SharkGate IEO


Earn by contributing to the world’s largest
crowdsourced cybersecurity network

Every bit of information on systems built to protect your web assets against cyber attacks is priceless. Imagine this information being combined from a vast number of sources and updated in real time, creating an AI-powered defense system – SharkNet.

The fuel powering this system is SharkGate token ($SHARK) automatically rewarding data providers in real-time in exchange for providing information. Additionaly, access to SharkNet requires its participants to hold a specific number of $SHARK, creating a constant demand for the tokens.

How does the SharkGate
token ($SHARK) work?

SharkGate’s Plugin users anonymously share attack data with the SharkNet network. In return, they receive weekly/hourly protection updates, based on the purchased plan. $SHARK holders additionally receive tokens in reward, based on the data contribution information uploaded by SharkNet. SharkGate’s Plugin users buy and stake $SHARK tokens. Security companies, receiving ranked threat data as a commercial service, can also buy and hold a certain number of $SHARK in order to unlock product discounts.

Learn more about the SharkGate Plugin


Every month we plan to onboard 300 new plugin users


They are expected to purchase the following USD-worth of tokens in order to receive tokenised rewards

SharkGate token ($SHARK)

Why will the value of $SHARK keep on growing?

SharkGate will offer a carefuly well-balanced token supply and demand ratio. The token supply side will be balanced by discounts and special offers provided to SharkNet participants who are purchasing access to the network, in exchange for holding a certain amount of $SHARK tokens.

With the projected funds allocation, described below, it is estimated that we will be signing in approximately 300 new users every month to our platform. Token rewards are available ONLY to $SHARK holders, and significant discounts are available only after purchasing and staking their amount for at least 12 months. The table below offers insights into our projected, monthly token sales estimations, based solely on the SharkGate clients’ purchases for the usability purposes.


Expected monthly number
of converted clients

$36 000

Expected monthly value
of sold tokens

Monthly number of converted clients
Monthly value of sold tokens $
% of users buying and staking $200 worth of SHARK %
% of users buying and staking $1000 worth of SHARK %
% of users buying and staking $2000 worth of SHARK %
Annual retention %
USD worth of tokens sold so far
Projected SHARK token sales
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Benefits for the $SHARK holders

With a growing value of $SHARK, staking them aims to provide the SharkNet participants – Plugin users as well as Security companies – with a return on the initial commercial investment, by acquiring access to the SharkNet’s resources.

Additionally, holding $SHARK allows them to take advantage of the discounts on SharkNet access as well as future additional services.


Value of all $SHARK tokens

$2 000 000

Supply of all $SHARK tokens

25 000 000

Supply 1 – Value of the allocation of funds collected: $1 000 000
Supply 2 – Value of the allocation of $SHARK tokens managed by the SharkGate team: $1 000 000
Value of 1 $SHARK token (IEO public sale): $0,08

Allocation of funds collected

50% of the total $SHARK tokens supply


Marketing & PR


and Product


Operations & Administrative





Allocation of the $SHARK tokens

50% of the total $SHARK tokens supply











Token address:


This is the only correct token address. Beware of scammers!


Q1 2022 – Development of Main SharkNet

Setting up infrastructure for new architecture. Creating the main microservice for the SharkNet ecosystem which is the main rest endpoint for plugins. Enabling plugins to register, obtain latest threat data (rules, bad ips, bad agents) and record attack data without any direct communication with SharkNet, allowing all communication to be performed over the Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT).

Q1 2022 – Development of Deep Sea components

Creating the microservice for the Deep Sea service in the ecosystem. Building a Data Lake to manage, govern, access & explore Big Data. Creating new security rules in a format that can be utilised by plugins, ensuring relevant plugins that provide the data are rewarded and integrated with the Deep Sea rule AI learning engine. Full API integration to the Distributed Ledger Technology API, to be used to store rules, bad IPs and bad agents. Researching on Deep Learning in regards to pattern matching on attacks. Collecting and organising findings into a report to be used in development on SharkNet AI.

Q2 2022 – Further Development of Main SharkNet

Setting up source control, build-server and ensuring each integration is verified by automated builds and tests. Setting up Apache Kafka messaging, which is a distributed publish-subscribe messaging system and a robust queue that can handle a very high volume of data. Setting up a microservice specialising in handling registration of plugins used by SharkNet. Adding functionality to collect attack data sent by plugins to verify if a plugin is registered and subscribed. Creating a visual attack map of attacks blocked and recorded in the ecosystem by SharkNet.

Q2 2022 – SharkGate Rewards system

Performing research on the security of passing and storing information when using DLT technology. Collecting and organising findings into a report to be used in development on SharkNet AI. Setting up Kafka messaging for SharkGate reward microservice to process attack data messages for storage on DLT and request to reward plug users with tokens. Integrating to and using a DLT service for storing attack data to the DLT and for awarding tokens to plug users and other external services.

Q3 2022 – Development of SharkGate Plugin

Initial release and launch of SharkGate Plugin with an ability to perform relevant actions defined by rules such as log, block, drop, etc. Adding Main Dashboard user interface for plugins and framework for all modules of the application. Using blacklists to block malicious IPs from making any attempt to access the website in order to significantly reduce the risk of a hack on the site as well as the load on a website from hacker bots. Creating bad bot protection on the SharkGate plugin – bad bots are bots that perform malicious acts, steal data, or damage sites or networks through such things as distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Creating premium quality reporting and analytics pages for the dashboard, allowing the users to understand how their sites are being protected.

Q1 2023 – Further Development of Main SharkNet

Setting up source control, build-server and ensuring each integration is verified by automated builds and tests. Setting up infrastructure for new architecture. Microservice upgrade. Setting up infrastructure monitoring and analytics plus automated alerts to key team members.  Configuring GKE on GCP for auto scaling, auto restarts, auto updates, failovers, load balancing, circuit breakers to help in achieving a major goal of SharkNet being self-running and self-healing.

Q2 2023 – Further development of Deep Sea components

Allowing Deep Sea to coordinate the memory of each attack encountered on any site worldwide and thus enabling any site on the distributed network to mount a strong response if the attack is attempted again. Creating ‘adaptive’ rules that evolve during the lifetime of the blockchain as an adaptation to a threat and preparing protection for future similar, but yet unseen, attacks. To ensure the SharkNet ecosystem can scale to millions of plugins worldwide, distributed processing techniques are used.

Q3 2023 – Sales and Operations activities

Ongoing activity to acquire more partnerships and affiliates. Executing a sales automation pilot with a potential new sales partner.

Q4 2023 – Further development of SharkGate Plugin

Adding website speed up features to the plugin, enabling users to vastly speed up their sites by turning on ‘Shark Speed’ switch. Adding two phase authentication (2FA) logins to the plugin users accounts. Creating a malware scanner for the plugin that regularly scans the website (files and database) looking for viruses, known malware, hidden iframes, malicious code, backdoors, hacker shells, known malicious URLs, known patterns of infections and other suspicious activities.

Q4 2023 – SharkGate tokenisation

Developing and publishing a dedicated website covering the project’s tokenisation parameters as well as all corresponding marketing materials. Developing a tokenomics plan, allowing the tokens to add value to the existing business model and the rewards system as well as to secure its value appreciation by its systematic supply reduction. Actively building a community of the token users and integrating it across multiple platforms.

Attempting to perform a Token Generation Exercise (TGE) and DEX listing.

Q1 2024 – Further research and development of Deep Sea

Researching on Deep Learning in regards to pattern matching on attacks. Collecting and organising findings into a report to be used in development on SharkNet AI.

Q2 2024 – SharkGate Plugin research and development

Adding ability to auto-repair and clean files at a touch of a button. Detecting and preventing Web Scraping Bots in real-time with the applied Machine Learning components. Incorporating features like email obfuscation and hotlink protection that serve to protect users from content scraping. Adding the ability to back-up users’ websites, files and databases and restoring them from the backup.

Q3 2024 – App Marketplaces

Developing a SaaS security product for protecting websites on AWS infrastructure to be sold on the AWS marketplace. Developing a Microsoft Azure Marketplace cloud solution in order to sell security solutions to Microsoft websites enterprise base. Developing a Google Workspace Marketplace version of the product allowing SharkGate to target over five million businesses using Google Workspace for their enterprise solutions.

Our Team

Marc Roberts

Chief Executive Officer

Co-founder and lead director of SharkGate

Founder of a popular Threat Analysis Website and Scam Detection System that is now used by millions of users. Blockchain and Deep Learning evangelist, a serial entrepreneur with numerous successful dot-com startups with a solid 30 year IT history, working for IBM, Nokia and Oracle.

Jonathan Morrissey

Chief Technology Officer

Co-founder and lead security specialist of SharkGate

Certified Architect and Application Developer with over 25 years experience working on mission-critical and high throughput large-scale systems. Lead Enterprise Architect for the largest B2B portal in Europe. Lead Developer at German Stock Exchange, UBS Warburg, Hewlett Packard, Nokia, Accenture, IBM.

Tomi Kervinen

Chief Financial Officer

Co-founder and lead operations
& financial director of SharkGate

A specialist in IT consulting, database technologies and entrepreneurship, with a 25-year-long career. Owned and managed a company that provided all development services for Nokia’s global B2B portal and eCommerce system. A certified technical consultant in SAP and Oracle. Worked also with Tieto, Fujitsu, Accenture and IBM.

Matthew Morel

Chief Marketing Officer

Co-founder of SharkGate

Highly experienced Chief Marketing Officer with more than 23 years’ experience in professional services, capital markets, FMCG, technology, fintech and telecommunications sectors. A driven and entrepreneurial leader with expertise in building global award-winning and engaging brands that include Deloitte, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Group plc and Sanne Group plc.

Yann Lafargue

Chief Communications Officer

Co-founder of SharkGate

Seasoned international Head of Marketing & Communications with more than 18 years in global agency, local and HQ in-house experience, from start-ups to A-brands in Silicon Valley, Europe and beyond. Entrepreneurial spirit and global brand builder with expertise in digital media, fintech, banking, entertainment, and tech communications working for Banco Santander / PagoNxt, Netflix, TomTom & HK Strategies.


Jarek Białek

Since 2004, Jarek Bialek has been actively involved in the global startup ecosystem: as a mentor, coach, educator and entrepreneur. Apart from his commercial activities, Jarek has been also working with local and national government entities, introducing entrepreneurship programs, and running events and lectures focused on lean startup and design thinking methodologies.

Currently, Jarek Bialek is the founder and board member of Revenue Capital. Revenue Capital is a venture-builder, providing funds, resources and know-how to established Web3 and Web2 companies.

Key Partners

Frequently Asked Questions

What can be the future value of the $SHARK token?

The future value of the $SHARK token is strictly correlated with the number of API clients aquired. We expect that approximately 30% of them would become incentivised by the prospects of holding and using $SHARK tokens. We simulated the impact this might have on the future token price in the $SHARK token section of this website (Why will the value of SHARK keep on growing?). Please beware that the numbers presented are examples only and should not be considered as a promise or guarantee from our end.

When will the public sale start?

Currently we expect the sales to start in Q4 2023 with the exact date to be announced soon. We reserve the right to modify this time frame though, depending on the market conditions.

What kind of token is $SHARK?

$SHARK is a utility token to operate on the BSC blockchain. The utilities available to its holders are (but not restricted) discounts on purchasing SharkGate’s services, unlocking access to challenges, and NFTs (which in turn are to unlock further utilities and rewards).

What are the mechanics and amounts of token rewards or the API clients sharing their anonymous attack data?

The exact formula will be presented soon. It is to be based on the amount of shared data and the scope of their usage in developing the defense strategies within the SharkNet system.

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