KuCoin, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges globally, will be conducting an Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) for $BURP**.
The team has been working hard on launching the easiest application in crypto to discover, buy, and send NFTs and are now ready to launch the public sale to get the community even more involved.
The choice to team up with KuCoin, a global leading crypto exchange, to conduct an IEO, will make it easy for any crypto enthusiast to become one of the first holders of $BURP**.
In this case, KuCoin manages the raising process and makes it easy for you to buy and store the $BURP** token by simply accessing your exchange wallet and start trading.
More details about the IEO date will be published soon, with locking up periods and details on how to be a part of it very soon.
But first, what is $BURP**, and how can you be a part of it?
One key element of that bridge between NFTs and the CoinBurp community is the launch of the $BURP** token. You’ll be able to stake the $BURP** token in your own non-custodial wallet, while holders will be a key part of its governance and direction.
On top of staking and more use-cases on the horizon, you’ll have the chance to earn rare NFT rewards from selected partners (The Sandbox, Avastars, NFT Boxes, Polychain Monsters, Ethermon, ChainGuardians, CryptoProphecies and more). Newly issued NFTs will have greater staking multipliers, allowing you to gain even more from the $BURP** token.
Let’s move into the numbers.
The $BURP** token will have a maximum supply of 500M tokens, which will be reached by 2028, and have 57% of the supply at the hands of end-users.
In future public sales, there will be 1% of the supply available with no locking up period, meaning you’ll be able to trade it from day one.
You can find all the information about tokenomics here.
Ready to be a part of the NFT revolution?
Soon we we’ll be combining the worlds of Centralised Finance (CeFi) and DeFi, creating a seamless experience to discover, buy and store NFTs from your favourite marketplaces.
After the public sales this summer, plans are to launch of the next version of the DeFi | NFT Wallet in September, integrating with OpenSea and the full support for FIAT integration (EUR & USD).
The role of the $BURP** token will only increase, and the participation of all token holders will be key to make NFTs accessible to everyone and re-shape digital ownership.
Click below to read more information about the IEO on KuCoin:
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Stay tuned for more details on the IEO with KuCoin and become one of the first holders of the promising $BURP** token!
CoinBurp comprises a determined team of experienced crypto enthusiasts changing how you interact, buy and collect digital assets. CoinBurp is a leading crypto trading platform registered by the FCA in the UK while shortening the gap between CeFi and the DeFi revolution.
With the future updates on the DeFi and NFT Wallet, you’ll be able to set up FIAT gateways while seamlessly buying, storing, and collecting NFTs from a variety of partners and marketplaces.
Launched in September 2017, KuCoin is a global cryptocurrency exchange for over 400 digital assets. It currently provides Spot trading, Margin trading, P2P fiat trading, Futures trading, Staking, and Lending to its 8 million users in 207 countries and regions around the world. In 2018, KuCoin secured $20 million in Round A funding from IDG Capital and Matrix Partners. According to CoinMarketCap, KuCoin is currently the fifth biggest crypto exchange. In 2021, Forbes named KuCoin as one of the Best Crypto Exchanges for 2021. Learn more about KuCoin’s commitment to making crypto mainstream: https://www.kucoin.com/
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** The above tokens are issued by Cede Fields LTD (a company incorporated in the British Virgin Islands) and distributed by Kucoin and Gate.io.
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