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Starmine (SME)

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


  • Main reasons for dead coin listing ICO Fail or Short Lived.
  • Started 2017, Ended 2018.
  • Social media ended 2018.
  • Trading ticker (SME).
  • 2,000,000,000 Tokens total.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is down.
  • The Founder/SEO is Kasian Franks.

Further Details


Failed ICO, Website down and no social media.



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Starmine is a robust and highly scalable platform for constructing, trading and exchanging advanced algorithmically generated on-demand datasets for Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) efforts. Datasets remain at the core of most advances in ML and Al. A dataset is typically made up of rows and columns, similar to an organized matrix or spreadsheet. Specifically, columns contain features along with continuously valued attributes or scores. These features and their scored attributes are stored as 'supercolumns' and can be automatically engineered, traded or exchanged by machines without human intervention. This can also be done with full anonymity using Starmine tokens to execute and transact smart contracts where each dataset or each individual feature column in any dataset can be treated as a tradable asset which is transacted and executed via smart contracts on the blockchain.

A commercial example of a Starmine built dataset with supercolumns can be found at Google's data science community, Kaggle. Starmine supercolumns and datasets are currently being built and transacted by a variety of institutions in the Financial and Cryptocurrency markets including hedge funds, data vendors and Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) providers supported by Starmine’s engineering community where Starmine tokens will be used to transact on-demand updated real-time datasets and supercolumns. The Starmine platform is currently being extended to service ML and AI efforts in additional industries such as Life Sciences/Pharmaceutical, Food, Energy, Travel, Automotive, Entertainment, Advertising etc.

Advanced on-demand datasets powering Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence efforts are ready to change the world of commerce and society in a large way. This is exemplified in what Stanford professor and Google Cloud chief scientist observed in a recent article titled "The data that transformed AI research—and possibly the world" :