AsiaDigiCoin is an abandoned cryptocurrency project that was originally announced on Bitcointalk.org by forum user BITDV on February 18, 2016. ADCN was originally marketed as a vehicle to avoid high banking fees, middlemen, and governmental regulation. AsiaDigiCoin was allegedly created by Inderjeet Singh, and developed by the same team behind AIAR, IndiaBloom, Bacchat, among other projects.
The AsiaDigiCoin project does not have a roadmap, an active website or a GitHub page, and its Twitter account, as well as its Facebook page, have not been updated since early 2017. The original Bitcointalk thread has not been updated either since 2017.
ADCN was based on the Scrypt algorithm, and used Proof of Work as a consensus system with 60 second block times. Block rewards were set at 50 ADCN per mined block, and the total coin supply was set at 26,250,000 ADCN. This cryptocurrency was originally listed for trade on C-CEX, YoBit, Alcurex, and BTCPool, but it is currently only available on C-CEX.
The latest available data reveals that the original ADCN is not currently being mined or traded, and its market cap is under $18,000 as of September 2018. According to Bitcointalk comments, the AsiaDigiCoin project was ported to the Ethereum blockchain, but a quick look at its etherscan.io page shows that the ADCN token is not being actively traded.