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Menlo One (ONE)

Menlo One was founded in 2018, it is trading on limited exchanges. Menlo One was added to the dead coins list due to being Abandoned or No Volume. Founder/CEO is Matthew Nolan.


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing Abandoned or No Volume.
  • Started 2018, Ended 2020.
  • Social media ended 2020.
  • Trading ticker (ONE).
  • 1,000,000,000 Tokens total.
  • Available to trade on limited exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is still up.
  • The Founder/SEO is Matthew Nolan.

Further Details


Abandoned coin.



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Introducing TownHall: The Infrastructure for Social, Sophisticated Token Sales

Investing in startups is an inherently social activity. Menlo One is a decentralized network which adds a layer of social, communication, and automation features to blockchain investing.

Dear Token Buyers,

It's time for blockchain investors to have the same tools and social infrastructure as off-chain investors. Think of Menlo One as the Sand Hill Road of crypto.

Social Investing

Investing is inherently social. Organize a decentralized autonomous investor syndicate. Co-Invest with a massive global group, or your closest friends.

Early Access to Deals

We make it easy for companies to give you access to pre-sales and early contributor discounts.

Automated Buys

With one click you can set Menlo One to buy tokens the moment the sale opens. You'll never miss another hot token sale again.

Dear Startups,

Finding investors isn't cheap or easy. Many companies have to raise millions to launch a token sale. Menlo One lets you directly reach investors.

Meet Investors

Menlo One lets you directly message investors. Investors post a price to read your message, and you pay them for their attention. Entrepreneurs spend 1/3 of their time fund raising. We think your time is better spent building your company.

Secure Token Sales

Millions have been stolen by hackers by tricking investors to send crypto to them in a token sale. Menlo One lets you safely send your token sale address directly to investors, cutting out opportunities for phishing attacks.

Fundamentally Decentralized

Menlo One is built on a database which is distributed among users, not hosted on a single central server. Users get paid in Menlo Token to host the database. We have the security guarantees of a public blockchain, with the performance of a centralized database.