The CoinList listing platform will distribute Filecoin tokens (FIL) after the launch of the chief network, which is scheduled for August.
FIL tokens are going to be distributed directly to CoinList wallets. The platform will support Filecoin trading after the launch of the chief network.
Filecoin has become one of the largest ICOs of 2017. Then, Protocol Labs, the developer of Filecoin, gathered funds through the sale of SAFT (an agreement on the rights to tokens that is going to be released in the future). Through the sale of SAFT on CoinList, about 2100 investors from more than 50 countries invested in Filecoin.
The launch of the chief Filecoin network, which was supposed to take place in March, was postponed several times. On June 11, Protocol Labs announced the launch of Incentivized Testnet, the concluding stage of network testing. On Friday, developers said that the network will be launched in mid or late August.
“We are pleased to continue our long-term partnership with Filecoin - from the ICO in 2017 to the present day, we are the main channel for the distribution of tokens,” said Andy Bromberg, co-founder, and president of CoinList.
After investors receive FIL tokens for CoinList wallets, they are going to have the opportunity to choose several coin storage solutions, including withdrawal to a local wallet.