Stox Partners with LeadCoin ICO and Launches Sun Tzu Version with Real STX Support
The Stox platform has added a new partner to its ICO predictions category – LeadCoin – which is due for a token sale early March.
The blockchain-powered prediction market platform, Stox, in its latest partnership, is going to be featuring a prediction on LeadCoin’s telegram channel’s growth.
LeadCoin seeks to create a decentralized market for buying and selling leads, and will employ a smart algorithm for matching buyers and sellers based on various factors. Since the platform will be running on the Ethereum blockchain, all lead exchanges will be recorded in the ledger, serving as future references for each party.
The partnership with LeadCoin is among the latest for the Stox app, which recently launched its ICO predictions category, helping projects raise community engagement levels and increase awareness apart from being able to leverage the wisdom of crowds.
LeadCoin’s prediction market will be available on Stox from February 13 to February 23, 2018, and their 10-day token sale will last from March 1 to March 11, 2018.
Before LeadCoin, Stox featured markets for prominent ICOs including Sirin Labs, InsurePal, BlitzPredict and FintruX. With the LeadCoin prediction, the app is offering winners rewards from a prize pool of 16,000 STX and 200,000 LDC tokens.
Apart from developing new partnerships, Stox has been moving fast in terms of platform development since its own ICO last year, raising over 145,000 ETH. This week the app also announced the launch of its new version, called Sun Tzu, after the famed Chinese general, which now supports real STX tokens.
The new version also allows users to create an STX wallet on the platform to store their tokens and take part in ongoing prediction markets, such as the ones from the ongoing Stox Cup III for markets ranging from sports to finance and technology.
At the time of writing, STX tokens are trading around $0.45 and are available on multiple exchanges, including HitBTC, Liqui, Kucoin, Gate.io and EtherDelta, among others. Users who want to make predictions using real STX tokens, can buy them from any of these exchanges and send them to their wallet on the Stox app, where they will show under their available balance.
For more updates, be sure to follow Stox on Twitter and Telegram, where the team hosts regular AMAs.
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