Creating a Clean Source of Energy

Affordable, Dense and Emissions-free.

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Raising in one day
during Private Sale
in May 2018
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The project is led by
Fedor Zaitscev is a
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Russia in ITER
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electricity exchange
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Using 1 gram of Nickel
we extract energy,
equivalent to burning 102 litres of gasoline.

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Energy Sources Comparison

Cost for 1 MWh
48 USD 39 USD 32 USD 34 USD 0.70 USD

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at the International Conference ICCF22

Italy, September 2019. Bob Greenyer.
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Nuclear fusion means bumping two atoms together with a result of significant energy release. Essentially, this is what happens in the core of the Sun. Nuclear fusion has been of great interest for scientists for over 50 years, starting with first experimental units called TOKOMAK in Russia. It is again on the rise these days with several projects around the world, like $23b-worth ITER in France.

The goal is to one day produce clean, almost limitless energy by fusing atoms together rather than splitting them apart which is what happens in every nuclear power station.

But this process of hot nuclear fusion requires enormously high temperatures of hundreds of millions Celsius which implies extremely high costs and puts the energy generation well below the breakeven point. Another significant problem is tritium which would be used in such future fusion reactors as fuel, since it is radioactive, non-existent in nature and can be produced in uranium fission reactors.

Luckily, there is a way to trigger nuclear fusion at much lower temperatures, even at room temperature and below. One such method has been known since the 1950s and is called muon catalyzed fusion. It was first predicted in 1947 and experimentally proven in 1956.

Muons are pretty similar to electrons, but 207 times heavier, letting nuclei fuse easily, provided that certain conditions are met. The fuel in this method is non-radioactive deuterium (heavy hydrogen), which is sourced from normal sea water. The only significant issue with this type of nuclear fusion is that muons do not live long and all known methods of their creation require more energy than the energy that can be obtained as a result of the reaction.

DENEUM creates an efficient way to calatyze nuclear fusion at relatively low temperatures. In our most successful experiment we managed to consume 3 times less energy than what was obtained at the output.

To get to the commercial stage we need to get at least twice higher efficiency. When it happens it will open up truly incredible opportunities:

Electric cars, air vehicles
and sea transport will have
on-board fuel generation
Residential heat and electricity
will not require connection to grid
Carbon fuels as energy sources
will loose economic sense.
The CO2 emissions will begin to drop.

Independent Chemical Analysis Results

An elemental composition analysis of the substance of samples taken in different parts of the reactor was made at the SynthesTech Research Center, Amtertech, Moscow State University, Coolescence (USA) using energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy.

Many elements were found, including those that were initially absent in fuel and structural materials (V, Ga, Co, Sr, Yb, Hf). Calcium content increased significantly.

Uppsala University, Sweden, conducted isotopic analysis of substances for detection of isotopic anomalies. Significant changes in the isotopic composition of nickel, as well as tungsten, have not been detected. 

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Moscow State University
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Institute of Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Crystal Chemistry of Rare Elements
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Institute of Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Crystal Chemistry of Rare Elements —Protocol
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DENEUM incorporates 7 labs
The main lab is located in Tallinn, Estonia.
One of thousands of experiments:
Silicon Carbide, Nickel, Hydrogen and Palladium
World’s first Tadahiko Mizuno
Experiment replication, Part 1
World’s first Tadahiko Mizuno
Experiment replication, Part 2
Private lab demonstration for investors,
experts and media

DENEUM will construct three power stations in Estonia for selling electricity to energy consumers in 15 countries through the NordPool grid.


The world largest electricity exchange. Covers 15 European countries and growing.
Yearly turnover — 524 TWh.
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Turning Experimental Success into Business

Selling Electricity Directly to Consumers

The main DENEUM product is a modular DENEUM POWER STATION, with the output power of 50KW.

The company will be parking DENEUM POWER STATION close to energy consumers, such as manufacturing, mining farms, residential districts and household microgrids.

The payment vehicle is the DNM Token. Energy onsumers will be purchasing DNM Tokens from the market for further exchange into electricity, thus supporting DNM price on a constant long-term basis.

How can I benefit from this?
By purchasing DNM on IEO.
Minimum investment: $56.5


Selling Electricity through NordPool grid

Constructing power stations based on the modular DENEUM POWER STATION units, with a calculated capacity of 10MW each. Selling electricity to energy consumers in 15 European countries via NordPool network.

The first step is to build three 10MW power stations in Estonia, where the main lab is located and where memorandums of understanding with NordPool and grid operators are already achieved. Next, constructing a few tens of power stations in Europe and expanding to other continents.

The average yearly revenue of each power station: 3.6 mln EUR. The calculated EBITDA: 2.7 mln EUR.

How can I benefit from this?
By purchasing convertible notes.
Minimum investment: $25,000


DNM: Token Supported
by Electricity Prices

  • One Deneum Token (DNM) represents 1 MWh of electricity
  • The wholesale price of 1 MWh of electricity averages at $49.9.
    The price of DNM on IEO - $5.65.
MAY 2018
Token Price
RAISED: $720,000
Token Price
1 MWh price
1 MWh price
Higher than DNM on IEO

Buying DNM on IEO you will be able to sell them to large energy consumers which will use them for exchange into megawatt hours.

DNM cannot cost cheap if the project succeeds, as the possibility of arbitration will open: everyone will be able to buy the token at a low price, receive a supply of electricity and sell it directly to the grid at a higher price.


Why buy on IEO?

The only possibility to get in earlier than big players

The sweet-spot timing: The project has passed the “dead valley” , but has not yet opened doors to corporations and venture capital where private investors won’t be able to join.

token supply

Token supply on IEO is limited to 95,000 DNM. External supply after listing is eliminated either: all circulating tokens are locked till December 12th, 2019.

Bonuses for first-minutes investors

Special bonuses for those who succeed in buying DNM in the first minutes of IEO. Learn more about the bonuses through the button below.


Overall IEO Token Distribution

105,000 DNM
Locked till Jan 25th, 2020
210,000 DNM
Available for IEO
Research & Development
Inventors and researchers support
Equipment and materials


Dmitry Samoylovskikh
Dmitry Samoylovskikh
Founder, CEO
Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe

Co-founder of Tesla Amazing — a successful international company, founded on Kickstarter. All obligations fulfilled on time. All obligations fulfilled on time.

Interview on Russian National TV Russia 24.

Higher School of Economics, Management, Stock Exchange and Investments. Master degree
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Alexander Parkhomov, PhD
Alexander Parkhomov, PhD
Research and Experimenta
Leading global researcher in the field of low temperature fusion and transmutation.

Dr. Parkhomov led a research team at the Moscow Aviation Institute, which studied the properties of ultra-low-energy neutrinos.

Author an co-author of 130 scientific publications.
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Sergey Godin
Sergey Godin
Research and Measurementz
Expert in digital and analogue electronics, electrotechnics, measuring devices, signals analysing and experimental setups.

Main fields of expertise: experimental plasma physics, electrodynamics, and vortex plasmatic stations. Author of numerous scientific works and patents. Moscow Institute of Electrotechnics
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Fedor Zaitsev, PhD
Fedor Zaitsev, PhD
The representative of Russian Federation in the ITER project.

Scientific research: fundamentals of new energy sources; physics of plasma, electromagnetic and gravitational phenomena;

Author of 200 scientific publications, 8 books.

Moscow State University.
Vladimir Bytchkov, PhD
Vladimir Bytchkov, PhD
Member of Russian Academy of Science: low temperature plasma.

Leading researcher at Moscow State University.

Scientific research: low temperature plasma physics, chemistry and dynamics; atmosphere physics.

Author and co-author of 237 publications and books.
Konstantin Klimov, PhD
Konstantin Klimov, PhD
International scientist of the year — Gold Medal Award, 2007.

Professor at, Moscow Aviation Institute.

Main fields of competence: Electromagnetic Analysis and Engineering, Microwave Engineering, Plasma.

Author of 122 publication, 6 patents, 71 citations.
Evgeny Yaschchenko
Evgeny Yaschchenko
Lead Coordinator
Extensive experience on the technical side of experimental physics, Space Aircraft Life Support Systems, cryogenic and extra-high temperatures.

Assessing bio protection systems at Kurskaya Nuclear Station’s fuel assembly storage and recycling complex.

Bauman Moscow State Technical University
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Vadim Antonov
Vadim Antonov
Product Design
UX Design, branding and interfaces specialist.

Art directing “Svyaznoy Bank” brand creation, which was awarded “The Brand of the Year, EFFIE Russia” award in 2011.
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Maria Lapuk
Maria Lapuk
Public Relations
Over 10 years of experience in digital PR. One of the most recognized PR leaders in the region.

Maria’s awards include «PR Profile of the Year 2015», «Most Influential Networker 2013», «PR Professional of the Year 2012”
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Vitaly Ocheretin
Vitaly Ocheretin
Head of IT
Over 11 years of experience within web and mobile development, system analytics, analytics of business processes.

Leading the whole stack of IT development at DENEUM.

Souther Federal University of Russia.
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Bogdan Fiedur
Bogdan Fiedur
Smart contracts developer, crypto investor and concultant, entrepreneur, advisor.

President of

Over 24 years of experience in IT, e-commerce, blockchain and machine learning.
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Wulf Kaal
Wulf Kaal, PhD
Leading expert at the intersection of law, business and technology. His research focuses on innovation, technology, blockchain technology applications, smart contracts, hedge funds and dynamic regulatory methods.
Director of the Private Investment Fund Institute (PIFI).
Before entering the academy, he was associated with Cravath, Swain & Moore LLP, in New York, and Goldman Sachs in London, UK
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First Research and Experiments begin
JULY 2012
1st Successful experiment
European Patent Filed
MAY 2018
Private Sale successfuly completed
JUNE 2018
New Lan in Opened in Tallinn, Estonia
G1 Experimental Unit Launched
Expanding to 7 labs
IEO & Equity Round A
Crowdsourcing campaign on InnoCentive (TBA)
MARCH 2020
Expanding to 15 labs
First Public Demonstration
END of 2020 (TBA)
First Sales of Electricity to the Grid via NordPool