SEOUL, South Korea, April 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The recently announced BitForex Turbo initiative -- a platform feature aimed at highlighting noteworthy blockchain projects -- has sold out its available supply of UND tokens within 1 minute and 53 seconds of opening the token sale earlier today. 48,965 users registered for participation, and 367 users successfully acquired UND tokens.
Following similar initiatives from other major cryptocurrency exchanges, this latest addition to the roster from BitForex, dubbed BitForex Turbo, is a clear indicator that there is still a vibrant community of investors who, regardless of the saturation and prevalence of low-quality projects in the blockchain space, are ready and willing to invest in quality projects.
By highlighting such projects, and providing several benefits such as lower prices, controlled hard caps, and more, BitForex Turbo and similar initiatives stand to revitalize the cryptocurrency space in a significant way.
The first highlighted project by BitForex Turbo is Unification, with UND as the token. It's a project that, as one of their primary goals, aims to replace DAPPs with a more powerful system that is much easier to develop for and has a much smaller impact on overall chain performance.
More projects are coming for BitForex in the near future, and interested users can stay up to date directly on the Bitforex website.
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Founded in March 2018, BitForex is the leading destination for all cryptocurrency exchange services. As one of the largest and fastest growing cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, it strives to provide fast and seamless access to features catering to traders of all calibers. With 1.8 million users from more than 180 countries trading 150+ different tokens for a total daily trading volume of over 200 million USD, BitForex is here to serve you - whatever your needs may be.
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