Token Sale

Aeternity Token Sale: Phase two

Project Description

Aeternity is a smart-contract blockchain secured through a hybrid of proof-of-stake and proof-of-work. The team asserts it will be ready to shard (like Ethereum) for massive scalability. Aeternity’s technology draws upon several innovations from other blockchains to improve the efficiency of existing smart contract and oracle platforms.

Read Smith + Crown’s full report of the Aeternity project.

The second phase of Aeternity’s token sale is scheduled launch on May 29th, 2017.  The first phase of their token sale concluded at the beginning of April and raised $5.7 million in three days.

Project Details

Incorporation status: Registered as foundation in Liechtenstein
Team openness: Fully transparent
Blockchain Developer: Zach Hess
Technical White Paper:      Yes
Available Project Code: Yes
Prototype: Testnet available on Github

Token Details

Role of token: Access and block creation rights
Token supply: Proportional to token sale participation
Distributed in ICO:        Proportional to token sale participation
Emission rate: TBA
Blockchain: Aeternity
Consensus method: Proof of Stake/Proof of Work hybrid

Sale Details

Sale period: May 29th, 2017 to June 19th, 2017
First price: 0.00125 ETH
Accepted currencies: ETH and BTC
Investment Round: Second public offering
Token distribution date:        Unclear
Min investment goal: None
Max investment cap: None
How are funds held:  Smart contract
Minimum Viable Product: Quarter One 2018
Bonus schedule:
Period Price
 First 24 hours       0.00125 ETH
 First week       0.00133 ETH
Second week       0.00143 ETH
 Final week       0.00154 ETH

Official Resources



May 26, 2017 at 7:42 pm, leonine85 said:

Hey Weston,

The number of contributors at the end of phase 1 (See post on May 20 in link below) is 2432. Today is 2500. Any idea why this is changing even though there is no active contribution? Have a look at the allcryptotalk article 3204-aeternity-phase-2-crowdsale-may-29th-2017/


May 26, 2017 at 7:52 pm, Weston Anderson said:

> Hmmm. That is curious. Our data (collected at the time the sale closed) says 2147 participants. We’ll follow up with the folks over at Aeternity about this. Thanks for the tip!


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