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NotaryChain

NotaryChain (NOTC)

Last update of this project: 19.10.2018

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SUMMARY

Type: ICO
Category: Legal
Verified team: No
Whitelist of investors: No
KYC of investors: No
Goal of funding (Soft cap): 30 000 000 USD
Goal of funding (Hard cap): 5 000 000 USD
Tokens for sale: 500 000 000 NOTC
Token price: 1 NOTC = 0.12 USD
Minimum purchase: 0.10 USD
Airdrop program: No
Bounty program: No
Have escrow agent: No
Have working prototype: No
White paper: Open
Currencies: NOTC
Platform: Ethereum
Token type: ERC20
Location: India
Restricted areas: China, United States of America
Website: http://www.notarytoken.io
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DESCRIPTION

NotaryChain starts with the pain point where the current certificate is issued and validated, using the online transaction of block chain to reduce the time and manpower cost of the traditional certification mechanism, and to ensure the authenticity of the certificate by using the tamper-proof of the block chain information, and to provide the targeted extension service for the users by using the Intelligent contract technology in the block chain.

FUNDING INFORMATION

Start time
2018 Oct 31th
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2018 Dec 31th
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Percentage of completion
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