According to the official news, Singapore’s WBF Exchange will launch the decentralized MEME project Hare on June 28, and will launch the HARE /USDT trading pair on the main board.
Founded in June 2021, HARE aims to be a decentralized meme project with a real purpose.
A core aim of HARE is to make popular cryptocurrency concepts more accessible to the public. With HARE, holders get to experience next-gen developments like frictionless yield, NFTs, and decentralized exchanges.
In June 2021, Binance Smart Chain will launch a BEP20 token called $HARE.
-10% Culture Contribution Tax (5% redistribution to Holders & 5% back to Liquidity Pool) will be implemented for every transaction. Max supply of token is 100,000,000 quadrillion.
– 80% of the total supply will go into Liquidity Pool (LP).
– 10% of the total supply into Staking, locking up the assets to ensure integrity, security and continuity of the network.
– 5% of the total supply will be airdropped to initial supporters and random wallet holders in the World of Cryptocurrency.
– 5% of the total supply will be going into Liquidity Staking Pool.
The WBF Exchange is committed to build the safest digital financial service platform with the most complete global currency, most registered users, best client experience, stablest technical structure, and becomes the “powerful motivation of digital era”.
WBF is a exchange group with “Great layout opinion”, which sticks to the value of “Don’t be evil” and the operation concept of “permanence”. Its target is to enter the top three of global exchanges before the end of 2021.
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