3D-Token Attains ICO Soft Cap Earlier Than Targeted Date

3D Token is running on the back of an already existing business (Politronica srl) and a highly-experienced award-winning team. Politronica is a spin-off company of the Italian University “Politenico di Torino.”

3D-token enables the operation of blockchain managed network of a large number of 3D Printers. This will help in creating a concept of small to medium scale 3D just-in-time manufacturing. The technology and system of operations being presented here will be such that will revolutionize already existing systems – This is known as THE GLOCAL DECENTRALIZED JUST-IN-TIME FACTORY 4.0.

After periods of tests and operations with over 50 Network members and more than 100 3D-printers already installed, the team is prepared to scale operations to rope in thousands of machines as such the need to launch an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) to help raise funds for the project’s expansion.

The 3D token sale was launched on the 18th of December, 2017 and is to run through to the 11th of February, 2018 but already, remarkable strides are being recorded. The ICO soft cap was reached on the 28th of December, just 10 days into the campaign with over 1 million dollars realized.

The team has decided to include new features for contributors starting from the 1st of January. Contributors who wish to hold 3D tokens will be given periodical shares from the profit realized by the Network – this will be sent directly into their wallets.

Additionally, the project seeks to expand with an intended IPO in a regulated market to happen within the third and fourth quarters of 2019. This will afford those still holding 3D token the opportunity to own company stocks once the IPO goes live. Meanwhile, 3D-Tokens are currently tradable on EtherDelta.

For more details, follow the 3D-Token ICO here.

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