Main reasons for dead coin listing – Failed ICO
- Started 2017, Ended 2017.
- Social stopped/deleted 2017.
- Trading ticker (DFBT).
- 100 million tokens max.
- Not available to trade.
- Was built on the Ethereum blockchain.
- Website down.
- The Founder/CEO is Sergey Safronov.
Dentalfix ICO was founded in 2017 and is not trading on any exchanges. Was added to the dead coins list due to the fact they did not reach the required soft cap and closed down. The Founder/CEO is Sergey Safronov.
Copy paste from old site (archived)
(che-ss com/dentalfix-ico/ 2017)
1. Disintermediation & trustless exchange
Two parties are able to make an exchange without the oversight or intermediation of a third party, strongly reducing or even eliminating counterparty risk
2. Empowered users
Users are in control of all their information and transactions
3. High quality data
Blockchain data is complete, consistent, timely, accurate, and widely available
4. Durability, reliability, and longevity
Due to the decentralized networks, blockchain does not have a central point of failure and is better able to withstand malicious attacks
5. Process integrity
Users can trust that transactions will be executed exactly as the protocol commands removing the need for a trusted third party
6. Transparency and immutability
Changes to public blockchains are publicly viewable by all parties creating transparency, and all transactions are immutable, meaning they cannot be altered or deleted
7. Ecosystem simplification
With all transactions being added to a single public ledger, it reduces the clutter and complications of multiple ledgers
8. Faster transactions
Interbank transactions can potentially take days for clearing and final settlement, especially outside of working hours. Blockchain transactions can reduce transaction times to minutes and are processed 24/7
9. Lower transaction costs
By eliminating third party intermediaries and overhead costs for exchanging assets, blockchains have the potential to greatly reduce transaction fees
Screenshot from the old website (archived)