HomiEx will launch GV/USDT trading pair at 19:00, 20May 2021 (UTC+8). Please refer to the deposit and withdrawal schedule below:
Deposit opens: 19:00, 20 May 2021 (UTC+8)
Withdrawal opens: 19:00, 20 May 2021 (UTC+8)
GV currency is the local currency of the fund. It's a kind of "digital currency" that can be sent casually through the Internet or used in many valley-based songs and investment applications. Fund venture capital is a global open source platform for decentralized applications, controlled by its users without the need for a central management agency or intermediary. From the user's point of view, GV coins are very similar to Internet cash. GV currency is a private currency. A new monetary form that uses cryptography to control the issuance and transaction of money, rather than relying on the central authority.
GV currency trading is safe, irrevocable, and does not contain sensitive or personal information from customers. This avoids the damage caused to merchants by fraud or fraudulent withdrawal, and there is no need to comply with PCI standards. GV coin technology is cryptography with a strong security record, and the Bitcoin network is perhaps the world's largest distributed computing project. The most common weakness of GV coins is the use of household mistakes.
The trust of GV coins comes from the fact that it doesn't need any trust at all. GV coins are completely open and decentralized, which means that anyone can check at any time.
Block Browser: https://tronscan.org/#/contract/TLPuPaqoD8qV9ppyszptX2wpdkQcRmZVLz
Risk Warning: Investing in cryptocurrency is akin to be a venture capital investor. The cryptocurrency market is available worldwide 24 x 7 for trading with no market close or open times. Please do your own risk assessment when deciding how to invest in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. HomiEx attempts to screen all tokens before they come to market, however, even with the best due diligence, there are still risks when investing. HomiEx is not liable for investment gains or losses.
20 May 2021