A guide in the endless sea of cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies have now become a phenomenon that is known all over the world. Even though most people don’t really know what it is about not to mention how it works, the extensive coverage in the media ensures that everyone at least hears about it. But, what most people probably don’t realize, is that there is a literal sea of cryptocurrencies out there. On Coinmarketcap alone, more than a thousand cryptocurrencies are listed, but only cryptocurrencies with high trading volume are listed on the site, there are thousands of cryptocurrencies out there that isn’t even listed on the biggest crypto tracking coin. So how would you ever find the most promising cryptocurrencies or even just those who can actually deliver what they’ve promised the community? Certore, a crypto project aims to develop a platform that helps people do exactly this. They are creating a platform which allows cryptocurrency projects to send in specific information in order to receive certificates, which investors can use in order to identify the quality of specific cryptocurrencies. An example of what this platform will look has been created on the official website, check it out here https://certore.com/
Certore token sale
The Certore project is currently conducting their ICO, selling their own token, the CERT token, which is going to be used within the Certore platform once it is completed. The ICO is scheduled to end on the 30th of June, so you have plenty of time if you want to participate. CERT tokens are currently being sold at a rate of 822 CERT per 1 ETH. If you are interested in the project and want to join their ICO, then please visit their official site here https://certore.com/
Certore introduction video
If you find this project interesting and wish to learn more about it or their token sale, you can visit the following links below and read their whitepaper. To keep yourself up to date on the project, you can follow their social media accounts also linked below.
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