Bread (BRD)
$0.2607274865 [ Buy ]
5.82736E-5 BTC
Market cap: $23,135,387 #137
Bread is a simple and secure Bitcoin wallet. Through an ICO, it is offering the BRD token, which will enable special features, services, and discounts on the Bread platform. Additional third-party services offered through Bread cost a fee to use, but holders of BRD tokens will gain access to special, discounted pricing on these services.
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