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Galleon (GLN)

Galleon was founded in 2014, it is not trading on any exchanges. Galleon was added to the dead coins list due to being Abandoned or No Volume. Founder/CEO is Lee Spence.


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing Abandoned or No Volume.
  • Started 2014, Ended 2016.
  • Social media ended 2019.
  • Trading ticker (GLN).
  • 400,000,000 Coins total.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on standalone blockchain.
  • Website is down.
  • The Founder/SEO is Lee Spence.

Further Details


Abandoned coin and Website down.



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Galleon Quest Advantages

Galleon Quest's projects will be implemented by an expert team of marine archeologists with the total over 120 years of experience in the underwater recovery industry


Galleon Quest’s position and function in any partnership will be resolute that only the very latest and proven technologies will be utilized on any given wreck site.


Selection of projects will be based on both historical research and scientific underwater survey of previously located shipwrecks.


Galleon Quest only partners with entities that have all the necessary permits and rights in order.


Galleon Quest plans to direct up to 20% of recovered assets to buying back some SEA Coins from coinholders, thus eliminating these coins from the market, lifting the value of each SEA Coin.


Galleon Quest presently has rights to potentially lucrative and proven wreck sites.


A Market Unlike Anything On Earth

Recently, it was announced that a private investment group was backing the recovery of the San Jose, a historic treasure laden wreck off the coast of Columbia. The on-board treasure included in its documented cargo in the form of gold, silver and precious gems is estimated to be between $4 billion and $17 billion, making the San José potentially the most valuable shipwreck in the Western Hemisphere.

For three hundred years, the Spanish and others, pillaged the New World of its treasure, shipping the riches in thousands of ships over time back to Europe for the enjoyment and funding of those who never earned any of it. Along the way, an estimated one out of ten never made it home. The estimates of the lost treasure from these ships in the Caribbean and off the coast of Florida alone is conservatively placed at $60 billion or more. The number of shipwrecks that have been found and harvested for their holds are significantly less than those that are still out there. The most obvious and predictable sites we will target are those with historical records attached, prior finds made, clear legal and permitting available and most importantly, a partner on the site that we want to be in business with. While we could find these opportunities outside of U.S. waters, we are seeking the predictability of being within U.S. waters which lends to our ability to safeguard our investment and control over the operation decisions.