|Start Date||July 17, 2019|
|End Date||August 28, 2019|
Tixl is a new cryptocurrency that allows private, instant and zero-fee transactions. None of the current cryptocurrencies allows private, instant and zero-fee transactions at the same time. But why is that a problem? In a world heading more and more towards digital currencies each day, we must secure that the essential properties of traditional money preserve. Nobody, neither governments or companies nor private people want the public to be able to see all of their monetary transactions. Also, all users of a digital currency wish to pay as low fees as possible, the higher the fee, the lower the potential for widespread usage. Last but not least, if a future currency is slow, it’s not a future currency. Tixl uses the most sophisticated technologies emerged from the blockchain world of the past years. As such, it uses a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) as a data structure together with the Stellar Consensus Protocol (SCP). To ensure that transactions stay private, a quantum secure cryptosystem is implemented to encrypt transaction details. To finance the implementation of Tixl and also to raise capital for marketing an Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) is conducted. Even before the IEO, there will be a Pre-IEO in the form of an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). During the fundraising Tixl Tokens [MTXLT] on the Stellar platform are sold that operate as vouchers and will later be swapped to the Tixl currency itself. Similar opportunities apply to an investment in Tixl as to an investment in Bitcoin, Ethereum or another cryptocurrency. If Tixl rises in price and you bought early in the ICO, you benefit from the corresponding performance.
|Price||50.0000 USD||Sale||45,000||Payment Mode||BTC, ETH, XRP, XLM, EUR|
|Minimum Investment||100 USD||Distribution||5%||Raised||$2,750,000|
|Soft Cap||N/A||Hard Cap||N/A|
General ICO Warning:
Due to the high number of scams associated with initial coin offerings, Wise Cryptos does not recommend investing in any ICO. There are many sources quoting anything from 80% up to 95% failure rates of Initial Coin Offerings for one reason or another. While the exact figures are difficult to accurately identify, the overall trend is worrying and investing in an ICO often feels as risky as wildly and irresponsibly gambling at a cryptocurrency casino. This is a real shame for the genuine projects with real promise and practical and useful real world application.
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