In order to give back to all AOFEX users and meet a variety of demands on investment, AOFEX is about to launch the first phase of "Mortgage OT (Option Token) to Participate in DeFi Liquidity Mining". AOFEX has prepared 30 million USDT for DeFi liquidity mining, and all the profits from mining will be returned to the users! The detailed of this activity are as follows:
1. Activity Time:
The first phase of "Mortgage OT (Option Token) to Participate in DeFi Liquidity Mining" activity is about to start, the specific time will be announced separately, please pay attention!
2. Activity Rules:
Subscription: at least 50 OT
Mortgage period: the mortgage period is 28 days, and it will be released automatically after the period, and early redemption is not supported temporarily.
Distribution: the clearing and distribution shall be completed the next day after the end of the fund
For current DeFi projects, they may have high prices and overheated markets, and there may be large deviations between prices and values, which may raise a great venture in the investment capital. Therefore, we highly recommend that users involve and invest very carefully after understanding the projects. It is highly necessary to be aware of the risks by considering the experience and tolerance.
DeFi currencies are usually produced by liquidity mining, which generally have high-risk factors such as production concentration and high inflation rate, and the actual value may change rapidly. Currently, DeFi projects generally have high prices and excessive risk accumulation. Some project codes may have loopholes that have not been audited, and uncertain risks such as the withdraw of the project or the closure of funds, so the prices may fluctuate sharply in the future. It is highly necessary to be aware of the risks by considering the experience and tolerance. Careful operation is a must in the investment process to avoid great loss. AOFEX gives strongly warnings of risk, but cannot accept liability to pay compensation or guarantee for your investment.
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September 6, 2020
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