Pre-Sale & Values

Tokens Sale

The first token sale (also known as an IGO) was held by Mastercoin in
July 2013. Ethereum raised money with a token sale in 2014.

IGO will start in
  • Pre-Sale
  • Soft Cap
  • Bonus
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68% target raised
1 ETH = $1000 = 3177.38 CIC
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  • Public PRE-ITS starts 13 March
  • Acceptable currencies ETH, BTC, LTC
  • Public ITS ends 25 May
  • Minimal transaction 1 ETH, 1 BTC, 1 LTC
  • Public ITS starts 25 April
  • Number of tokens sale 890,000 CIC (8%)

Implementation Sheet

This is a list of cryptocurrencies. The number of cryptocurrencies available over
the internet as of 7 January 2018 is over 1384 and growing.

November 2017
Crypto Igo
Platform idea
January 2018
Technical & strategy
May 2018
Igo Realease Live Now
August 2018
Beta version of
Crypto Igo
November 2018
Software development kit
for integrations
December 2018
Mobile apps for
iOS & Android
About Coin


Decentralized cryptocurrency is produced by the entire cryptocurrency system collectively
at a rate which is defined when the system is created and which is publicly known.



The validity of each cryptocurrency's coins is provided by a blockchain. A blockchain is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography.Each block typically contains a hash pointer as a link to a previous block, a timestamp and transaction data. By design, blockchains are inherently resistant to modification of the data. a blockchain is typically managed by a peer-to-peer network collectively adhering to a protocol for validating new blocks. Once recorded

The block time is the average time it takes for the network to generate one extra block in the blockchain.[21] Some blockchains create a new block as frequently as every five seconds.

Token Stats

Token Distribution

The ICO usually takes place before the project is completed, and helps fund the expenses
undertaken by the founding team until launch. For some of the larger projects.



To calculate the number of tokens you’ll receive, you can follow the following formula. Note that this applies to public presale contributions only. If you participated through a syndicate or private presale,

To calculate the number of tokens you’ll receive, you can follow the following formula. Note that this applies to public presale contributions only. If you participated through a syndicate or private presale

Symbol: CIC

Initial Value: 1 ETH = 3177.38 CIC

Type: ERC20



Originally the term "FAQ" referred to the Frequently Asked Question itself, and the
compilation of questions and answers was known as a "FAQ list" or some similar expression.

Ethereum is a group of incredibly smart individuals who have developed the next generation of cryptocurrency. The Ethereum project involves a large single network (much like Bitcoin), and runs on a cryptocurrency that can be mined (Ether). We are looking at deploying private networks of the Ethereum (or similar) within organisations, or across small predetermined groups of organisations.
Mining is used a proof of work for participants in the blockchain. Whenever a block of transactions is to be agreed, every participating node attempts to ‘mine’ the block (a mathematical algorithmic process that requires extensive CPU capacity). In public blockchains successful mining is rewarded with a cryptocurrency token.
The first distributed Blockchain was then conceptualised by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 as the core component of the digital currency Bitcoin, where it serves as the public ledger for all transactions. The words block and chain were used separately in Satoshi Nakamoto's original paper in October 2008, and when the term moved into wider use it was originally block chain, before becoming a single word, Blockchain, by 2016. Although associated with and used by Bitcoin, Blockchain technology will be applied to multiple sectors and industries.
The first major Blockchain innovation was Bitcoin, a digital currency experiment. The market cap of Bitcoin now hovers between $10–$20 billion dollars, and is used by millions of people for payments, including a large and growing remittances market. Blockchain for Bitcoin meant that it was the first digital currency to solve the double spending problem, without the use of a trusted authority or central server. Bitcoin, (the digital asset) is used like other assets in exchange for goods and services. Unlike traditional currencies and assets, Bitcoin is easily portable, divisible, and irreversible. The benefit is that Bitcoin increases system efficiency and enables the provision of financial services at a drastically lower cost, giving users more power and freedom. There is no central intermediary as there is no regulation around Cryptocurrency.
Compared with traditional database technologies and centralised systems, Blockchain implementations can be cheaper and require considerably less IT investment to maintain. In addition, because of its application in creating resilient, hacker-proof records, lots of initiatives have been proposed for registries using Blockchain. For example, within the Public sector it can affect government-maintained registries e.g. Blockchain-based tracing of donations from donor to recipient to ensure the money goes where it is needed. “Almost every major financial institution in the world is doing Blockchain research at the moment, and 15% of banks are expected to be using Blockchain in 2017.”
The record on a blockchain is theoretically immutable to change. Sensitive or non-public information can be protected through the use of smart contracts, but this has yet to be put into practice outside of financial institutions.
In a typical client-server architecture, there is one central location where all the data gets stored. Usually, attackers are targeted at that hosted location. However, blockchain doesn't have such a central server, hence the location of the attack is different; here, an attacker can attack the consensus mechanism as its key area of the blockchain. If the attacker is able to manipulate the validation process of generating new blocks, they can easily manipulate the transactions. But to take over the network, an attacker would have to control more than 50 percent of its total computing power. To be able to initiate such an attack requires mining hardware that can compete with the rest of the network. Recently (on Jan 9, 2019) 51% of attacks happened on Ethereum Classic, by owning the majority hash power; attackers tried to execute a "double spending" attack. TL;DR yes, blockchain is not 100% secure, but chances of attracts are very less. Also, by the time the majority of blockchains are improving and securing the consensus mechanism with different algorithms. One important thing needs to note here is; smart contract with vulnerable code can also be hacked, but you cannot consider it as blockchain hack.
There are three types of blockchains Public Blockchain Private Blockchain Consortium Blockchain Public Blockchains are permissionless and publicly available. Anyone with an Internet connection can participate and read the data or can execute a transaction. Nodes in public blockchains are operated by network participants. Bitcoin and Ethereum are examples of a public blockchain. Private blockchain can be deployed as a private network within an organization or by an individual. The single authority has all the access to read, write and validate the transactions, hence, private blockchains are known as fully centralized blockchains. Multichain and Hyperledger Fabric are examples of a private blockchain. However, you can create your own copy of public blockchain to run on a private network; and that is also considered as a private blockchain. Consortium Blockchain is a permissioned blockchain, meaning that, no one can participate unless they have the permission of an authority. Pre-selected nodes only can be participated and sign the transactions, and other nodes would have less permission to just read the data. It is the same as role-based access control in a web application, hence it is also known as a partially decentralized blockchain. Hyperledger Fabric is an example of a consortium blockchain.
Each operation on a blockchain has some cost, and that cost is calculated in Gas. The meaning of Gas may differ from blockchain to blockchain. In an Ethereum, for example, Gas is a unit to calculate transaction fees, but in the NEO Blockchain; Gas is a separate currency. However, Gas is used to calculate transaction fees.
The inter-shard communication uses ai routing algorithms and multiple data signature techniques to ensure that the communication data is not fake nor falsified. The transfer of inter-shard consensus is guaranteed correctly by conducting sender and receiver double recording. Real-time clearing reconciliation is also conducted.
P2p communication is required for public chain transactions, consensus for block production, and block synchronization. Since most of the other public chain miners are computationally intensive, nodes are assigned with public IP addresses. This makes communication relatively simple and the performance is not fully optimized. Unlike other public chain miners, BPChain uses an App as its Node hence does not require intensive computation. We have achieved an overall increase in efficiency and security through a deeply customized blockchain. The main p2p features include: newly designed node routing, broadcast algorithm, NAT penetration, anti-DDoS, anti-Witch attack, support for home broadband, support for complex network penetration, and support for mobile devices.
BPChain VRF lightning fast consensus is a completely new consensus protocol that can do quick coverage and calculation of states to fast reach consensus. This mechanism is fundamentally different from the traditional VRF. The traditional VRF uses a random function to draw a lottery for forming a committee. The consensus is reached by communication between the committee members. It is relatively easy to manipulate the process and reduce the efficiency through communication disruption, isolation, and bribery. We have utilized relay broadcasting, multi-signing, state switching techniques. Through our proprietary unique algorithms and processes, BPChain has addressed the traditional VRF issues. In VRF lightning fast consensus, the block is constantly produced by different random members through p2p broadcast data stream, anonymous process of self-election, block-generating, verification, voting, confirmation. Even with network delay and global clock manipulation, the hacker cannot predict and disrupt BPChain consensus process.


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