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September 02, 2021, 01:49:28 AM
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Hi new to Launchpads.

I like to invest in new and upcoming projects at discounted prices before they release on the public market. How do I buy in these private sale rounds at cheap prices?

Which is the most reputable best smart contract platform that has its own launchpad that introduces new upcoming projects? Which smart contract platform launchpad verifies and audits all upcoming/new projects and its code to check whether the project is a shit/scam coin?

Otherwise when looking for upcoming new projects on these launchpads how do you filter out the shit/scam coins and instead invest in the good ones?

Which launchpads you guys use to get in early? Cool
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September 02, 2021, 03:40:07 AM
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Afaik the best and/or reputables ones are AngelList, CoinList, and SushiSwap's Miso. So far it seems like they're decent at filtering out scams. (AngelList and CoinList requires AML/KYC)

As for the "good ones" it's totally up to you to decide upon that. These platforms won't do your homework for you lol. Their job in the first place is to facilitate funding for projects, not necessarily list the best ones.

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September 02, 2021, 05:07:33 AM
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I like to invest in new and upcoming projects at discounted prices before they release on the public market. How do I buy in these private sale rounds at cheap prices?
There are plenty of projects that offers private sale and there are some pool group you can join with. But I will let you discover those famous pooling one that let you joined private sale deal at a lower price.

Which is the most reputable best smart contract platform that has its own launchpad that introduces new upcoming projects? Which smart contract platform launchpad verifies and audits all upcoming/new projects and its code to check whether the project is a shit/scam coin?
Some of the famous one aside from mk4 list are polkastarter, poolz, redkite, apollo x, truspad, bscpad, paid network, cyberfi, duckdao, gamestarter, moonstarter, and many more.

But for me coinlist is the best researcher for top projects.

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September 02, 2021, 09:48:51 AM
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I like to invest in new and upcoming projects at discounted prices before they release on the public market. How do I buy in these private sale rounds at cheap prices?
As far as I know, private sales are usually for ventures. It's not easy for individuals to win a private sale slot. You either need to join a well known ventures or follow the projects really close and fight with other thousand people to get a slot for individual investors.

Which is the most reputable best smart contract platform that has its own launchpad that introduces new upcoming projects? Which smart contract platform launchpad verifies and audits all upcoming/new projects and its code to check whether the project is a shit/scam coin?
There are a lot of launchpad platform, many of them are not guaranteed. You should stick with exchange's launchpads to avoid being scammed: Binance Launchpad, Huobi Prime or OK Jumpstart (of OKEx). After being sold, tokens are listed on selling exchange as a guarantee of profit.

So far the most reputable launchpad platform is Coinlist. They have a good procedure of evaluating projects and good relationship with big ventures. Most of their projects are listed on huge exchanges after sold with high ROIs.
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September 02, 2021, 05:22:45 PM
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It's not easy to get into Launchpad's private sell. some launchpads require to buy their tokens by tier to determine how much allocation they can get.

Some launchpads that I know of such as Polkstarter, BSCPAD, Coinlist, Tronpad etc. all require KYC to verify who you are.
each launchpad has its own rules.

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September 02, 2021, 05:53:50 PM
Last edit: October 24, 2021, 06:11:53 AM by mprep
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I like to invest in new and upcoming projects at discounted prices before they release on the public market. How do I buy in these private sale rounds at cheap prices?
There are plenty of projects that offers private sale and there are some pool group you can join with. But I will let you discover those famous pooling one that let you joined private sale deal at a lower price.

Which is the most reputable best smart contract platform that has its own launchpad that introduces new upcoming projects? Which smart contract platform launchpad verifies and audits all upcoming/new projects and its code to check whether the project is a shit/scam coin?
Some of the famous one aside from mk4 list are polkastarter, poolz, redkite, apollo x, truspad, bscpad, paid network, cyberfi, duckdao, gamestarter, moonstarter, and many more.

But for me coinlist is the best researcher for top projects.

Curious to know what's a pool group? When you say pool the 1st thing that comes to my mind is mining pool.

Which is the best pool group out there? So retail investors can only get access exposure to upcoming new projects via pool groups only?





I like to invest in new and upcoming projects at discounted prices before they release on the public market. How do I buy in these private sale rounds at cheap prices?
As far as I know, private sales are usually for ventures. It's not easy for individuals to win a private sale slot. You either need to join a well known ventures or follow the projects really close and fight with other thousand people to get a slot for individual investors.

Which is the most reputable best smart contract platform that has its own launchpad that introduces new upcoming projects? Which smart contract platform launchpad verifies and audits all upcoming/new projects and its code to check whether the project is a shit/scam coin?
There are a lot of launchpad platform, many of them are not guaranteed. You should stick with exchange's launchpads to avoid being scammed: Binance Launchpad, Huobi Prime or OK Jumpstart (of OKEx). After being sold, tokens are listed on selling exchange as a guarantee of profit.

So far the most reputable launchpad platform is Coinlist. They have a good procedure of evaluating projects and good relationship with big ventures. Most of their projects are listed on huge exchanges after sold with high ROIs.

Ventures are professional investors or angel investors right that already have a portfolio of over at least $1 million?

How does a retail investor like me fight with ventures to get a slot? Is it like a auction?

What good ventures you know of?



Okay I just completed KYC on coinlist and can see 2 upcoming token project sales.

What does this mean?:

3-mo linear release starting on / around Oct 20, 2021


There's a cheaper round 2 sale but a 6-mo linear release.





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September 02, 2021, 07:39:08 PM
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Okay I just completed KYC on coinlist and can see 2 upcoming token project sales.

What does this mean?:

3-mo linear release starting on / around Oct 20, 2021


There's a cheaper round 2 sale but a 6-mo linear release.


I use CoinList also. They have a good reputation and they do sufficient research on their listed projects.
3-mo linear release starting on / around Oct 20, 2021
Usually there’s a pattern of distribution of the tokens. I think this one is for 3 months and the latter is for a 6 month period. What it means is you will be given a certain amount of the token for every month for 3 months or if you choose the latter you receive x amount of tokens for 6 months
The problem with CoinList is you might not get the chance to buy the token on sales day. CoinList has a unique system where users are randomly selected to be in a waiting room- a queue to purchase token, downside is the tokens may be sold out before it gets to your turn. DYOR
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September 02, 2021, 10:54:41 PM
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Okay I just completed KYC on coinlist and can see 2 upcoming token project sales.

What does this mean?:

3-mo linear release starting on / around Oct 20, 2021


There's a cheaper round 2 sale but a 6-mo linear release.


I use CoinList also. They have a good reputation and they do sufficient research on their listed projects.
3-mo linear release starting on / around Oct 20, 2021
Usually there’s a pattern of distribution of the tokens. I think this one is for 3 months and the latter is for a 6 month period. What it means is you will be given a certain amount of the token for every month for 3 months or if you choose the latter you receive x amount of tokens for 6 months
The problem with CoinList is you might not get the chance to buy the token on sales day. CoinList has a unique system where users are randomly selected to be in a waiting room- a queue to purchase token, downside is the tokens may be sold out before it gets to your turn. DYOR


Lets say round one private sale is 9 million tokens.

You mean investors who bought in round 1 don't get the full 9 million token straight away but instead get 3 million tokens each month starting from the 20th Oct 2021, then another 3 million on nov 20th, then another 3 million 20th dec? So the investors paid in full upfront for 3 separate later date deliveries?

So for coinlist its random investors chosen and theres no way to get more priority over others to buy the private sale tokens?
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September 03, 2021, 12:08:34 AM
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So for coinlist its random investors chosen and theres no way to get more priority over others to buy the private sale tokens?
No there’s no way to get more priority than others. The sale mechanism ensures users placed in the waiting room are given a random spot in the queue when the sale starts. Users who arrive late to the sale will be placed behind those in the waiting room. From my experience securing an allocation  is very difficult because demand is very high. The site is usually congested on sales day and it takes a longer time to login.
Lets say round one private sale is 9 million tokens.

You mean investors who bought in round 1 don't get the full 9 million token straight away but instead get 3 million tokens each month starting from the 20th Oct 2021, then another 3 million on nov 20th, then another 3 million 20th dec? So the investors paid in full upfront for 3 separate later date deliveries?

There are usually two or three sale options Option 1- Option 3. Some token options have a 2 year linear release terms. Tokens purchased under the terms in each Option will be released at Least monthly or at shorter intervals. There is a limit to the amount of tokens one user can buy I think the maximum is $1000 per account. If you register for a token sale and by chance you get selected, delay in payment will result in a permanent ban

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September 03, 2021, 12:36:28 AM
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So for coinlist its random investors chosen and theres no way to get more priority over others to buy the private sale tokens?
No there’s no way to get more priority than others. The sale mechanism ensures users placed in the waiting room are given a random spot in the queue when the sale starts. Users who arrive late to the sale will be placed behind those in the waiting room. From my experience securing an allocation  is very difficult because demand is very high. The site is usually congested on sales day and it takes a longer time to login.

You have to patiently wait for your turn, there is no guarantee that you will be able to invest in a project of your choice. There will be a lot of instances when you will miss out. It is just like a lottery system, investors are chosen randomly and not first come first. Coinlist still is better than the other launchpad available in the market. It is better to be an early-adopter than an investor nowadays. Think for the long term goal and not the short term.

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September 03, 2021, 12:43:01 AM
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So for coinlist its random investors chosen and theres no way to get more priority over others to buy the private sale tokens?
No there’s no way to get more priority than others. The sale mechanism ensures users placed in the waiting room are given a random spot in the queue when the sale starts. Users who arrive late to the sale will be placed behind those in the waiting room. From my experience securing an allocation  is very difficult because demand is very high. The site is usually congested on sales day and it takes a longer time to login.

You have to patiently wait for your turn, there is no guarantee that you will be able to invest in a project of your choice. There will be a lot of instances when you will miss out. It is just like a lottery system, investors are chosen randomly and not first come first. Coinlist still is better than the other launchpad available in the market. It is better to be an early-adopter than an investor nowadays. Think for the long term goal and not the short term.

So all popular reputable crypto launchpads are like this that is a random lottery?



So for coinlist its random investors chosen and theres no way to get more priority over others to buy the private sale tokens?
No there’s no way to get more priority than others. The sale mechanism ensures users placed in the waiting room are given a random spot in the queue when the sale starts. Users who arrive late to the sale will be placed behind those in the waiting room. From my experience securing an allocation  is very difficult because demand is very high. The site is usually congested on sales day and it takes a longer time to login.
Lets say round one private sale is 9 million tokens.

You mean investors who bought in round 1 don't get the full 9 million token straight away but instead get 3 million tokens each month starting from the 20th Oct 2021, then another 3 million on nov 20th, then another 3 million 20th dec? So the investors paid in full upfront for 3 separate later date deliveries?

There are usually two or three sale options Option 1- Option 3. Some token options have a 2 year linear release terms. Tokens purchased under the terms in each Option will be released at Least monthly or at shorter intervals. There is a limit to the amount of tokens one user can buy I think the maximum is $1000 per account. If you register for a token sale and by chance you get selected, delay in payment will result in a permanent ban



Does the payment automatically gets deducted from my funding balance wallets on there or I have to manually send payment? So its like eBay if you win the auction u got to pay right?

Please explain linear release terms. If I pay full upfront for tokens then I should get all these tokens delivered right in 1 delivery straight away so what's this linear release where I get them slowly because I'm paying full upfront not in monthly instalments like a debt mortgage payment  Huh

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September 03, 2021, 01:38:35 AM
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Please explain linear release terms. If I pay full upfront for tokens then I should get all these tokens delivered right in 1 delivery straight away so what's this linear release where I get them slowly because I'm paying full upfront not in monthly instalments like a debt mortgage payment  Huh

As far as I know, that's not how many token distributions work. The distribution of tokens are structured in such a way as to protect the price of the token itself. So, yes, you are correct that all your tokens won't be given to you in full immediately upon payment. I also remember there were distributions made in full but the tokens are locked within a certain period of time.

You cannot expect the project to just release all the tokens at once. Remember that all those who joined the private sale are buying the tokens at a discount. The moment the market is opened to the public, the price of the tokens are offered higher. The tendency if you give all the tokens to all those who joined the private sale is that there will be a huge dump afterward.

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September 03, 2021, 09:36:06 PM
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Please explain linear release terms. If I pay full upfront for tokens then I should get all these tokens delivered right in 1 delivery straight away so what's this linear release where I get them slowly because I'm paying full upfront not in monthly instalments like a debt mortgage payment  Huh

As far as I know, that's not how many token distributions work. The distribution of tokens are structured in such a way as to protect the price of the token itself. So, yes, you are correct that all your tokens won't be given to you in full immediately upon payment. I also remember there were distributions made in full but the tokens are locked within a certain period of time.

You cannot expect the project to just release all the tokens at once. Remember that all those who joined the private sale are buying the tokens at a discount. The moment the market is opened to the public, the price of the tokens are offered higher. The tendency if you give all the tokens to all those who joined the private sale is that there will be a huge dump afterward.

What do you mean tokens are locked within a certain period of time? Does it mean these tokens are centralized not decentralized where a office can lock control the tokens I bought?

But but the private sale on coinlist is just 5% of the total supply. 5% is nothing and if those 5% token buyers dumped it all it will just be 5% off market price not a proper crash dump.
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September 03, 2021, 10:32:19 PM
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What do you mean tokens are locked within a certain period of time? Does it mean these tokens are centralized not decentralized where a office can lock control the tokens I bought?

But but the private sale on coinlist is just 5% of the total supply. 5% is nothing and if those 5% token buyers dumped it all it will just be 5% off market price not a proper crash dump.
It is their way to not let the dumpers do what they do best to dump the tokens they own that can decrease the price. I have a token before and they locked it for a certain time and later on it is now unlocked and can buy or sell. You will be able to know it when the team of the project announced that the token is now unlocked.

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September 04, 2021, 02:33:00 AM
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But for me coinlist is the best researcher for top projects.
Oh, for real? I will take a look at that; now that someone on the top echelon vouched for it. I thought BSCpad was the most credible, may be I mistakenly assumed that because I based its reputation on what Binance as an exchange has achieved.

It's not easy to get into Launchpad's private sell. some launchpads require to buy their tokens by tier to determine how much allocation they can get.
That's true. I once tried getting on the BSCPAD when I discovered at what ridiculously low rates investors were buying unlisted tokens compared to when they finally get listed. The ROI was tempting and I was highly tempted to give it a try, even though I had vowed not to buy into any project until it's listed on the market. I gave up the idea once I saw the stringent measures for qualification. However, I have discovered lately that such ROIs may not be there any more as I have bought some tokens mentioned on the BSCPAD recently cheaper than their prices were during private sales.

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How does a retail investor like me fight with ventures to get a slot? Is it like a auction?

What good ventures you know of?
Not really. Auction is a kind of fair launch, where you win if you pay higher than others. Bounce Certified is a platform of this kind. Meanwhile private sales are in favor of huge investors. Private sales prices are always much better than public sales.

Some well known ventures include Coinbase Ventures, Binance Labs. Following their portfolios might bring you some profit.
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What do you mean tokens are locked within a certain period of time? Does it mean these tokens are centralized not decentralized where a office can lock control the tokens I bought?

But but the private sale on coinlist is just 5% of the total supply. 5% is nothing and if those 5% token buyers dumped it all it will just be 5% off market price not a proper crash dump.
It is their way to not let the dumpers do what they do best to dump the tokens they own that can decrease the price. I have a token before and they locked it for a certain time and later on it is now unlocked and can buy or sell. You will be able to know it when the team of the project announced that the token is now unlocked.

But the private sale is for 5% of the total supply. 5% dump is not enough to crash the market price of the token so why they put time restrictions on the 5% private sale buyers?

Here's the token distribution of this upcoming new project on coinlist:




So you can see 41% of the token are already held by private holders. And the 5% is just upcoming on coinlist so 5% is nothing compared to 41% who can dump and crash the market price  Shocked

What does 54% Community incentives & rewards mean?

If a token can be locked/time restricted then the token is not truly decentralized right?





But for me coinlist is the best researcher for top projects.
Oh, for real? I will take a look at that; now that someone on the top echelon vouched for it. I thought BSCpad was the most credible, may be I mistakenly assumed that because I based its reputation on what Binance as an exchange has achieved.

It's not easy to get into Launchpad's private sell. some launchpads require to buy their tokens by tier to determine how much allocation they can get.
That's true. I once tried getting on the BSCPAD when I discovered at what ridiculously low rates investors were buying unlisted tokens compared to when they finally get listed. The ROI was tempting and I was highly tempted to give it a try, even though I had vowed not to buy into any project until it's listed on the market. I gave up the idea once I saw the stringent measures for qualification. However, I have discovered lately that such ROIs may not be there any more as I have bought some tokens mentioned on the BSCPAD recently cheaper than their prices were during private sales.

Give us a idea on what are stringest measures of qualifications required? Do you have to be a accredited investor status or angel investors who are professional investors?

Im just a retail investor.

When registering for the upcoming new project on coinlist I have to do a online quiz/exam where you have to answer questions on the project and the terms of the private sale. Shocked

Can you shed some light on which projects altcoins where cheaper in the public market in compared to the private sales held on BSCpad?



How does a retail investor like me fight with ventures to get a slot? Is it like a auction?

What good ventures you know of?
Not really. Auction is a kind of fair launch, where you win if you pay higher than others. Bounce Certified is a platform of this kind. Meanwhile private sales are in favor of huge investors. Private sales prices are always much better than public sales.

Some well known ventures include Coinbase Ventures, Binance Labs. Following their portfolios might bring you some profit.

Coinbase Venture & Binance Labs allow retail investors? I'm not a millionaire or a rich investor who is accredited or has angel investor status. I'm not Michael Saylor  Grin

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September 04, 2021, 06:30:33 PM
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But the private sale is for 5% of the total supply. 5% dump is not enough to crash the market price of the token so why they put time restrictions on the 5% private sale buyers?
You can also ask the project owner or the team why but my guess is its for long term. Like the tokens I have before where it is locked for a certain time.


What does 54% Community incentives & rewards mean?

If a token can be locked/time restricted then the token is not truly decentralized right?


As you can read it, It is what it is. It will be used to reward people depend on what the platform offer like earn more tokens if you hold a x total of tokens in your wallet or a reward for finding bugs and many more. They don't want the 54% goes to investors and other buyers as it can cause a decrease in price as mentioned before. Locked/time restricted tokens are decentralized. Locking or time restricted doesn't mean its not truly decentralized it is to prevent or maintain the value of an asset. Locking/time restricted tokens cannot be traded or sent to another wallet.

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September 04, 2021, 07:09:28 PM
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First, I think you will do well avoiding posting in a row like you just did. You can merge your comments or quotes by editing your earlier post to accommodate the second one.


Give us a idea on what are stringest measures of qualifications required? Do you have to be a accredited investor status or angel investors who are professional investors?

Im just a retail investor.
Besides the KYC thing, there's also the tiers for allocation rounds to be met ranging from Bronze to Diamond categories. All that I find herculean for average investors to meet up with.

Can you shed some light on which projects altcoins where cheaper in the public market in compared to the private sales held on BSCpad?
For want of space I will leave you with one recent one. In the pic, the top one is the price that token was sold on BSCPAD while the second one is the current price on Coingecko. What that means is that at the current price one can have 10 of the same token for $0.64 while it sold on the pad for way more at 8.33 tokens for 1 BUSD (BTW, 1 BUSD is an equivalent of $1). At a point, Fanadise even went down to $0.04 after listing.


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September 04, 2021, 10:08:42 PM
Last edit: October 24, 2021, 06:13:00 AM by mprep
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But the private sale is for 5% of the total supply. 5% dump is not enough to crash the market price of the token so why they put time restrictions on the 5% private sale buyers?
You can also ask the project owner or the team why but my guess is its for long term. Like the tokens I have before where it is locked for a certain time.


What does 54% Community incentives & rewards mean?

If a token can be locked/time restricted then the token is not truly decentralized right?


As you can read it, It is what it is. It will be used to reward people depend on what the platform offer like earn more tokens if you hold a x total of tokens in your wallet or a reward for finding bugs and many more. They don't want the 54% goes to investors and other buyers as it can cause a decrease in price as mentioned before. Locked/time restricted tokens are decentralized. Locking or time restricted doesn't mean its not truly decentralized it is to prevent or maintain the value of an asset. Locking/time restricted tokens cannot be traded or sent to another wallet.

Okay POS coins are all minted from the start. So the 54% is used to reward holders for staking their coins? And depending on how high the APR or APY % yield for staking will determine how long this 54% will last for right?

So this project want holders to stake their coins lock up total value locked instead of selling to keep the price stable or high? But who's going to stake their coins tokens  just before a bear market starts  Huh



First, I think you will do well avoiding posting in a row like you just did. You can merge your comments or quotes by editing your earlier post to accommodate the second one.


Give us a idea on what are stringest measures of qualifications required? Do you have to be a accredited investor status or angel investors who are professional investors?

Im just a retail investor.
Besides the KYC thing, there's also the tiers for allocation rounds to be met ranging from Bronze to Diamond categories. All that I find herculean for average investors to meet up with.

Can you shed some light on which projects altcoins where cheaper in the public market in compared to the private sales held on BSCpad?
For want of space I will leave you with one recent one. In the pic, the top one is the price that token was sold on BSCPAD while the second one is the current price on Coingecko. What that means is that at the current price one can have 10 of the same token for $0.64 while it sold on the pad for way more at 8.33 tokens for 1 BUSD (BTW, 1 BUSD is an equivalent of $1). At a point, Fanadise even went down to $0.04 after listing.



Shall I assume bronze category is for retail investors?

Do new projects that have been launched on BSCPAD get listed afterwards on the Binance public market exchange?

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