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ATLAS Token (formerly known as QUE Token)

Welcome to ATLAS Token (formerly known as QUE Token) ready to serve our community. The ATLAS Token is based on Bitshares Decentralized Platform on a blockchain network which means you can hold and secure your tokens or other cryptocurrency assets on bitshares compatible wallet.

About ATLAS Token, can be use and build for:
  • A collectible token within our website. Who knows in the future we can all go to the moon.
  • A decentralized network to issue a digital currency. You control and manage your own token.
  • Fast transactions confirmation, 5 seconds or better.
  • Token is not-mineable to save energy. You simply join our community to earn your points. Your points is equal to token e.g. 1.0 Que$ = 1.0 ATLAS Token.
  • The total tokens is set to a fixed amount: 100,000,000,000 ATLAS Token
Where to buy ATLAS Tokens? It is now available at any Bitshares Decentralized Exchange websites, listed below.
How to buy or sell ATLAS Token?
Once you created your bitshares account, you can now manage and exchange any cryptocurrencies available to the bitshares decentralize exchange.
  1. Login to your bitshares account. Assuming you already have BTS in your account, otherwise please use the Deposit page to add funds to your account.
  2. Click the Exchange tab to see ATLAS Token.
  3. In this example, I selected the lowest price 0.1 BTS. In Quantity, I enter 100 ATLAS token that I would like to buy and you will see the total cost in BTS.
  4. Click on BUY to proceed. You will be ask to enter your password to confirm your order.
After a few seconds, you will be able to see your order in your Dashboard account.
And if you want to sell your ATLAS Token. Follow the procedures below.
  1. Login to your bitshares account.
  2. Click the Exchange tab to see ATLAS Token.
  3. In Price, you can put the price you want for your token. In this example, I will sell 1000 ATLAS Token for 0.1 BTS per token. That's cheap and it will sell based on market demand.
  4. Click on SELL to proceed. You will be ask to enter your password to confirm your order.
Wait for other buyers to take on your orders. Once completed, you will see the BTS in your account. If you change your mind and you want to cancel unsold token. In My Open Orders, click the X icons to cancel it.

Source: https://que.com/token

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