INTERNET CITY, DUBAI, May. 9, 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, LBank Exchange, a global digital asset trading platform, will list Monstock Token (MON) on May 10, 2022. For all users of LBank Exchange, the MON/USDT trading pair will be officially available for trading at 14:00 (UTC+8) on May 10, 2022.
As a blockchain-based investment forecast platform, Monstock transforms stagnant and distorted investment information markets through fair valuation of investment forecast information and disclosure of transparent results. Its native token Monstock Token (MON) will be listed on LBank Exchange at 14:00 (UTC+8) on May 10, 2022, to further expand its global reach and help it achieve its vision.
Monstock is a blockchain-based investment forecast platform, which uses the blockchain to store information that forecasts the future value of its investment in smart contracts so that it cannot be falsified or altered.
The stored investment forecast information is tracked whether it is actually hit or not, and evaluated, and statistics on hit rates for each writer are collected and disclosed transparently. Information providers can be certified for their hit rates, and information consumers can easily and conveniently access investment information. In the long run, Monstock can function as a means of certifying investment forecast skills because the results of investment forecast information and the subjects’ hit rate of individual data can be issued in NFT.
The forecast content on Monstock platform includes Insights, BLASH, Premium BLASH, and Opinion. There’s also non-forecast content such as post, comment, rate, and vote. Platform participants are rewarded with house-issued tokens according to their roles and contributions to induce members to voluntarily participate in the platform and build a stable platform ecosystem.
Starting with the domestic stock market, Monstock will expand into comprehensive investment services such as evaluation certification, trading functions, and auto trading bot services using NFT along with the expansion of forecast fields for overseas stocks and cryptocurrency. In addition to investment assets, the forecast service can also be expanded if the forecast results, such as the results of sports events, can be clearly evaluated in figures.
About MON Token
Monstock Token (MON) is a cryptocurrency that can be freely transferred and traded through personal wallets, exchanges, etc. it can be obtained by purchasing through exchanges or converted by using sMON, a token that is used only within Monstock platform and is default currency paid according to platform contribution, such as reading content, etc. sMON is non-cryptocurrency stored off-chain for ease of use and can be converted to the MON at a ratio of 1:1.
Based on Klaytn, MON has a total supply of 10 billion (10,000,000,000) tokens, of which 60% is provided for reward, 10% is provided for token sale and liquidity, another 10% is allocated to the team, 5% is allocated to the partners and advisers, and the rest 15% is reserved.
MON token will be listed on LBank Exchange at 14:00 (UTC+8) on May 10, 2022. Investors who are interested in Monstock investment can easily buy and sell MON token on LBank Exchange by then. The listing of MON on LBank Exchange will undoubtedly help it further expand its business and draw more attention in the market.
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Official Website: https://monstock.app/
About LBank Exchange
LBank Exchange, founded in 2015, is an innovative global trading platform for various crypto assets. LBank Exchange provides its users with safe crypto trading, specialized financial derivatives, and professional asset management services. It has become one of the most popular and trusted crypto trading platforms with over 6.4 million users from now more than 210 regions around the world.
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