MEDIBIT Platform is an Ethereum-based blockchain platform regulated by smart contracts and made up of 4 essential components.


MEDIBIT Token (MDB) an ERC20 Token, will be the first cryptocurrency that uses a decentralised healthcare consultation platform. It transparently rewards patients and mobile healthcare practitioners who make contributions benefiting the community. The project team strongly believes in building a digital marketplace that will fall into the hands of the people allowing them to self-manage their health as needed. This in return would be resulted in the disruption of the existing mobile healthcare industry and the creation of new sectors in the short and long term. Looking forward, the project owners expect the platform to drastically improve self-managed healthcare habits, hence improving the quality of life for individuals resulting in improved overall health and increased longevity.

STO Details

  • Pre-sale start date Mar 08, 2019
  • Pre-sale end date Mar 22, 2019
  • Pre-sale token supply
Token Sale
  • STO start date Mar 20, 2019
  • STO end date Jun 21, 2019
  • STO token supply 100,000,000
  • Soft cap TBA
  • Hard cap size TBA
Token details
  • Ticker MDB
  • Type ERC-20
  • Additional Token Emission No
  • Accepted Currencies ETH, Fiat
  • Token distribution Smart Contract
  • Country Limitations
  • Registration Country United Kingdom
  • Registration Year 2018
Rating Review and Analytics
  • Investment Rating
  • Traction Low
  • Risk Score
MediBit Contacts
Ended 1794 days before TBA
  • Start STO Mar 20, 2019
  • End STO Jun 21, 2019
  • Funding type
  • Token MDB
  • Price 1 MDB = 0.25
  • Minimum investment 500 MDB
  • Product Type Digital Asset
  • KYC Yes
  • Whitepaper View

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