All In, what is it? Learn more about the features and functions of this ecosystem as well as direct access to their official website.
ALL IN is an Ethereum blockchain token centered on uniting people in a welcoming and supportive community.
The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new
The team have built an engagement-centric experience for users by introducing utility features, open Telegram voice chats, and allowing direct access to the project developer, as well as stakeholders.
All In and ALLIN token:
To change how people identify, use and associate decentralised finance utilities, through community growth & engagement at its core.
Using iteration and feedback, AllIn aims to continually adapt to and improve on all aspects of the project to align with what the community deems valuable. All In will build creative utility and tools on the blockchain, changing how we interact with the new paradigm of decentralised finance within the crypto space.
When the token launched, the founding team purposely held back any announcement of a major utility. The reason for this is, in our experience, the utility doesn’t make a project – the community does.
After completing our Launch and Foundation phases, the time is right for us to announce our first utility.
Allin Exchange, will be a decentralised application (DAPP) with all the values and qualities the community bring to All In. With this exchange, the only restrictions of what is possible are the growth of the community.
Allin.Exchange – Allin.Systems – All-in.Tools
Holders of $ALLIN have direct influence over the project’s direction. As the project grows with the community, holders of AllIN token will continue to have collaboration and support from the team.
$ALLIN has a 4% buy/sell tax designed with progress in mind. The tariffs applied to the token ensure that development, marketing and rewarding the community are all prioritised. Starting at the Growth phase, some of the revenue received will go towards the All In treasury for its asset procurement strategy.