ReceiptCoin (RC)

ReceiptCoin (RC)


Main reasons for dead coin listing – Failed ICO

  • Started 2017, Ended 2018.
  • Social stopped early 2018.
  • Trading ticker (RC).
  • Unknown tokens total.
  • Not available to trade.
  • Was built on the Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website up but changed branding.
  • The Founder/CEO is Spencer Sims.

ReceiptCoin ICO was founded in 2017 and is not trading on any exchanges. Was added to the dead coins list due to the fact they did not reach the required soft cap and social deleted. The Founder/CEO is Spencer Sims.

The Website and social has been rebranded to ReceiptChain, facebook has been closed down and twitter as under 10 followers. This ICO had close to 0 traction, unlikly ReceiptChain will be any different.

Copy paste from old site (archived)

(receiptcoin io 2017)

What can ReciptCoin do

Save time

Every time we sell a product the images, description and meta data for that product are lost forever. With our files and products the data survives. This means less photoshoots, looking for lost manuals, and trying to write catchy descriptions for selling your stuff. This data travels with the product from customer to customer forever.

Use it!

ReceiptCoin is a series of products and services. First you have the interface for business allowing your company to create personal receipts and display them to your customers either in your app or ours. ReceiptCoin is also making an app for you to trade, sell, and lend your own items using your convenient receipt files to keep track of everything.

Learn it

ReceiptCoin helps consumers and businesses create digital assets that survive sale and trading. These assets represent the digital identity of an object and can be used interoperably between parties or internally to track and accumulate historical records of objects such as location and owner.

What else?

Finally our ReceiptChain app will allow you to document anything you would like to keep safe or notarize on the blockchain. Prove you wrote it first. Upload a contract or save encrypted data someplace you’ll never have to back it up.

Screenshot from the old website (archived)

Nothing to show.