Get your documents pre-cleared for the October 22 ICO
Are you ready for the ICO? It’s just around the corner. That means it is now time to join the Spotcoin Whitelist. The ICO Whitelist opened on Monday, October 8th at 18:00 (UTC+4), and with it, your chance to pass your KYC/AML process and be first in line to purchase SPOT on October 22nd.
All SPOT token buyers are required to pass the KYC/AML process before joining the ICO. This is your way to get a headstart, collect your documentation, and take care of any issues that pop up during the procedure before the public sale begins. Spotcoin’s experience shows that during the first days of the ICO, their KYC/AML process will likely be very busy, so mark your calendars and get the procedural part done as soon as possible!
The ICO Details
With the ICO Spotcoin is giving its community a chance to get in ahead of the line. You must make a minimum investment of 50 SPOT, with the maximum at 1,000,000 SPOT. Each SPOT is priced at $0.50 USD, and you will be able to purchase with BTC, ETH, NEO, or GAS, as well as USD and EUR by bank transfer.
Spotcoin has committed up to 50,000,000 SPOT for the ICO. Now, remember, Spotcoin’s airdrops and pre-ICO sales went well, and even some stages selling out in a matter of hours, so there is a demand. You want to hold the supply.
And what do you get for supporting Spotcoin?
When you invest in the Spotcoin ICO, you get the opportunity to buy a token that earns you dividends within weeks of our digital exchange coming online. Other tokens from exchanges that provide dividends have shown substantial gains in their spot price as well. Every week, they will pay out 51% the total of the exchange fees to our token holders, per ratio of the number of SPOT tokens they hold. On top of that, they offer 12% of the net profits of our other Spotcoin business lines, like our OTC, mining operations and SpotPay, as a quarterly dividend. Spotcoin will also help the masses access the smart economy using more local currency pairs in the Black Sea Region, where this is not currently available. That’s not a bad prospect for a proper return on investment!
Follow these steps to complete the Spotcoin whitelisting:
1. Join the Spotcoin Team Telegram.
2. Register at Spotcoin.com.
3. Complete the KYC/AML process online.
4. Prepare for the ICO to open on October 22nd.
And when you buy SPOT?
The ICO starts October 22nd at 18:00 (GMT/UTC +4) and ends on October 27, 2018, at 18:00 (GMT/UTC +4). That’s only a week! So, have your KYC/AML ready, so you aren’t delayed. You don’t want to miss out.
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Residents and citizens of the countries are prohibited from taking part in the SPOT public sales: the United States, US territories, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Serbia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Vanuatu, and Yemen.
However, certified accredited U.S. investors can take part in the SPOT private sale. Chinese and South Korean investors can participate in the private sale when paying with digital currencies, after signing the SAFT form and completing the KYC /AML process. Any investment in digital currencies comes at a risk. No one should invest money that he or she can not afford to lose.
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