PRESS RELEASE. Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 29th of November, 2021: TabTrader is excited to announce the launch of our own token (TTT) on Solanium and AcceleRaytor on December 1 🚀, aspiring to be the ‘ultimate trading terminal’; we are now on the way to drastically expand. DeFi is the future and TabTrader 2.0 makes sure to be a part of it!
Following a recent closing of an $5.8 million equity round, TabTrader is ready to launch TTT to incentivize trading and accrue value for token holders. By participating in the IDO, users are taking active part in the project’s development, can benefit from a limited time offer, and an interesting investment opportunity given the scale of growth of the company. Tokens will be used within the platform in the future. Token holders will be able to use them for in-app purchases, as well as for transaction fees, and governance.
⚫️ White Paper
Persons located in or residents of the United States, North Korea, Iran, Venezuela, any sanctioned countries as provided by OFAC, or any other jurisdiction in which it is prohibited from using any of the services offered on the Raydium and Solanium websites, are not permitted to participate in this token sale.
About TabTrader: TabTrader is a mobile app that allows users to trade cryptocurrencies on multiple exchanges in one experience. The company was founded by Kirill Suslov and is based in Amsterdam. It will help you stock performance and price and data analysis. All that information and analysis will definitely make you a wiser crypto investor. TabTrader is one of the most used Cryptocurrency Portfolio Tracker.
How to participate
Discord will be the main channel for all the news and requests about the IDO.
Author: Petr Lehto
Telegram Community: https://t.me/tabtrader_en
E-mail: [email protected]
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