Jarvis (JRT) Initial Coin Offering - ICO Details & Financial Information

ICO NameJarvis
SymbolJRT
Start DateMarch 01, 2019
End DateMarch 21, 2019
CountryBulgaria
PlatformEthereum
Ends
1 Month ago

When decentralized technologies are applied to personal finance they enable new features and deliver solutions that are not possible with traditional Fintech. Jarvis is designed to drive large scale adoption of these technologies by improving how users can manage their funds, trade, and invest.

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⚜️As some of you know, Jarvis team represented by Pascal and Stefani attended Paris Blockchain week. One of the hot topics of the conference was the recent Bill passed in France which allows insurance providers to invest in crypto and tokens.
Our highlights from the conference:

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The card supports all crypto assets available to buy and sell on the Coinbase platform, and customers can use them to pay for everyday purchases, such as a meal or booking tickets, according to the announcement.
https://t.co/t9rX7sTxOJ

Last year, company raised $21 million through an ICO. However, the 50 million tokens never made it to any exchange. The company outlined that it has run out of funds raised by the ICO and is now struggling to continue its day-to-day operations. https://t.co/DVyrwugAkE

The browser currently supports ether and other tokens using ethereum’s ERC-20 standard. Crypto collectibles minted under the ERC-721 standard, such as CryptoKitties, are also supported.
https://t.co/N2oHPdrOGI

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Price0.1000 USD Sale280,000,000 Payment ModeETH
Minimum InvestmentN/A Distribution70% RaisedN/A
Soft CapN/A Hard Cap21,000,000 USD

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