Singapore, Singapore, October 11, 2021: Ojamu is excited to announce the listing of its native OJA token on the Uniswap platform, after selling out its IDO in minutes in the first ever triple-IDO on the PAID/IGNITION Global, Asia and India platforms. The Uniswap listing marks an essential milestone for the MarTech platform which leverages AI (Artificial Intelligence), NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and blockchain technology, enabling brands to reach their digital marketing goals.
Ojamu, a MarTech platform bringing the power of blockchain, AI and NFTs to empower brands in both the blockchain/crypto and non-blockchain business spaces, has successfully listed its OJA token on Uniswap, a leading decentralized global exchange providing several potential trading pairs for the $OJA token.
The OJA token has been successful throughout its early lifecycle thus far. Ojamu raised $1.7 million through an oversubscribed private sale earlier this month. The private sale participants included Ascensive Assets, A195, Protocol Ventures, Moonrock Capital, MarketAcross, Master Ventures, Morningstar Ventures, X21, Rarestone Capital, Waterdrip Capital, Chain Capital and others.
The IDO sale of $OJA occurred through multiple PAID/IGNITION launchpads. First, members of these platforms could acquire the token through an initial dEX offering (IDO) across Ignition, PAID Network India, and PAID Network Asia. Ignition is PAID Network's decentralized swapping protocol to help blockchain service providers organize private and public auctions for tokens. During the IDO, investors could acquire tokens for a price of $0.1180.
Built to be interoperable across leading blockchains such as Ethereum, Polygon, Polkadot and Solana, Ojamu is a Singapore-based MarTech platform that automates and optimizes digital marketing campaigns across any industry vertical, utilizing real-time data, AI and blockchain technology.
Ojamu enables brands to reach their digital marketing goals with data-driven predictions and recommendations across all digital channels, both in the blockchain and ‘traditional’ business space.
- Fateh Singh