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EtherInc (ETI) - Dead Coins

EtherInc (ETI)

EtherInc was founded in 2018, it is trading on limited exchanges. EtherInc was added to the dead coins list due to being Abandoned or No Volume. Founder/CEO is Tarun Malik.

Summary

  • Main reasons for dead coin listing Abandoned or No Volume.
  • Started 2018, Ended 2019.
  • Social media ended 2019.
  • Trading ticker (ETI).
  • 200,000,000 Tokens total.
  • Available to trade on limited exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is down.
  • The Founder/SEO is Tarun Malik.

Further Details

Notes

ICO Scam and Website down.

Links

http://web.archive.org/web/20180813015729/https://einc.io/ https://twitter.com/eIncHQ

Screenshot

Screenshot Archived:

COPY PASTE FROM OLD WEBSITE

eInc Organization is a smart contract with predefined protocol (eInc protocol) and running on EtherInc blockchain, every eInc has a unique name and will be maintained by eIncNS (eInc organizations name service) smart contract.

Create eInc Organizations

ETI coin can be used to deploy eInc organization on EtherInc blockchain, eIncNS for registry of eInc organizations

Create Proposals

ETI coin can be used to create proposals like "Issue Shares, Appoint CEO and others" for eInc organization on EtherInc blockchain

Vote on Proposals

ETI coin can be used to vote on proposals / execute proposals for eInc organization on EtherInc blockchain

Pay Salary

ETI coin can be used to pay salary by creating "Salary/Payment" proposal and pass that proposal in order to pay salary

Creating, managing and operating an organization can be needlessly complicated with lengthy paperwork, bank visits, legal complexities, numerous fees and unnecessary intermediaries and third parties imposing artificial restrictions.

 

We built einc to empower teams around the globe to create, manage and operate decentralised democratic organizations that are more resilient and trusted, enabling efficient creation of value without borders, restrictions and costly intermediaries.

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