Participate in RoseonPad IAOs: a step-by-step guide

Participate in RoseonPad IAOs: a step-by-step guide

This is a detailed guide explaining the process of how to participate in any RoseonPad IAO (In-App Offering) for Allocation round and FCFS round.

There are 2 rounds for any IAO project, the first round is the Allocation round usually for users who have level 2 to level 5 VIP-tier, and also for whitelisted users. The second round is the FCFS round (First come first serve round) for any level 2 KYC user of Roseon app.
It is very important that level-2 KYC is required for all users who would like to join any IAO projects at RoseonPad.

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  • Buy $ROSN at PancakeSwap | Gateio | Kucoin | MEXC 
  • How to upgrade your VIP level? Kindly read here: LINK
  • Cannot get VIP level 2? You can apply for Whitelist level at Roseon Projects page: LINK
  • Users register for level-2 KYC at Profile -> Identity Verification (3-5 days)

* Apply for level-2 KYC at Profile and complete requirements for whitelist level at Roseon Projects web page at least 72 hours before Sale is live

Step1: Log in and select IAO Project

First and foremost, kindly note that RoseonPad happens only in Roseon mobile and is not available on Roseon website. If users cannot log in Roseon app, kindly ask for support at our Telegram channel (

  • Level-2 KYC is required for any IAO participant. Users register for level-2 KYC at Profile -> Identity Verification (3-5 days)

Head over to RoseonPad page in Roseon mobile app. You can find all IAOs, including upcoming, live and completed projects and you can find all the up-to-date information about upcoming IAOs, too!

Users can see the list of Upcoming and Live projects at the RoseonPad page in Roseon mobile application. Upcoming projects are shown in the “Upcoming” section, users can read descriptions of the project.

Live-for-sale project appears in the “Live” section and begins at the “Get ready” stage. You can click on the project to see details of Project IAO information including Token price, selling duration, etc.

Live-for-sale project has four stages: Get ready -> Allocation -> FCFS -> Completed.

At the “Get ready” stage users cannot deposit. Users are allowed to buy tokens during the “Allocation” round and “FCFS” round solely. Purchased IAO tokens will be claimed automatically at the 1st Claim (UTC) time and following vesting date.

Step2: Deposit currencies into wallet balance

We recommend users to deposit buying tokens into your wallet balance to prepare for Allocation Rounds purchase, at least 36 hours prior to the start of an IAO. If there is any error or pending transaction, we can support you immediately before the IAO starts.

It depends on supported currencies of each project so users must deposit BUSD, USDT or BNB etc to buy IAO tokens.

🔸 The Guide for Buying and Depositing Tokens into Roseon Wallet at here.

🔸 You can also use swap function to get the fiat currencies, guide for swap is here.

Kindly choose the correct network to deposit tokens into your personal wallet address in Roseon app. After you deposit your balance will be updated, make sure you deposit enough tokens to buy IAO.

Step3: Buy IAO allocations

We advise you to be at the RoseonPad section around 5-10 minutes prior to the start of any IAO.

The Allocation round starts first, the FCFS round starts after. Only users in Whitelist or has level 2 to level 5 VIP-tier can buy at Allocation round.
FCFS round is for all level 2 KYC Roseon users. All unsold tokens from the Allocation round will be carried over to FCFS round.

🌹 How to buy allocation

For any round, to buy allocation of IAO tokens ($ZOMFI), users must deposit supported currency ($BUSD in this case) from the balance of your Roseon wallet into the IAO pools. The deposit cannot be higher than your Max Allocation and higher than wallet balance. (When the deposit transaction is executed, your purchase cannot be redeemed).

The amount of allocation you buy = Your deposit/ Token price
Allocation weight is calculated based on size of participants:


🌹 Allocation Round

Condition of participants: Whitelist level, or level 2 to level 5 VIP-tiers.

Buying duration: usually 4 hours (since the start of Allocation round)

Allocation per user: Limited

Congratulations users who have joined our VIP2-5 level and users who got whitelisted. You will get equivalent “Max Allocation” for IAO tokens ($ZOMFI for example) based on your VIP tier in the current month and your whitelist result (if you apply for the whitelist level and get whitelisted). “Max Allocation” is the maximum amount of IAO tokens ($ZOMFI) you can purchase.


🌹 FCFS Round

Condition of participants: Any level-2 KYC users.

Buying duration: The round will remain open until all tokens are sold, or at the end of sale time (UTC)

Allocation per user: Unlimited

Step4: Claim IAO tokens

Users who have successfully purchased IAO tokens, will get their claims automatically based on the Project Vesting Schedule (Public). You can check the 1st Claim (UTC) time and vesting schedule at or in the “Completed” section of RoseonPad.

Head over to the “Completed” section in RoseonPad. You can find finished IAOs there. Click on the IAO project you have participated in, you can track your next claims date.

Your purchased IAO tokens will be sent to your Roseon wallet automatically. Kindly check your balance in the “Wallet” section.
If you need support with claiming tokens, kindly reach us at our Telegram channel (

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NFTs and the Fashion Market are Coming Together Digitally

NFTs and the Fashion Market are Coming Together Digitally

If you know about the virtual hoodie that was sold off for $26,000, you must have at least wondered once that what’s this all about? Literal digital clothing that is expensive doesn’t make sense. Well, it doesn’t have to. The only thing that counts is that there is a huge demand for these virtual wearables.

Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) have created a whole wave of movement in the past few months. With the ability to be linked with digital items, the crypto tokens are unique in nature and represent rare items.

Though NFTs gained fame in the start as tokens that represented different kinds of art, today the movement has crossed barriers and moved into the fashion industry. Avatars, or digital forms of yourself, have been around for many years now. From Second Life to Minecraft, people can customize their characters with different items to show their individualism.

Today, different digital wearable items have leveraged the power of NFTs and are being increasingly used. While there is nothing different about the wearables with or without NFTs, one thing certainly is. The use of NFTs means that there is proof that the digital item is one of a kind, proving its uniqueness. Fashion and luxury are all about being different from the rest and the rarity, something that NFTs are programmed to do so. No wonder that today the NFT fashion industry has exploded.

And we are not talking about this on a small scale. Though difficult to estimate the NFT powered wearable market, overall NFTs today are worth more than $2.5 billion. Individuals have been able to enter the market and exploit the demand to grow their business. Any designer can now create a digital version of wearable items like a jacket and put it up for sale. As the artist’s name grows, so does the demand for his creations. Instead of mass-producing, the artist can capitalize more by making even rarer and sought after clothing.

It is not just the small players. Big corporations are in on the NFT fashion craze too. Fashion powerhouse Gucci is on it too, creating fashion clothing. Burberry mints NFTs that represent fashion accessories too.

Roseon Finance is a yield aggregator platform that is on a mission to provide people opportunities in the ever-expanding crypto sphere. With the NFT and fashion industry ramping up, Roseon Finance is proud to team up with NFTrade, a cross-chain NFT trading platform.

The Roseon Finance NFT Farm allows users to stake their ROSN tokens and have a chance to get their hands on exclusive digital fashion wearables NFTs. What’s up for grabs, you may ask. Well, the exclusive Roseon NFTs are arranged in three categories, namely Roseon Dynamic (400 unique NFTs), Roseon Legacy (200 NFTs) and the rarest, the Roseon Revolution (50 in total).

But why spend so much money on something that you cannot wear?

That is one question that many people ask when they learn that something as simple as a digital jacket or footwear can cost anywhere between a few hundred dollars to the tune of thousands. The answer is complex but very straightforward.

We know fashion is all about making a statement. An expression of individualism. Considering that most of the world had been cooped up (and to a greater extent, is still facing hurdles in free movement) due to the recent pandemic, people have moved their social life from the real world to the virtual. Platforms like Decentraland have created an outlet for the social needs of meeting with friends and people, shopping in virtual stores, even visiting virtual casinos and attending concerts. How do they visit? Through virtual selves of themselves called avatars.

The need to dress up smart and in a fashionable manner simply moved from the real to the virtual world. For the online generation, buying a digital wearable today is as same as getting one in real life. Your avatar is YOU and what you wear is your self-expression.

Many wearable creators have also started to offer the opportunity to get the item in real life, linking the disconnect many people face on the virtual item and the lack of its physical existence.


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“Learn To Earn” Quiz Contest — Learn Blockchain Knowledge & Earn $ROSN

“Learn To Earn” Quiz Contest — Learn Blockchain Knowledge & Earn $ROSN

“Learn To Earn” is the first Blockchain quiz contest driven by Roseon Finance. Through the contest, users can learn knowledge about #Blockchain, #Cryptocurrency, #Security, #CryptoInvestment, #RoseonFinance, #ROSN, and earn rewards from Roseon Finance.

The bimonthly “Learn to Earn” Roseon Quiz Contest will be held at 2 PM (UTC) on Monday, and the first contest will be on 2nd August 2021 in the Roseon Telegram Community.

We will give away the rewards in $ROSN tokens for the 3 winners who answer the most questions correctly and in the shortest time each week.

The total rewards per week: $25

🥇 1st prize: $12

🥈 2nd prize: $8

🥉 3rd prize: $5

Important Notes:

  • There will be 10 multi-choice questions operated by the Telegram bot. Everyone will have 15 seconds to answer each question.
  • At the end of the contest, the TOP 3 participants with the highest score in the shortest time will become winners of the campaign.
  • Each member only gets one chance to answer each question.
  • Any cheats will be disqualified.
  • Leaderboard: Leaderboard is shared weekly.
  • Rewards will be distributed on the last day of the month, winners must provide the email address & $ROSN address

Are you ready? Click here to join the Roseon community and get ready for the contest and don’t forget to invite your friends together!

About Roseon Finance

Roseon Finance ($ROSN) is a mobile yield aggregator that manages your crypto + NFT portfolio and optimizes yield across DeFi and CeFi networks. Acting as the gateway to DeFi, Roseon Mobile is a crypto finance app that is available on both Android and iOS and was built to help onboard new users to DeFi with its customer-centric design. Roseon has its own utility token $ROSN, with a total supply of 100 million, which is used for staking, transaction fees, and participating in tiered products and services on its mobile app.

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The NFT Revolution in Art and Music

The NFT Revolution in Art and Music

Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) have recently emerged as a revolutionary innovator in the world of art. Everyone from Tom Brady to WWE’s The Undertaker seems to be cashing into the crypto world through NFTs. But what are NFTs? To understand the concept of an NFT you first need to appreciate the concept of fungibility in commerce. A fungible item is one that can be freely exchanged for another identical item and will retain the same value. Crypto and Fiat currencies, for example, are fungible commodities. A particular dollar bill can be exchanged for any other dollar bill and both will have identical value. Likewise, no one Bitcoin is worth more than another.

NFTs however, are an entirely different type of commodity. Each NFT is a unique token that exists on the blockchain. They can be bought and traded but their value is independent of anything else on the blockchain. In this respect, NFTs correspond to physical pieces of art. Every painting has a value but it is determined by its quality, its painter and its history. Its value is totally unique to it and it alone. A perfect copy of a Picasso painted by someone else is not worth a fraction of the original. Similarly, NFTs carry their own value based on an easily traceable history that is recorded on the blockchain. NFTs are a revolutionary innovation in the world of digital art, such as illustrative arts, motion pictures, and music.

According to an article published in Forbes, Cathy Hackle[1] suggests that NFTs have changed how artists sell and trade their work. There has been a huge amount of buzz recently about NFTs and artists worldwide are getting involved. NFTs solve a problem that has plagued digital artists for as long as digital art has existed. Namely, that digital art is incredibly easy to duplicate. In essence, NFTs allow artists to put a permanent and unique digital signature on digital artwork and transfer it to the blockchain. This preserves its existence and its history.

NFT technology is only five years old and their utility as a means of delivering art is only just being realized. Pictures and gifs have been the primary source of most of the big NFT buys so far, but that could soon change. According to Rolling Stone[2], Kings of Leon will release the first music album to be published on the blockchain as an NFT. They will mint three types of tokens to launch their series called “NFT Yourself”. The arrival of music into the NFT space heralds another huge leap forward and demonstrates how quickly NFTs have been adopted by a mass audience.

The owner of an NFT can decide to either hold it, sell it, or gift their artwork to other people. However, the original file of the art is the intellectual property of the creator who developed the artwork in the first place. NFTs enable artists to both freely share their work but at the same time have no fear about losing ownership to copying. This concept has never existed in digital art.

If you’re looking to get involved in the world of NFTs, Roseon Finance is offering artists a simple way to showcase and manage all of their NFT creations. With Roseon’s NFT gallery, artists can share their entire portfolio with their fans. All you need is a wallet address and the NFTs stored there, whether they be pictures, gifs, collectibles or music, can be experienced in the gallery. There’s also a marketplace where artists can show their highest selling items and allow interested parties to make bids. The NFT gallery fully integrates with your camera meaning you can take pictures and instantly store them on the blockchain. Now you can share special moments with your loved ones by sending that moment in a form that is totally unique for that person.

The concept of revolutionary technology such as the blockchain, coupled with artwork, has revolutionized the art and music industry. Within the industry, the blockchain provides an effective reduction in instances of piracy and copyright infringement. In short, NFTs offer the security to artists that the internet and traditional media failed to provide.




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Fintech and DeFi in Asia: A Tool to Empower Women

Fintech and DeFi in Asia: A Tool to Empower Women

A History of Financial Exclusion

When traveling in Southeast Asian countries, you will definitely experience a culinary culture full of local identity and style. Take a moment to look around you though, and you’ll notice that nearly 70% of such street vendors are women. A small discovery, but also a reason to reflect on the difficult lives of many Southeast Asian women.

In Southeast Asia, a woman has to face many prejudices and constraints since birth. Common examples are: “Women do not need to learn much”, “Marriage must depend on your husband”, “You must give birth to a son to continue the family line”, “you must stay at home and do housework”, and so on. Thousands of years of tradition and toxic gender power dynamics push women into the role of producing children, serving their husband, and menial household tasks. Many people choose to accept this as an unfortunate but unavoidable truth.

One consequence of this gender inequality is that women aren’t trusted to handle financial matters. In many families, the woman is only given monthly living expenses to take care of the family — they don’t ever posess or control any money beyond that themeselves. Less resources are allocated to their education, so they only have access to jobs paying minimal salaries for hard, unskilled labor. In South Asia, 1 out of 3 women will be in this unskilled labor market, many without the protection provided by a formal work contract.

The lack of focus on women’s education excludes them from the benefits of new technologies. The situation where older women are struggling with or need to ask for instructions to be able to use smartphones, install Facebook apps, Youtube, and so on — it’s practically a stereotype. If you look at the gender ratio in university Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) classes, it’s pretty easy to see that women barely benefit at all from the development of new technologies. This is significantly worsened by the fact that access to finance (and investment) requires more access to technology now.

Currently, blockchain technology has been becoming popular in Southeast Asian countries. People are gradually becoming familiar with the tools to use it: smart contracts, digital money, and e-wallets. However, using these still requires a high degree of technical sophistication. We have to honestly ask ourselves whether women are being afforded access to these tools — are we truly creating a fair and decentralized economy? Or are we inadvertently perpetuating systemic inequalities that have existed for ten thousand years?

Hard-Won Progress

I believe that no matter how repressed, women still carry within themselves the strength to rise up like an oncoming storm. Amid the numerous disadvantages, many women have overcome incredible odds to find their own freedom — especially financial freedom.

Times are changing, and the roles of men and women are changing. If in the past, they were bound, restricted in family life, role and position at work, now they can more freely speak their voice, and hold positions of influence in society. Women hold 28% of global management positions, and 22% of government cabinet ministers. This shows both that the system is still unfair, but also that it is capable of change — perhaps tomorrow, we can make it a little more fair than today. More and more women desire a healthy social life, good jobs, and travel… through their own labor and the consequent financial freedom it offers.

“When I have the opportunity to work in a company in Blockchain technology, especially when introduced to Roseon Wallet, my life is like opening a new page. I was able to take care of myself and contribute a part to my family’s finances. Above all, I have gained certain confidence for myself ”. Those are the words of a young female student whom we had the opportunity to interview.

More and more women desire careers — not only as an alternative to family life, but also as a supplement or even a prerequisite to one. They hope to gain economic autonomy by their own merit, not through marriage (an unreliable way to achieve that anyway). Financial independence is a safe backbone that their mothers never had, and gives them the power to make better choices. That is why they intentionally create a career first — so that marriage can be a choice, not a requirement.

In an interview with Phuong Lyn, she said: “In the past, my life was only going to work, going home, and after that I had children so I only took care of my children. I don’t even think of my wallet. After being introduced to Roseon Wallet by a friend, I carefully researched it. Up to now, Roseon Wallet has helped me manage my finances ”.

Women today have bigger roles to play. If they were only housewives yesterday, today they are women with independent careers. They have many opportunities to grow, they can break old stereotypes and live the way they want. Participate in all activities as equals, equipped with the necessary knowledge to lead an independent life. If they decide to commit to marriage and/or a family, it will be in the confidence that it is their own decision.

Technology and Financial Inclusion

Knowledge helps us become more confident and proactive by exploring competencies by itself. However, in practice we need to apply technology to use that knowledge to better our lives.

In everyday life, technology exists in all areas. In work management, we have office applications that help distribute and connect information and data. In home care, we have home status apps, menu recommendations and recipes online, etc. In sports, you can connect to your favourite team using just your phone. Entertainment is endless: games, collectibles, virtual reality, etc.

What about technology in finance? Perhaps we are familiar with the spending management apps, and Internet banking apps of traditional banks. However, with digital assets and blockchain, it’s possible to have wallets independent of any bank that hold digital money too. They also let you grow your assets within the application! Roseon Wallet, for example, is focused on letting you hold all your digital assets in one place — and giving you access to tools to grow your assets using decentralized finance (DeFi). Their mission is to bring the benefits of cryptocurrencies, DeFi and Blockchain to people around the world in the safest and easiest way.

New technologies are always being developed to serve human needs in new and different ways. Blockchain and digital currency wallets like Roseon are no exception — but we need to make sure that every new technology ends up in the hands of the people that need it.


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Roseon Finance: Decentralized Finance Simplified

Roseon Finance: Decentralized Finance Simplified

We launched Roseon Finance to solve exactly one problem: decentralized finance (DeFi) offers users a good rate of return on their assets, but needs to be easier to use.

Our app offers a simple interface that lets you benefit from decentralized financial products without having to navigate through the maze of DeFi. Our first offering is USDT, ETH, and BTC term deposits. Our term deposits offer a fixed interest rate, fixed duration and ZERO FEES.

Through our partnerships of with a network of centralized and decentralized borrowers, we use an algorithm to maximize yield. In short, you earn a guaranteed interest rate, and we take on the risk and work — we make a profit by outperforming the rate we offer you.

You might ask why it makes sense to use a centralized wallet to handle decentralized financial products — this is a good question to ask. The short answer is that most people struggle with the core elements of cryptocurrency and decentralized finance — for example safely managing private keys and auditing smart contracts (for bugs, scams and so on).

A longer answer lies both in the history and complexity of decentralized finance.

A Brief History of Money

Money in various forms has been around for the last 5000 years or so. At first, it directly represented physical goods — for example a bushel of grain. Later, it could be directly exchanged for a fixed amount of some physical good. Finally, it held an abstract nominal value not tied to any single commodity. This final form of money in particular was easy to digitize, and evolved to become the digital money we use in our daily lives.

This form of money works well, but it does have a few problems — for example, if it’s not tied to particular good, how can you fairly create more of it? Presently this is done using a central bank, and a fractional reserve system at various smaller banks.

The central bank (through various mechanisms), adds or removes money from the smaller banks. These smaller banks are required to keep a fraction (say 10%) of all deposits, but can lend out the rest — much of which will end up as another bank deposit, 90% of which can be lent out again.

These iterative loans result in the creation of about 10x the money originally created by the central bank, and is a partially decentralized model involving the interaction between a central bank, smaller banks, a credit reporting agency, and a business or individual.

This all works very well, except that it has the unusual side effect of creating an economy where there is typically more debt than assets. This can become a problem when money is lent irresponsibly — when debtors default too often, too much of this unbacked debt gets called in at once, and we end up with a financial crisis (e.g. the subprime mortgage crisis in 2007–2010).

In response to this type of irresponsible behavior, Bitcoin was created. It had a fully decentralized model using blockchain — new Bitcoin was produced by solving shared cryptographic puzzles (“mining”), and all participants had the ability to send, receive, and process transactions without restriction. Once it caught on, thousands of cryptocurrencies were created.

The next key development was that blockchain could do more than just hold and transfer money. It should be able to hold and enforce contracts that control and automate the flow of money. Ethereum was the first to do this using the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), allowing smart contracts to be written in a programming language and publicly stored in a blockchain.

It wasn’t long before someone thought of programming a smart contract that defines an investment — the beginning of DeFi.

The Birth of DeFi

When MakerDao launched in 2017, it was an open question whether decentralized blockchain assets could be made stable enough to allow the full range of financial services provided by traditional finance.

Shortly after, Ether skyrocketed to over USD 1000 each, and by the end of the year was trading around USD 80. Over the course of that period, DAI continued trading reasonably close to USD 1, as designed — proving that decentralized finance doesn’t have to go hand-in-hand with volatility.

Around the same time, Uniswap had been launched, and was starting to attract attention. Uniswap became by far the most efficient and popular decentralized asset exchange — it presently has around USD 3 billion in total value managed in it’s smart contract, and handles around USD 270 million in daily volume.

More importantly though, it introduced a concept called liquidity mining, or yield-farming. By staking your assets in a Uniswap smart contract, you are helping provide liquidity to traders that use it. In exchange for that service, Uniswap pays out a fee to you.

This concept where any person can provide a financial service, and receive a fee from users of that service is the core concept of decentralized finance. The concept took off in 2020 — likely in response to the COVID pandemic. Loss of employment, dropping interest rates due to government lending programs, and an uncertain economy all meant there was demand for a new source of passive income offering reasonable returns. This was especially appealing to younger audiences that had already heard of Bitcoin and Ethereum. Due to this high demand, many new projects have formed since Uniswap, reaching a high point in summer 2020.

What Goes Up, Must Come Down

Just like what we saw in the 2018 ICO bubble, some pretty wild promises of unsustainable profits were made at this point. Meanwhile, many investors didn’t really understand the underlying technology or mathematics that made Uniswap successful. The market crashed fairly hard, with about a 60% reduction in value by early November 2020.

The core service providers, like Uniswap and AAVE, weathered the downturn fairly well, just like MakerDao weathered the 2019 Ethereum crash. Here we saw an opportunity — if decentralized products based on sound financial principles could retain value through market crashes, then many cryptocurrency holders would benefit from a managed fund.

When you go to the bank, you don’t need to be a financial expert or a lawyer to invest your money, because for many types of investment, that’s the job of the bank. These fixed-rate investments mean you know what you’re putting in and what you’re getting out. We wanted to make cryptocurrency work like this too, by making fixed-rate term deposits our first product.

Finally, we take care of some of the less user-friendly aspects of cryptocurrency. You no longer have to worry about losing your funds due to misplacing a private key or sending it to the wrong smart contract address — we safely store your keys and take care of all DeFi transactions. There’s also no need to worry about bugs or scams hidden in DeFi smart contracts — we hire smart contract programmers to audit the code before we use them. We also provide a secure password reset service, so there’s no need to experience the pain of losing your funds when you lose your password.

Where does the money come from?

Anyone offering you a rate of return on investment should be able to tell you where the profit comes from. In our case, we use both centralized and decentralized finance to optimize profits. At the start, our algorithm uses both decentralized yield-farming and centralized margin-lending services — depending on what’s better at the time.

We only use well-established projects and exchanges. This is how we achieve a better rate than most users can achieve on their own. We also guarantee a particular rate of return for every term deposit with us, so our users know exactly what to expect and when.

Of course, we have plans to offer more than just fixed-term deposits. There are many decentralized financial products we want to simplify! Very soon, we plan to offer more passive strategies like index funds and yield-farming pools, as well as active strategies that consist of various managed funds.

Finally, we have some very exciting NFT (non-fungible token) strategies in our pipeline that we want to share with you soon.

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