(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Tallinn, Jan 7, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – DGBLabs OÜ, announces its Community Presale of the DataGrid Token (DGT) for 22nd- 26th January offering a 5% bonus, which is reduced 1% each day during the sale, on a minimum of one-quarter ETH at the price of $.005. Higher Bonus levels are available for purchases over 80 ETH. Participants will be required to complete WhiteListing on Blockpass prior to the sale date.
This sale of the DataGrid Token is for an erc20 token which will be exchanged 1:1 when the DataGrid Blockchain mainnet is launched. Details of the entire presale can be found on https://www.dgblabs.io where interested token purchasers can begin the WhiteList process.
The DataGrid Blockchain (DGB) will offer scaling beyond other blockchains, achieved through our eXtensible Blockchain Object Model (XBOM). XBOM will deliver full parallelization by allowing us to store state in accounts and move accounts across shards, so as more nodes are added throughput increases in speed to the maximum transaction rate allowed by the bandwidth of the internet.
“DataGrid Blockchain will be easy to develop for, like creating a mobile app, enabling great user experiences that happen to be on the blockchain,” said Michael Holdmann, Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “DGB will make the development of applications 100x faster and easier to maintain.”
DataGrid Blockchain designed with an efficient hybrid Distributed PoW/PoS consensus will deliver the highest resistance to attack.
“If you have the fastest, easiest to develop for, and most secure blockchain driven by a steady currency, wouldn’t you expect that to deliver high returns?” asked, Jay Moore, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer.
About: DGBLabs OÜ is an Estonian private limited company coordinating the DataGrid Token sale. The token is not for sale to residents of the USA or any jurisdictions that restrict the purchase of cryptocurrency.
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Jay Moore, DGBLabs OU
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