Place/Date: Berlin, Germany - December 13th, 2017 at 11:09 pm UTC · 3 min read
Source: Naga Group AG
Only 2 days left before the end of the Token Sale and NAGA is super close to reaching their goal of 30 million NGC sold. So, hurry up in order not to miss out and become a part of the NAGA Ecosystem.
The NAGA main Token Sale is LIVE with more than 39,500 backers and 25,900,000 USD collected so far. Click here to read more about the Hard Cap and the Token Sale itself. Moreover, NAGA is proud to have more than 10,000 Telegram active members in their official chat.
The exchange rate for NAGA Coin is 1 NGC = $1 USD. Investors can purchase tokens using BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC, and DASH. For those wishing to use FIAT currency, EUR and USD are also accepted.
“Investments and trading are ruled and governed by greedy banks and corporations that control access, operate non-transparently and always take a cut of your money. At NAGA we are about to change that. By introducing the NAGA COIN, we are on a mission to revolutionize the outdated banking sector. The financial markets are about to change, and we embrace that,” says the NAGA Group AG.
The NAGA Group is a publicly listed, EU-regulated German Fintech company with trading-platforms for financial markets and virtual goods. They have a market cap of more than 200 million Euros, millions in reported revenues, and over $4 billion in trading volume every month. After one of Germany’s fastest IPOs in the last fifteen years, The NAGA Group was listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange on July 10, 2017. Since then, the company’s share price has gone up by nearly 500%.
The NAGA Group is a management-owned growth-driven international FinTech with an accomplished team of more than 120 people. The company holds various EU financial licenses, including an asset management license, and is backed by one of China’s largest private investment conglomerates, FOSUN. They are further supported and backed by widely known investors, institutions, and advisors, including Hauck & Aufhäuser, one of the oldest private banks in Germany.