ASKfm ICO (ASKT Token): Latest Cryptocurrency Coin Updates?
The social network famous among teenagers, might be ready to launch its own Initial Coin Offering (ICO). Many companies out there, social networks, and messaging apps, are trying to raise funds through a token sale.
There are many rumours circulating on the website about Ask.fm trying to build a blockchain platform, product and virtual currency. The social network it is searching for individuals, developers, and blockchain experts that will help them with the development of a global blockchain project.
At the same time, Ask.fm has been buying different domain names, including askfmico.com, icoaskfm.com and other similar names. Moreover, other similar websites like ask-fm.pro are calling the attention of some of us.
Apparently, answers given on the social platform would become an asset that you will be paid for. If the answer becomes popular, the more you will get paid, but if it does not prosper, then it will generate just a few cents. The token used to pay users will be the ASKT token.
About ASKfm Platform
At the moment, the social platform has 215 million individuals registered in almost 170 countries and in 49 different languages.
ASKfm 2.0 CEO Max Tsaryk, commented about that:
“We are setting our high-loaded blockchain Q&A platform – that’s why we are introducing a new cryptocurrency token not on a whim but out of conceptual necessity. Blockchain opens a path to democratic environments, to self-regulating economic models governed by markets laws and mechanisms.”
ASKfm ICO Sale Details
The dates of the pre and main sales have not been confirmed yet. It seems that over 50% will be offered to the investors during the ICO at 0.1 USD per ASKT. There will be 2,000,000,000 ASKT tokens available. In the future, ASKfm 2.0 will launch the technical information about the token, about how it will work and the distribution.
The project is now being maintained by a team of lawyers and experts from the United Kingdom and Ukraine. By tokenizing the platform, 215 million users, which are aged between 15 and 24, may have the first contact with virtual currencies and blockchain technology.