DeepCloud token getting weaker

Posted 02 October, 2019

Altcoin DeepCloud AI has fallen 77 times since IEO, which was on the BitMax exchange on July 18.  On October 2, the price of an asset fell sharply by a half after the trading platform announced delisting. Among the reasons, company representatives called the mismatch of the token unlocking schedule and whitepaper data as well as the lack of proper disclosure of circulation information.

Altcoin deposits are currently closed. Order books will be deleted on October 4, and funds can be withdrawn before October 11.

According to Coinmarketcap, DeepCloud AI remains available for trading on the Hotbit platform. It is currently unknown whether the platform also plans to delist the asset.

It is worth noting that even though the hype around IEO began to subside, still many exchanges want to acquire their own platform for token sales. For example, the Coinbase crypto exchange wants to launch its token and IEO platform in the near future. The scandalous Coincheck exchange is also going to launch a platform for conducting initial exchange offers.

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