Bitcoin Reference Line BRECO
Send a free text to the receiver of the transactioBitcoin Reference Line is a Bitcoin Fork, which supports encrypted reference lines. This means the sender of the transaction can send a free text to the receiver of the transaction (like: "Payment for invoice #123"). This text is encrypted so that only the sender and the receiver can see the decrypted text.
- Project TypeBlockchain
- Circulating SupplyNone specified
- Total SupplyNone specified
- Max Supply143,000,000
- Primary SectorPayments
Ludwig founded the software company CAD-KAS Kassler Computer Software in 1996.
I started to write software when I was 12 years old back in 1993. 1996 my father founded or software company for me and I joined in 1999 when I was 18 years old. I have developed more than 200 windows programs. In January I had the idea for a new cryptocurrency with an encrypted Reference line. I developed the first coin "Reference line coin" in March. This coin is listed on stocks.exchange and our own internal exchange. Then I had the idea to create a Bitcoin Fork. I worked on the fork in May and now it is ready.
|Bitcoin holder||17,000,000 BRECO||44.00%|
|For the development team||6,000,000 BRECO||15.70%|
|Reference line coin holders||6,000,000 BRECO||15.00%|
|Initial Investor||5,000,000 BRECO||13.50%|
|Distributed through the ICO||4,000,000 BRECO||10.50%|
Questions and Answers
Live token offeringsNo live token offerings
Upcoming token offeringsNo upcoming token offerings
Past token offerings
|Bitcoin Reference Line ICO||31 May 2018||30 Jun 2018|
- 8 of 27 Team Members Verified
- Company Verified
- KYC Interview Conducted
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