Press release. GMT has begun pre-sale of GMT tokens. At this stage, a total of 100,000 GMT will be sold at a price of 1GMT = 0,004ETH, and the next round will increase to 1GMT = 0,01ETH. The minimum purchase amount is 0.5ETH.

Grandmarche is a DeFi platform that provides savings and loans. It will become an anchor point for three Southeast Asian stablecoins based on THB, SGD, PHP and a 1:2 decentralized mortgage system. In other words, the platform will aim to eliminate middlemen and custody costs in the currency market. GMT tokens will be used as the main lending token and governance token in GrandMarche.

Keep in mind that the daily trading volume of the foreign exchange market in ASEAN is approximately US$1.5 trillion. Therefore, in the future, it has great potential to create a DeFi that will one day be used by ASEAN banks to exchange part of foreign exchange reserves.

Grandmarche has received some funding from private and angel investors. They are ready to begin further development of the agreement, and their goal is to become the largest lending pool.

Token incision:

Total supply: 1,000,000 GMT

Blockchain: ERC20

Token holder:

Angel investor (has been vested for 2 years): 400,000 GMT

Token sale (pre-sale + crowdfunding): 300,000 GMT

Private sale (attributable within 6 months): 100,000 GMT

Team + Consultant: (12 months attributable): 150,000GMT

Ecosystem leader + airdrop: 50,000GMT



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