Royal Coin ICO (ROYL Token): Decentralized Wedding Gift Coin?

The hype around cryptocurrency is building up around all over the globe. In the UK, there is a Royal Wedding fever going on, as they embrace for Prince Harry’s and Meghan Merkle’s wedding, in what is supposed to be the wedding of the year. Now, who would have thought someone is going to merge both these fan-fares in launching a new cryptocurrency called the Royal Coin(ROYL).

There was a need to engage people to be a part of the Royal Wedding in an entirely new and modern way. Not surprisingly this new way happened to be an ICO which helps raise money for charities too. This not only celebrates a marriage, it allows the contributors to get access to unique offerings and a chance to make profits too if the price of ROYL increases in the near future.

About Royal Coin ICO

The ICO and the proceeds for ROYL will be managed by Crown & Country Magazine and will be the first ever Royal themed cryptocurrency. Proceeds raised in the ICO will be distributed among three charities approved by Kensington Palace, Sentebale, The Invictus Games and The Royal Foundation.

Royal Coin’s ICO has been planned in association with the ICO Rocket which is an undertaking service trusted by thousands to vet new ICOs. The launch coincides with the launch of ICO Rocket’s own token sale, thus establishing a mutually beneficial partnership.

The crowdsale launched on April 2, 2018, and will continue till May 31, 2018. With a total supply of 50 million ROYL, the cost of 500 ROYL is 1 ETH. ROYL will be available in public exchanges by June 1, 2018.

More details about the new cryptocurrency and its ICO can be found on .

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