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Patna, Jan 13, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – SPT-INDIANA is a BEP-20 token issued on the Binance Smart Chain with a total supply of 1 billion tokens. In order to do things correctly for the community, there wasn’t a presale, indeed SPT will be released with a fair launch instead on March 05, 2023, at a massive rate of 10,000$ subject to the biddings across the globe
The Binance Smart Chain is a blockchain network that runs in parallel to the Binance Chain. In contrast to the Binance Chain, BSC features smart contract functionality and compatibility with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). The Binance Smart Chain offers our community the added interoperability of facilitating their transactions through Ethereum-based wallets, such as MetaMask. An added advantage of issuing BOOK tokens on the BSC is that it offers an affordable blockchain experience through smaller transaction fees compared to the Ethereum Network, especially because all our work is based on NFTs.
SPT-INDIANA is a Binance Smart Chain-based Decentralized Exchange (DEX) for swapping BEP-20 tokens. To facilitate SPT-Indiana’s initial public offering starting from Jan 20, 2023, to Jan 31, 2023, @ of 5000$ worth of SPT under a pre-discounted rate, INDIANA-TERMINAL offers our community the ability to exchange their BNB for SPT-Indiana. In line with a pragmatic approach, SPT-Indiana shall be listed in major exchanges shortly soon.
For more information
Neeraj Kumar Jha (CEO)
The team behind Septillion (SPT -INDIANA)
Brijesh Kumar Prajapati
Aditya Kumar Yadav
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