Early Sellout At The 1st and 2nd Round Of The AIDUS Pay Launch Commemorative Pre-Registration Event

Both the first and second pre-registration AIDUS Pay events were sold out in a short time.

On July 25th, Singapore’s AISYS Global (CEO David Chen) made an announcement that the first and second pre-registration events of “AIDUS Pay”, which are available through the AID token, have been sold out early.

On 19th July the first “AIDUS pay launch commemorative pre-registration event” ended unexpectedly only six minutes after the start. The second event was planned on the 25th at the request of investors.

In the first event, the team achieved 3,5927,464 AID, which exceeded the target by 119.8% in the first six minutes, and the second event exceeded the target by 100.4% (20086,107 AID) in two hours and 13 minutes.

“The first and second rounds of pre-registration events were overachieved early because the strength of the AIDUS Pay was an attractive point for investors,” said a representative of AISYS Global. “In particular, the appeal was that the project would guarantee the price of the AID up to $0.06 at the pre-registration event.”

The AIDUS Pay pre-registration event is an event that guarantees that AID's price would be at $0.06 regardless of the purchase price.

Meanwhile, AIDUS Pay is an investment product that can be subscribed using only AID token and pays 12% of annual investment profit every day.

Ahn Hee-chan: chani@mkinternet.com
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