Past ICOOct 15, 2018 – Dec 14, 2018
Angenium is a project of the efficiently extract of noble and rare metals, silicon oxides, aluminum and iron from man-caused waste.
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The Angenium project aims to facilitate waste recycling and decomposition processes. The team is based in Russia and tackles region-specific problems. Angenium is running an ICO campaign to raise funds for construction of a plant that would be able to extract precious metals from man-made waste. The team has developed a special type of sorbent that is supposed to streamline the extraction process.
The team is issuing an ERC20 ANG_Coin. Investors can choose to receive a one-time payment amounting to 100% per annum over the first 2 years. The second option is 67% of net profit per annum over the first 5 years.
ICO DetailsPre-ICO token supply: 17,940,000
ICO token supply: 103,500,000
Soft cap: 18,500,000USD (fiat)
Hard cap: 90,000,000 USD(fiat)
LegalICO Platform: Ethereum
Registration country: Estonia
Token infoTicker: ANG
Accepted currencies: ETH
1 Week: 36% bonus
2 Week: 30% bonus
3 Week: 25% bonus
4 Week: 20% bonus
1-2 Week: 15% bonus
3-4 Week: 10% bonus
5-6 Week: 5% bonus
7-8 Week: 3% bonus
75% - ICO
13% - Pre-ICO
10% - Project Team
2% - Bounty
R&D,development and confirmation of technology.
Creating and improving of experimental sample.
Private round of fund-raising (before Pre-ICO).
Listing on stock exchanges.
Selection of a space to build a factory.
Design and survey works.
Construction and installation works.
Delivery and installation of equipment.
Entry to a planned capacity.
Buy-back of tokens
Searching for the new locations for factories.
Factories construction in new locations.
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