A cryptocurrency that has just one single coin in circulation.
Each time someone buys the OneSingleCoin, its price goes up by 20%.
The buyer gets the ability to broadcast a message - it could be an ad or something else.
The seller receives the price minus 8% which gets equally distributed among all the previous owners.
The rules are written in form of an ethereum smart contract
Sorry, Bitcoin. OneSingleCoin has become the most expensive cryptocurrency in the world on June 22, 2018!
The next goal is to reach $1 million per OneSingleCoin by the end of 2020.
Because some coin has to do it after all.
You current balance: ETH
The message is any information that the owner of coin would like to broadcast to the world.
It could be an ad, a pic of owner's pet, a meme or something else.
Think of this project as Million Dollar Page meets Cryptokitties — except if there was only one precious little kitty.
Here you can advertise, for instance, an ICO since OneSingleCoin is getting media coverage on crypto resources.
Hence the website is visited by a lot of people from the crypto industry.
This is intended as a bit of fun and to explore what a contract running on the Ethereum blockchain can do. Please don't spend money you can't afford to lose - keep it fun.
If you suspect that interacting with this contract is illegal in your jurisdiction, please avoid participating.
Please note that while the contract will live as long as the Ethereum blockchain, no warranty is given that this website will continue to exist or will continue to promote the contract or list your message.
Under no circumstances will refunds or compensation be paid even if the contract steals all your money and/or shoots your dog. The author disclaims all liability for the operation of the contract which should be considered its own autonomous entity as far as permitted by law - it is your responsiblity to study its likely behaviour before interacting with it, including taking into account that the actual behaviour of the compiled EVM bytecode in a real eth/geth node may differ from the assumed behaviour based on the apparent intent of the solidity source code.
By interacting with the contract you agree to accept the conditions in this section as well as those listed at ethereum.org/agreement