$360,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$10Initial Offering Share Price
12/2021Initial Offering Date
Germany believed the Enigma machine enciphered unbreakable communications and used it to create some of the most top-secret messages of World War II. Our #ENIGMA is a fully operational three-rotor Enigma I electromechanical cipher machine produced for the German military in 1935. It features an ebonite Steckerbrett [plugboard] on the front, which was exclusive to the German armed forces and exponentially increased the complexity of the code.
“Germany produced about 20,000 Enigma machines during the 1930s and ’40s, but only a handful of these have survived to the present day, making the devices a prized collector’s item.”— Smithsonian Magazine | December 2020
German electrical engineer Arthur Scherbius files a patent for “a cipher machine based on rotating wired wheels.” Initially meant for the commercial market, the machine is called the “Enigma.”
After learning the British had successfully intercepted coded messages during World War One, the German military begins using the Enigma.
#ENIGMA is produced for the German military.
The Polish researchers assigned to crack the Enigma hand their work over to the Allied Forces as Germany invades during the September Campaign.
British mathematician Alan Turing helps develop a technique called “Banburismus,” which helps decrypt German naval messages.
Turing develops a code-breaking technique called “Turingery” which proves to be instrumental in the Allied code-breaking efforts for the remainder of the war.
Turing is sent to the U.S. as part of a joint code-breaking effort between the U.S. and U.K.
Benedict Cumberbatch stars in “The Imitation Game,” a film that tells the story of Turing’s work during World War Two.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #ENIGMA and offer it on the Rally platform.
The Enigma I was a cipher machine used by the German military to send encrypted messages during the Second World War. Alan Turing (the subject of the 2014 film “The Imitation Game”) led efforts to decrypt the Nazi’s Enigma communications, playing an instrumental role in the Allied victory. #ENIGMA is a 1935 fully operational three-rotor Enigma I electromechanical cipher machine. It’s estimated that around 20,000 Enigma machines of various types were produced in the 1930’s and 1940’s with only around 50 known to reside in museums today.Invest Now
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