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Thor, a blockchain-powered gig economy that connects small businesses with independent contractors and entrepreneurs, has published a recap of its token sale that ended on April 6th. As part of the announcement, Reggie Clodfelter, Director of Communications for Thor stated that “we have raised more than enough to execute our roadmap with our current team, and we are really excited to begin bringing our vision to reality”.

An important fact of the token sale is that 42,930,776 THOR were unsold and have been burned, leaving 57,069,224 tokens as the total supply.

The complete details for the Thor token sale are below:

  • Received 26,727 NEO, 4,296 Gas, and 1,819 ETH
  • 6,159 people passed KYC & AML from 126 different countries on all six continents
  • 1,623 unique NEO addresses now hold THOR
  • There are 7,069,224 Thor Tokens in circulation

During the token sale, an individual cap was set for first 24 hours of $2,000 per buyer. The individual cap was to ensure that all participants in the token sale had access to the first bonus round rather than just a handful of large buyers. Thor notes that its first bonus round did not sell out during this 24 hour period.

Security of the token sale was claimed to be “airtight,” as Thor did not experience any security breaches during the event. Also, despite a “barrage” of attempts from scammers, Thor states that no one was misled into sending currency into a fraudulent Thor account.

After the token sale concluded, Thor placed Leo Rong as the head of tech support and customer service. Under Rong’s guidance, Thor claims to have answered most, if not all support tickets within a 12 hour period and shepherded any token buyers through their technical difficulties.

If for any reason an investor is still experiencing issues related to the token sale, have not received their tokens, or have any other technical or support questions, they can submit tickets through Thor’s Zendesk ticketing platform.

Concluding his announcement, Clodfelter stated that “we have more than enough resources to launch and the whole team is excited and eager what is to come.” and that we can expect regular updates of Thor’s progress.