UQUID, a complete solution for earning, saving, and spending 90 different cryptocurrencies, is entering the final week of its hugely successful ICO. To date, the ICO has managed to raise over $12.8 million.
[Note: This is a press release.]
UQUID is a unique cryptocurrency-based payment platform allows users to earn, save, and spend Bitcoin, Ethereum, and 88 other cryptocurrencies. With UQUID, users can pay bills, shop online, and make every day real-world purchases like buying groceries.
Self-described as a “complete ecosystem that provides a hassle-free physical realization of your digital wealth and risk-free investment environment to trade or exchange your digital currency,” UQUID offers a range of services, including e-wallet solutions, reloadable virtual and physical debit cards, mobile top-up, and more.
UQUID ICO Continues to Impress
Launched without all of the glitter and fanfare of some of the more heavily-hyped ICOs, UQUID has managed to set itself apart with a strong, steady performance. In less than 28 days, investors have purchased more than 7 million UQC tokens, raising over $12.8 million USD.
About the UQUID ICO
The UQUID ICO will end on November 7, at 10 AM GMT so there is still time to be a part of this unique and already-successful project. The ICO has entered its fourth stage, meaning that no further discounts are available. The exchange rate of the UQC tokens is 1 ETH = 166 UQC.
Early Bird ———————— Start 10AM GMT 02/10/2017 – Finish 10 PM GMT 07/10/2017
Advance ————————- Start 10PM GMT 07/10/2017 – Finish 10 PM GMT 13/10/2017
Standard ————————- Start 10PM GMT 13/10/2017 – Finish 10PM GMT 19/10/2017
Further On (no discount) —- Start 10PM GMT 19/10/2017 – Finish 10PM GMT 10/11/2017
Once the ICO ends, the allocation of funds will be as follows:
- 45% to development
- 30% to working capital
- 15% to overhead
- 5% to legal
- 5% to marketing
UQUID would like to remind ICO participants that UQC tokens cannot be left on the UQUID platform. All investors must withdraw their tokens by November 15, 2017. Tokens need to be withdrawn to an ERC20 compliant wallet to which investors have full control of their private keys. MyEtherWallet and MetaMask are good examples of such wallets.
Images courtesy of UQUID
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