Ushering in a new age of collectibles with digital fingerprinting and a marketplace with blockchain modernization.INVEST NOW
Our patent and patent-pending process will make our marketplace the first of its kind to integrate digital fingerprinting and a smartphone/blockchain/ smart contract application with shared royalties earned on sales.
Our advanced laser technology, powered by deep neural networks and AI, is eliminating inconsistency and bias, delivering unparalleled consistency and authentication.
With our initial Reg CF offering of $1.1 million, we've already demonstrated investor confidence and a solid foundation for growth. Over 1000 shareholders.
Point, click, take a picture. Our detailed coin reports provide scientific documentation that validates collectibles grade.
By removing subjectivity from the grading process and delivering detailed reports validating the grade, you no longer have to worry about your grader's state of mind, removing human-bias out of the equation.
The scope of our technology isn't confined to coins and cards. We're pioneering a broader impact by extending our tech's potential to other collectibles, opening doors to endless opportunities.
Improved transferability of physical assets to an estate to transfer inter-generational wealth - a form of liquidity that's never existed before.
"Coin collecting has been my lifelong passion, and the fight against counterfeits is personal to me. Investing in Coin and Card Auctions was a natural step.
I want collectors to buy and sell with confidence, free from the fear of fakes. That's why I believe in Coin and Card Auctions—we're building a future where authenticity reigns supreme."
Counterfeits are increasingly sophisticated and many claim there are inherent flaws in the current collectibles grading system- but no coin in the world can fool us!
Our technology extracts a treasure trove of data, including 7,000,000 individual laser measured height and 23 million laser measured color data points.
Our digital fingerprinting and advanced grading reports virtually eliminate the risk of counterfeiting by providing a level of detailed analysis based on extremely precise physical, measured data that supports the assigned grade.
We integrate nano-level grading, pre- and post- sale authentication, and a smartphone/blockchain/smart contract application - with shared royalties earned on re-sales.
By integrating these technologies, a new era of authentication, engagement, and value preservation is dawning for numismatic and collectibles.
Laser technology, Deep Neural Networks and Artificial Intelligence
Blockchain technologies, Cloud tech stack, NFTs, Royalties
Conventional marketplace and third party grading solutions
2.5 micron nano level scanning extracting millions of measured data points
Smartphone “point and click” Graphic User Interface, automated grading and DNN/Ai backend processing
Shared royalties automatically triggered on collectibles resales (perpetual income streams)
Metals backed STO/Mints worldwide, Gold, Silver, Platinum (perpetual income streams)
Emerging global markets constructed for e-commerce
There is no scientific basis to provide confirmation, or documentation of a third party assigned grade - until now! We provide detailed analysis in downloadable, printable, emailable formats.
Here are the problems with grading:
Third Party Grading subjectivity, grading bias, and inconsistency
Excessive grading cost and time requirements
No documentation to support assigned 3rd party grades
Counterfeit collectables are hard to detect, even by professionals
Outdated: mid-80’s technology– inadequate and not optimal for current or emerging global marketplaces or 3rd party grading
Math and science laser technologies combined with deep neural networks and artificial intelligence providing consistent, highly accurate results
Automated grading reduces grading time and costs, while improving accuracy
Our downloadable, printable, patented technology and reports are detailed analysis that provide documentation supporting or questioning graded collectibles
Counterfeits are no match for our detection capabilities (nano-level scanning/DNN/AI processing)
Our professionals develop future-proof systems, integrated Web3 ecommerce and royalties-supported marketplaces
Technologies stabilize 3rd party grading
Provides counterfeit detection
Lateral market opportunities
Our grading reports, driven by DNN/AI analysis, rely on advanced laser technology to gather precise physical data. This meticulous approach enhances grading accuracy and provides a strong defense against counterfeiting, ensuring authenticity in every assessment.
Michael Johnson is the innovator behind collectibles' digital fingerprint and third-party grading automation using deep neural networks and AI, aimed at standardization.
He integrated blockchain, NFTs, smart contracts, and shared royalties for global web3 marketplaces, extending to smartphone apps. This initiative engages consumers directly, stabilizes grading, and combats counterfeiting.
Mike Siegel, COO, age 40 is Managing Member of Siegel Lawn Care, LLC located in Des Moines, IA
since April 2003. Mr. Siegel is an entrepreneur and avid numismatist having top registry positions of
numismatics collectibles and owns and operates multiple businesses in the Des Moines, IA area His
passion is technology and innovation within the numismatics and sports trading card industries.
Mike’s experiences as an entrepreneur started when he was very young with his family's business. Mike is an investor and a Director of Coin and Cards Auctions, joining the Board in May 2021.
Dr. Gary Chingren, a seasoned orthopedic surgeon with 33 years of distinguished service and Board of Directors of a physician-owned surgery center, has seamlessly woven his passion for coins into a profound perspective on numismatics.
As an avid collector for over six decades, Gary observed a glaring issue within the current grading system. The absence of objective standards meant that every submission yielded disparate grades—a challenge he deeply understood.
This realization ignited Gary's commitment to reshape numismatics. Gary's belief in standardization resonated with collectors and traders who shared his quest for reliable grading and transparent sales.
Mike Ellis, a numismatic luminary, began his coin journey at 8. He transitioned from the Navy to a prolific coin career, serving four terms as ANA Governor. His Honorary Doctorate in Numismatic celebrates his contributions.
Joining our board underlines his commitment to solving industry issues—countering counterfeits, standardizing grading, and securing collectible wealth transfer. Mike's vision shapes a transparent, secure future for collectors and investors globally. His story shows the profound impact of passion and dedication on an entire industry.
Joe Coy attended Drake University and received a BA in Economics with a minor in Finance.
Joe started his career in the financial business helping high net worth individuals and businesses gain more wealth and to become more profitable. He has managed upwards of $100 million of client's assets. Because of his business acumen, successful clients engaged him as a consultant in their businesses which included several medical clinics across the country.
Recently Joe has been involved in several REG CF and REG D offerings helping companies raise capital and ultimately to go public. Joe has been a serial entrepreneur all of his career.
Ramesh Majji is a highly accomplished and experienced Chief Technology Officer and Engineering Executive, with a proven track record of developing cutting-edge software products and solutions for leading Fortune 100 companies. Prior to joining Coin and Cards Auctions Inc. in 2022, he held key positions at prominent organizations such as Marriott (2019-2022), Universal Studios (2017-2019), and Disney (2008-2017).
Ramesh's unwavering passion for technology and innovation spans across various industries, including the numismatics and sports trading industries. As the Chief Technology Officer and Director at Coin and Cards Auctions Inc., Ramesh brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Board, further strengthening the company's leadership in the field.
Mr. Kamal has over 20 plus years of excellent leadership skills, strong business acumen and great ability to effectively manage, lead & supervise multidisciplinary teams globally. Prior to joining Coin and Card Auctions Inc., Russell was running his own software consulting company IPARTZ Inc. since 2020. In the past he worked for Oracle (2015 to 2020), Disney (2012 to 2015), NCR (2006 to 2012) and many other organizations and played key leadership roles.
Experienced working on complex applications in many different industries (Financial, Retail, Entertainment, Hospitality & Healthcare). Russell has been responsible for 100 million plus revenue across North America, EMEA & APAC, he led efforts to develop & deliver best in class services to thousands of clients.
Ron Brown, a devoted numismatic enthusiast, embarked on his coin collecting journey at 10 years old in Wisconsin. He's a lifelong member of ANA, FUN, and CONECA.
As a CONECA board member and Richmond Coin Club's first Idaho member, Ron's influence is undeniable. He specializes in U.S. and Canadian coin die varieties, assisting collectors in their attributions. His columns—"FUN Variety Topics" for FUN's magazine and "Treasures among Treasure” for CONECA's ErrorScope—showcase his expertise.
Steve Blakesley, Director is managing member of Cobalt Maintenance LLC, a real estate development and General Contracting company founded in 2016 and located in Des Moines, IA and Managing Member and founder of Ice Pro Shop, LLC located in Des Moines, IA.
Steve joined the Coin and Card Auctions Board of Directors in September 2021and is an avid numismatist and sports trading card collector.
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In our recent webinar, we embarked on a journey deep into the heart of collectibles, exploring how Coin and Card Auctions, Inc. is transforming this dynamic market. If you couldn't make it or want to relive the highlights, we've got you covered.
Discover how we're addressing the challenges that have held the collectibles market back for far too long.
Learn about our mission and how we're bringing transparency, accuracy, and value to the collectibles market using cutting-edge technology and blockchain integration.
Explore the longstanding issues of subjective grading, counterfeit threats, and a lack of transparency that have hindered the industry's growth.
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