- Lemonade announces its first DePo IDO public sale.
- Lemonade is a DeFi token launchpad governed by the Jigstack DAO.
- DePo is a time-consuming venture to transfer between different exchanges.
- Jigstack has included new functionalities such as the ANTI-bot.
The ever-growing decentralized finance (DeFi) token launchpad Lemonade announces that its first DePo IDO public sale will take place on June 17, 2021. However, this happens after the successful STAK token sale.
Notably, Lemonade is a DeFi token launchpad governed by the Jigstack DAO. More so, the DePo whitelist process will take place on June 17, 2021, whereas the public sale final date will be revealed in the coming days.
Moreover, DePo accelerates the crypto experience for users. It focuses on being the first multi-market DeFi aggregator in the ecosystem. In addition, DePo provides a unified interface where users can connect to various crypto exchanges, NFT marketplaces, decentralized protocols, ERC20 wallets, and staking platforms easily.
Despite over 600 crypto exchanges and 10,000 cryptocurrencies, it has become a time-consuming venture to transfer between different exchanges and currencies manually.
Added to this, an unified interface will not save users time and also make it easier for non-crypto people to join the crypto ecosystem. Users who own Jigstack’s STAK tokens could participate in DePo’s IDO via a three tiered platform. The accessibility to participate in the IDO depends on the STAK token the user holds.
On Lemonade, the STAK token holders could gain access to unique opportunities such as the DePo IDO. However, they can purchase newly issued tokens before their public listing on huge exchanges.
Furthermore, Jigstack has refined the Lemonade launchpad and included new functionalities such as the ANTI-bot, since the STAK IDO.
Moreover, the ANTI-bot blacklisting schema joins the campaign directly. More so, it offers the token issuer a buffer time between the sale and claim period. In order to block out the bots, suspicious users, and correct any accidental blacklists. Also, the collected ETH will be sent to the IDO owner, however, the bot will not be able to claim the tokens.