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ChainTrade (CTC)

ChainTrade was founded in 2017, it is not trading on any exchanges. ChainTrade was added to the dead coins list due to being Scam or Other Issues. Founder/CEO is Vincent Jacques.


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing Scam or Other Issues.
  • Started 2017, Ended 2018.
  • Social media ended 2018.
  • Trading ticker (CTC).
  • 225,000,000 Tokens total.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is down.
  • The Founder/SEO is Vincent Jacques.

Further Details


ICO Scam and Website down.



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The First Blockchain-based Platform To Trade Food and Raw Materials

The ChainTrade revolution

Moving 2 trillion USD of annual trade to the blockchain

ChainTrade will move the exchanges of futures and options on food and raw materials (commodity derivatives) to a decentralized blockchain, allowing anyone to participate – small and big players. Fees to traders, buyers and sellers will decrease dramatically. Smart Contracts will replace traditional contracts and cut intermediaries.


ChainTrade is a Singaporean startup part of the Blue Tiger group, a fast growing company founded in 2009 and now counting 90 employees in 6 countries.

Our activities are profitable and include Artificial Intelligence, Retail, Enterprise software, and Financial software.


  • 90 employees
  • $9m received in equity funding
  • Offices in 6 countries
  • 11 different nationalities

Our Vision

Making food and raw materials trading accessible to anyone, anywhere, without barriers

A Decentralized, Robust Infrastructure

Stakeholders called Insurers will cover against counterparty risk

Anyone will be able to create Smart Contracts, e.g. a contract for delivery of 100,000 bushels of soybeans in August 2018. If Trader A wants to buy a piece of that Smart Contract, he will do so by matching the price offered by Trader B who wants to sell the same contract. Prior to that, Trader A and Trader B have made an agreement with Insurer A and Insurer B respectively. In case either Trader A or Trader B fails to deliver what they promised, their Insurer will deliver for them.