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Luscuscat meme token team announces IDO of LUSK token

Breda, Netherlands, 21st Jan 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, The developers of the cat-style community token Luscuscat have announced the IDO of the BSC-based $LUSK native token, which will go live on the project’s website on January 31.

Luscuscat is a new community token, otherwise a meme token, created by the IT-Shadow team, one of the leading development teams in the crypto industry. The stylistics of the project was chosen as a theme related to cats – to detach it from numerous Dogecoin and Shiba Inu clones.

This project is based on Binance Smart Chain, to provide accessibility to a larger number of users.

The platform will be operated using the $LUSK native token based on Binance Smart Chain.

This token has a deflationary scenario due to burning 1% of each transaction. 45% of the total supply will be frozen.  Token holders are rewarded with 5% of each transaction, also, 2% of each transaction goes to the liquidity pool.

Total supply – 130 608 731 064 743 $LUSK(BEP20)

Among the team’s plans for the near future are listings on DEX and CEX, as well as launching a marketing campaign and security audit.

On the 31st of January everyone can take part in IDO of $LUSK token, which will be held at the official site of the project – Min Buy – 0,1 BNB, Max Buy – 15 BNB.

If you are interested in this project, you can learn more about it on the official resources:




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