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Halcyon (HAL) - Dead Coins

Halcyon (HAL)

Halcyon was founded in 2014, it is trading on limited exchanges. Halcyon was added to the dead coins list due to being Abandoned or No Volume. Founder/CEO is Unknown.


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing Abandoned or No Volume.
  • Started 2014, Ended 2020.
  • Social media ended 2020.
  • Trading ticker (HAL).
  • 1,620,000 Coins total.
  • Available to trade on limited exchanges.
  • Was built on standalone blockchain.
  • Website is still up.
  • The Founder/SEO is Unknown.

Further Details



https://web.archive.org/web/20160923220436/http://halcyon.top/ http://halcyon.top/ https://twitter.com/halcyondev https://www.facebook.com/Halcoin


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Halcyon Coin is a decentralized digital currency, launching August 16th 2014 with a Proof of Work (PoW) period lasting approximately 9 days.  Halcyon was developed so the PoW period would run simulataneously with the Proof of Stake phase (PoS), which eventually took over the blockchain as a means to confirm transactions.  Halcyon was launched with no Premine or IPO.  Stake holders are rewarded for holding their coins, at a rate of 9% annually.  This rate also compounds on itself, and the staker is rewarded transaction fees as an extra incentive.  Halcyon users with wallet balances greater than 2000 coins will soon be able to participate as masternodes, which will provide another source of residual income.  There were a total of 1.62 million coins produced by the end of the PoW phase.  The x15 algorithm was chosen so as to give individuals the best chance to acquire coins, with the least amount of multipool and asic interference.

Halcyon is a world pioneer in true anonymous peer-to-peer digital currency.  With the announcement of PeerSend on September 9th, users are now able to send coins to anyone they please, with no central service doing the mixing.  This technology was developed and tested well before launch, so the community would not have to wait months on a promise.  Dan Metcalf of XDCoin has reviewed the code for Halcyon, to make sure there was no malicious areas that could be exploited further on, something that has been prominent lately in the industry.  Dan has also reviewed the PeerSend code.

While all of this work was happening in the background, prominent exchanges listed Halcyon and it was an instant hit. Core functionality was being produced and released almost daily, following the release of the development roadmap.  So far the track record for meeting deadlines has been positive.