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Low Orbit Crypto Cannon $LOCC

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Ethereum sets new ATH, Bitcoin moves sideways, and meme coins take center stage! Low Orbit Crypto Cannon (LOCC), is ready for lift off! With only 5% team allocation and 60% of funds raised from presale being locked for minimum 1 year. This is a micro supply token with a propulsion lottery based fee component!

The Low Orbit Crypto Cannon ILO will launch in May 2021 with a total supply of 1000 LOCC tokens. Participants can contribute to the ILO using Ether (ETH). Participants will require a Web 3.0 wallet, such as MetaMask, to participate. The Initial Liquidity Offering is scheduled for May 12 2021 at 18:00 UTC on the Unicrypt platform here.

LOCC Ethereum Smart Contracts have been successfully audited by RD Auditors.

About Low Orbit Crypto Cannon

Low Orbit Crypto Cannon (LOCC) is a deflationary defi token made for the community, owned by the community, with a fair pre-sale in which everyone can participate.

Ruled by simple, yet powerful and efficient smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain: Fees are generated from each trade, partially burned, and then one staking Astronaut is selected for propulsion every 138 ETH blocks. This lucky Astronaut receives all of the collected fees! 

Each time a transfer occurs on the $LOCC token, over Uniswap or any buy/sell occurring on the ERC-20 asset: 5% of the amount is burned from the supply and 5% is sent to the Low Orbit Propulsor Contract for pulsation. To learn more about LOCC, please visit the website and follow the socials.

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