By now, everyone knows about the ICO that took place last month in Korea.
But what about those who didn’t?
And what about the investors that didn’t participate?
Today, we’re announcing a new account on a new platform that allows those who are on the fence to exchange USD for BTC and receive up to 50% of the tokens they hold.
It will be announced on the MyJh website at a later date.
The MyJho token is a cryptocurrency that has been designed to replace the current BTC/Ethereum tokens.
It is backed by the Myjh token, which means that there will be a 10% market cap.
It has a limited supply and has a token distribution formula that is determined by the supply and demand of the token.
The market cap of the MyJaH token is currently $5 billion, which is almost twice the market cap for the Ethereum blockchain.
The ICO itself, which took place on December 20, has raised $5 million USD, and a total of $5.4 million has been raised since the ICO.
The number of MyJha token holders is also growing, with an estimated total of 3,000.
The tokens are expected to trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) between the hours of 2 a.m. and 4 a.pm.
The trading volume will fluctuate between $0.10 and $0,200 per token.
If you haven’t been following the Myjin ICO, you may want to read our article on the tokens and the ICO, as well as our review of the ICO in more detail.
MyJHo token is also an affiliate product for the MyJM token.
If you invest in MyJH tokens, you will earn a percentage of the profits you generate from the platform.
If MyJHM tokens trade at a market cap greater than $1 billion, you’ll earn 10% of that market cap back.
The commission on these trades is also a flat percentage of profits earned, which may not seem like much, but in a decentralized market like Bitcoin, that’s enough to pay off an annual salary for a well-paid IT specialist.