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- GLOBAL MASS USAGE of cryptocurrency
- Make cryptocurrency INCLUSIVE

The FREE coin is a utility coin to support the digital transformation of the global money market.

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Transferring / Trading in general

FREE can be bought. This is done at exchanges and DeFi’s

FREE is listed at many exchanges. These can be viewed at our website or at CMC or CoinGecko

Ethereum ERC-20: 0x2f141ce366a2462f02cea3d12cf93e4dca49e4fd
Binance BEP-20: 0x12e34cdf6a031a10fe241864c32fb03a4fdad739
Tron TRC-10: 1003134

Pricewise there is no difference. The main difference is the fee that is paid when funds are transferred. For now, fees are relatively low at the networks of Binance and Tron.

When there is the need to “swap” between the networks, e.g., from ERC-20 to BEP-20, you can (amongst other things) (1) use three of our listed exchanges, or (2) use any possible exchange.

(1) You can deposit at an exchange providing the possibility to deposit your FREE in your current blockchain, and withdraw your FREE using another blockchain; or This can be done at these exchanges providing the following alternatives:

Exchange Deposit options Withdraw options
Catex ERC-20
CoinTiger ERC-20
Latoken ERC-20

For example: you have FREE (ERC-20) and want to swap them to FREE (BEP-20), you deposit your funds at either one of the four using the ERC-20 network and withdraw them using the BEP-20 network. Note: there are different minimal deposit amounts and withdrawal fees per exchange.

(2) You can sell your FREE at any listed exchange, send and swap these funds at any possible exchange, send these funds to any listed exchange, and buy FREE.

Trading [buy/sell]

This is a guide to trade, either to buy or to sell, FREE.

Trading can be done at the listed exchanges. We strongly advise to trade via listed exchanges. If you trade P2P (person to person), you risk getting scammed and you could lose your money. If something seems too good to be true, it usually is.

As said, trading can be done at listed exchanges. These can be divided in (1) centralised exchanges, and (2) decentralised exchanges.

(1) Centralised exchanges are exchanges on which you have to register before you can trade. By doing so, you create a personal wallet on that specific exchange to which you send funds in order to trade for a pair that is listed on that specific exchange.
So: (1) register; (2) send funds; (3) trade.
Trading at such exchanges is elaborated here.

(2) Decentralised exchanges are exchanges on which you, instead of registering an account, connect a personal wallet. By doing so, you have access to the funds on your personal wallet on that particular exchange and can buy other funds using the pairs on the exchange. Trading at such exchanges is elaborated here.

Choosing an exchange is a personal choice. Often, exchanges are chosen based the type of blockchain used and the 24h volume. This makes sense: you want to choose an exchange to which you are able to send funds and you want an exchange with relatively high 24h volume in order to be (relatively better) able to trade.

Also keep in mind that exchanges differ on minimal deposit and withdrawal fee.
For now, while the fees on the ERC-20 network are relatively high, we suggest you choose either an centralised exchanges to which you can transfer funds using the BEP-20 or TRC-10 network, or a decentralised exchange to which you can connect a personal wallet on the BEP-20 or TRC-10 network (see below).

Personal wallets are used to store FREE (outside of exchanges) and to trade at decentralised exchanges.
Such wallets are MetaMask, Trust Wallet, Tronlink choose one that suits you. Keep in mind though: choose a wallet that is in accordance with the blockchain you want to transfer/trade on. Tronlink, for example, is for FREE (TRC-10), while MetaMask can switch between networks.

How to buy/trade FREE
If you already own crypto’s, you can skip step 1.
[1] – Buy your first crypto (USDT, BTC, ETH, whatever is possible), either through (1) a bank transfer or (2) the use of a credit card.
This can be done via a variety of sites, examples are Coinbase , Moonpay or Binance.
It is highly recommended, in my opinion, buy via Binance and in particular BNB (Binance’s token).
This transaction can take some time, up to a few work days.

[2] ¬– Set up a wallet.