SNAP Token Public Sale 100% Sold, IEO Closes Successfully

It’s a wrap! SNAP token public sale has ended successfully at 9:00pm (GMT+8) on Tuesday 14th December. All token allocations for private sale, public sale, and launchpads were fully sold.

The SNAP Token IEO began with a private sale exclusively for SnapEx users on Friday 3rd December, which quickly sold out within 1 hour and 43 minutes. The next day, the public sale started and lasted until 14th December, where ticket results were announced the following day.

The SNAP token private sale price was at $0.020, while public sale price was at $0.025. Curious as to the token price right now in real-time? Check out the charts here:

Through our network of partners, SNAP Tokens were also issued and sold out on multiple launchpads, namely Daostarter, BSCLaunch, Roseon, KrystalGo, and Polkabridge.

Leading up to the successful completion of SNAP Token private and public sales, we’ve successfully secured up to 37 strategic partnerships spanning multiple regions across the crypto space.

Through this effort, SnapEx has not only joined forces with leading names in crypto but also seen a strong 131% growth within our own community.

What’s next for SnapEx

Now that SNAP token is live, you can trade them on Uniswap and Pancakeswap. Here are some quick tutorials on how to buy SNAP tokens on these DEXs:

We have also recently released a teaser video on an upcoming NFT launch, as also shown in their roadmap – expected to be officially launched in January 2022.

The next product releases for SnapEx seem like they will be nothing short of jam-packed! These includes:

  • SNAP NFT Drop
  • SNAP Swag Pack Release
  • World Trading Grand Prix – a global trading competition
  • SnapQuant and SnapSocial – quant trading and copy trading functionalities
  • New Trading Products – CBBCs, warrants, indexes, and prediction tokens
  • Options CFD

From a simple contract trading platform, SnapEx is rapidly transforming into a truly one-of-a-kind derivatives trading platform!

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