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After receiving even more excellent ratings from leading blockchain experts over the past few days, Kepler’s long-awaited pre-sale is now just around the corner. 

Life-Changing Inventions

The second phase of the pre-ICO is set to start on May 22, will last for two weeks, and will have 5,000,000 tokens available for sale. Each token will be valued at $1.25 and can be bought using Bitcoin and Ethereum. There is also set to be a stunning KEP bonus of 30 percent on all purchases, meaning the 5 million tokens allocated for pre-sale could sell out much faster than expected – so interested parties probably won’t want to wait around.

Kepler has already been able to raise 2.7 million dollars in its ‘Community Building Stage,’ which turned out to be a huge success. The team is now working around the clock to achieve its hard cap of 62.6 million USD – since, currently, reaching the minimum cap of ten million seems like a mere formality after the incredible progress made over recent weeks.

The ICO will take place from June 26 to July 17, thus giving investors the opportunity to invest for an additional 3 weeks – but with lower bonuses than during pre-sale.

Featuring a hard-working team of over 50 dedicated employees in its office alone – with close to 100 international team members – it can be said that, without a doubt, Kepler is currently one of the best-planned and most serious ICOs in the crypto world. Kepler’s team, vision, and product all indicate that project will turn out to be a huge success with a very real chance to change the world as we know it.

With the launch of its ‘Kepler Universe’ platform, Kepler will be introducing not just a simple cryptocurrency, but a platform which allows Robotics and AI enthusiasts throughout the world to connect and work on life-changing inventions together – supported and powered by blockchain technology and with the help of Kepler’s more than competent team.

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