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Harbour (HRB) - Dead Coins

Harbour (HRB)

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


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing ICO Fail or Short Lived.
  • Started 2017, Ended 2017.
  • Social media ended 2017.
  • Trading ticker (HRB).
  • 650,000 Tokens total.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is down.
  • The Founder/SEO is Dean Eigenmann.

Further Details


Failed ICO, Website down and no social media.


https://web.archive.org/web/20170723005803/https://harbour.tokenate.io/ https://twitter.com/HarbourDao


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I don't feel like reading the White Paper,
What do you guys do?

Harbour is a community-governed, Ethereum-based DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) for managing and holding token assets by harnessing the wisdom of the crowd. All decisions are taken by the users and any generated Ethereum is distributed back to the token holders in a quarterly basis.

We are the smartest, safest, and most convenient way to get involved in the blockchain ecosystem.

Growing potential

Blockchain is not a concept, it is a reality. It is changing the way we live, work and play. We are only at the beginning stages. The next years will see an incredible amount of growth in this space as we go further along in this collective journey. There is no doubt surrounding the overall growth potential of this market.

Some will win and some will lose, but with Harbour, you are on the best possible ship to find your way to value, and to weather any storm.

What does the HRB token do?

Each HRB token you hold gives you one vote in the DAO. Tokenholders vote on what tokens the DAO should acquire, and how many of each. Finally, tokenholders also have the power to create and vote on proposals that change the way Harbour itself works. On a quarterly basis, 75% of the surplus ETH will be distributed to tokenholders, and 25% will go back into the DAO's holdings. (These percentages can be changed democratically by the tokenholders.)