Omicron (OMC)

Omicron (OMC)


Main reasons for dead coin listing – Low Volume/No Updates/No Social/Limited Exchanges.

  • Started 2016, still trading with very low volume.
  • Social media deleted.
  • Trading ticker (OMC).
  • 10 million of coins total.
  • Available to trade on YoBit.
  • Was built on a stand alone blockchain.
  • The website is down.
  • The Founder/CEO is Unknown.
  • Volume under $100 (24 Hour).

Omicron was founded in 2016 and is still trading with very low volume. Was added to the dead coins list due to the fact its ranked below 1000, website down, no updates and social. The Founder/CEO is Unknown.

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(delta investments 2017)

Omicron (OMC) is a digital currency that serves as a virtual duo-interest-generating asset. For the initial interest-generating feature, coins are minted through a hard-coded blockchain functionality known as Proof-of-Stake. This enables coins to generate a set interest per year, compounding daily. In the case of Omicron, the annual inflation rate is set at 5%.

For the second interest-generating feature, revenue in the form of Bitcoin is distributed to wallets holding a minimum of 10,000 OMC, on a biweekly basis. The revenue percentage is variable, and is generated through various altcoin trading processes as well as loan interest. Investors will be required to submit their BTC address associated with their OMC address, which can be done at any time through this website or Bitcointalk, and soon through the wallet itself. The Investment Fund will be funded through an IAO where the entirety of the OMC supply will be distributed.

Screenshot from old site