MFChain

MFCoin

MFChain are good to go to launch, when their funding goal has been achieved, a public smart contract platform with merchant payment integration.

5.2
Token Sale ended
25 Apr, 2018
ETH 33,000
GOAL

MFChain Info

Ticker:
MFX
Token Type
ERC20
Fundraising Goal:
ETH 33,000
Received
N/A
Price
1 ETH = 10,150 MFX
Sold on Pre-sale
57%
Total Tokens
500000000
Token Available for Sale
306,000,000
Whitepaper
Yes
KYC
Yes
Token Issue
After Sale
Country
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Team Members
6
Industry
Blockchain Services
Blocked Countries
USA
Accepting
ETH

Pros & Cons

Targeting a well-established and active industry

Unique concept with mass market appeal

Very low-cost tokens on offer

Worldwide appeal for their concept

Well written white paper

Tokens may soon get snapped up

Tokens could increase in value

May take time to get established

Concept is based on a target market

Early investors will benefit the most

Features

MFChain are good to go to launch, when their funding goal has been achieved, a public smart contract platform with merchant payment integration.

Overview

There does appear to be a market place for companies that are offering a platform that allows anyone to design and then launch their own smart contracts to help them raise funding by selling their own tokens.

However, whilst MFChain may be something you are interested in buying into, always keep in mind that there are plenty of other tokens and initial coin offerings you can buy and buy into that are going to be offering a very similar business concept.

As such spend as much time as you require getting your head around fully how they plan to launch their platform and whether there is going to be a large target market place that will use their platform as opposed to any of the other many similar ones now available.

Learn More About the MFChain ICO

There is a good chance that the MFChain ICO is one that does appeal to you and if so then along with watching the following video presentation please do study their website and make use of their whitepaper too.

Team

Members

  • Viacheslav Shybaiev (Blockchain Lead)
  • Benamara Oualid (Cryptographer)
  • Piers Lawrence (Applied Mathematician)
  • Kat Campise (Data Scientist)
  • Jeff Green (Market & Legal Research)
  • Jack Lloyd (Crypto & Security Expert)

Conclusion

There are always going to be pros and cons about investing in the early stages of an initial coin offering, however having said that, if you are interested in buying into the MFChain ICO then you will need to study in much more detail their concept and business idea.

The way you can do that is of course by studying both their white paper, which you will find on the MFChain ICO website and then taking a good look at their roadmap, also available on their website to see the time scales they have in mind for the roll out of that concept.

Once you have done so you will then be in a good position to make an informed decision as to whether their tokens are going to be worth investing in, and the cost of them during their initial coin offering period is of course low and not too expensive.

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