Stay updated on Storecoin

The zero-fee public blockchain that will transform data into programmable money called datacoins.

Governed by decentralized democracy.

Time remaining until the MTO closes

Max Cap
$27.90 Million
To Be Sold
Up to 10% (100 Million STORE)
MTO Price
1 STORE = $0.139 to $0.559
Currencies Accepted
Ethereum, Bitcoin, USD Wire Transfer

Our Token Partners

Our Team

Rag and Chris have been building together for nearly a decade. Advisors are hands-on and very strategic.

Team Members
Rag Bhagavatha (Co-Creator, CTO)
Helped scale Apple’s iCloud, Cisco’s WebEx, and more
Ari Paul
Co-Founder and CIO of Blocktower Capital
James Staten
Former GM+Chief Strategist of Microsoft Cloud
Mark Ramberg
Former GM of Amazon Web Services, Media and Entertainment
Matt Ocko
Venture Capitalist at Data Collective
Michael Terpin
Founder and CEO of Transform Group
Simon Yu
CEO and Co-Founder of Storm
Stephen McKeon
Finance and Economics professor at Univ. of Oregon
Nate Lubin
Former digital director for the Obama White House
Noah Ruderman
Former infrastructure engineer at Facebook
Josh Lawler
Strategy Lawyer at Zuber, Lawler, and Del Duca LLP
The Crypto Dog
Full-time Blockchain investor / Market commentator
Amit Pradhan
President of SVBS; Chairman of Zero/Rainfall; GP at JetVentures.
Public Disclosure Registry
Securities law firm
OTC Partners
OTC Partners
$100k in AWS Credits
Silicon Valley Blockchain Society

What others are saying about Storecoin

Read our Litepaper

Storecoin's Litepaper is a high-level overview of the zero-fee payments and p2p cloud computing platform.

Zero-fee payments and p2p cloud computing (with datacoins).
Sector: Tokenized App Platform (tApps)
Category: Infrastructure (a new public blockchain)
$0.139 (latest price in MTO)

Current Market Cap
$27.90 MM
Current Circulating Supply
Y2029 Max Circulating Supply
% Total Supply Sold-to-date
% Remaining To-be-sold
Earliest Keys To Be Released
Q4 2019
Token Details
Token Type
Name of Token
Token Usage
STORE begins as a zero-fee payment, staking (work), and governance (once staked) token. Once its p2p cloud platform launches, STORE will also become the utility token for purchasing p2p compute resources from miners and for purchasing data rights from the tokenized data marketplace.
Supply Snapshot
Staking Rewards
Genesis Supply
1 Billion STORE
Ongoing Emission Type
Max Inflation Per Year
20 Million STORE
Inflation Schedule
Will fluctuate to incentivize a maximum of 30% to +51% of STORE to be staked
Emission Schedule
Will decrease yearly but the project has committed to a predictable 1,000-year max emission schedule for its Foundation-controlled Treasury
Support for Storecoin grows as key milestones are delivered
Storecoin may open up an additional 1-3 Milestone Token Offerings (MTO) before mainnet launch
Milestone Token Offering (MTO)
Private Sale
Next MTO (Projected)
Visit to learn more about Inflation and Emission Schedules
NOTE: More than 43% of the current STORE circulating supply is registered to stake and secure Storecoin

Storecoin's Supply Curve

How Storecoin Compares

Current Web3 protocols are data-light, decentralized computing. Storecoin is data-rich, decentralized computing.

*For live networks, decentralization is based on current status, not future goals

*Inspired by research from Tom Shaughnessy and Delphi Digital

*View data used in the graphic at

Storecoin Aims to Become the Preferred Cryptocurrency for Permanently Zero-fee, Fast, and Scalable Payments

(per block)
(per transaction fees)
(transactions per second)
Storecoin (STORE)
*Estimates based upon our current R&D.
<100 milliseconds*Dependent upon the incoming transaction rate and parallelism achieved.Zero-Fee for Users and DevelopersPaid for with up to 2% yearly token inflation, or a maximum of 20 Million $STORE per year.
5,000+ TPS at launchusing 22 to 220 validators during launch NOTE: Storecoin is on a path to unlimited p2p nodes securing the network with many thousands of TPS
See More
Bitcoin (BTC)
10 mins$0.04 to $0.50+2-6 TPS+10000 active Miners
Ethereum (ETH)
13-15 secs$0.04 to $0.33+15-20 TPS+10,000 active Miners
Dash (DASH)
2.63 mins$0.39 to $0.58+28 TPS+4,800 active Masternodes
*Claims from whitepaper and blog posts
0.5 secsZero-Fee for dApp Users but Developers Must StakePaid for with 5% yearly token inflation. Developers must buy and stake tokens to enable free transaction (a SaaS model)No data available, 50,000 claimed21 maximum Block Producers
Ripple (XRP)
2-4 secs0.00001 XRPEquivalent to a fraction of a penny1,500 TPS70+ Validators
Cardano (ADA)
*Claims from whitepaper and blog posts
20 secs~0.15 ADAEquivalent to $0.035 USD250 TPSNo data available for decentralization
Stellar (XLM)
3-5 secsFraction of a pennyFees go into a pool that is distributed back to the community via inflation spending1,000 TPS64 Validators
Tezos (XTZ)
*Claims from whitepaper and blog posts
60 secsFees can be optional but can expedite the transaction speed40 TPS64 Validators
Neo (NEO)
15-24 secsFree for basic transactionsUndetermined fees for smart contact-based transactions1,000 TPS7 hard-coded Validators

How Storecoin compares to traditional, fiat-powered payment infastructure

Payment SystemSpeedCost
(per transaction fee)
(transactions per second)
Storecoin (STORE)
*Estimates based upon our current R&D.
<100 milliseconds*Dependent upon the incoming transaction rate and parallelism achieved.Zero-Fee for Developers and UsersPaid for with up to 2% yearly token inflation, or a maximum of 20 Million $STORE.
5,000+ TPS at launchusing 22 to 220 validators during launch NOTE: Storecoin is on a path to unlimited p2p nodes securing the network with many thousands of TPS
See More
Swipe Card: < 2 secs
Chip Card: < 5 secs
$0.10 plus a 1.51% of transaction feeUp to 24,000 TPS-5,000 TPS is generally believed for VISA1,600 network endpoints
Less than 2 seconds for PayPal but 3-5 days for banks to process$0.30 plus %2.9, varies for foreign payments450 TPSCentralized servers hosted by PayPal
Near Instant2.9% + $0.30 for each successful card charge20 TPS (rate-limited by Stripe)Likely near-instant payments
Western Union
A few minutes to a few days10% for small transactions
1% for larger transactions
30 TPSCentralized servers hosted by Western Union 500,000+ locations
1 to 5 days$15-$35 for Domestic
$15-$45 for International
350 TPSProvides communication for 10,000,000+ institutions

Our Milestones

November 2019 SourceWe dropped the "coin". We now have new name for our blockchain (STORE), a new site (, and new name for the organization helping bring $STORE to full decentralization (STORE Labs, Inc.). Source
October 2019 SourceCreated the governance spec for Fault Tolerant Trust or "Trust-Your-Network (TYN)" where participants in an economic network can derive trust without using any centralized or third party entities. TYN can also be used for 2/3 fault tolerant voting. Source
September 2019 SourceSTORE releases its launch plan from zero-fee settlement layer (Stone Age) to decentralized democracy (Discovery Age) to p2p cloud (Revolutionary Age). Source
August 2019 SourceSTORE releases its Cost Per Thousand Transaction (CPT) research quantifying the costs of centralized and decentralized cloud computing. Source
July 2019 SourceSTORE conducts its first Ask Me Anything (AMA), this one with Messari. The project also announces its open source governances Source
June 2019 SourceSTORE releases its Litepaper, a 32 page high-level research document outlining the project Source
May 2019 SourceOver 43% of the current STORE circulating supply pre-registers to stake and secure the STORE public blockchain Source
Apr 2019 SourceSTORE launches its Research Division releasing specs on its address schema, its staking economics, and compares BlockfinBFT to other consensus algorithms like Tendermint Source
Mar 2019 SourceSTORE releases its long-term plans for a zero-fee, p2p cloud computing platform with data-backed tokens (datacoins) Source
Feb 2019 SourceSTORE joins the Messari Disclosure Registry; commits to fixed and long-term emission schedules for its treasury; the first simulation of our BlockfinBFT BFT consensus algorithm is released Source
Jan 2019 SourceThe governance peer review mailing list grows to 70+ Source
Dec 2018 SourceSTORE releases the first version of its zero-fee computing platform for internal peer reviewSource
Nov 2018 SourceSTORE releases its governance of checks and balances for public peer reviewSource
Oct 2018 SourceFirst version of the STORE Wallet is releasedSource
Aug 2018 SourceCommunity members are wearing $STORE tees in 56+ countries and our Telegram grows to 2,000+Source
Jul 2018 SourceSTORE releases a new inflation plan to be in alignment with sound money of gold and BTCSource
Jun 2018 SourceTesting on BlockfinBFT grows to 220 validator nodes and 40 message nodesSource
Apr 2018 SourceSTORE’s consensus engine BlockfinBFT becomes patent pending as to prevent malicious hard forksSource
Mar 2018 SourceSTORE pushes the Tendermint consensus to 169,00 transactions per second with 8 nodesSource
Jan 2018 SourceSTORE’s second milestone-based sale ends, adding 200+ wallets and $1.3 MM of Treasury Source

See our engineering roadmap here

About our BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm

📖 BlockfinBFT Presentation
How STORE solves for both scalibility and decentralization without shading, off-chain transactions, level 2, etc.
📺 A simulation of STORE's BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm
BlockfinBFT is the leaderless, asynchronous, BFT consensus algorithm from STORE
🖊 STORE Q1 Engineering Updates
Q1 2019 was extremely productive for STORE on the engineering front. Here are a few of the key highlight activities.
🖊️ BlockfinBFT compared to other consensus algorithms
This document compares STORE’s BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm to some of the popular Byzantine Fault Tolerant (BFT) consensus algorithms to answer the following question.
🖊️ Why STORE's BlockfinBFT Consensus Algorithm Matters
Dive into the parallels between the early oil industry and waste and BlockfinBFT
🔬 BlockfinBFT Database Schema
This document describes the database schema for the STORE blockchain.
📺 Ivan on Tech on STORE’s BlockfinBFT
Ivan on Tech discusses BlockfinBFT - a new consensus algorithm by STORE
📖 Trustlessness and Security in STORE
An analysis comparing it with Bitcoin to help understand these properties in STORE
⏱️ Engineering timeline for BlockfinBFT
Anticipated roll-out of the BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm
🔬 STORE open sources Basil, a proposal to improve for the Tendermint consensus algorithm
Tendermint is a BFT consensus algorithm powering the Cosmos project and more.
🔬 STORE's early experiment with Tendermint-based consensus algorithm that led to the BlockFinBFT research achieves +10,000 TPS with burst traffic and 21 Validator nodes
STORE’s mission is to become zero-fee payment infrastructure for the global internet. The Dynamic Proof of Stake (DyPoS) consensus engine powering the STORE infrastructure is designed to process thousands of transactions per second. When transactions arrive continuously but at lower rates, the consensus engine is capable of handling the incoming transactions, but how does it behave when transactions come in bursts? When STORE is used as the payment platform by merchants and app developers, the transactions are likely to come in bursts from multiple sources. So, we need to characterize the behavior of the consensus engine under such circumstances.
📖 BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm peer review
Join STORE's Peer Review working group for its BFT consensus algorithm "BlockfinBFT"

See all at

Read our governance essays

8. The Launch "Ages" of STORE
How STORE evolves from zero-fee, p2p payments to a zero-fee, p2p cloud computing platform
7. Day One Governance
Why Governance Must Be Articulated From Day One
6. How To Enable Democratic Blockchain Governance Through One-Entity-One-Vote
Ending Plutocracy & Enabling Democracy In Blockchain Governance: An Overview Of One-Entity-One Vote And Know Your Voter
5. A Separation of Powers in STORE’s Decentralized Governance of Checks and Balances
How formal and enforceable roles prevent gridlock when miner, developer, and holder interests diverge
4. Reimagining Property, Rights, and Enforcement In The Blockchain Context
The foundation of markets are property rights and the enforcement of contracts. Without protected private property, market participants can’t lay claim to the goods they sell or buy in the market. Without contract enforcement, participants have to trust trading counterparts with no hope of recourse.
3. An Overview of STORE's Governance
Towards a ‘decentralized republic’ model of blockchain governance
2. Blockchain Governance, Trade Offs, and the Importance of a Checks-and-Balances based Decentralized Governance
Session 2 of STORE’s public peer review of its p2p governance.
1. Announcing the STORE Governance Peer Review Process & Working Group
STORE is pleased to announce our first peer review and working group, focused on governance. Through this, we will bring our community together to learn about and provide input on a full spectrum of governance issues. This process will take place through public comments on prepared documents and via a public email group, a final spec generated from the working group, and ultimately culminate in the third STORE GovCon in 2021.

See all at

Our Core Team is spreading STORE globally

All money is trust, and belief in STORE is on the rise

Earn a free Storecoin tee by Join our Community


Nothing herein is intended to be an offer to sell or solicitation of offer to buy, Storecoin tokens or rights to receive Storecoin tokens in the future. In the event that Storecoin conducts an offering of Storecoin tokens (or rights to receive Storecoin tokens in the future), Storecoin will do so in compliance with all applicable laws which may include the Securities Act of 1933 and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, as well as applicable state and foreign law. Any offering for sale to US Persons in a regulated transaction will be pursuant to a registration statement qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission, or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements.

Download the PDF