Guest post from the Spotcoin team.
Spotcoin is on a mission: We are making digital currencies work for everyone, and to do that we need to be nimble, agile, and completely focused on our community.
Having listened to your feedback, we are excited to share with you some news today. Spotcoin will officially open up a Pre-ICO flash sale beginning on May 1, rewarding our community with a 20-percent discount on SPOT tokens for anyone buying a minimum of 2,500 tokens worth $1,000 USD.
The Pre-ICO round has no lock-up period, and is capped at $1 Million USD with tokens priced at $0.40 USD. This window will only stay open until May 7, and we already have heard a great deal of excitement from the Spotcoin early adopters we consulted with in developing this idea.
Translation: We fully expect to sell out our Pre-ICO round.
The decision to open the Pre-ICO now is because we want nothing short of a strong, sustainable scale-up period backed by an outstanding and wide-ranging community, even if that means briefly pausing the Public Sale. We made this decision after hearing from many of you who wanted to take part in the Private Sale, but felt the threshold was too high.
Spotcoin Pre-ICO launches May 1st 6pm (GMT+4) pic.twitter.com/0vUV9uuuoe
— Spotcoin (@therealspotcoin) April 30, 2018
And we were further bolstered by our friends and NEO community colleagues at Effect.AI and Switcheo who see the importance of Spotcoin’s contribution to the Black Sea region, the likelihood of Spotcoin’s success, and the role Spotcoin is already playing in NEO with our City of Zion advisors and associates.
Spotcoin will pick up steam within the NEO community until we’re ready to hit the ICO full throttle.
#Spotcoin looks solid when compared against four other tokenized digital currency exchanges.
We have more digital currency business lines than anyone as part of our pledge to make digital currencies work for everyone.https://t.co/udVGlOtxh3
— Spotcoin (@therealspotcoin) April 28, 2018
To Participate in the Pre-ICO Sale, simply sign up at spotcoin.com and head to your dashboard to register for the Pre-ICO after 6pm (GMT +4:00) on May 1st. Make sure you join our Telegram group, where we will make the first announcement of our new Public Sale date and update the community on the Pre-ICO results.
Pre-ICO buyers will be allowed to spend up to $25,000 during this round. Anyone looking to purchase a higher amount of SPOT is still welcome to participate in the Private Sale, where tokens are currently priced at $0.33 USD, but will rise to $0.35 during the Pre-ICO, and then $0.38 immediately after.
Come join the smart economy at spotcoin.com, where we make digital currencies work for everyone.
Take a look at our complete ICO offering here.
Read our Whitepaper here, for more details.
Residents and citizens of China, South Korea and the United States are prohibited from taking part in the SPOT Pre-ICO and Public sales. However, certified accredited U.S. investors, and the residents and citizens of China and South Korea may take part in the SPOT Private Sale as long as they meet specific investment and KYC/AML requirements.
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