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Bismuth (BIS)

Bismuth was founded in 2017, it is trading on limited exchanges. Bismuth was added to the dead coins list due to being Abandoned or No Volume. Founder/CEO is Jan Kučera.


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing Low Volume.
  • Started 2017
  • Social media active.
  • Trading ticker (BIS).
  • 29,450,687
  • Available to trade on limited exchanges.
  • Was built on standalone blockchain.
  • Website is still up. (New Domain)
  • The Founder/CEO is Jan Kučera

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Low volume



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Imagine a world where your systems are available for everyone, all the time. The world with automatic infrastructure maintenance, a cloud platform distributed not in a few data centers, but all over the planet. With robustness and flexibility so unprecedented that we need to look outside the realm of human effort to find adequate equivalents. Thanks to the smart implementation of the custom blockchain technology, Bismuth turns this dream into reality today.


Security challenge of the permanent global availability is handled with the industry standard cryptographic signature technology, making sure authorship of your data is never compromised. Private data can be stored with encryption, making it a perfect choice for both public and private purposes. Apart from this, the Bismuth foundation also offers individual blockchain options for customers who chose to reside with exclusively owned data.


Inception of Bismuth was preceded by a long research of the forerunning technologies like Bitcoin, NXT or Ethereum. The issue these systems had in common was the lacking integration with outside applications and complicated mechanisms for import of such applications to the blockchain itself. Unlike the predecessors, Bismuth offers multiple levels of access - though network, direct database access, and the OpenField™ decentralized application layer, all of them in a very straighforward manner.


Customers often ask how it is possible to sustain a network large enough to serve all their services 24/7. The answer lies within the Blockchain protocol itself and it's innate symbiosis of users and providers. Through incentivization, commonly referred to as mining, every user is rewarded for propagating data using the official client. As the number of the users rises, so does the competition amongst them for the reward, which improves the overall quality.