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DigiFinex IEO Guide: How To buy LINIX (LNX)?

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DigiFinex’ initial exchange offering (IEO) platform Apollo will launch its second project- LINIX (LNX) on 20 June 2019 11:00am (GMT+8). You can buy this IEO with either DigiFinex Token (DFT) or Tether (USDT). DigiFinex has a buyback scheme to protect buyers’ interest.

The details are as follows:

Project name: LINIX (LNX). Read LINIX project introduction here.

Tokens for sale: 51,000,000 LNX

Buyback scheme: You can apply this scheme within 7 days after LNX token sale. The buyback price is the same as the first round of LNX token sale price, 0.019 USDT. To apply, please submit this form between 21 to 27 June 24:00 (GMT+8).

IEO sale method: Lottery

Lottery application: 2 rounds

Apply the lottery in cryptocurrency: DFT or USDT

LNX per lot: 1000 LNX Note: Here the DFT prices are reflected in USDT, the actual DFT price will be determined by the 12-hour-average DFT price before lottery application opens.

Maximum lots per buyer: There are 2 rounds, each round you can buy 50 lots in DFT, plus 50 lots USDT. So it’s 50 x 4 = 200 lots in total.

Application period: In GMT+8 Timezone

Note: Here the DFT prices are reflected in USDT, the actual DFT price will be determined by the 12-hour-average DFT price before lottery application opens.

DFT and USDT freeze and deduction:

When you have applied the Linix IEO lottery in DFT or USDT, your DFT or USDT will be frozen. After the lottery winners are announced, we will deduct your DFT or USDT according to your application. If you are not a winner, then your DFT or USDT will be unfrozen.

How does the lottery work?

  • Each lot will be assigned a number, and the winner will be selected randomly by an auto system.
  • You can share your unique invitation link to get your friends to sign up or deposit their crypto at DigiFinex to increase your winning chance.

After the IEO token sale, LNX Trading opens:

  • LNX/DFT opens: 16:00, 21 June 2019.
  • LNX/USDT opens: 18:00, 21 June 2019.

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