BitShares-Based OpenLedger Launches Token Representing Exchange Network Profits
OpenLedger, a decentralized exchange network based on the BitShares 2.0, plans to launch a cryptocurrency representing earnings from projects and holdings on its network.
The token, called Obit, will be offiicialy launched on 1 December 2015. However, OpenLedger is offering users of the BitShares 2.0 platform and Bitsharestalk forum an opportunity to purchase Obits early.
The CEO of CCEDK, Ronny Boesing, announced the token offering to the Bitshares community:
On December 1st 2015 we launch to the public the token Obits, a crypto currency representing the bits and pieces of OpenLedger, one of the world’s first truly decentralized autonomous exchanges…
These bits and pieces are uniquely created as shares of the future all boiled down to a concentrated mass of profits. The profits are in return generated from numerous projects and profit centres, all available to you as part of the Bitsharestalk forum and users of the BitShares 2.0 platform. We would like to offer you the opportunity to participate and to buy in early at a price lower than the price offered on launch date!
The presale of tokens before the launch date will apparently be handled off blockchain and available in any of the currencies traded on CCEDK “where sufficient buy wall” is created or “where instant order option” is available.
Boesing also noted it is possible to buy Obits in fiat currency, including USD, EUR, GBP, CNY, PLN, HKD, AUD, NZD, JPY, SEK, NOK, DKK.
On 13 October 2015, Blockchain-based financial platform, BitShares, launched its 2.0 Graphene platform that will ostensibly permit industrial grade cryptocurrency transactions several thousand times faster than Bitcoin.