Kongzi Print Shop (KPS) started in 2014 and finished in 2014, with a total supply of 1 million tokens. The team/founder is hidden, The main reason this token was listed is desertion.
(from old site) It's a very boring business and our cashflow is small. I'm here to change that. I'm disappointed in our IPO. Not many shares were sold. But maybe I'll stick it out and see where we can go with this. If we can raise enough to relocate and up our production capacity, I will try selling on J-list or amazon. Advertising, or partnering with related sites like Tae Kim's or Maggie's. Once we relocate I can double our production capacity just by buying a new printer. The issue right now is our space is so small it would not really work out hiring someone to run another printer. It's basically just me, or someone else running the laminator when I'm out doing other things. The printer we use has an 8 card capacity (for cardstock). It's a great printer but it's a little old. I'm looking at a model which is about $200 and has a 30 card capacity. I'm drooling. A couple of those and an A3 laminator (because it can handle 3 cards at a time; A4 models can handle just two) would really kick us into high gear. I suspect that as our flashcard business grows we will also get more orders for textbooks as well. I am very excited at where this can go. We will see what happens. My god. I'm just thinking what I could do with some real office space (2 or 3 rooms). Storage space! If we could do some bulk orders we could probably cut our cost per card by another few cents. Pre-printing sets and books. I already found a better source for precut lamination pockets but i'm concerned about their supply. Will they be able to order more once we buy them out. I'm telling you this because I want to share with you my hope and excitement for this company. We will see how it works out over time.