Upcoming ICO: Introducing EndChain

EndChain will, on December 1, launch the public round of its highly-anticipated ICO (inital coin offering), during which it hopes to raise as much as $13 million.

Upcoming ICO: Introducing EndChain

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A token needs a thriving marketplace to be successful.

Tokens that are not being utilized serve no purpose to investors.

Additionally, tokens that do not have a consistent steam of buyers creates unstable prices.

This is why EndChain has focused on ensuring a lively market by engaging companies to purchase EndChain tokens.

By using our tokens, companies can receive a discount on our qr codes, big data and smart contracts.

EndChain ICO

What is EndChain?

EndChain is a patent-pending blockchain utility company that is focused on bringing mass adoption of blockchain tracking to all markets.

Their patent-pending QR and barcode combination allows EndChain to have 2 distinct advantages in this market: integration and price.

Existing logistics companies and manufacturers see the benefit in blockchain tracking, but are hesitant to revamp multi-million dollar systems.

EndChain allows corporations to easily extract both the generic barcode data and the item-specific blockchain QR code data at the same time.

As EndChain's program will be running in the background of existing systems, their combination code will be easily identified by their program and the generic data will be entered into legacy systems for traditional logistics and manufacturers.

Simultaneously, the blockchain will be updated with the item-specific blockchain data.

What EndChain says

Endchain is a utility token that changes the way logistics are handled across industries in a cost-savy way.

EndChain aims to cover each sector of the supply chain, including the second hand market. Our product will be affordable, allowing even every day goods to be tracked on the blockchain.

Additional functions for communications among the supply chain & allowing to set up subchains, further enhances the relevance of the product for the supply chain.

For more info on the EndChain project, please refer to the whitepaper

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