Main reasons for dead coin listing – Failed ICO
- Started 2017, Ended 2018.
- Social stopped early 2018.
- Trading ticker (VPY).
- 150 million tokens total.
- Not available to trade.
- Was built on the Ethereum blockchain.
- Website down.
- The Founder/CEO is Unknown.
VanillaPlay ICO 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 needed and social stopped. The Founder/CEO is unknown.
Not sure if any money invest was returned.
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(vanillaplay io 2017)
Analysis undergone by BBC journalists place the industry size at US $2-3 billion in 2016 alone and based on the Alexa.com intelligence, the major video chat sites keep on growing in terms of traffic and usage. The issue is that it’s mostly the large ones that are getting larger. Even with the franchising system in place, the industry slowly concentrates around a couple of very powerful players. All this, while models are only getting 50% or less of the revenue.
Advantages at a glance:
VanillaPlay eliminates the 50% fee, increases models’ revenue to 70% and splits the remaining 30% between streaming relayers, affiliates and developers.
Anyone is able to join the VanillaPlay network not only as a model but also as a streaming relayer or affiliate and website owner.
Direct, fast and secure payments: money will go directly to models via smart contracts without passing through any centralized payment system. Money is transferred as you go without the need to meet any threshold.
No more access restrictions: decentralized video streaming via tens of thousands of relayers will make censorship virtually impossible for any authority.
VanillaPlay is an ecosystem that is built to support fair-trading for models while complying with all the industry’s regulations.
Decentralization allows VanillaPlay to offer a hassle-free alternative to all: models, relayers and affiliates.
VanillaPlay is not a conventional business; it is an ecosystem that offers gains for all parties involved.
Screenshot from the old website (archived)