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Token Creation

A cryptocurrency token is an asset issued by way of a smart contract on a blockchain, such as Binance Smart Chain (BSC), TRON, Ethereum, etc. Tokens can be used for products or services a company provides, as a vote to determine how a project should proceed, for gaming purposes, to serving as actual shares in a project itself.
There are several types of tokens available today and most are derived from the ERC-2o token. We would be happy to talk with you about creating a token for your brand, project, or business.

Note: linkitup is not a financial consultant nor advisor. Speak with your financial advisor before contacting us with interest in creating a cryptocurrency token. There are no financial guarantees of increase or success in creating a cryptocurrency token. linkitup will not promote nor condone the pre-selling of cryptocurrency tokens in the following countries: The United States of America, Afghanistan, Belarus, Burundi, British Virgin Islands, Central African Republic, Congo, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iran, Zimbabwe, Yemen, Venezuela, Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, China, Serbia, and Somalia.

NFT Management

We provide NFT management for our exclusive clients made up of entertainers, athletes, musicians, and influencers. We are currently creating a site named CelebArt specifically for our clients to display and sale their diverse NFTs. We will announce the opening of CelebArt soon.

Smart Contracts

A smart contract is a computer program code that can facilitate, execute, and enforce negotiating an agreement utilizing Blockchain technology. When a smart contract is published on the public ledger of the Blockchain, the parties involved are anonymous. Smart contracts are fully automated. No one can change a smart contract once it is executed which gives it the ability to act as a legal contract between parties. Smart contracts are great for digital identity, cross border payments, high securities, loans & mortgages, supply chain management, insurance documents, financial data recording, record storage, and escrow.