Crypviser’s CVCoin Trades on OpenLedger; Bigger Exchanges Coming
Crypviser has recently finished the token distribution process, allowing the CVCoin token to be traded on the OpenLedger Decentralized Exchange. Plans for centralized exchanges have also been revealed.
Crypviser, CVCoin and the ICO
Online privacy is one of the most pressing issues of today’s internet. Although access to privacy-oriented tools continues to improve over time, other applications that do not focus on privacy often present themselves as a more intuitive alternative. Blockchain technology has been on the fringe of financial privacy and now, thanks to the Crypviser project, it may play an important in communications privacy and its mainstream adoption.
Focusing on privacy and end-to-end message encryption, Crypviser is leveraging the advantages provided by the blockchain technology to create an all-in-one network for secure social and business communications. The platform’s native token, CVCoin, will be required in order to interact with the communications platform and for in-chat payments.
Following a successful Initial Coin Offering (ICO) period, he token distribution process has been completed with campaign participants receiving their CVCoins in the form of a Bitshares-based asset. A previous Facebook post made by the team explains why the BTS blockchain was chosen:
Crypviser chose the Bitshares platform powered by OpenLedger based on its key features, which match Crypvisers technical requirements and ideology. The Bitshares platform is one of the most powerful, secure and scalable blockchain networks available today.
The team has also released some ICO statistics that show just how popular privacy tools can be. The campaign gathered over $3.4 Million in several cryptocurrencies and distributed 5.5 Million CVCoin tokens to roughly 3000 unique investors. Since then, the Crypviser community has grown at an outstanding speed and currently counts with more than 8000 members in various multi-lingual sub communities.
The Crypviser team believes that the future of exchanges and trade platforms in decentralized blockhchain world belongs the decentralized exchanges.
Although trading hasn’t been officially announced by the Crypviser team, trades are already taking place within the OpenLedger exchange. The team has warned that the prices seen on these “pre-markets” may not reflect the real market price of the CVCoin token, given their low volume and the lack of availability on traditional platforms.
What is next for Crypviser?
With the CVCoin token distributed to ICO participants, Crypviser moves on to the next stages of development, including getting the token listed on traditional exchanges. Although the CVCoin is available on the OpenLedger DEX, Crypviser announced a plan which involves starting with the bigger exchanges like Bittrex, Poloniex and Kraken, and moving on to smaller markets like C-CEX and others.
Crypviser will also commence the development of their own wallet which will provide token holders with an intuitive interface for token interaction. Along with the development of a new wallet, they will also launch an official website for the project and the CrypNews media channel, a platform that will feature the latest news in the world of Blockchain Tech & Cryptography.
Further down the line, the team will release an early Alfa version of the Crypvise App for social communication which will be available for to CVCoin ICO early bird participants.
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