CoinLinked, operator of a blockchain-based social network, wants to raise five million US dollars through a security token offering.
According to a press release, the episode plansto raise the blockchain-based social network CoinLinked in collaboration with Bitcoin Storm reviews, Dealbox and Andes Capital for a regulated Security Token Offering (STO). For this purpose, CoinLinked offers investors shares in the company in the form of security tokens.
The digital securities are only available to accredited US investors and qualified non-US investors
With the Arbismart wallet and arbitrage trading platform, thousands of investors earn passive income (10.8-45% per year). The fully automated crypto arbitrage platform offers low risk, high return investments. ArbiSmart is EU licensed and regulated.
CoinLinked founder Jenny Q. Ta hopes that this will further increase the flexibility and efficiency of crypto holders in optimizing access to global marketplaces.
The current offering offers discerning investors an extremely selective opportunity to play a key role in the further development of our fully functional social marketing platform and the proven crypto-commerce concept of the degree of AI innovation.
CoinLinked offers users the opportunity to invest not only in US dollars, but also in Bitcoin, Ethereum, USDC and Tezos (XTZ)
The aim is to promote crypto currencies as a means of payment and thus revolutionize every industry, activity and transaction. To do this, they want to use the potential of crypto currencies. The social network enables users to earn a cryptocurrency called CoinLinked Coin. This is done by exchanging and commenting on contributions.
200 units of 12,500 CoinLinked Security Tokens each are offered at a price of $ 25,000 per unit. One token thus corresponds to a price of two US dollars. Payments can be made with US dollars as well as with BTC, ETH, USDC and XTZ. Ta plans to link the distribution of the security token to the social network and the payment platform. Thus the tokens would no longer be independent of one another. Ta compares the network with a hybrid, decentralized amalgamation of Twitter, Instagram and Amazon.