CoinStarter ICO token

CoinStarter is an outfit that offers an ICO service. If that acronym is new to you, it simply means, Initial Coin Offering, the cryptocurrency equivalent of IPO, or Initial Public Offering.

Several ICO services are already in operation, so CoinStarter is not the first one. It is, however, the one I know that will give you money when you create an account.

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How much?

You get 100.53 CoinStarter tokens, the equivalent of about $350.83 USD, just for creating and logging into your account. Not sure where this leads, but that’s a very good offer. To create your account and earn your free cash (tokens), visit this link. That’s a referral link, so you help in supporting this website by using it to create your free CoinStarter account.

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