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Geens (GEE)

Geens was founded in 2017, it is not trading on any exchanges. Geens was added to the dead coins list due to being ICO Fail or Short Lived. Founder/CEO is Jaak Geens.


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing ICO Fail or Short Lived.
  • Started 2017, Ended 2018.
  • Social media ended 2018.
  • Trading ticker (GEE).
  • 67,000,000 Tokens total.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is down.
  • The Founder/SEO is Jaak Geens.

Further Details


Failed ICO and Website down.



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What is Geens?

Encrypted document storage

Private document storage is the backbone of Geens platform. It can be compared to Dropbox or Google Drive, but Geens has a higher level of privacy.

Because of the end-to-end encryption, the unencrypted data never leaves users device. It is first encrypted on the users side and only then is sent to Geens servers.

High security standards guarantee that even in the worst case scenario, there are practically no chances to decrypt and steal Geens users data. More about this in our FAQ.

Geens is user friendly, intuitive and simple. Using the floating cards interface, users can work with their documents directly on Geens. They can also securely share files.

Geens is GDPR compliant.

Blockchain timestamping services

Geens encrypted document storage is connected to the Ethereum blockchain. The blockchain as a technology is immutable and incorruptible.

Geens users can timestamp their documents on the blockchain without revealing their documents content or their own identities.

Typical use cases of document timestamping: to
protect copyrights, unique ideas or patents, to prove that the document was signed prior to a specific date, to acknowledge ownership, for virtual IDs and so on. Blockchain timestamps can be used as legal evidences in courts around the globe.

Some Geens users timestamp their files while other users work as legal assistants, consultants or validators and receive GEE tokens in return for their services.


2017 Q3 - Stable E2E encrypted document storage

2017 Q3 - Timestamping proof of concept

2017 Q4 - Token Sale

2017 Q4 - Platform scaling, security hardening

2018 Q2 - Advanced timestamping services

2018 Q4 - GEE Economy v.1

2018 Q4 - Mobile applications (Android, iOS)

2019 Q2 - Data marketplace

2019 Q3 - Desktop applications (Windows, Mac)

2019 Q4 - Open source

2020 Q2 - Public APIs

2020 Q4 - Geens ecosystem