FairySwap platform equity certificate FAIRY plans to halve for the first time on March 29

FairySwap will reduce production for the first time on March 29, 2022, about 4 days from now, and the scale of production reduction will be 50%. After the production reduction is implemented, the daily production reward will be reduced from 50,000 FAIRY to 25,000 FAIRY, and the current total output is 465,253.037 FAIRY.

It is reported that after the halving of FAIRY, the second halving will be carried out at an interval of 14 days. FairySwap, the first automated market maker (AMM) decentralized exchange (DEX) built on Findora, is a new blockchain offering on-chain confidentiality and programmable privacy. Utilize Findora’s EVM to provide users with extremely fast cross-chain exchanges with L1 chains such as Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain.

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