GraphLinq protocol established this year provides crypto users a new model of integrating blockchain automation on any blockchain-related activity. GraphLinq protocol comes with unique tools like an engine and integrated development environment (IDE). However, these automated services leverage centralized data streams and several blockchains.
GraphLinq protocol allows users to receive ticks and up-to-date data on centralized exchanges and DeFI applications. Therefore, every information shared is stored safely in the engine database storage. It is very user-friendly as there is no need for prior knowledge of coding to start any task.
GraphLinq plans on conducting a public sale via Unicrypt scheduled to start on March 21, 2021, at 18:00UTC as an Initial Liquidity Offering (ILO). The protocol plans to offer the GLQ token sale for 48 hours or less. The only if they attain 350ETH a targeted hard cap. GLQ is the network’s native ERC-20 token residing on the Ethereum blockchain.
Participating in the GLQ ILO will require investors to hold a minimum of either 4 UNCX or 50 UNCL. To GraphLinq, Unicrypt possesses a lot of potentials, particularly when hosting ILOs, hence, anticipating a collaborative effort with the platform in the future. A maximum of 3 ETH is allowed to acquire the native token.
GraphLinq Protocol also takes the token burning approach, which usually involves removing a certain number of tokens from circulation. The network will achieve this burning procedure by eliminating GLQ tokens used during graph executions. Therefore, it ultimately makes the token a scarce asset in the market by reducing its supply over time.
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