Read more about ICO Tiberius Coin: review, rating, road map, overview
About Tiberius Coin
Returns since ICO
2018-10-01 - 2018-10-21
ICO Token Price
Incorporated company's country
Tiberius coin is an asset-backed token that allows to directly participate in our portfolio of precious and base metals that are used in industries such as IoT, Transportation, Space, Robotics and AI. This is the most liquid digital asset ever issued, that grows in value over time and allows to eliminate middleman and uncertainties of the cryptocurrency market.
Tiberius Coin Roadmap
ICO; November 1: Listed on Exchanges; Tiberius coin web-app launched; Tiberius coin iOS App launched; Tiberius coin Android App launched; Tiberius coin conversion functionality live
Issue tokens to accounts
Update product based on user feedback; Enable more granular storage fee drawdowns opposed to a single yearly fee to increase the value of Tiberius coins
Release B2B product for more efficient settlement of metal securities
Tiberius Coin - global currency
Tiberius Coin Team
Chief Executive Officer
Philip R. Zimmermann
Chief Scientist and Security Officer
Chief Marketing Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Technical Officer
Head Of Development
Chief Digital Officer
Chief B.Development Officer
Digital Marketing Growth Officer
Tiberius Coin FAQ
Will there be a Pre-Sale?
Do I need to go through the Whitelist process? How do I join?
Do I need to go through the Know Your Customer (KYC) process? When?
When will your token price be calculated and is it calculated on
ETH or USD?
1 Tiberius coin = 0.70 USD
What bonus did Pre-sale participants receive? Is this bonus locked?
Which countries are restricted from investing?
Citizens or residents (tax or otherwise) of the People’s Republic of China (“PRC”), or other PRC Persons are not entitled to purchase T-Coins. Green Card Holders of the United States of America (“USA”) or citizens or residents (tax or otherwise) of the USA, Singapore, or South Korea are neither entitled to purchase T-Coins as well as persons that are affected by sanctions issued by the USA, such as sanctions related to Belarus, Burundi, Central African Republic, Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iran, Irak, Lebanon, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Ukraine/Russia, Venezuela, Yemen, and Zimbabwe.