ICO backers have less than two weeks to register before the presale begins – and access a bonus 30 percent – before the ICO proper begins on March 31.
Nauticus’s team has been overwhelmed by an enormous level of public support since launching in mid-February, with a huge wave of sign ups between February 17 and 20, when almost 25,000 people joined in just three days.
Despite the widely publicised social media clampdown on ICOs, the three-week-old Nauticus Facebook page has amassed almost 5000 likes and followers, and the Twitter account is about to tick over the 6000 follower mark.
Our Telegram family is also about to hit 4000 users thanks to our round-the-clock community managers, who are ready to answer any question at any time.
Nauticus is a Melbourne-based fintech company with a bold vision for six ethical global banking and eCommerce solutions, underpinned by the Nauticus Coin (NTS).
The Nauticus crypto and fiat currency exchange is due to open mid-year, offering 100 crypto and six fiat currencies. Nauticus Coin users will secure a 50 percent reduction in trading fees. A similar fee-reduction strategy by Binance saw BNB rise in value by more than 22,000 percent in six months.
A green blockchain mining centre will open next year, providing revenue that will be reinvested into low-cost eCommerce and merchant payment platforms, a ‘one and done’ KYC verification service, and an online ICO gateway, with resources and services to assist new ICOs as well as a quality verification system to protect backers from scams.
To assist with the implementation of its ambitious plans, Nauticus has signed up more than 20 of the world’s top blockchain, IT and finance experts as advisors. They include former global managing director of Accenture’s Ecosystem of the Future David Hayat, former Vice President of Nomura Securities Kin Wong, founder of Scandinavian Capital Markets Arif Alexander Ahmad, Director of Trade.io Remigio Bongulielmi and the founder of ABA Technology Patrick Roberts (ex-IP Australia).
Data scientist Dr Stylianos Kampakis, Member of the Royal Statistical Society and Nauticus advisor, congratulated the team on reaching 75,000 registered users.
“What I particularly like about Nauticus is the way it combines various elements: from exchanges, to AI to mining,” he said. “I believe that the world of crypto is ready for a more integrated solution and Nauticus offers that.”
Advisor Dr Theodosis Mourouzis, a cryptologist with the UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies, also congratulated the team.
“The Nauticus solution is among the most integrated that I’ve seen in the cryptoworld, regarding exchanges and payments, and utilizing all existing state-of-the-art technologies,” he said. “In addition, it has an ethical dimension by introducing a green blockchain mining centre to help the developing world.”
Nauticus recently announced that it will give away up to 41 percent of the team’s coins (that’s 3.5 percent of the total coin allocation) to charities. This is another example of Nauticus’s commitment to making this world a more ethical and fair place.
At present, users get 100 free Nauticus Coins (NTS) for every successful sign up they refer. This will continue, but for every second successful referral, the referee will also received a bonus 200 NTS. They can choose to either keep this bonus, or donate the 200 additional coins to The Salvation Army Sponsor A Child program or The Ocean Clean Up.
Nauticus will match any amount users choose to donate, coin for coin.
The number of NTS each charity will receive will be made public at the end of the ICO period.
Nauticus has launched pre-registration for its Initial Coin Offering.
The presale begins on March 18 and the ICO itself runs from March 31 to May 18, 2018.
ICO backers who register on the website now will be rewarded with 100 FREE COINS. There are many more free coins on offer through our referrals program.
Early supporters of the Nauticus ICO will be provided a BONUS OF UP TO 30 PERCENT FREE COINS.
For more information and to read our white paper, visitnauticus.io
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