Dominium Pre-ITO Whitelist Live and Other News

It’s been a busy week at Dominium. We have reached over 17,000 users in over 150 countries and reservations for pre-ITO priced DOM tokens are coming in thick and fast.

As Dominium announced its ITO date of 3rd September 2018, reviews and listings started popping up all over the internet. There are now several reviews posted on various sites, all of which have been objectively written. Some reviewers did their homework to an exceptional level (notably segfaultsteve in his article: https://www.nxter.org/a-review-of-dominium/ which describes Dominium better than we have managed to do ourselves!) and some failed to do sufficient research (e.g. a reviewer on Coingape who repeatedly refers to a lack of open source code on Dominium channels such as Github and has totally missed the fact that Ardor is open source). Some reviews are factual with little scoring or judgement (https://cryptocurrencies.space/dominium-ito-at-glance) and some are frustratingly automated, and seem to provide a score based on how many hours you are prepared to struggle with their platform that crashed every time you try to update the information on there (You know who you are, Foundico!)

Amongst the new reviews, we were happy to discover YouTube videos as well in several languages, which all goes towards building an international Dominium community. Notable examples include John Patrick Aquaviva’s video in Spanish https://youtu.be/MZgCM-Le0nI which has received an impressive nearly 4,000 views in 3 days.

Registrations on the Dominium platform also continue to keep us busy, and we have now surpassed 17,000 users. As a global platform, we are pleased to see subscriptions coming in from all over the world, over 150 countries in total and we hope that the platform will continue to be adopted internationally.

The pre-ITO registration or whitelist is now open. Anyone wishing to reserve DOM tokens can now do so via the Dominium platform. For an instructional video on how to do this, please see our YouTube post: https://youtu.be/kP7xkdA8Jbc.
The video is also available in Dutch: https://youtu.be/HaTU5DiX0RU