The Tierion ICO
Tierion is a universal platform for verifiable data.
Here are the most important initial coin offering facts:
ICO Status: FINISHED
Tierion provides verifiable basis of fact,
that information was created in a specific state space and at a precise time, allowing the network to perform the functions traditionally handled by intermediaries such as certificate authorities, notaries, or identity registration authorities. By operating on public blockchains, Terion is a resilient, secure, open
network that anyone can use to anchor and verify data, yet it is also designed to integrate with private cryptographic ledgers.
Concept: Tierion works by creating a proof that links data to a transaction on a blockchain. This is called anchoring. Anyone with this proof can verify the data's integrity and timestamp without relying on a trusted authority. Since launching in 2015, over a
thousand companies have used Tierion, including large enterprises like Microsoft, Philips, as well as innovative startups such as Accredible and Tokken.
the initial value of TNT is notionally set at $0.071 per token, but the final value will be set at the time of launch of the
|ICO Token Distribution:
350 000 000 TNT to be sold in the Token Sale
NODE OPERATORS MUST HOLD A CERTAIN LOW MINIMUM BALANCE OF
TO RECEIVE REWARDS FROM MIRRORING AND AUDITING THE CALENDAR.
Initial Coin Offering
|ICO Launch: |
27. July 2017
27. July 2017
ICO Tradable on Exchanges since:
still not tradable
|Platform: Ethereum (ERC20 Token)|
Main competitors are: Guardtime, Peernova, Factom, Stampery. Tierion provides next-generation scalability and functionality to this area.
Team behind Tierion
Co-founder & Lead Developer
Jason is the lead developer of Chainpoint and several popular open source crypto libraries.
Wayne founded a digital agency in the mid-90s and created one of the first SaaS marketing automation platforms.
Vice President of Engineering
He spent over a decade with Accenture where he lead engineering teams for eBay, Symantec, Electronic Arts, and Hewlett Packard.