A self-sustaining, secure and transparent game of fear and greed.

Buy In Smart Contract

Burning and Regenerating Ether. Forever.

Phoenix Technology

When someone purchases or sells an EthPhoenix token (EPX), 10% of the buy/sell price is split by the total number of tokens and given as locked-in dividends (priced in Ether) to all previous buyers based on how many EPX tokens they own.


10% of every buy and sell will be rewarded to token holders. Strong hands will be rewarded through every crash and pump. The smart contract, unlike other schemes, will allow you to directly convert your dividends back into tokens, increasing your ability to earn more dividends.


Seriously, no self destruct, no exit scam. This contract will fluctuate in price and pay out dividends until the Ethereum network dies. At any time, you can sell your tokens back to the smart contract for 80% of the current price, or withdraw/convert the dividends you've accumulated!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is this a real thing?

A: Yes, EthPhoenix Tokens are built on the Ethereum blockchain. They have no value outside of engaging in the EP game with our Math Robot though and you SHOULD NOT consider them a real investment or asset class with any intrinsic value OF ANY FORM.

Q: Wasn't there something similar to this earlier?

A: Yes, but EthPhoenix is the next step forward with convertible dividends and 10% redistribution on sell.

Q: Is EthPhoenix secure?

A: Yes. Our developer team put a lot of time into refining and testing this contract to make sure your tokens are safe. Internal functions of the contract are not accessible to the end user.

Q: What do I need to buy into the Phoenix?

A: You need to have some Ether to hand (either by buying it from an exchange such as Coinbase, or mining/trading it). You can then either install MetaMask and use that as your wallet interface with the contract, or - if you don't have MetaMask installed - you can use our in-browser web-wallet feature.

Q: Are you planning to steal our Ether?

A: We're hurt that you had to ask. No, there is no way for any participant to withdraw the Ether of any other participant.

Q: So exactly what happens with the tokens that I buy?

A: Every time somebody buys or sells an EthPhoenix token, the price changes - 0.2% higher upon buy, 0.2% lower upon sell. If you keep your tokens where they are, you receive 10% from every buy OR sell transaction based upon your current share of tokens. You can convert your current token stash into Ether where it will sit in your dividends pool - your dividends are stored in ETH, not in tokens, so their value remains stable (as long as the ETH price itself remains stable.) However once you've converted your tokens, you won't be gaining any dividends - and if you want back in you'll need to either purchase more or simply convert your dividends pool straight back into tokens.

Q: Hmm, sounds interesting. Can you tell me more?

A: Our system mitigates the risk of fast dumping by penalizing sellers for doing so. If there is a sell off period, you will still be collecting dividends, as well as gain a larger portion of the total token market share in the process. If a buy/sell cycle occurs, the token holders will still collect dividends off the sales, in addition to gaining a larger portion of the total token market share in the process. This way, those who attempt to time the market and perform swing trades; selling high and re-buying low, will be risking a lot - and losing out on soaking up all those precious dividends. If you'd prefer to sit back and play it safe you will profit off of the madness of the greedy whales and weak-handed alike.

Q: So I should definitely get into credit card debt to play this game?

A: NO. You most certainly should not be putting anything you can't afford to lose on this. PLEASE do not consider this to be anything other than what it intends to be: an insane proof of concept turned global prisoners dilemma. It is a joke, and should be treated as such. Do not put anything in here that you are not immediately willing to treat as lost.

Q: So what is that you guarantee exactly?

A: Nothing. Seriously. This is a zero sum game. The risk is entirely yours. Tread carefully. Good luck and have fun! And remember, it's internet monopoly money. Don't do anything you'll lose sleep (or your family) over.