[PRESS RELEASE – Please read the disclaimer]
Mycryptoview is an online platform that allows its users to learn and share knowledge in the field of cryptocurrencies. The team behind it aims to spread more awareness about digital currencies by providing more information on the matter and connect those with sufficient experience with those who lack it.
There are various resources on the platform that aims to achieve the above. Reviews offer a source of information based on various categories, including cryptocurrency wallets, exchanges, cards, influencers, news, and price monitoring. Users are also able to ask specific questions about particular cryptocurrencies and get answers from those who have the necessary experience on them.
Mycryptoview also implements a voting feature where members of the community can filter out unnecessary information and decide if the content is spam or not.
To supplement and incentivize the ecosystem, the team has created the so-called MCV or Mycryptoview Token. It’s based on the Ethereum network under the ERC-20 token standard. A total of 1 billion MCV will be created. This amount will never be increased, according to the project’s whitepaper. Its goal will be to reward users for contributing to the platform. Advertisers will be paying for their ads using MCV tokens, and they will also be used for tipping.
The team has recently completed a significant milestone from its roadmap called activity feed. It’s intended to help users stay updated continuously with the activities on the platform as soon as they log in. It will go live right before the public sale, and it’s currently being tested.
The project’s public sale starts on June 1st at 00:00 and ends on October 31st at 00:00.
Regular and retail investors will be able to contribute a minimum of 0.1 ETH, while advertisers can contribute a minimum of 5 ETH. They will also be able to use the tokens for advertising on the platform as soon as the public release is through. The price for the public sale is set to 4020.83 MCV per 1 ETH.
Unfortunately, because of regulatory compliance, users from the US, Iran, Syria, Iraq, and North Korea won’t be able to participate.