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ICOs will shine again – WeiCrowd Token Sale Opens on 15th May.

Singapore, 14/05/2018: WeiCrowd, the go to platform for End-to-End ICO life cycle management and Exchange Solution is ready for its Token Sales. WeiCrowd aims to powerup the Token economy to its best possible growth. Powered by its 7 product modules it will ensure Token Safety, Token Growth and Token Liquidity.

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It’s a must have ICO for the Token industry and invites the crypto community to contribute its best and encourage this much needed project.

WeiCrowd is ahead of its roadmap and with its sustained development efforts has released the first 2 modules, WeiLauncher (ICO Launcher) and WeiX.io (P2P Exchange) in their Beta version, along with WeiZard.com for Free ICO listing and Rating.

Amidst its launch and whitelisting period, the platform has already onboarded its first ICO project, ‘iDonate2U.org’ – It will deemed as an Initial Charity Offering.

WeiCrowd is currently supported by over 2000+ KYC verified users and 13000+ registered users across the global crypto community. Its 11000+ Strong on the Telegram community.

The Project opens its Bonus sales from 15th May, 2018 (UTC/GMT). The first 3000 KYC verified users can avail an exciting bonus of 80% on their contributions on or above 1 ETH. (33% slot left)

WeiCrowd’s ICO is spread over multiple bonus phases of 40%, 30%, 20%, 10% & 0% to keep it fair and stable. These phases will ensure timely opportunity for everyone.

WeiCrowd has also launched an unique ICO listing bounty. Bounty lovers can earn WeiCrowd Tokens (WEIS) by joining this unique bounty, where they can earn 10 WEIS ($ 1) for every listing submission on Weizard.com.

We invite the Crypto community to contribute and support WeiCrowd throughout its sales, development and the future.

Godspeed to the Token Economy!

Support WeiCrowd – https://www.weicrowd.com/

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