Introducing Xend Launchpad – The First African-Focused Launchpad For African Blockchain Projects By Xend Finance
The Xend Launchpad will help identify projects and connect them with communities bring their ideas to life while also introducing these projects to investors at early stages of the projects.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Xend Finance, one of Africa’s top DeFi ventures, has announced the creation of the Xend Launchpad in an effort to aid in the discovery and identification of blockchain-based enterprises at an early stage.
The Xend Launchpad will assist in identifying companies and connecting them with communities in order to bring their ideas to life, as well as introducing these projects to investors at an early stage.
According to the Xend Finance blog, the Xend Launchpad aims to serve as a springboard for projects looking to launch via:
Sales of physical hardware devices
Digital assets (including NFTs)
Investors will be required to stake and hold $XEND tokens in order to receive early access, akin to top venture capitalists.
Xend Finance aims to use its enormous community, marketing strength, and investor network to assist listed projects take off globally, not only in Africa.
Other benefits of the Xend Launchpad, in addition to increasing the utility of the $XEND token, include:
Device Holders Offering (DHO) Is a method of generating funds in which qualified investors pre-order gadgets.
NFT Sales Launchpad – Projects can begin by selling a limited number of NFTs.
Multi-Chain Support — In addition to the present Binance Smart Chain (BSC) native support, projects will be able to select their preferred blockchains.
Xend Launchpad by Xend Finance will not charge any fees to projects in order to launch them.
Xend Finance Information
Check out this exclusive BitKE interview with Aronu, the CEO of Xend Finance, as he discusses the project’s inception, vision, and lessons for fellow African entrepreneurs on how to establish successful DeFi crypto enterprises:
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