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  • Token Symbol: ETD
  • Total Token Supply: 42,000,000 ETD
  • Hard Cap: $1.4 Million
  • Token Price: 1 ETH = 5,000 ETD
  • Minimum Purchase: None
  • Accepting: Ethereum, (Wire Transfer: Private Sale Only)
  • ERC20 Token: Yes
  • Individual Cap: None
  • Countries Allowed: Equitybase does not exclude persons from any nations from participating in our ICO. All participants are encouraged to check their respective country/region ICO regulation.

What type of wallet do ı need?

ETD is an ERC20 token, any ERC20 compatible wallet  such as MetaMaskMyEtherWallet and Mist will work. If funds are transferred from a Coinbase or exchange ETD wallet, you will not be able to retrieve your ETD Token.



Ethereum Diamond (ETD) is a tokenized ERC-20 version of Ethereum and is an
ERC20 token with the feature of smart contracts and is faster as well as cheaper than Bitcoin Diamond.
The concept was spun off the successful Bitcoin Diamond (BCD) token and looks
to give the same community another option that relies upon the same “DIAMOND” values and ideas.
Ethereum Diamond [ETD] is a ERC-20 Token that has a supply of 42,000,000 tokens.
This supply is meant to reflect the balance of Ethereum(ETH) but as a token based upon the Ethereum network.
Ethereum Diamond [ETD] enjoys the speed and affordability of the Ethereum Blockchain.

(ETD) is peer to peer decentralized currency, used to buy-sell-trade and bounty within the community.
Safe and secure it has virtually no fee and can be utilized worldwide.
Fully confirming transactions within minutes and can be used by anyone.



Ethereum (ETH) is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency and open source software project released under the MIT/X11 license. Inspired by and technically nearly identical to Bitcoin (BTC),
Ethereum creation and transfer is based on an open source protocol and is not managed by any central authority.

Ethereum is intended by its developers to improve upon Bitcoin,
offering several key differences. As of November 2013,
Ethereum had received extended coverage by mainstream media with agencies such as the Wall Street Journal,
CNBC and The New York Times citing it as an alternative (or possibly even successor) to Bitcoin.

After Bitcoin , Ethereum is the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.

A peer-to-peer network similar to Bitcoin‘s handles Ethereum’s transactions,
balances and issuance through scrypt,
the proof-of-work scheme (Ethereums are issued when a small enough hash value is found, at which point a block is created, the process of finding these hashes and creating blocks is called mining).


In the world of cryptocurrency, the common malicious contracts have qualities such as infinite minting, or transfers of tokens without balance checks. This is deliberately implemented by nefarious developers to cheat their own buyers out of their ETH. Other times it’s unintentional, and the issues are actually programming errors. eBTCold is an example where through a programming error, there is accidental infinite printing. eDOGE is another example, which had a centralized locking mechanism that prevented trading, and allowed for manipulation of the market.

These things can be detected in static analysis, and monitored when transferring ETH to smart contracts with these qualities during ICOs and donation phases. This kind of smart detection is a large part of what we are building.

Static analysis means that we can automatically read and interpret source code. We can look for common programming mistakes, as well as deliberate hoaxes embedded in to smart contracts. On top of this, we are building a centralized repository of addresses with the intent of blacklisting corrupt token founders, poorly-written smart contracts, and the like. If we have technical reasons to believe a contract is fraudulent, then we will raise that red warning for the user through the wallet UI. This is what we mean when we talk about the BLUE standard. The standard and it’s SDK (Software Development Kit) is a free-to-use product that allows developers of new tokens to check their work and prevent programming mistakes.

An SDK could allow consumers, via wallet integrations, to automatically scan malicious addresses before approving the sending of ETH from their wallet. The crypto world is fraught with scam artists. It is the wild west of finance, and we are here to tame it just a bit. We are here to bring peace of mind to those who invest in cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology. This is what we are all about.