Tokenization, as it pertains to real estate, is the process of creating a virtual token that would represent ownership of a type of real estate asset. This is similar to the recent digital asset craze, non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”), except a real estate token would be tied to the value of a physical asset. With the rise of virtual tokens, here are some common questions asked about their use.
An initial coin offering (ICO) is the cryptocurrency industry’s equivalent to an initial public offering (IPO). A company looking to raise money to create a new coin, app, or service launches an ICO as a way to raise funds.
Interested investors can buy into the offering and receive a new cryptocurrency token issued by the company. This token may have some utility in using the product or service the company is offering, or it may just represent a stake in the company or project.
After the email registration, a verification mail is sent to you. The subject of the email is “[SWI 2nd round sale] Verify Your Email Address”. Please check your spam folder if you do not receive it.
If you can’t find it, you can request a resend from here.
After submitting the purchase application, you receive an application confirmation email. This email gives you the instructions of how to proceed with your purchase. The subject of the email is “[SWI 2nd round sale] Your application is received. Please make your payment”. Please check your spam folder if you do not receive it.
If you can’t find it, please contact us at https://swincacoin.com/contact from the email address you input in your application.
Please contact us at https://swincacoin.com/contact. However, please note that you can only change your receiving address before the sale ends on 31st October.
There are two main reasons for not being able to confirm payment.
1. the payment has not been reflected in our Bitforex receiving account.
2. the address from which the payment was made is different from the sending address you input in the purchase application.
In any case, please send the following information from the email address you input in your application:
・Transaction id (hash) in the body of email
・Screenshot of Transaction id (hash) displayed on your wallet (not on eatherscan/bitcoin explorer)
The information in eatherscan/bitcoin explorer is available to anyone and is not specific to the purchaser. Therefore, we need to check the transaction id displayed on the purchaser’s wallet (e.g., order history).
The following two are also counted as evidence;
1. Screenshot of the transaction with the amount, currency, from-address, to-address and status information.
2. Ask the support of your wallet for the transaction id of your transaction and forward the whole communication with the support person to .
We will total the payments based on the applications made by the same email address throughout the both rounds. If your total purchased SWI is short of the amount on the list, you can add up by purchasing again.
In the 2nd round, you need to apply again from the token sale page even if you applied in the 1st round. You can use the same email address as the one you used in the 1st round.
However, within the same round, you cannot apply from the form multiple times with the same email address. If you want to purchase again within the same round, please contact at https://swincacoin.com/contact.
The admin does not know how much Swinca Coin you have purchased because it will be calculated after the end of the 2nd round.
Therefore, if you want to know, you must do your calculation as follows:
【For the purchase of the 1st round】
・Collect the payment confirmation mails for the 1st round.
・List up the amount and the currency you paid in each time.
・All payments’ amount in the same currency are added together.
・Divide each amount by the price of each currency.
・The sum of the result of the above division is the total amount of your purchased Swinca Coin in the 1st round.
【For the purchase of the 2nd round】
・Do exactly the same as the calculation for the 1st round.
・Only difference is the price of each currency.
You can change it but only once. Please contact us at https://swincacoin.com/contact with the following information.
(1) Email address you wish to keep:
(2) Email address you do not want to use as a base email address for totaling your payments.
(3) Provide the round or rounds of the email address (2) exists: 1st, 2nd or both.
*The emal address (1) should be already verified.
*The request should be sent from the email address (2).
Yes. In the 2nd round, you need to apply again from the token sale page even if you applied in the 1st round. You can use the same email address as the one you used in the 1st round..
Lockup period will apply and be split into 4 parts and purchasers will receive 25% of their SWI on each unlocking date.
(1st unlocking date is 30 days after the end of the 2nd round sale.
2nd unlocking date is 60 days after the end of the 2nd round sale.
3rd unlocking date is 90 days after the end of the 2nd round sale.
4th unlocking date is 120 days after the end of the 2nd round sale.)
We will send your SWI to your receiving address you input in your application. As long as our transaction is correct, we won’t return the token you sent. Please make sure that your receiving address is correct and able to receive SWI.
There are cases that people were contacted by a disguised Swinca Coin account via SNS such as Instagram or Telegram. They were offered a special discount on the sale and told to send money to the addresses which are not ours.
The fake accounts look real with our Logo on it. However, please be aware that we will NEVER contact anyone in person.
All news are published on official accounts only, you can verify them with the links on our website. All communications are sent from the official email address only: https://swincacoin.com/contact.
If there is a suspicious message, please contact us to check if it is genuine.
The 1st round has ended on 30th April.
The 2nd round will end at 23:55 GMT+9 on 31st October.
Therefore, you need to complete your purchase application before the end time of the round, 23:55 GMT+9 on 31st October.