Main reasons for dead coin listing – Failed ICO
- Started 2017, Ended 2017.
- Social stopped 2017
- Trading ticker (PIN).
- Around 5 million tokens total max?
- Not available to trade.
- Was built on the Ethereum blockchain.
- Website down.
- The Founder/CEO is Unknown.
Ninth Wonder was founded in 2017 and is not trading on any exchanges. Was added to the dead coins list due to the fact it did not get the funding it required to reach its soft cap and ended. The Founder/CEO is unknown.
Copy paste from old site (archived)
(ninthwonder world 2017)
At Ninth Wonder, we believe that we are only 1% of the way to how technology will transform our lives and businesses. The foundation of acceleration for the next 99% will be coming into place with the combination of the Ethereum blockchain technology, increased connectivity and transparency, and machine learning based on blockchain data. We believe this combination of transformational technology will challenge each of us to reimagine the border between physical and virtual world, resulting in new and innovative approaches to make our world a better place.
In a report produced by WTTC in conjunction with Oxford Economics on the $7.6 trillion Travel & Tourism industry, gifts and souvenirs are becoming both a personal and environmental burden to consumers. Inspired by the report and the unbounded potential of the Ethereum community, Ninth Wonder aspired to tackle the problem by utilizing the Ethereum blockchain to reinvent souvenirs and building a comprehensive ecosystem for travel enthusiasts in the digital generation.
At product launch, Ninth Wonder will consolidate the current scattered travel app market by combining features of a seamless token conversion system supported by the ERC20 Token Standard, an automated virtual store managed by Ethereum Smart Contracts, and a multi-segment decentralized data storage system with cryptographic encryption for personal data to provide the best user experience to travel enthusiasts.
Screenshot from the old website (archived)