Maya Coin says it is the first ever cryptocurrency to introduce M & A into the crypto sphere. On offer with the ICO are unlimited amounts of airdrops to coin holders and there are plans for at least six new airdrops for coin holders within the first year.
What does Maya do?
The platform uses blockchain to facilitate acquisitions of blockchain-oriented companies as well as a number of other types of asset outside the blockchain environment. Purchases will be made on the platform using the Maya Coin, so that holders can buy assets such as public and private companies, patents and real estate.
Nurturing small high-growth potential
As well as established businesses, the platform will also be able to ‘incubate’ business ideas and companies that demonstrate high-growth potential will be given their own cryptocurrency. An APP will also be available, providing updates on transactions, news, lower fees, wallet integration and native language translations.
The MAYA will be used like other cryptocurrencies and there are plans for creating its own exchange at the end of this year. Coin holders can also gain with a free percentage of all the new coins MAYA creates, as well as the six new airdrops, providing them with new coins to add to their portfolio, for free.
The MAYA is currently priced at $0.02 USD per coin and will be available on the Ethereum platform. It is compatible with a number of third-party wallets and exchanges and the number of tokens for sale is 50,000,000 Maya Coin. The soft cap is set at $1 million in total, including all sales form the Pre-sale which began in June.
To join the crowdsale, interested parties need to create an account on the Maya website.