Main reasons for dead coin listing – Failed ICO

  • Started 2017, Ended 2017.
  • Social stopped 2017.
  • Trading ticker (DF?).
  • 315 million tokens total?.
  • Not available to trade.
  • Was built on the Ethereum blockchain.
  • ICO Website page down.
  • The Founder/CEO is Dr Mark Hon and John Fearon.

Dropfoods ICO was founded in 2017 and is not trading on any exchanges. Was added to the dead coins list due to the fact it did not get the funding. The Founder/CEO is Dr Mark Hon and John Fearon.

Copy paste from old site (archived)

(dropfoods com/en/icos 2017)



Dropfood’s visions to provide free cross border transactions and trade unhampered by exchange controls and currency fluctuations

Dropfoods aims to be Asia/SE Asia’s largest network of cross-border crypto-atm. We have commissioned mechatronics team to build our own atm prototype.

Southeast Asia represents +600 million people and only 27% of this population has a bank account where our desideratum is to break the barrier between ‘real world’ and the digital world.


Recording Finacial Transaction

The Dropcoins will be used in recording the underlying finance transactions that happen on the platform. The coins will be limited therefore over time we believe that they will become more sought after with more transactions on the platform.

Can be converted into government issued fiat currency

The coins can be converted into government issued fiat currency on the app and be used to make purchases on the vending machines and through app. This conversion will use the aftermarket coin value exchange rate to set the value of this conversion.

Screenshot from the old website (archived)


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