New age protocols and blockchain capabilities applied to traditional methodologies

Building communities above geographical boundaries

decentralised economy

The Milk.farm Project

A project that brings the old farming products exposure to the new age protocols and capabilities.

Using the modern capabilities and existing blockchain technology Milk.farm Project intends to help farmers who want to practice sustainable agriculture and their business to build bigger communities above geographical boundaries in order to increase their products’ availability and diversity, to reach a bigger visibility scale and to shorthen the existing supply chain to the supermarkets.

By building and increasing the farming communities Milk.farm Project is seeking ways to help the farmers reach with their products to the big supermarket chains, which usually request big quantities, dedicated supply chains, increased availability.

Milk.farm Project intends to help also the environment friendly expansion of the farmers markets that provide fresh, healthy products at competitive prices, so both the farmers and consumer benefit. Using the blockchain technology Milk.farm Project team works to develop possibilities of using descentralised farming communities to offer online farming products directly to the final consumer.

Highlights

Features

Boiled $MILK

Milk gets burned. 2% of every $MILK transaction gets burned and destroyed forever.
The act of burning effectively removes tokens from the available supply, increasing its relative scarcity.

Automatic Staking

Staking $MILK tokens is as easy as possible. Just hold the $MILK tokens in your wallets and the balance will increase.
There is no need for manual staking setup or other staking interfaces.

Whipped cream

The more $MILK tokens you have in the wallet and hold the better it gets, you will receive more $MILK tokens. There is a 2% redistribution reward tax applied for all transactions.

TimeLock

TimeLock contracts will ensure the sustainability and stability of the tokens.
10% of the $MILK tokens (allocated to the team) will be blocked for 12 months and will not go into circulation.

Blockchain

Network

Binance Smart Chain (BSC) is best described as a blockchain that runs in parallel to the Binance Chain. Unlike Binance Chain, BSC boasts smart contract functionality and compatibility with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). The design goal here was to leave the high throughput of Binance Chain intact while introducing smart contracts into its ecosystem.

Our data

Tokenomics

Token distribution between stakeholders and different marketing and development activities.

  • Airdrops 5%
  • Marketing & activities 10%
  • Exchange liquidity 45%
  • Scheduled burn 30%
  • Team & development 10%
Airdrops
5,000,000
Marketing & activities
10,000,000
Exchange liquidity
45,000,000
Scheduled burn
30,000,000
About token

Token Sale

  • Name:MILK.farm Token
  • Type: BEP20
  • Symbol: MILK
  • Platform: Binance Smart Chain (BSC)
  • Total supply: 100,000,000 $MILK
  • Accepted currency: BNB
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Road Map

Q1 2021

Testnet launch

Q1 2021

Mainnet launch

Q2 2021

Exchange listing

Q3 2021

Yield farming launch

Q3 2021

Marketing campaigns

Q4 2021

Coin burn

FAQ

Frequency Asked Questions

What is a blockchain ?

Blockchain is a specific type of database.

It differs from a typical database in the way it stores information, blockchains store data in blocks that are then chained together.

As new data comes in it is entered into a fresh block. Once the block is filled with data it is chained onto the previous block, which makes the data chained together in chronological order.

What is DeFi ?

Decentralized Finance or “DeFi” is a novel financial system that operates independently and does not rely on centralized financial intermediaries like banks, credit unions, or insurance funds.

Instead, users have the ability to transfer, trade, invest, and transact peer to peer using cryptocurrencies and digital assets via automated smart contracts, eliminating the need for these slow and costly intermediaries.

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