Spotcoin Weekly Roundup October 15

Racing towards our ICO, now just one week away, it would be easy to say that we are approaching a finish line preceded by a year of hard work often marked by 80-hour work weeks. The truth is that the SPOT ICO is just the beginning that leads to the Spotcoin digital exchange coming online and the future growth of all our business plans.

Our whitelisting re-opened just last week, and our total number of potential buyers has swelled just like our Telegram audience! We have several hundred whitelisted people already, and interested buyers have represented over 90 different nationalities. How cool is that? So, if you haven’t whitelisted yet, make sure you do that as soon as you can. It’s the only way to guarantee that your documentation is in order before the ICO kicks off on October 22 at 18:00 (UTC+4).

And while that is going on, our community is growing like never before! Our Telegram community grew to nearly 28,000 members this week! You can always chat to our amazing team in the Spotcoin Team channel, and keep up to date with the Spotcoin News group. We have a fun and interesting community, and some great managers ready for your questions and insight.

No matter how much the digital currency market fluctuates, and it does that rapidly, we’re still amazingly excited. Markets fluctuate. It’s what they do. And exchanges are often the best positioned to profit when volumes are high. And SPOT token holders will receive benefits from the fruits of our labor.

SPOT holders get two different dividends: We will distribute a 51% weekly payout from all exchange fees collected by Spotcoin to our SPOT token holders, who will also receive a dividend paid from 12% of the quarterly profits secured by all other business lines.

It’s a good time to jump on board the ICO that still carries a respectable 4.3 out of 5 on ICO Bench. As one of the Reddit users said to one of our teammates about the Spotcoin ICO: “To enter the market in these conditions seems to suggest your team prefers to walk the walk instead of talking the talk.”

Yeah, it’s a good time to be Spotcoin.

Interested in more Spotcoin?

Join our Telegram community: Spotcoin Team, Spotcoin News, and Spotcoin Bounty.

Take a look at our complete ICO offering here.

Read our Whitepaper here, for more details.

Check out our in-depth publications on Medium.com

Visit spotcoin.com, where we make digital currencies work for everyone.

Residents and citizens of the countries are prohibited from taking part in the SPOT public sales: the United States, US territories, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Serbia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Vanuatu, and Yemen.

However, certified accredited U.S. investors can take part in the SPOT private sale. Any investment in digital currencies comes at a risk. No one should invest money that he or she can not afford to lose.

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