CVNX Smart Contract Update

Crypviser Governance Token

Dear Crypviser Community and Followers,

With this update, we are noticing you that the CVNX ERC20 smart contracts have been renewed in the Ethereum Mainnet.

Here are the new CVNX smart contract addresses:

The following changes have been applied in the upgraded smart contracts:

We have enabled support for the staking option in CVNX. After distribution and swap, CVNX holders will be able to stack their tokens and earn a CVT Stable Coin (=$1) as a reward in the most secure messenger, Crypviser 2.0.
CVNX holders will have a variety of staking plans available with the best terms and highest APYs.

The CVNX total supply has been revised in the renewed token smart contract. The initial issue is only 15.000.000 tokens and will increase gradually as the milestones of the development roadmap are completed.

According to the CVN Foundation resolution of September 8th, 2021 a temporary transaction limit has been applied on CVNX transactions of 10% of the balance, or a maximum of 1.000 tokens per address in 24 hours.
The limits are due to the desire to reduce the impact of a market aftershock from a CVN swap to CVNX and avoid token price collapse.
The limits are set temporarily and will be removed once trading on the new CVNX markets, including Huobi Global, stabilizes and levels off.

Following the rebranding of Crypviser 2.0, we are introducing the new CVNX governance token logo.
The circle-shaped logo stands for a simple and reliable “wheel” in constant forward motion! And the new color scheme gives CVNX a fresh and solid look.

Colour scheme: #00004C #0BE35F

We are developing a powerful CVNX Web3 dApp, which provides a user-friendly front-end and allows to perform the swap, stack, and governance voting transactions in a simple way.

The CVNX dApp will be launched before the end of 2021.

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