The snapshot for holders has been taken at 5pm BST, and everyone has received their StrikeX via an automated airdrop.
Buyers after 5pm BST will not be receiving their StrikeX as stated on our website and socials. We recommend you sell the old StrikeCoins as they are obsolete.
If you have bought between 5pm - 5:09pm BST on 15/10/2021, you may be eligible for a refund. Kindly submit a request.
StrikeX contains temporary tokenomics in the form of a tactical 3% selling tax, and a safeguarding 0.5% anti-dump feature that will expire in 9 months, as our flagship product; TradeStrike, prepares for its launch.
The 3% selling tax is sent as BNB and split between three wallets;
1.5% to the StrikeX liquidity pool
The addition of an auto-liquidity top up tax on every sale will build toward increasing the size of our liquidity pool, providing more price stability – something necessary for larger and more frequent transactions that we expect to occur as we grow exponentially over the next few months and beyond.
1% to StrikeX Marketing
A marketing tax will provide the funds to implement a purposeful marketing strategy that consists of carefully targeted press, exchange listings to build our audience in the US and Asia, as well as product upgrades to support the community and our infrastructure.
0.5% to buy-back and burn
A buy-back tax will allow the team to purchase coins from the market and burn them, reducing the supply, and therefore increasing the demand and price of the StrikeX token.
TradeStrike Ltd. is a financial technology company that builds blockchain-based solutions to enable anyone, anywhere, the ability to invest as part of a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Headquartered in London, England, it was founded in 2021 by Joe Jowett and Kishan Vadgama, and is an official UK-registered limited company.
TradeStrike Lite is our very own DeFi Exchange (DEX) that we are launching in October 2021, empowering our community and users to stake their StrikeX tokens, with the ability to swap and farm assets.