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Librium (EQL)

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


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing ICO Fail or Short Lived.
  • Started 2017, Ended 2018.
  • Social media ended 2018.
  • Trading ticker (EQL).
  • 1,000,000,000 Tokens total.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is down.
  • The Founder/SEO is Pierce Schiller.

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Failed ICO, Website down and no social media.



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What is Librium?

Librium (symbol: EQL) is a ERC20-compliant token based on the Ethereum blockchain technology. Librium EQL is the core asset in the new Librium Ecosystem. Users possessing Librium EQL can exchange it for digital services or physical goods.

What does Librium represent?

Librium EQL is an Ethereum-based token in the Librium rewards and service provider system. They are not refundable, nor are they securities or for speculation. There is no promise of future performance. There is no suggestion or promise that Librium EQL has or will hold a particular value. Librium EQL gives no rights in the company and do not represent participation in the company. Librium EQL is sold as a functional good. Any value received by the company may be spent without conditions. Librium Initial Coin Offering purchases are meant only for experts in cryptographic tokens and blockchain - based software systems. There is no guarantee that Librium or the Librium commission rewards and micro-payment platform will be successful and have any long-term value whatsoever.

What amount is being raised? What’s the cap of tokens? Will there be a follow-on offering?

We are targeting a raise of as much as $18 million USD and a cap of one billion Librium tokens. We do not plan to have a follow-on offering.

What crypto-currencies are accepted in the crowd-sale?

ETH will be accepted in the crowdsale. You will be required to have an Ethereum wallet pointed at the token/crowdsale address to participate in the crowdsale. Librium is an Ethereum derived token. If you hold BTC or another crypto-currency it can be exchanged for ETH via third-parties and used to participate in the crowdsale.

When will the crowdsale happen?

The public crowdsale will occur on December 8th 2017. The exact day will be dependent on finalizing the contract and completing the full audit, which may be changed by SparkCo at a later time. The contract will be made available on the SparkCo official public Github repository once it is finalized.

What is the price of Librium?

Librium will be sold at a fixed ratio to ETH. The goal is to raise up to $18 million USD equivalent in ETH for selling 1 Billion Librium Tokens, which will determine the exchange rate, and will be set immediately before deploying the contract.

How will the Librium Network through SparkCo use ETH raised during token launch?

The ETH received in the crowdsale will be used by SparkCo to improve our agent reward ecosystem, build out a micro-payment system, and onboard additional digital partners as explained in this document.

Is Librium transferable?

Crowdsale purchased Librium is transferable once the token sale event finishes. Librium can be transferred into the Librium Foundation Internal Ledger. Librium can be redeemed through the Librium Ecosystem for digital services and physical goods or traded with others. Librium EQL themselves have no inherent value and can only be redeemed at rates determined by SparkCo, which will use token exchange pricing to set rates.

Will​ SparkCo ​follow​ ​the whitepaper ​exactly​, ​following​ ​the​ ​token​ ​sale​ ​event?

At the date the whitepaper is published, SparkCo intends to follow through as described therein. However, it is impossible to predict the future, and changes in business strategy, the regulatory environment, technologies and other unforeseen circumstances may necessitate deviations from the described plan. SparkCo intends to faithfully follow through on execution of the business plan and Librium system but retains the right to deviate from this document as needed to succeed. This document should be considered a proposal.