RevoltCoin Decentralized Marketplace


Revolt is a token with a whole community of enthusiasts behind it. It has functions of different levels, it owns a marketplace, has low fees, no intermediaries, and many other advantages.

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There are two functions at the heart of the REVOLT token: Reflection + LP Acquisition. What is cool is that such a transaction has a 10% tax that is divided into two parts. Half of that ten percent is divided into two more parts: for a BNB contract, while the rest works as a Liquidity Pair On Pancake Swap. But it is very important, where the other 5% goes - which is to all hodlers of the token!

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It is very important for us to share everything that happens within the community, the REVOLT token, as well as at the R-marketplace, a marketplace based on REVOLT. We believe that we will be able to build a world in which REVOLT operates as the main cryptocurrency in the R-Marketplace and we are working hard on it right now.

To follow the progress, you can look at the news section or check out our social networks - there you will find all the relevant information about what is happening with Revolt and the R-marketplace right now.

Benefits for Everyone

Part of the fee is redistributed within the community. This is 5% from each transaction, which immediately goes to all REVOLT hodlers. Yes, when you buy NFTs on the R-Marketplace, you yourself become richer and make the community richer. We take the principles of decentralization and community very seriously, and of course we don’t have a central bank or a single administrator. It’s community, community, community.

Revolt Marketplace

And of course, R-Marketplace is a platform for NFT trading and crypto-assets. Everything is controlled by smart contracts, without intermediaries, and 5% is also distributed among all REVOLT hodlers in the same way. It has a decent collection of assets from around the world.

We at REVOLT really appreciate the basic principles of the crypto world: decentralization and engaged community.

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