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Earlier this week Atlas, an Ontology ecosystem project, announced its upcoming IEO on Coinsuper, in which 10% of ATLS will be open for an ONT subscription session on April 22nd.
Today, to celebrate, we are announcing a 1,300,000 ATLS airdrop for ONT holders!
Atlas Protocol is a decentralized, tokenized travel platform that distributes the economical benefits out of the hands of mega corporations and gives it back into to consumers, content creators, and suppliers.
The platform will fairly compensate content creators, and remove the commission burden and inefficiency that is plaguing the current travel ecosystem. This allows travel businesses to retain profits they can re-invest in products, services, and innovations. An open and transparent platform is empowering all stakeholders in the industry.
Atlas is established by the founding team behind Zanadu, a luxury travel platform backed by Tencent, Matrix, and Prometheus capital with over two million active users. Atlas’s private round leading investors include OGC, NGC, and Ledger Capital, and has partners with South Korea’s giant internet company Kakao’s blockchain subsidiary GroundX. Atlas will leverage all of Zanadu’s existing user base, as well as its partnerships with 20+ major hospitality service providers including Peninsula Hotels, Shangri-La, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, and Finnair. The firm also has strategic partnerships targeting retail clientele with WeChat, Jinri Toutiao, iQiyi, Youku, Netease, and Weibo.
For this airdrop you will need to submit an ERC-20 address before the deadline and you will receive an ATLS amount in proportion to the amount of ONT you hold in your wallet, including any staked ONT (you do not need to cancel your stake for it to be included). Your ONT amount will be recorded at the snapshot time.
Submissions open: 10:00 April 17th — 10:00 April 23rd (UTC) (submissions before and after will not be accepted)
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