Dead Coins

Hundreds of cryptocurrencies have died in the past 10 years. Here we document some of these cases. Several posts in this section were originally made when these cryptos were live, active projects. Some raised millions of U$ in their ICO’s just a couple years ago and are now gone.

Digital World Exchange DWECoin [DWE] in a Nutshell by Gal Crypto
Digital World Exchange was both a cryptocurrency trading platform and a token announced in October 2018. The very first tweet by DWE happened a few days later in November ...
Coffee Coin / CoffeeCoin [COF] [CFC] [CFC2] by Gal Crypto
CoffeeCoin may refer to two (or three) different cryptocurrencies: the earlier Coffee Coin (2014) with symbols CFC and CFC2 and the more recent CoffeeCoin (2017) with symbol COF. ...
ELI5 Understand the several OneCoin’s by Gal Crypto
There are several cryptocurrency projects called OneCoin. In some naive cases, the name was not properly researched and got accidentally reused by different small projects throu...
Pocaga ICO [Closed Q2 2018] by Gal Crypto
Pocaga was an online casino and online gambling platform ICO which ran in early 2018. ICO Sale The pre-sale ICO raised over U$ 7 million on its first round. The ICO had two ad...
Alpereum Ethereum Mining Pool [Closed 2017] by Gal Crypto
Alpereum was an Ethereum mining pool that ran from May 2016 to late 2017. As of November 2017 Bitcointalk users reported that the pool had likely been shut down. No unfair pr...
Understand Bitconnect [BCC] : Is it legit? by @Cryptobill
Update 1: Bitconnect was shut down shortly after this article was published. At the time of writing we did not know the extent of the Bitconnect scheme. While the official Bitconn...