All you need to know about the rise in Uquid coin….
UQUID, a complete solution for earning, saving, and spending 90 different cryptocurrencies, is entering the second week of its highly anticipated ICO. the ICO has managed to raise an impressive $6.9 million.
UQUID is a one-of-a-kind platform that makes it easy for users to earn, save, and spend Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitconnect and 88 other cryptocurrencies. With UQUID, users can pay bills, shop online, and make every day real-world purchases like buying groceries.
UQUID describes itself as a “complete ecosystem that provides a hassle-free physical realization of your digital wealth and risk-free investment environment to trade or exchange your digital currency”.The platform offers a range of services, including e-wallet solutions, reloadable virtual and physical debit cards, mobile top-up, and more.
UQUID ICO Exceeds Performance Expectations
By any definition, the UQUID ICO has been a success right from the get-go. In the first week alone, over 2.3 million tokens were sold, raising approximately $3.2 million. What makes this especially impressive is that it was done without celebrity endorsements or the avalanche of hype that precedes most ICOs. UQUID’s success appears to be based solely on its own merit, and that success continues to grow. At the time of this writing, the ICO has gone on to raise nearly $7 million.
About the UQUID ICO
Launched on October 2, 2017, the UQUID ICO will end on November 10, at 10 AM GMT. The ICO is broken down into four stages, with each stage offering participants the opportunity to purchase UQUID Coins (UQC) at the following scaling discount:
Early Bird ———————— Start 10AM GMT 02/10/2017 – Finish 10 PM GMT 07/10/2017
Advance ————————- Start 10PM GMT 07/10/2017 – Finish 10 PM GMT 13/10/2017
Standard ————————- Start 10PM GMT 13/10/2017 – Finish 10PM GMT 19/10/2017
Further On (no discount) —- Start 10PM GMT 19/10/2017 – Finish 10PM GMT 10/11/2017
Once the ICO ends, the allocation of funds will be as follows:
- 45% to development
- 30% to working capital
- 15% to overhead
- 5% to legal
- 5% to marketing