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Dead Coins

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Dead Coins Definition

What are Dead Coins?

Dead Coins refer to cryptocurrencies that have been abandoned, used as scam, their website is down, has no nodes, has wallet issues, doesn't have social updates, has low volume or developers have walked away from the project.

Any unknown information sent to us on the dead cryptocurrencies could have a bounty up to 0.01 ETH, things like linked projects and developers. Only with some proof and stuff that is not readily available with a common google or way back search.

Dead Coins Types

If you are a developer of one of the coins or and have a issue, just contact us below. We are a small team doing our best. It is easy to hate, but this has been a very hard list to make and to try be fair with the listings of coins.

What are ICO Dead Coins?

ICO Dead Coins

Definition: Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) are the high risk/high reward place to invest with over 60% ending up dead coins before they even get a exchange or to the first birthday.

What are Joke Dead Coins?

Joke Dead Coins

Definition: An accurate guess is that over 90-95% of jokes coins end up dead, so before you invest in a joke coins make sure it is not a joke. If it is a joke at least make sure it has some top developers.

What are ScamDead Coins?

Scam Dead Coins

Definition: Lots of dead coins are scams. The information linked above points out some of the ways that people have been scammed and what to look out for when buying to a coin.

What are Abandoned Dead Coins?

Abandoned Dead Coins

Definition: Dead Coins are the most common, this is for a number of reasons. If a coin or token has little information on why it died, it falls into the default abandoned classification.


Instant dead coin listing

  • Ranked below 1000* for over 3 months.
  • Volume under $1000 USD for 3 months.
  • Website dead and no trace of updates.
  • No nodes or other similar problems.

Possible dead coin listings

  • Scamming in the top 1000*.
  • Low volume in the top 1000*.
  • No updates and neglect.
  • less than 3 exchange listings.
  • Related to past scams.
  • Wallet issues.
  • Premine.

How to get a coin on the list?

How to get a coin on the list?

  • Contact us.
  • Comment on this page.
  • Wait and we will get it sooner or later :).

How to get off the list?

How to get off the list?

  • Contact us (we not 100% accurate).
  • Have a active coin in the top 1000*.
  • Update your social media and website.

Why do some of the coins on the list say current?

Why do some of the coins on the list say current?

This is because they can sometimes still be traded, it is not advised to trade these coins. Because they have very large risks, very little development and low liquidity, talking volume under $1000 per day! and a market cap in the thousands.

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