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PACT Launched on DEX Platforms

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19 May 2021, 14:57 GMT+0000
Updated by Imogen Searra
1 June 2021, 19:49 GMT+0000

The new decentralized exchange PactSwap rolled out farming features on 20 May, 2021. Exactly 25 million PACT will be given away to its participants during the first month — 12.5 million in the first 10 days and 12.5 million in the next 20 days.

Currently, the token is priced at USDT 0.47; therefore, if today’s rate is factored in, PactSwap farmers will earn equivalent to USDT 11.75 million in the first month.

Thanks to favorable conditions, liquidity pool participants will get a large share, extend their participation, and keep increasing profits during the first month. By farming, participants will be able to get 100 million PACT tokens over four years. Here’s a giveaway schedule after the first month:

  • 12.5 million PACT tokens were allocated for the next 150 days.
  • 12.5 million PACT tokens were allocated for the next 180 days.
  • 50 million PACT tokens were allocated for the remaining 1080 days.

Besides farming and trading, the exchange plans to launch an NFT token to gamify achievements. In addition to entering its DEX platform, PACT token is now available on the major exchanges PancakeSwap and UniSwap. Users can enjoy profitable farming and trading with all of the anonymity benefits there.

More features

PACT entered the market recently; therefore, its creators offer favorable conditions not only on the decentralized exchange to develop their community. The centralized platform offers earning and staking opportunities with an annual profit of up to 40% as well as discounts on fees and exclusive giveaways.

The way PACT stakers interact is already enhanced and constantly evolving. Visit the website to learn more, find links to token trading, and check out upcoming events.


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