Datarius Reached SoftCap of One Million And Counting

Mar 30, 2018 at 13:58 // News
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The Datarius project – the first social p2p cryptobank – has reached SoftCap

The final ITO round, launched on March 5 at 12:12 UTC, is in high gear. In the round, thousands users from 55 countries have already participated.

Datarius is the first social p2p cryptobank. The main idea of ​​the project is to provide the consumer with the widest range of financial instruments; to bring the maximum number of financial consumers together; to give freedom of choice and action; to provide a high level of automation; to create a truly social fintech product; to prove by ourselves that the decentralization and lack of borders are benefits.

SoftCap overhit means that the project will be implemented. 


From now on, the further implementation of the project’s functions and features depends on each participant. The final ITO stage will be completed immediately upon reaching its HardCap. The ongoing final round is your last chance to become the DTRC token holder and to receive significant bonuses. DTRC token is a unique key and the only tool to access all the benefits of the Cryptobank: loans with the most favorable terms, joint investments, personal piggy cryptobank, trust limits, trust management and much more.

It is rather simple to join the successful project of the future. You have only to:

- Visit the Datarius official website and register as a participant at

- Participate in the project’s Referral Program and share your vision and information with friends to get an additional 5% bonus.

Demonstrate by your participation that the old banking system is dying.

Any contribution is of high value.


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