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Ethernity chain has just announced their IDO on Polkastarter with a launch date set on March 8th, 2021. The public sale launch platform of choice did not surprise the followers of Ethernity as the scale of launch for this project has been speculated to be enormous, leaving very few choices other than Polkastarter.

Some fans are not keenly warm to the idea of launching on Polkastarter. Fans are worried that since Polkastarter has been riddled with bot farming accusations during launch days most of the allocations would be taken up by the bots leaving very little for the average individual early investor.

Nick Rose Ntertsas, Ethernity’s CEO and founder thinks otherwise. TheCoinMagazine reached out to Nick with this concern and he addressed the issue by saying “Polkastarter is a trustworthy brand name when it comes to launchpads for a project of our scale. We understand that sometimes there are issues with bots but for our IDO we will take extra care to remove all bot entries even before any randomization is done to select the allocations for the whitelist. Our fans have nothing to worry about.”

Ethernity is an NFT art project based on the Ethereum network, while the details of the tokenomics or even the full team list have not yet been released, fans are already hyping up the project because of the celebrity involvement from within and outside the crypto-universe. According to their Medium article that published the news the project is currently endorsed by the Winklevoss twins, Cameron and Tyler, Swedish DJ and record producer Alesso, American businessman cum sports tycoon Michael Rubin, soccer players Christian Vieri and Paolo Maldini, digital artists like Bosslogic, Klarens and many others.

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