CoinList hat den Verkauf von HUMAN-Token angekündigt
CoinList announced the upcoming sale of HUMAN tokens, registration for which is already begun.
What is HUMAN
The HUMAN Protocol is our future, which is a complete synergy between people and robots. The startup team strives to make the collaboration of humans and artificial intelligence as efficient as possible by automating job markets. They will make repeated duties run by machines, and people will work exclusively on what interests them.
Main features of HUMAN (HMT)
- Applied efficiency HUMAN-based applications are accepted by millions of people every month
- Empowering employees and companies the project allows companies and their employees to maximize their own resources by delegating routine tasks to artificial intelligence
- Supporting global labor markets the project allows for the formulation of decentralized labor markets where there is no need for mediators, and the HUMAN Protocol awards ensure compliance with the rules and honest work
Sale on CoinList
Registration: already open
End of registration: June 15, 14:00 UTC
Sales will take place in several options:
Start of Option 1 of sales: June 17, 17:00 UTC
End of Option 1 of sales: June 22, 23:59 UTC
Start of Option 2 of sales: June 17, 17:00 UTC
End of Option 2 of sales: June 22, 23:59 UTC
Sales volume: up to 100 million tokens 10% of the total emission during Option 1 of sales and up to 20 million tokens 2% of the total emission during Option 2 of sales
Price: $0.50 per token for Option 1 and $0.75 per Token for Option 2
Funding methods: BTC, USDT, ETH, USDC
Minimum purchase: $100 for both sales options
Maximum Purchase: $2,000 in Option 1 Sales and $1,000 in Option 2 Sales
Token blocking period: when buying at $0.50 per token blocking funds for a year, when buying at $0.75 per token blocking funds until August 10, 2021
Please note that sales options have different pools. Users with access will be able to participate in both options.
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