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“Hello! My name is Vera and I'm a robot”.
Robot Vera Already helps to find qualified employees for the biggest employers in Russia, but it wants to digitalize the recruitment process all over the world!



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The virtual equivalent of Robot Vera’s services. One VERA token is equal to a single response, which means one candidate for the robot-recruiter, a candidate who is perfectly suited for a vacant position, and ready to come for an interview.
At the moment, Robot Vera is generating around a thousand responses daily for more than 150 of its customers. For the purposes of the ICO, we have converted 15.7 million future responses into VERA tokens and will be offering 5.5 million of them for purchase on the market.


  • — Exchange their VERA tokens for company’s services with a discount.
  • — Be among the first to test the company's new services.
  • — Give a VERA token to someone who wants to use Robot Vera’s services.
  • — Transfer VERA tokens on a blockchain exchange to another owner at a different price.
  • — Return a VERA token to the company at a different price.


During the pre-ICO stage in September, up to 500 thousand VERA tokens will be distributed with a 50% discount (1 VERA token = about $1 equivalent of ETH). The funds will be raised in ETH: 1 ETH = $250 = 250 VERA tokens. The presale will last for three weeks or until the maximum volume of distribution is reached.

During the main ICO in October, up to 5 million VERA tokens will be distributed and these can be exchanged for ETH (1 VERA token = about $2 equivalent of ETH). The sale period will last 30 days or until all 5 million VERA tokens are sold.

The starting price of the VERA token is directly linked to the price of Robot Vera’s services: at the moment, one response costs $2, but we expect the average price to grow around 10x by the end of the year due to product development, ongoing improvements, and expansion on international markets.

What is Vera?

Vera is a AI (Artificial Intellect) robot-recruiter. In three hours it goes through the whole chain of the hiring process, finds the best candidates for a job, and invites them to the final interview with the employer. Vera is multitasking, professional and can work anywhere in the world.

Alpha-version of Vera was released a few months ago. Robot Vera specialises in mass (typical) hiring, and does all the work 10 or more times faster than a human recruiter: three hours instead of three weeks.

Robot Vera is fully automated and saves up to 50% of the costs for hiring employees, Vera also enables the forecasting of such expenses.

Over the last six months, Vera has been implemented by 150+ customers and brought them 60+ thousand qualified responses. As a result — several thousand people were able to find a job.

Each month we receive up to 400 incoming requests for the use of Robot Vera’s services — all that with zero marketing budget. And more recently, the company has contracted four major partners who now re-sell Robot Vera’s services.

Robot Vera is able to recognise the candidate's emotions in video interviews and also conduct conversations in virtual reality (VR). It is also learning to lead a "live conversation" and answer the counter-questions of applicants about the vacancy and the employer.

The company has raised investments from the Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF), one of the most active venture capital funds in Europe. Over the last 1.5 years, IIDF has invested more than $1.1 million into the company.

In spring 2017, the first pilot projects with international customers were launched.



How does Robot Vera work?


Receives a vacancy description from the client, and requirements for future employees. Connects to the job site bases.


Finds the resume of a suitable candidates and removes duplicates. Creates a web page for each vacancy and then imports all the required information.


Simultaneously calls all the selected candidates and conducts an initial interview with each, asking additional qualification questions.


Systematizes the information received, creates a list of candidates suitable for the customer's vacancy. Sends to the recruiter all the information about candidates.


Conducts a video interview with the best candidates and provides the number of applicants for the vacancy to the customer. Arranges the interviews with candidates and their future employer.


Waits for the final results. Robot Vera can repeat the whole process if an employee is not found.
Robot Vera was born in the end of 2016. The first projects with large customers went live in march 2017. The company's monthly revenue has been increasing by 50-100% and the gross margins now reach 80%.
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Why Robot Vera needs an ICO



Going live on the US market: selling 10 thousand responses at $30 with the help of a partner, a large recruitment agency. We expect revenues from Russian and the US markets to reach around $800 thousand.
A test shift of Robot Vera to the blockchain - to store complete information about candidates and recruiters.

MARCH 2018

Connecting to the API of large taxi aggregators to pick up and deliver candidates to the venue for an interview with the employer.
In case of successful tests of technologies, the blockchain memory of Vera will fully migrate to a distributed database for the subsequent launch of new products.

JUNE 2018

Testing the recommendation system that will rank candidates based on available data, as well as the development of services for candidates.
Test launch in China


Automation of the HR documentation processes, from starting a job to taking a vacation.
Test launch in at least one of the European markets.


Launching new services: the ability to predict the time of the employee's quitting (for employers) and the opportunity to find an ideal job (for candidates).
We expect to end the year with around $8 million in revenues, of which 60-70% will come from the Russian market and 20% from the USA.



At the moment, 25 people are working hard to deliver excellent results and develop an increasingly intelligent robot-recruiter. Almost every week the team grows, with new employees often selected by Robot Vera.
Each of the team members has 5–10 years of experience in their respective industries, and many of them have run their own businesses prior to joining Robot Vera.
In August 2017, the company attracted
in the investment round from the Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF).


Co-founder and CEO, 28 years old.
The first company Vladimir created was in 2009: the consulting firm First Street, was engaged in the registration of unskilled personnel from the CIS, and the outsourcing of personnel. In less than five years the company achieved an annual turnover of $800.000.
Vladimir Sveshnikov


Co-founder and Commercial Director (CFO), 29 years old.
He has been working for more than seven years in the recruitment industry — he headed up the personnel selection department at the recruitment agency ACME in St. Petersburg. For the last three years he has been engaged in marketing and sales.
Aleksandr Uraksin


Co-owner and CBDO, 39 years.
Alexey has been in the technology business for about 15 years and has co-founded a number of companies: Medialt, RedButton Capital, Isochronika, Fotter, Giftoman. Together with a partner in 2009 they created i-Jet Media and released "Happy Farmer" — one of the most commercially successful games in the world: in only the first year of its existence users spent almost $20 million on virtual purchases in the game.
Alexey Kostarev


COO, 40 years old.
He has been working for about 10 years in the M&A industry, was engaged in structuring and supporting complicated transactions. He worked in big companies such as Alfa-Bank (management for collecting corporate debts), The Seventh Continent, Rosselkhozbank, BVC Trade, etc.
Dmitry Kiselev


CTO, 28 years old.
Has extensive experience in developing multi-threaded, distributed, and highly loaded applications, and command management in international projects. He worked in ICanTech, Budist, WhiteStudio.
Lev Lybin




The businessman, the investor, the blockchain consultant. In business more than 10 years. Dmitry participated in the development of the company 2GIS, one of the leaders in the cartography market in Russia, he invested in Dodo Pizza, Welltory, Storj. Since 2016 Dmitry invests in the crypto-industry, and advises startups about blockchains.


Business journalist. In the profession for about 13 years. Now Polina is the deputy editor-in-chief of RBC's monthly business magazine, previously she headed up the Technology and Media department, working for various platforms of the RBC-holding companies. Polina is a consultant to Stafory on ICO.


Tech entrepreneur and investor with more than 10 years of experience in the consumer internet sector. Andres has founded, invested in, managed and consulted more than 15 companies in e-commerce, online gaming and social networking spaces.


A serial businessman with a rare flair for the newest trends in the IT-industry. In the technology business for almost 15 years. He took a part in a start of one of the largest exchanges Sape.ru, created the largest social networking application Vkontakte, and co-founder of the company Pinxter Inc.


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