IS WAX ICO The Next Big ICO?





The WAX Exchange also known as the Worldwide Asset Exchange ICO is making waves on the ICO space getting a lot of attention so this is why I am making the video to talk about the WAX ICO.

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  1. IBradFrazer
    IBradFrazer says:

    I believe WAX is the next big thing after Ethereum as many people don't seem to understand the true value this coin brings to the cosmetic gaming market! I sold a few in-game skins on OPskins and I am currently sitting on 500-ish WAX Tokens, I am not 100% sure which wallet accepts WAX yet, so I am keeping them in my OPskins wallet for now. I bet all these old farts calling this token irrelevant won't be saying that if and when Valve, Sony, and Microsoft all adopt the WAX currency for Steam, Playstation, and Xbox. I remember when people were saying Ethereum was going to flop as well, I bet those people are kicking themselves now:)

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  2. zopilote
    zopilote says:

    These seems promising but make sure to check lockchain.io , serious company , great team aiming to disrupt AirBnb and expedia ( multibillion market ) with blockchain tech, the team is backed by a president of a country , plus it is still at a immensely cheap price , ether donations accepted for the financial advice hehe 0xd47db6ab8a7877fbb498f875eda74f88f91ea730 who knows, it might turn into the best investment of your life, and trust me as a hotelier they will be fully supported by hotel companies ( financially speaking ) and home owners …..

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  3. Adrian Kisliuk
    Adrian Kisliuk says:

    So what can you do with the tokens if you are not a gamer?

    The terms and conditions say:

    YOU AGREE AND CERTIFY THAT YOU ARE PURCHASING TOKENS DURING THE TOKEN SALE FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL USE AND UTILITY, AND TO PARTICIPATE ON THE COMPANY PLATFORM AND NOT FOR INVESTMENT, FOR DISTRIBUTION OR FOR FINANCIAL PURPOSES.

    Risk of an Illiquid Market for Tokens: The Company is not aware of any marketplace for Tokens and there may never be any such marketplace for Tokens. There are currently no exchanges upon which Tokens would trade. If ever exchanges do develop, they will likely be relatively new and subject to poorly understood regulatory oversight. They may therefore be more exposed to fraud and failure than established, regulated exchanges for other products and have a negative impact on Tokens.

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