For Medipedia team the successful conclusion of its 1st ICOsale has brought a mixed bag of excitement and relief at the same time. There are few things sweeter than a fairly won battle and a successful ICO definitely comes close to that. But Medipedia would restrain from indulging in pre-celebration and rather focus on the next important task in hand i.e the ICO if not equal is similar 2nd ICO phase which starts from 12th November with 5% Bonus!
A successful ICO is just one among the many milestones that make up the demanding journey of a successful blockchain project. In this blog, we take time to share with Mediapedia ICO participants, investors and blockchain enthusiasts the details of the 1st ICO sale as well as throw light on the benefits and offers that participants of the 2nd Medipedia ICO get.
The Presale for MEP Token was held on Aug 20th, 2018 with 20$ benefits for early buyers. This was swiftly followed by the first MEP ICO or Crowdsale on Oct 8th, 2018. The first phase of crowdsale ended successfully. The hard cap for the first phase of ICO sale was USD $10 Million. This was five times the $2 Million hardcap of the presale. The COST OF 1 MEP TOKEN during the crowdsale was fixed at USD $0.01. Medipedia has achieved the hard cap target and it has now its eyes fixed at the 2nd ICO phase starting from 12th November. Here are the details of the second crowdsale:
- Crowdsale 2nd Round: 12th November 2018 with 5% Bonus!
- Min/Max Personal Cap: 0.2 ETH (or Equivalent) / USD $250,000(or Equivalent)
- COST OF 1 MEP TOKEN: USD $0.01
- HARD CAP: USD $10 Million(phase 1 & phase 2 combined)
- SOFT CAP: USD $1 Million
- Know Your Customer (KYC): Yes
- Token Symbol: MEP
- Whitelist: Yes
Interested participants for private sale must Contact CFO firstname.lastname@example.org
Medipedia is a blockchain enterprise offering transparent and cost-effective medical tourism for healthcare service providers and patients alike free of any centralized authority or middlemen. For more on ICO Details and Use of Funds, please visit https://medipedia.io/ or download whitepaper at https://medipedia.io/whitepaper/whitepaper_en.pdf.