TopNewsGuide: MWWC adds to its crypto portfolio
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW
-$DOX is the second token that MWWC has announced a significant stake in
-The other is $MNS, the company’s proprietary Minosis token
-$MNS will have a share buyback component
-Alternative coins like CRYPTO:SHIB and CRYPTO:DOGE have generated six-figure returns for early investors.
-MWWC offers investors multiple opportunities with parabolic cryptocurrency returns
ABOUT THE $DOX PARTNERSHIP
ABOUT THE $DOX TOKEN:
1% Burn – currently ‘DEAD’ wallet address has 9.3618% removed from circulating supply.
1% reflection – rewards from each transaction to bonus token holders.
2% Marketing – for future publicity, influence and audience engagement; this includes giveaways and random burn events.
1% Development – to maintain continuous support and resources for updating and improving the entire ecosystem.
2% liquidity – enabling the execution of buy and sell transactions, providing confidence and legitimacy to investors.
2% Give-back Wallet – Each time this wallet triggers at 5 BNB, a random selection of 5 wallet holders will receive 1 BNB each until the proceeds are exhausted. This wallet can trigger several times a day depending on the volume.
UNDERLYING UTILITY OF DOXED TOKEN
$DOX focuses on security and identity verification through its web-based platform using the proprietary “KYD” (Know Your Developer) protocol. The “KYD” process will verify data provided by a developer (or development team) and issue a $DOX “KYD/NFT/Smart Contract” seal of approval; which can provide a higher level of transparency for investors to confirm that a project has been approved. As a result, this type of validation could reduce investors’ exposure to scam projects or “rug pulls” (a “rug pull” is the elimination of all liquidity in a project that removes the possibility for investors to sell, thus rendering the token worthless).
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