Factom Raises $140k in First Day of 'Software Sale'

Factom Raises $140k in First Day of 'Software Sale'

Factom has raised 579 BTC, or roughly $140,000, through the first day of its crowdsale. The blockchain-based record-keeping network launched its crowdsale yesterday at 17:00 UTC on decentralized application platform Koinify, offering 2,000 Factoid tokens (FACTs) for every 1 BTC pledged by prospective users. The pricing values Factoids at the same initial asking price as Ethers, the token sold during decentralized publishing platform Ethereum's 2014 crowdsale that eventually garnered upwards of $12.7m. Factom Foundation board chairman David Johnston pointed to the fact that the project had....


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