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OCash (OCS)

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


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing ICO Fail or Short Lived.
  • Started 2017, Ended 2017.
  • Social media ended 2017.
  • Trading ticker (OCS).
  • Total tokens unknown.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is down.
  • The Founder/SEO is Unknown.

Further Details


Failed ICO, Website down and no social media.




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OpenLedger ApS has announced its groundbreaking token launch for OCASH, the first all-in-one payments card. OCASH will launch its new token, called OCASH (OCS), on October 15, 2017. The new website, www.ocash.io, will launch imminently.

OCASH brings the international card payments system to the OpenLedger network, allowing token holders to use Stablecoins (SmartCoins) including bitUSD, bitEUR, bitGBP, and Rubles - plus other OpenLedger tokens such as OBITS, BTC and ETH - to purchase items anywhere that accept international payment cards.

OCASH holders will benefit from the many usage options offered in the form of monthly or quarterly sharedrops in bitUSD.

"We are witnessing the birth of the biggest shake up in financial history with the introduction of our crypto-ready payments card, allowing instant withdrawal and POS payments", said Ronny Boesing, creator of the OCASH concept and Founder of OpenLedger.

"The option to pay and withdraw any kind of crypto, anywhere and anytime, instantly from your payment card, is groundbreaking. Furthermore, the ability to manage transactions in your browser-based web wallet, and with no need for a bank account, is what will make crypto accessible, overnight and worldwide. Naturally, this will allow OpenLedger to stand strong as a platform, continue to innovate, and above all, give the 2 billion population who are unbanked an easy way to access an account and make transactions."

"OCASH international payment cards draw funds from the users' contract wallet which support SmartCoins, like bitUSD, and more than 20 other existing cryptocurrencies from the OpenLedger crypto gateway including BTC, ETH, OBITS and BitShares."

Aside from providing a solution for the expanding crypto-community, OCASH is uniquely equipped to improve upon the entire spectrum of regular debit card and banking services. Markets like international remittances and asset management are ripe for these innovations using OpenLedger and Graphene technologies, and OCASH is well-positioned to reach these new frontiers as a revolutionary financial solution. While initially providing current token holders with payment utility, the main vision of OCASH is to build a product that anyone can use as an 'all-in-one bank on the blockchain' solution, plus it is a great fit for the more than two billion unbanked people. With the accompanying OCASH app alongside the debit card, regular users will have a familiar platform to access and engage in the OpenLedger ecosystem.

"OCASH makes every token better, letting users spend supported tokens with just a swipe at merchants worldwide", stated Ronny Boesing. "It has unique benefits for the remittance market, and the OBITS token is designed to let all OBITS holders benefit from broad market exposure to the token economy. This is the first of its kind - a payment card making use of stablecoins for instant cash or POS payments and we are excited to finally launch this product."

The OCASH concept will be rolled out in two phases. Phase one will introduce the virtual card with its all-in-one banking solutions, mobile app, website with sign-up page and physical card, all within a 3 month period. Phase two will see the launch of an ICO, focusing on the marketing funds needed for maximum global exposure, using Phase one as the proof of work (POW), resulting in the introduction of a blockchain-instant interface approximately 1 to 2 months after the end of the ITO.