EtherLite – The First Crypto Ever To Be Featured on Burj Khalifa
When EtherLite said, “To the moon,” they meant it quite literally. What EtherLite has set out to achieve is to move blockchain from the hands of the few by empowering the many, and for this to happen they are moving supersonically.
Just as they wish to see the value of ETL rise to the moon, they have managed to send EtherLite as close as possible.
Upon its mainnet launch, EtherLite was featured on the world-famous Burj Khalifa, the tallest building on the face of the planet. The thrilling launch of EtherLite on Burj Khalifa is a first step in the direction of mass crypto adoption.
The mainnet launch on May 1st has sparked the biggest crypto airdrop the world has seen in a long time.
EtherLite is airdropped to all ETH holders, inviting them to the platform to experience the future of blockchain.
- No congestion issues
- Negligible gas fees
- An interoperable, one-click DApp migration tool
- Staking and validator rewards up to 18% APY
EtherLite is a product of this manifestation, built to empower the community of blockchain development and DeFi building, and to offer high-staking rewards to users in a fully scalable and decentralized way.
Lastly, an initial bonding curve offering (IBCO) starts on May 15th. To participate visit etherlite.org and explore this new champ on the block.
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