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India’s First Crypto ‘Big Bull’ Launched For Public Sale In The Country’s Capital

New Delhi: Big Bull Technosoft LLP is Make in India’s first cryptocurrency based in India. It is the first Indian crypto to launch ICO in Delhi. Marketing veteran and actor Suhail Seth unveiled the Big Bull Token ICO. BigBull has 11 trading tools, which will be launched after the ICO. The crypto is on the BSC blockchain, which is inexpensive for purchases due to low transaction fees. Currently available for purchase under Trust Wallet ICI through Big Bull Binance Smart Chain.

Big Bull launches at Rs 1 and for every 100,000 cryptocurrencies sold under ICO, the price of cryptocurrencies will increase by Rs 0.075 ($ 0.001), after launch at Rs 1 ($ 0.014) the price of Big Bull cryptocurrencies will increase by Rs . This is the growth forecast. Currently, BigBull will be listed on several major exchanges, following its ICO on April 22, for which Ravindra Potdar, CEO and developer of BigBull has several plans.

Speaking of this, Ravindra Potdar said: “My team and I are very excited to launch the first crypto made in India. Our goal is to make cryptocurrencies available for purchase at affordable prices, so that any buyer can purchase them. Its transaction range is between 1 rupees and 10,00,000 rupees. We are launching a public ICO at a starting price of Rs. 1 per token and will be bringing many more trading tools soon to make it user friendly and user friendly. BigBull has set itself the goal of connecting with all the people of the country and bringing cryptocurrencies to every home, buying Big Bull will be so easy that even an everyday person can easily buy it.




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