Spotcoin is in full throttle to launch the public sale part of its SPOT token ICO. The private sale of SPOT started April 10th (GMT + 4) and the Pre-ICO closed early after reaching its goal. The ICO will help Spotcoin expand its profitable OTC counter into a global, automated exchange that opens up the smart economy to the entire Black Sea region.
Ukranian lawfirm Juscutum will provide the legal framework to make sure Spotcoin is in full compliance with all regulations, which is very much in line with the company’s values.
“Juscutum is making a name for itself as the forward-thinking legal agency in the technology sector,” says Spotcoin CEO Tim Gick. “They’re a bright, talented group that impresses us with their candor, and knowledge in this relatively new field.”
Being the first to accept payment in bitcoin, having won prizes for their innovative “Legal Alarm” mobile application and boasting a sharp and young team of lawyers, they are the perfect legal partner in the smart economy.
Juscutum and Spotcoin’s own legal team will collaborate on:
- ICO corporate structure.
- ICO legal documentation.
- Token Legal Design.
- All the necessary licenses and approvals.
Spotcoin is a strong advocate of transparency and regulations for the smart economy. It’s a key component in Spotcoin’s mission to make digital currencies work for everyone.
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Residents and citizens of the United States and US territories are prohibited from taking part in the SPOT Airdrop and the SPOT public sales. Residents and citizens of the following countries are prohibited from taking part in the SPOT public sales: Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, South Korea, Sudan, Sri Lanka, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Serbia, Vanuatu, Yemen
However, certified accredited U.S. investors can take part in the SPOT private sale. Chinese and South Korean investors can participate in the private sale when paying with digital currencies, after signing the SAFT form and completing the KYC /AML process. Any investment in digital currencies comes at a risk. No one should invest money that he or she can not afford to lose.
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