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Just like Red Herring Prospectus is the blueprint of a company listed on a stock exchange, White Paper is the blueprint of any venture based on Blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. So it is of utmost importance as investors are going to judge the project only on the basis of this document. ICO are like raising money to fund an idea. There is a fair bit of risk involved as nobody knows whether this will work or not. So to gain the faith of investor your whitepaper must be convincing enough. So out of numerous whitepapers published, few stand out. CASHAA’S whitepaper is one of them. Let’s have a look why this is a great whitepaper.

**Defining problem clearly **: It is said that clearly defining and identifying the problem is the first step towards finding a solution. CASHA’s whitepaper has clearly stated why there is a need of alternate banking and transaction method. It states that most of the people around the world are unbanked or underbanked and they should come under the under the umbrella of banking for their financial inclusion which would result in the growth of the overall economy.

**Clearly defined vision : **It clearly says that its aim is to build a banking platform for the future and to lower the financial inclusion barriers for unbanked masses.

**Description of Beta model : **For building a big ship first you need to build a prototype and do all the necessary tests so as to check the viability of the actual project. CASHAA had built a beta version of their wallet for trading in fiat money and cryptocurrencies. 12770 users from 141 nations had tested the platform transaction around 10 million USD. It has clearly given details of its beta version and thus providing a strong base to incite faith in investors.

**Credentials of the team : **Since one is trying to raise money for just a concept which may or may not be successful in future, there should be a solid reason to state that this product is bound to be successful at any cost. So the quality of the product depends a lot on the quality and skills of the team. CASHAA is a team of successful entrepreneurs who had built their own enterprises. These enterprises are now part of Fortune top 15 companies of the world. CASHAA’s whitepaper has detailed information about its tea members.

**Information about architecture and design : **How you are going to implement your project is also of considerable importance. Whether your project is feasible or not, can only be judged when who give details how you are going to build it. CASHAA’s whitepaper clearly defines that from architectural point of view, it is divided into 5 main component layers namely CASconnect, CASnet, CASfabric, CASchain and CASfiat. Each layer addresses a different aspect.

**Associations: **CASHAA has associations with some very reputed players in this domain like AUXESIS group, Qtum and Agrello Foundation. It is going to leverage the well-established AUXLEDGER platform made by AUXESIS group. So it has shown that CASHAA is trusted by already established enterprises which further enhances its credibility. All the information about its associations is clearly mentioned in the whitepaper.

**Clearly defined utility : **You should be clear about what your product can do and what is cannot do. CASHAA’s whitepaper clearly defines the utility and scope of its products.

**Details of its products : **CASHAA offers digital wallets, physical and virtual cards, micro-lending facilities and peer-to-peer exchange facilities. All the minute details of the products are clearly mentioned in the whitepaper. It also mentions the benefits associated with each product and also how these are better alternatives as compared to the existing ones.

**Past achievements and future roadmap : **It has mentioned the past achievements and the future plans of the group along with the proper timeline. It shows that it has always been promising in meeting deadlines and proper evaluation of nitty-gritties of its plans. It has also defined its priorities clearly.

**Details of Token specifications and distribution : **It mentions the how and what percentage of tokens are available to whom. It also give details of token sales i.e. rates and discounts. CASHAA is listed on HITBTC, IDEX, FUBT, ETHERDELTA and one can buy its CAS tokens from these exchanges. Other places where CASHAA is listed are TOKEN STORE, COINMARKETCAP and COINMARKET CAL.

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# You decide: What is the most beautiful equation?

**We asked a group of mathematicians and physicists to tell us their favourite equations. Now you get to decide which is the best**

**Share on Facebook****Share on Twitter****Share on Reddit****Share on StumbleUpon****Share on Google+****Share by Email**- By Melissa Hogenboom20 January 2016

There is a lot of beauty in mathematical equations. They represent some of the most profound rules that govern the Universe and everything in it.

Understanding the most profound equations takes years of training, and many of them are so complex that they are hard to convey in normal language. However, that does not mean we cannot all appreciate their beauty.

BBC Earth asked mathematicians and physicists to tell us which equations they think are the most beautiful. Their choices range from explanations of antimatter to predicting how sub-atomic particles behave.

Explore the 12 equations below, and vote for your favourite in our poll below.

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# The 11 Most Beautiful Mathematical Equations

By Clara Moskowitz June 01, 2017

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**Introduction**

**Introduction**

Mathematical equations aren't just useful — many are quite beautiful. And many scientists admit they are often fond of particular formulas not just for their function, but for their form, and the simple, poetic truths they contain.

While certain famous equations, such as Albert Einstein's E = mc^2, hog most of the public glory, many less familiar formulas have their champions among scientists. LiveScience asked physicists, astronomers and mathematicians for their favorite equations; here's what we found:

**General relativity**

**General relativity**

The equation above was formulated by Einstein as part of his groundbreaking general theory of relativity in 1915. The theory revolutionized how scientists understood gravity by describing the force as a warping of the fabric of space and time.

"It is still amazing to me that one such mathematical equation can describe what space-time is all about," said Space Telescope Science Institute astrophysicist Mario Livio, who nominated the equation as his favorite. "All of Einstein's true genius is embodied in this equation." [Einstein Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of the Genius]**RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU...**CLOSE

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"The right-hand side of this equation describes the energy contents of our universe (including the 'dark energy' that propels the current cosmic acceleration)," Livio explained. "The left-hand side describes the geometry of space-time. The equality reflects the fact that in Einstein's general relativity, mass and energy determine the geometry, and concomitantly the curvature, which is a manifestation of what we call gravity." [6 Weird Facts About Gravity]

"It's a very elegant equation," said Kyle Cranmer, a physicist at New York University, adding that the equation reveals the relationship between space-time and matter and energy. "This equation tells you how they are related — how the presence of the sun warps space-time so that the Earth moves around it in orbit, etc. It also tells you how the universe evolved since the Big Bang and predicts that there should be black holes."

**The Standard Model**

**The Standard Model**

Another of physics' reigning theories, the standard model describes the collection of fundamental particles currently thought to make up our universe.

The theory can be encapsulated in a main equation called the standard model Lagrangian (named after the 18th-century French mathematician and astronomer Joseph Louis Lagrange), which was chosen by theoretical physicist Lance Dixon of the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in California as his favorite formula.

"It has successfully described all elementary particles and forces that we've observed in the laboratory to date — except gravity," Dixon told LiveScience. "That includes, of course, the recently discovered Higgs(like) boson, phi in the formula. It is fully self-consistent with quantum mechanics and special relativity."

The standard model theory has not yet, however, been united with general relativity, which is why it cannot describe gravity. [Infographic: The Standard Model Explained]

**Calculus**

**Calculus**

While the first two equations describe particular aspects of our universe, another favorite equation can be applied to all manner of situations. The fundamental theorem of calculus forms the backbone of the mathematical method known as calculus, and links its two main ideas, the concept of the integral and the concept of the derivative.

"In simple words, [it] says that the net change of a smooth and continuous quantity, such as a distance travelled, over a given time interval (i.e. the difference in the values of the quantity at the end points of the time interval) is equal to the integral of the rate of change of that quantity, i.e. the integral of the velocity," said Melkana Brakalova-Trevithick, chair of the math department at Fordham University, who chose this equation as her favorite. "The fundamental theorem of calculus (FTC) allows us to determine the net change over an interval based on the rate of change over the entire interval."

The seeds of calculus began in ancient times, but much of it was put together in the 17th century by Isaac Newton, who used calculus to describe the motions of the planets around the sun.

**Pythagorean theorem**

**Pythagorean theorem**

An "oldie but goodie" equation is the famous Pythagorean theorem, which every beginning geometry student learns.

This formula describes how, for any right-angled triangle, the square of the length of the hypotenuse, * c*, (the longest side of a right triangle) equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other two sides (

*and*

*a**). Thus,*

*b*

*a^2 + b^2 = c^2*"The very first mathematical fact that amazed me was Pythagorean theorem," said mathematician Daina Taimina of Cornell University. "I was a child then and it seemed to me so amazing that it works in geometry and it works with numbers!" [5 Seriously Mind-Boggling Math Facts]

**1 = 0.999999999….**Advertisement

**1 = 0.999999999….**Advertisement

This simple equation, which states that the quantity 0.999, followed by an infinite string of nines, is equivalent to one, is the favorite of mathematician Steven Strogatz of Cornell University.

"I love how simple it is — everyone understands what it says — yet how provocative it is," Strogatz said. "Many people don't believe it could be true. It's also beautifully balanced. The left side represents the beginning of mathematics; the right side represents the mysteries of infinity."

**Special relativity**

**Special relativity**

Einstein makes the list again with his formulas for special relativity, which describes how time and space aren't absolute concepts, but rather are relative depending on the speed of the observer. The equation above shows how time dilates, or slows down, the faster a person is moving in any direction.

"The point is it's really very simple," said Bill Murray, a particle physicist at the CERN laboratory in Geneva. "There is nothing there an A-level student cannot do, no complex derivatives and trace algebras. But what it embodies is a whole new way of looking at the world, a whole attitude to reality and our relationship to it. Suddenly, the rigid unchanging cosmos is swept away and replaced with a personal world, related to what you observe. You move from being outside the universe, looking down, to one of the components inside it. But the concepts and the maths can be grasped by anyone that wants to."

Murray said he preferred the special relativity equations to the more complicated formulas in Einstein's later theory. "I could never follow the maths of general relativity," he said.

**Euler's equation**Advertisement

**Euler's equation**Advertisement

This simple formula encapsulates something pure about the nature of spheres:

"It says that if you cut the surface of a sphere up into faces, edges and vertices, and let F be the number of faces, E the number of edges and V the number of vertices, you will always get V – E + F = 2," said Colin Adams, a mathematician at Williams College in Massachusetts.

"So, for example, take a tetrahedron, consisting of four triangles, six edges and four vertices," Adams explained. "If you blew hard into a tetrahedron with flexible faces, you could round it off into a sphere, so in that sense, a sphere can be cut into four faces, six edges and four vertices. And we see that V – E + F = 2. Same holds for a pyramid with five faces — four triangular, and one square — eight edges and five vertices," and any other combination of faces, edges and vertices.

"A very cool fact! The combinatorics of the vertices, edges and faces is capturing something very fundamental about the shape of a sphere," Adams said.

**Euler-Lagrange equations and Noether's theorem**

**Euler-Lagrange equations and Noether's theorem**

"These are pretty abstract, but amazingly powerful," NYU's Cranmer said. "The cool thing is that this way of thinking about physics has survived some major revolutions in physics, like quantum mechanics, relativity, etc."

Here, L stands for the Lagrangian, which is a measure of energy in a physical system, such as springs, or levers or fundamental particles. "Solving this equation tells you how the system will evolve with time," Cranmer said.

A spinoff of the Lagrangian equation is called Noether's theorem, after the 20th century German mathematician Emmy Noether. "This theorem is really fundamental to physics and the role of symmetry," Cranmer said. "Informally, the theorem is that if your system has a symmetry, then there is a corresponding conservation law. For example, the idea that the fundamental laws of physics are the same today as tomorrow (time symmetry) implies that energy is conserved. The idea that the laws of physics are the same here as they are in outer space implies that momentum is conserved. Symmetry is perhaps the driving concept in fundamental physics, primarily due to [Noether's] contribution."

**The Callan-Symanzik equation**Advertisement

**The Callan-Symanzik equation**Advertisement

"The Callan-Symanzik equation is a vital first-principles equation from 1970, essential for describing how naive expectations will fail in a quantum world," said theoretical physicist Matt Strassler of Rutgers University.

The equation has numerous applications, including allowing physicists to estimate the mass and size of the proton and neutron, which make up the nuclei of atoms.

Basic physics tells us that the gravitational force, and the electrical force, between two objects is proportional to the inverse of the distance between them squared. On a simple level, the same is true for the strong nuclear force that binds protons and neutrons together to form the nuclei of atoms, and that binds quarks together to form protons and neutrons. However, tiny quantum fluctuations can slightly alter a force's dependence on distance, which has dramatic consequences for the strong nuclear force.

"It prevents this force from decreasing at long distances, and causes it to trap quarks and to combine them to form the protons and neutrons of our world," Strassler said. "What the Callan-Symanzik equation does is relate this dramatic and difficult-to-calculate effect, important when [the distance] is roughly the size of a proton, to more subtle but easier-to-calculate effects that can be measured when [the distance] is much smaller than a proton."

**The minimal surface equation**

**The minimal surface equation**

"The minimal surface equation somehow encodes the beautiful soap films that form on wire boundaries when you dip them in soapy water," said mathematician Frank Morgan of Williams College. "The fact that the equation is 'nonlinear,' involving powers and products of derivatives, is the coded mathematical hint for the surprising behavior of soap films. This is in contrast with more familiar linear partial differential equations, such as the heat equation, the wave equation, and the Schrödinger equation of quantum physics."