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Crypto voting platform Coinhunters partners Satoshi to launch own token

Coinhunters records an average of 60,000 daily visitors, making it one of the top crypto voting platforms.

• September 14, 2021

Coinhunters, a crypto voting platform, is launching its cryptocurrency in partnership with Satoshi.

Satoshi provides decentralised finance services such as farming, staking and NFT trading options.

The token, CHTR, is set to launch on September 21.

Coinhunters on Saturday said the first phase of the token launch saw a record presale of 1400BNB in three minutes.

It also added that token holders would be able to swap their digital assets on September 21.

Coinhunters will provide a total supply of 100,000,000 tokens, with over a million burned and only 43 million available for trade. 

Coinhunters records an average of 60,000 daily visitors, making it one of the top crypto voting platforms.

The platform noted that its partnership with Satoshi will help it provide a staking feature for the token.

The cryptocurrency platform encouraged traders and enthusiasts to take advantage of the early access sale.

The partnership is offering an NFT market platform, NFT gaming, staking and farming on its platform ahead of the official launch.

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