The development and sale of nano- and quantum-technology goods for the healthcare industry are supported by the reward token Nanolife Africa (XNLA). The major goals of XNLA are to provide a stable source of income for people in Africa and beyond using the most recent advancements in the field of digital currency and to contribute to the developing disruptive role of the fourth industrial revolution in addressing health care concerns in Africa.
The reward token is focused on industries like tech, science, health and metaverse. It operates on the Binance Smart Chain.
At launch, 1,000,000,000 billion tokens will be created and locked. Tokens are unlocked incrementally and continuously, ensuring steady market penetration. All tokens will be accessible for the receiver to claim and stake as soon as they are unlocked unless otherwise stated to the community.
A total of 30% of the tokens will be invested in nano- and quantum-based health products. As required, these tokens will gradually become available. Participants will receive 15% of the tokens through yield farming, staking incentives, airdrops, and other ecosystem advantages. As required, these tokens will gradually become available.
The awareness and promotion of health products will receive 10% of the tokens.
15% of the tokens will be distributed to project team members, both founding and non-founding, and will gradually become available at each of the eight milestones every six months for four years.
In the XNLA auction A, 20% of the tokens will be sold, and they will unlock after six months.
10% of the tokens will be sold in sale B and unlocked over time, one block at a time.
For more details, download our whitepaper https://nanolife.tech/nanowp102.pdf
About Nanolife Africa:
The reward token Nanolife Africa supports the creation and commercialization of products utilizing nano- and quantum technology for the healthcare sector (XNLA). The main objectives of XNLA are to contribute to the increasingly disruptive role of the fourth industrial revolution in addressing health care issues in Africa.
Media ContactCompany Name: NANO AND WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY LIMITEDContact Person: Opeyemi BelloEmail: Send EmailCity: LagosCountry: NigeriaWebsite: nanolife.tech