Where to go with Questions

We here at IAGON are pleased with the ability that we have to interact with our supporters and community members, on a daily basis. And we understand that without all of you, none of this would be possible.

You know the slogan: Join the Revolution, and you have proven to us, through your consistent and unwavering support and loyalty, that you indeed want to join the revolution and disrupt the cloud computing industry as we know it.

Throughout our campaign, many people had the pleasure of joining in on the IAGON bounty program, which began on February 18th, 2018 and has since been closed. In the event, however, that you would like to review a few details of the previous phases of IAGON’s Bounty Competition, please don’t hesitate to visit either of these two previous blog posts: Phase 1, Phase 2. Just to recap, a total of 12,499,999.5 IAG tokens were allocated for the campaign, while we continued to have a variety of competitions around Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc., which aided IAGON with increasing visibility, while further engaging with new community members each day.

Now, although the IAGON Bounty ended on July 30th, 2018, we’ve still got a lot of questions coming through our Telegram community group in reference to what the next steps might be. As previously mentioned, you will be able to find out details, as well as the upcoming steps by heading over to our Bitcoin thread, or in the event that you are unable to find an answer there, please head over to this link for additional cares and concerns.

Additionally, we’ve had a lot questions in reference to IAGON’s token distribution of Bounty funds. As previously stated, we will be distributing tokens following the main sale, which began on July 7th and will run anywhere between 30 and 90 days.

For more information and to see what else is going on @ IAGON, please follow us at the social media links below, or head over to the IAGON Website!

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