Presale is now live
Only whitelisted contributors are currently allowed to participate. Stay tuned for future presale contribution opportunities.
Crowdsale To Be Announced
VOTE is the native token of the Agora ecosystem. It incentivizes citizens and selected organizations to contribute to a secure and transparent election process by acting as authenticators of elections worldwide.
Agora is a global community of node operators maintaining a verifiable blockchain network which ensures a tamper-proof and 100% verifiable election process.
It consists of two types of node operators:
1. Consensus Nodes
Selected politically neutral third party organizations processing transactions and providing consensus on Agora’s blockchain
2. Citizen Auditor Nodes
Individuals who choose to enter a dedicated contract with Agora to verify the election process by auditing the consensus mechanism
Overview of Agora's Ecosystem
Each time Agora enters a contract with a government or private organization that intends to run an election, a portion of the cash inflow is allocated to purchase the required Election Reserved Tokens. At the end of the election period, Agora pays the node operators with the purchased VOTE tokens for their processing and verification work.
Total token supply: 1 billion
Soft cap: $1.25 million
Hard cap: $20 million
ICO price: $0.051
Type: Utility token
Presale start: May 14, 2018
Crowdsale start: To Be Announced
* Only 1 billion VOTE tokens will ever be generated
Token Sale Details
$17.5M worth of VOTE tokens are made available to presale investors. We are reserving $2.5M worth of VOTE tokens for Agora’s crowdsale, which will be announced shortly.
VOTE Tokens (in %)
Token Distribution (in %)
Company: 4 years with 1 year cliff
Team: 3 years with 1 year cliff
Advisors: 3 years with 1 year cliff
Use of Proceeds (in %)
More information in our Tokenomics document
What are null elections?
Null elections are a giveaway program which will start after Agora’s ICO to incentivize Citizen Auditor Nodes during the first 24 months of Agora’s operations.
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