#Crypto Launchpad CoinList Announces Plans for pSTAKE Token Sale pSTAKE operates based on a dual token system that notably simplifies the process of staking and earning rewards. Crypto ecosystem renowned digital assets launchpad, CoinList has announced plans for the pSTAKE token sale on its platform. As announced by the startup, the sale will take place on December 16th at 18:00 UTC, and with a marked deviation from previous CoinList token sale, pSTAKE will have only one public option. A total of 25 million PSTAKE tokens are up for sale and the defined price for each token is $0.40. Successful participants of the pSTAKE token sale will gain access to 25% of the tokens they purchased as early as January 25, 2022, with the remaining tokens subjected to a 6-month linear vesting schedule. While the registrations for the token sale are already underway, there is a provision for users who mints or stake on the pSTAKE protocol to be invited for a priority list to gain access to the token sale. This priority queue is invite-only and according to CoinList, this list will be significantly shorter than the main token sale queue and runs in parallel to the main queue. As a way to reward its loyal members, CoinList said it will unveil a special reveal for the CoinList Karma community very soon.

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