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AchieveCoin (ACH) - Dead Coins

AchieveCoin (ACH)

AchieveCoin was founded in 2018, it is not trading on any exchanges. AchieveCoin was added to the dead coins list due to being ICO Fail or Short Lived. Founder/CEO is Unknown.


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing ICO Fail or Short Lived.
  • Started 2018, Ended 2019.
  • Social media ended 2019.
  • Trading ticker (ACH).
  • Total coins unknown.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on standalone blockchain.
  • Website is still up.
  • The Founder/SEO is Unknown.

Further Details


Failed ICO.



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1. What is AchieveCoin ⨺

Fairness in trading requires a truly decentralized currency. AchieveCoin, currency symbol ⨺, trading symbol ACH, is an open-source cryptocurrency derived from Bitcoin Gold. Just like Bitcoin, there is no central authority to issue or regulate AchieveCoin. AchieveCoin further the decentralize characteristic by using memory-intensive mining process. AchieveCoin’s blockchain starts from number zero, which makes mining possible again for individuals, just like Bitcoin ten years ago.

Welcome to

This is a community supported organization for the development of AchieveCoin. The goal is to solve three big problems, detailed below, as quickly as possible. Our spirit is to continue the innovations of cryptocurrency for the benefit of all humanity.


  1. Make cryptocurrency decentralized by using Equihash and starting the blockchain from 0
  2. Invent a true public domain Radial Code Standard as alternative to QR Code and Barcode
  3. Develop scrip/gift card products to make AchieveCoin and other cryptocurrencies easier to access on existing retail distribution networks around the world

2. What is Radial Code ❄

Both QRCode and Barcode are patented and owned by private entities . Each cryptocurrency address is a long unique string of numbers and letters between 27 and 34 characters. QR Code represents the address in machine-readable manner at point-of-sale systems. A subdivision of Toyota company created QR Code in 1994, who holds number of patents for QR code. A better and fully public domain owned code which supports more data could open new doors for adoption of the currency and other technologies. Analogy: Traditional AM radio signal carries information in the amplitude, FM radio in frequency. What if we encode the information in polarization direction, it could contain multitude amount of data in the same 3D space. Nature has already figured it out. For example, no two snowflakes are alike. Tiny "snowflakes" are more than enough to hold all cryptocurrency addresses in the world.

3. Doing business with or without smartphone