Having raised $500k in its 20th October presale for early investors, StakeMoon will be listed on its first exchange, PancakeSwap on Nov 19th, 2021.
PancakeSwap is a long-established DEX exchange for new altcoins, which often go on to give a high return on investment (ROI) before being listed on larger exchanges such as Bitmart or Binance. According to Coinmarketcap data it has $1.9 billion daily trading volume and over 3000 cryptos across 6500 trading pairs.
‘We are excited to be in the next phase of our road map and successfully launching on PancakeSwap. We trust in the hassle-free interface of PancakeSwap, which is designed to accommodate features such as Swapping, Staking, and Bridging assets. PancakeSwap was the obvious choice for StakeMoon’s initial exchange listing.’
– Scott Ryder, CEO of StakeMoon
Pancakeswap is also known for its low transaction fees and rapid confirmation times.
StakeMoon – Staking Technology
StakeMoon is a Binance Smart Chain based autonomous staking and liquidity-creating technology set up to incentivize holders. Transactions of those swing trading it come with a 15% taxation rate, 10% of which is redistributed to Stakemoon holders, and the other 5% put back into to the StakeMoon liquidity pool.
This means holders of the StakeMoon token earn dividend payments often, alongside their staking rewards. Part of the StakeMoon supply is also frequently burnt.
To read the whitepaper, roadmap and learn more about StakeMoon works, visit the official website https://stakecoins.com/.
Interested investors can also find out how to buy StakeMoon tokens there.
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