Synthestech: Technology for synthesis of precious metals and valuable isotopes.

Synthestech ICO

Technology for synthesis of precious metals and valuable isotopes.
Summary
Platform
Ethereum
Token code
STT
Total supply
14,000,000
Price
Soft capacity
0
Hard capacity
0
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Start date
01 Feb 2018 01:00 UTC
End date
01 Mar 2018 01:00 UTC

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Synthestech is a scientific research center engaged in technology development for synthesis of precious metals and valuable isotopes.

 

Technology

 

Cold Transmutation (LENR) of chemical elements – is a breakthrough, innovative technology for transforming one chemical element into another. Cheap elements into precious ones.

 

It is a possibility of obtaining platinum group metals and other valuable elements, including gold, from cheap raw materials by artificial means.

 

Ability to synthesise chemical elements will change the economy in a much more significant way, compared to even blockchain technology.

 

Phenomenon of Cold Transmutation was discovered in recent decades. Our group is developing this technology; we have conducted hundreds of experiments and achieved phenomenal results. Among those results is obtaining of platinum group metals.

 

Precious metals that can be obtained through cold transmutation do not deteriorate or disappear. This is an objective value, which has a high cost in the modern world and will always be valued.

 

Today, the time has come to take the next step - to master the technology for turning cheap elements into valuable elements and isotopes through low-energy nuclear reactions.

 

Funding

 

Synthestech tokens (ticker - STT) are dividend tokens, which give the collective right to receive 36% of the profit generated from the developed technology and production through Swiss Isotopes Sarl, registered in Geneva (Switzerland). The company’s profit may come from royalty from the developed LENR transmutation technology or the subsequent organization of own production of transmuted elements and isotopes.