. Over the last year, he has Financial Times, Google and other Singapore. Pat joined Asta in GCube. Key areas of expertise: IT been focusing on blockchain related New Europe 100 list partners. Melbourne, Australia, after this team management, exceptional taste projects & smart contracts. Previous experience: VC Labas studies in business, management and and understanding of modern design, Ventures (Seattle, U.S.), European information systems. advanced programming skills in Parliament, United Nations. Sports: several languages. Sports: fitness. yoga, running. ADOMAS DICIUS TADAS MAURUKAS KAROLINE VON DIMITRA PAPADOPOULOU SENIOR FULL STACK DEVELOPER HEAD OF DIGITAL MARKETING TSCHURTSCHENTHALER HEALTHCARE PARTNERSHIPS LEGAL AND OPERATIONS Travelling entrepreneur with a Passionate marketing strategist. Expert on blockchain for healthcare background in ICT engineering and Tadas use most effective tools to Attorney, strategist and blockchain and medical research, senior 4+ years experience in full-stack generate ROI for various businesses advocate, Karoline holds a Business information systems manager with development and UX design. Having ranging from local start-ups to Law M.A. from London School of experience at Airbus, Prosieben worked in various start-ups, Adomas international multi-million profit Economics and specialises in IP/IT Media, Accenture and the European is now a co-founder and CTO at a companies like Mercedes-Benz. Tadas law. 3+ years of consulting Commission, founder of meHealthX, start-up disrupting the wholesale joined the crypto community back in experience for start-ups in legal and lead consultant at CGI (Germany) for food business industry Smackway 2014 and has remained involved ever business matters focussing on tax the public sector and healthcare in and an independent IT consultant since. Sports: no sweat. Chess and structures, business strategy, global blockchain use cases. and developer. Sports: yoga. online poker. expansion. Sports: certified yoga teacher. ZIVILE KAIRYTE ERNESTA PETKEVICIUTE DOMAS AMBRAZEVICIUS COMMUNITY MANAGER UX/UI EXPERT GRAPHIC DESIGNER 2+ years experience in sales, human Senior graphic designer and animator resources and marketing. Worked at AnyIdeas creative advertising with B2B and B2C companies to agency. Always looking for new ensure their customer satisfaction inspirations, loves travelling the world targets. Addicted to growing brands and experiences everything he can. and creative adverts. Sports: Sports: skiing, voleyball. horseback riding. 27

ADVISORS ANTANAS GUOGA DANILO S. CARLUCCI DR. DAVID MANSET HAINAN HU CRYPTOECONOMICS & BUSINESS MARKETING & GROWTH TECH TECH Member of European Parliament. Startup founder, growth hacker and Senior engineer and blockchain Security engineer and white-hat Also known as TonyG, Antanas is a marketing expert with 6+ years entrepreneur focussing on hacker. Security engineer at Boston serial entrepreneur, investor, experience. Currently at Google, technologies for sensitive medical Consulting Group Digital Ventures, philanthropist and a well-known leading YouTube’s community efforts data sharing. Former CEO of cerebro, Berlin. Previously worked in poker player. He is actively in the UK. cloud platform for large-scale companies like Zalando and participating in political discussions imaging analyses for clinical trials, SoundCloud. Hainan is a red team regarding cryptocurrencies and cyber founder and CEO of gnubila, data (offensive security) specialist, but security. Cryptoeconomy expert and privacy solution designer, currently able to do blue team (defensive advisor of Bankera and CoinPoker Head of Research and Innovation at security) as well. Hainan’s skill set: token sale projects. Almerys, healthcare delivery data penetration testing, security management company managing architecture review, threat modelling, uniting 230.000 professionals and risk assessment, training. part of My Health My Data consortium, EU leader in blockchain for healthcare solutions. BILL ANGELIDIS ALEKS SOTIROVSKI NERIJUS SKRUODYS VIKTORAS VATINAS BUSINESS & ASSET MANAGEMENT TECH TECH BUSINESS & ASSET MANAGEMENT Bill, aka ‘Pick’, is a highly experienced Senior software developer. Previously, Senior software engineer passionate CFA: portfolio manager at Partners all-rounder — software engineer, founder of Gympro, a client about blockchain technology with Group (Zug, Switzerland) managing director, marketer and strategist. Bill management tool for fitness more than 15 years of experience in private debt funds, private loans, is the Managing Director at Asta professionals, uniting 3000+ the analysis, technical design and private credit strategies, asset Solutions, an IT services company professionals in United States, development of software solutions allocation, cash level management. based in Melbourne which he Australia, New Zealand and UK. using various technologies (C++, Former investment analyst at XL co-founded in 1999. He’s also CEO at Currently, senior developer at ELMO ASP.NET, Java, etc.). Currently Catlin (Zurich, Switzerland), private wineonline.com.au, Director and Talent Management Software. coordinating development of several banker and research assistant at the Treasurer at VACRO and a Director at IT projects in an international public Swiss Finance Institute. The Art Cabriolet. He loves sector organisation. volunteering for good causes and his local soccer team, Hawthorn Football Club. TOMAS GURVICIUS STAN KULIAVAS BUSINESS & ASSET MANAGEMENT BUSINESS & ASSET MANAGEMENT Crypto-investor, Dash Digital Cash Vice President, Sales & Business community member, a partner at Development at Levaero Aviation, Crypto Tax & Legal and an advisor for Toronto, Canada. Investor & various blockchain related projects. philanthropist. Former NCAA basketball coach. Passionate about basketball and sports, organiser of basketball charity events and other pro & amateur sports-related activities. 28

BLOCKCHAIN FOR SPORTS ALLIANCE JORDAN TRAVERS, LAURYNAS GUMBIS, PAULIUS RITTER, U.S. AUSTRALIA LITHUANIA FITNESS COACH, FORMER BOXER HOLISTIC HEALTH COACH PHYSICAL THERAPIST, SPORTS ENTREPRENEUR MEMBERSHIPS Blockchain for Healthcare and Medical Research: association of scientists, researchers and private sector to discuss, accelerate and apply blockchain solutions in healthcare sector, Germany. PARTNERSHIPS SMACKWAY GYMPRO Organic food wholesale marketplace, A client management tool for fitness www.smackway.com, Denmark trainers, www.gympro.com, Australia LEGAL SUPPORT CRYPTO TAX & LEGAL 29