E-Coin (ECN)

E-Coin (ECN)


Main reasons for dead coin listing – Limited Exchanges/No Social/Website Down.

  • Started 2017, Ended 2018.
  • No social media since late 2017.
  • Trading ticker (ECN).
  • 213 Million coins total.
  • Only available to trade on YoBit.
  • Was built on stand alone blockchain.
  • Website down.
  • The Founder/CEO is possibly Mark Cathey.
  • Other Team are Tom Reutzel and Jin Woo.
  • Very low volume under $100 (24hour)

E-Coin was founded in 2017 and is trading on limited exchanges. Was added to the dead coins list due to the fact its ranked below 1000, website down, no updates and social since 2017. The Founder/CEO is possibly Mark Cathey.

Copy paste from old site (archived)

E-coin is a Compulsive and wide-ranging Blockchain Project, scheduled to acquire a way for making future’s financial Transactions better for the HR/Manufacture/recruitment/finance etc industries in a similar way to how BTC has made an evolution. Creating a platform for the businesses and end users where all businesses can deal with directly to the other businesses or to end users by removing the mediator channel and its cost by providing E-coin X platform. It will reduce the costs, and create the Environment for safe and fast Transactions by directly allowing them to deal with each other, It will create B2B and B2C environment by peer-to-peer Transactions by using E-coin crypto currency.

At E-coin, we have committed to improve the status of the traditional financial system by bringing the alternative. This alternative is a new generation of Time-based currencies utilising the latest developments in blockchain technology. Despite soaring interest in distributed ledger technology, there are currently very few blockchain apps poised for mainstream market adoption. E-coin has been designed by a group of professionals with over 120 years of combined recruitment experience, in consultation with experts who can create the software to leverage blockchain technology to solve real-world business problems.

Screenshot from the old website (archived)