|Pre-sale Time:||14 Feb, 2018 - 8 Mar, 2018|
|ICO Time:||14 Jun, 2018 - 19 Jul, 2018|
|Whitelist/KYC:||Whitelist & Kyc|
|Available for sale:||50,000,000 LQD|
|Pre-sale Price:||1 LQD = 0.611097656 USD|
|Hard cap:||71,607 ETH|
Excited by REVIVE, we developed the first alpha version for Li - quidity.Network, and launched a private Liquidity.Network hub.
Launch of the official Liquidity.Network web-site, FAQ, whitepaper, engage the community and public roadmap.
Based on the community feedback we adopt improvement ideas and attract talent to join the Liquidity. Network development.
Deploy Liquidity.Network hub MVP and give early bird access. Build a strong community. Optimize the hub.
Network Publish the official and stable Liquidity. Network version. Include web and mobile wallets. Enable inter-hub operability with REVIVE.
Enable the Liquidity. Network to perform exchanges of ERC-20 tokens. Faster and more cost efficient trading than other decentralized solutions.
To join the main sale, every contributor must first join the whitelist through joining our telegram channel http://t.me/liquiditynetwork and registering an Ethereum address with our chat bot, @BIGwig_bot.
The KYC process starts under https://ico.liquidity.network. Limited seats available, first come first served! Filling out the KYC documents requires an Authentication Code that you get from our friendly telegram bot @bigwig_bot after whitelisting. Together with your Ethereum address, this allows you to upload the KYC documents. All contributors will need to go through KYC to be under strict compliance with Swiss law.
Dutch auction parameters for the main sale will be communicated
The tokens will be sold in a Dutch auction to give participants a fair opportunity at an acceptable valuation. Dutch auctions are widely accepted as one of the best mechanisms for fair price discovery and have been the models for both crypto (e.g. Polkadot) and traditional companies (e.g. Google). The token price in a dutch auction is initially very high (i.e. the cap is high) and goes down with time. The longer the auction lasts, the lower the cap becomes, and the lower the token price ends up. Participants can bid at their preferred moment during the auction. A dutch auction is avoiding a transaction-fee bidding contest and also avoids a blockchain congestion.
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