26.11.2018 - 26.12.2018
Crowdsale
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Sword Coin will implement a custom blockchain, allowing us to implement features specific to trading and fintech application platforms, and will be technologically tied to the award-winning Sword Capital brokerage software used in over 100 countries so that it will be available to the existing userbase of Sword Capital for use on our trading platforms. This assures a broad userbase that can make extensive usage of Sword Coin in their transaction right from the outset. Sword Capital will implement the technology to allow traders to easily and seamlessly use Sword Coin for conducting trading transactions using our existing trading platforms. In order to achieve this, the Sword Capital trading platforms will be integrated with the Sword Coin blockchain and the Sword Coin cryptocurrency exchange. Our Sword Coin integrated trading platform will be used to further develop and expand our business out of Hong Kong, where we have already established a company to focus on global business. Using sword coin for trading transactions through the Sword Capital platform will provide traders with advantages such as lower fees and other rewards. This will ensure widespread usage of Sword Coin and will also allow Sword Capital to perfect the blockchain technology for the Coin for use with trading platforms, as we have the full ecosystem for implementing and using the coin.

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