Cloudbric To Hold Joint Sale with BitSonic Exchange

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Following our joint sales with Kryptono XPAD and Coinsuper, we’re excited to announce our third joint sale event…this time with BitSonic exchange! Sales with BitSonic will begin on Tuesday, October 23 at 11 AM UTC.

BitSonic is a fast-growing Korean cryptocurrency exchange.

BitSonic is the first cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea to share its with customers, distributing 90% of the transaction fees to users.

Currently, BitSonic provides a trade service for over 140 alt-coin and plans to expand up to 600. BitSonic’s long term plans include developing trading bot API for ease of use and becoming a coin open market that is accessible to everyone and every coin.

For our upcoming crowd sale, please note the different ways you can purchase CLB including their respective sales dates:

Monday, October 22 (11 AM UTC/ 8PM KST)

1) Cloudbric’s ICO homepage (existing sales method)
2) Coinsuper PTO (separate KYC required)

Tuesday, October 23 (11 AM UTC/ 8PM KST)

3) Kryptono IEO (separate KYC required)
4) BitSonic IEOc (separate KYC required)

All other sale information, however, such as token caps will remain unchanged. Therefore, the total cap for the upcoming crowd sale is still 5,000 ETH.

We look forward your participation! Our crowd sale will take go from October 22 (11 AM UTC/ 8PM KST) to October 31 (11 AM UTC/ 8PM KST). Make sure to complete your KYCs.

Our main sale is currently live from October 22nd to October 31st! You can participate by going to ico.cloudbric.io.

To learn more about Cloudbric’s Reverse ICO you can find us on our official ICO website, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. If you have any questions or would just like to talk to our team in real time come visit our Telegram channel!

Originally published at www.cloudbric.com on October 22, 2018.

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