After Tesla There Is Another Huge Turkish Conglomerate That Is Going into Crypto

After Tesla There Is Another Huge Turkish Conglomerate That Is Going into Crypto

Cryptocurrencies have made inroads into the business strategies of some of the leading companies in the world. The recent announcement by leading electric automobile manufacturer, Tesla regarding its acquisition of $1.5 billion worth Bitcoin and its plans to accept crypto payments is a glaring example of such a shift.

As big brands and businesses line up to adopt cryptocurrencies, Isiklar Holdings – a Turkish conglomerate is not far behind. The 50-year-old company forayed into the crypto space last year by creating a universal blockchain loyalty program, ISIKC that could benefit a long list of long-term partners as well as newcomers doing business with them. Fuelled by the ISIKC token, the platform has come a long way as it embarks on the second stage of its token sale.

Currently trading at around the $0.70 – $0.80 mark, the ISIKC secondary public offering offers an opportunity for participants to purchase tokens at $0.40. The limited duration sale, with 10 million ISIKC in the offering is open for another 10 days. Participants can purchase the token on Isiklar Coin’s website with bitcoin as well as MasterCard and Visa powered credit cards. Following the purchase, ISIKCs from the secondary public offering will be subject to a one-month lock-up period and credited to the tokenholders’ respective wallet addresses.

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