Peer to peer transfers in seconds around the world. Low fees. Environment friendly. No Chargebacks ever.
Idea for eFranken. Registration of Domain.
Issue of the eFranken token as a Waves asset. Works on the website started and soon thereafter finished.
First eFranken logo is delivered by Lalmidiba from Fiverr.
The eFranken faucet goes live.
First eFranken sold on the Decentralized Exchange DEX.
BitcoinTalk.org announcement thread opened.
Commissioned new eFranken logo deliverd by Lalmidiba
The completely revamped new eFranken.org website goes live.
Start of games development.
First real world items sold for eFranken. Establishment of eFranken games.
Pascal was born 1979 and raised in Switzerland. Growing up, he soon developed an general interest in media. In the following years he played computer games on his fathers PCs and built his first website in 1999.
After school he more or less meandered through life for several years, including long times of unemployment. In the end of 2006 he succumbed to psychotic mania. Treatment for his mental illness followed in the years after. Deciding to go to filmschool, he quit after eight months due to financial constraints.
After having bought his first Bitcoins and alternative cryptocurrencies in late 2013, he finally decided to create a cryptocurrency for Switzerland (and beyond) one day. This day came with the issue of the eFranken token in 2017.
Pascal is single and lives in the small town of Wohlen AG in Northern Switzerland.
What is a Blockchain token?
A token is based on a Blockchain coin and relies on it. eFranken is based on the Waves coin, this is why a small amount of the latter is needed to make transfers or to trade (Note: Receiving and holding eFranken is free!). Both token and coin are based on a so called "Blockchain", which is like a ledger that is distributed on thousands and thousands of computers. It cointains every transaction ever done and is cryptographically encoded for security. Retroactively altering it is amost impossible.
When you create an eFranken wallet, you get a several words long backup phrase, the so called "Seed". Treat it with care, as everybody knowing it has access to your wallet.