Updates on AppCoin Token Launch

The AppCoins pre-sale is just around the corner. Starting on Monday, November 6th, all eligible investors will be able to transfer their funds and purchase the AppCoin token.

With the date fast approaching (T-4 days), some questions may arise regarding the token issuing and security, hence why we thought it would be a good idea to be as transparent as possible and share with you all the ins and outs of the AppCoin token launch.

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AppCoins: The Protocol for the App Economy is an ERC20 token and will be issued by using what are called smart contracts. Our smart contracts are being developed with the help of a well known force within the community, TokenMarket. Given their expertise over dozens of successful ICO’s, our partners at TokenMarket will make sure that our contracts are secure and written according to the best practices of the Ethereum community.

Once the AppCoins smart contract is deployed, the source code will be made publicly available on etherscan. If you’re really curious and want to check some contract templates, you can do so by checking TokenMarket’s public repository here. Apart from the contracts, you will also find some other important information regarding how the contracts are written, tested and deployed.

Security is our top priority here at AppCoins. Please note that our only official website is https://appcoins.io/ and that all the official communication channels are listed there. Remember: don’t ever use any other website or communication channel not listed in our official webpage and don’t send your tokens anywhere unless it is clearly stated on our website.

Make sure you’re up to date with the latest news on the AppCoins ICO.

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Originally published at medium.com on November 3, 2017.

The first ICO serving 200 million users to create a trusted economy without intermediaries. Supported by Aptoide App Store. Learn more: https://appcoins.io/

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