Public token sales have become very popular with investors of crypto assets for their return opportunity that they promise most of the time, satisfactorily.
This time we will talk about Findora, a blockchain project focused on the DeFi sector, using ZK-Rollup technology to preserve transparency and privacy in all asset classes that its network supports: fiats, cryptocurrencies, debts, derivatives and stocks.
According to its website, Findora is designed to solve real-world problems, and for this it has partnered with important figures of renown within the world of cryptography such as Dr. Whitfield Diffie, winner of the 2015 Turing Prize and co-author of the Diffie-Hellman Key solution that laid the foundations of modern cryptography applied today in Findora.
The public sale of the native tokens of the FRA platform began on December 28, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. ET (UTC -4) and it is estimated to end on January 11, 2021 at 10:00 p.m. ET (UTC -4).
To participate, users must register on the platform and fulfill the verification of their respective identity on the sale.findora.org portal, which will allow the accreditation of potential investors within the international regulations for the prevention of money laundering and financing terrorism.
The purchase, once credited, of the FRA tokens can be executed in five options: Public Sale Option A, Public Sale Option B, Public Sale Option C, Public Sale Option D and Public Sale Option E.
A maximum of 1,995 million tokens is estimated to be sold in this round, an equivalent of 9.5% of the total supply to be issued of FRA tokens.
According to the website dedicated to issuing detailed information on the public sale of the FRA tokens, all unsold tokens in options B, C, D and E will be added to the public sale option A on January 10, 2021 at 10:00 pm ET (UTC-4), and subsequently the remainder not sold in the last day will be absorbed by the research and development grant programs.
The only limitations to participate in the public sale of Findora tokens is to provide and comply with the identity verification process on the official page available for the purchase of tokens.
Additionally, the offering and sale of the tokens are not made within the United States or to any American person (as defined in the US Federal Securities Laws).
Findora was founded by a team of financial industry experts, computer scientists and cryptographers with decades of experience in finance and cryptography. It is the vast experience and expertise of this team that Findora draws upon and spans many fields, including cryptography, finance, distributed systems, mathematics, and computer science.