Last night, March 19th, the Tokensale of the Celer Network (CELR) coins was held at the Binance Launchpad. Tokensale participants remained unhappy, as the previous automatic sale of BitTorrent tokens.
Another tokensale on Binance Launchpad left buyers disappointed. Not everyone was able to purchase CELR tokens due to problems with the platform’s bandwidth. Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao wrote about the failures and sales problems.
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Binance Launchpad – tokensale problems
On the evening of March 19th, another tokensale began on the Binance Launchpad. The sale of tokens lasted only 17 minutes and a few seconds. As the exchanger CEO Changpen Zhao tweeted: "(...) 39003 people tried to buy, 3129 people received. 35,000 people will be a little upset." – CZBinance, Twitter.
According to the user comments there were problems to log in tokensale. Sometimes the service just "threw away" and it was necessary to register again. The director of the exchange said that these problems are associated with technical flaws in the platform, such as bandwidth problems.
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As a result, the average number of tokens per customer was 190,800 CELR, which is equivalent to $ 1,278. At the same time, the maximum amount that customers indicated in the purchase request was $ 1,500.
"Some users had a caching problem, which looked like they had to re-login, an update would solve the problem. Others still experienced network latency. We still have some technical problems (...)" – CZBinance, Twitter.
On Binance Launchpad, CELR tokens were sold, problems were again found. Recall that our editors have already written about previous Binance tokensales.
Editor: Godfrid Brower