$BURP** launches IDO on Polkastarter: Join the Whitelist
The journey to democratize NFTs began in March with the alpha version of the DeFi | NFT Wallet. $BURP** have now launched an IDO on Polkastarter to bring the community even closer. To be a part of $BURP’s** mission, join the Whitelist for the upcoming IDO on July 26th!
$BURP** couldn’t be happier to launch the Initial Decentralised Offering (IDO) on one of the most popular decentralised exchanges, Polkastarter, and give the community the chance to be a $BURP** token holder.
But first, users need to apply to join the Whitelist and, if eligible, be one of the first people to be a proud $BURP** owner.
The $BURP** Token: The Gateway for rare NFTs.
Are you looking to be one of the first holders of $BURP**? 👀
The lucky winners will be an integral part of CoinBurp’s development. The ambitious roadmap will lead CoinBurp to a new update in September, integrating OpenSea and FIAT gateways in the official CeDeFi app. With that update, users will be able to link their bank account (EUR or GBP) in a few steps and buy NFTs from their favorite marketplaces. On top of the buying experience, CoinBurp offers an institutional-grade solution to store NFTs safely and allow transfers between wallets (e.g., Metamask).
Furthermore, as a holder of the $BURP** token, you’ll get the chance to gain rare NFTs from CoinBurp’s partners, including The Sandbox, NFT Boxes, Polkamon, Ethermon, ChainGuardians, CryptoProphecies and more. Beyond the rewards, you’ll have a higher multiplier when staking $BURP**, earning more from your initial investment.
The maximum supply of 500M tokens and the limited supply available on the IDO (< 1% of the supply) making $BURP** even more valuable for early holders. Click below for more information about the $BURP** token.
But first, what is the Whitelist?
Polkastarter works with a Whitelist model where users go through a pre-selection (including KYC processes) to become eligible to the IDO (July 26th) and be the first holders of the $BURP** token.
To be eligible to enter the Polkastarter Whitelist, you’ll need to hold at least 250 POLS — Polkstarter’s native token. For more detailed information about Polkastarter whitelists, visit below:
Polkastarter Whitelists Just Got A Whole Lot Better
Users chances of being whitelisted for a Polkastarter IDO just went 📈📈📈 CoinBurp has a lot to share with you today, and…
Check the key dates to remember in this process:
Announcement of when the Whitelist is closed: July 22nd, 21:00 UTC
Start Date of the KYC process for winners: July 23rd
End Date of the KYC process for winners: July 25th
Announcement of the final list of KYC-eligible winners: July 25th
Stay tuned for more updates next week when CoinBurp announces the winners here on the blog and across the social media channels:
CoinBurp is a leading cryptocurrency exchange in the UK, offering an easy to go solution to buy, store and transfer the most popular crypto-assets. Beyond crypto trading, CoinBurp is on a mission to democratize and simplify access to NFTs.
CoinBurp recently launched the alpha version of the DeFi | NFT Wallet to facilitate buying, storing, and transferring NFTs. A key part of CoinBurp’s ambitious roadmap is the $BURP** token, now available in the public sales.
Stay tuned to the channels and upcoming updates. All about the product, roadmap, and native token:
Introducing CoinBurp Wallet & $BURP** token
An NFT-first crypto wallet connecting the worlds of CeFi and DeFi, underpinned by our very own utility and governance…
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