On April 30th, the Student Coin ICO, also referred to as the biggest ICO of 2021, will come to an end.
In fact, so far more than $9.7 million has already been raised, and it’s only a little while before the goal is reached.
Student Coin is the first platform that allows users to easily design, create and manage DeFi tokens and NFTs. The goal is to change the future of the digital economy.
Student Coin is also working on its own exchange where anyone will be able to trade various tokens, including premium tokens that will only be available on this exchange.
The growth potential of this token is so great that its value has already increased tenfold in just a few months. In fact, at the time of its launch, it was worth only 1.7 thousandths of a dollar, while it is now worth 17 thousandths of a dollar.
The project’s roadmap foresees the listing of the STC token on the main crypto exchanges as early as the second quarter of 2021, while the third quarter will see the launch of the exchange, terminal and apps for the general public.
The Student Coin project started in 2018 as an idea to create an educational token for the Student Investor’s Club “Kapitalni” at Kozminski University in Warsaw. The first token, called “ALK Student Coin“, was created and distributed among club members and university students between December 2019 and January 2020, and was appreciated from day one.
After reaching the first 2,000 users from 18 different countries and 200 universities, “ALK” was removed from the name at the end of April 2020, and then a website was created with the educational panel to learn the principles of cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology and cybersecurity.
New team members were later recruited, from universities such as Harvard University, the London School of Economics and New York University, expanding the network to 200 international schools and 6,000 users.
The Student Coin team consists of the CEO and founder, Wojciech Podobas, who has written 2 books on finance and cryptocurrency, and several students from other universities and countries, including Harvard University.
The Advisory Board consists of Andrzej Kusmierz, Ph.D at Stanford University and Kozminski University, Karolina Marzantowicz, from UCSC Silicon Valley Extension, Wojciech Mróz, Konrad Zacharzewski, Marcin Kolago and Mateusz Mach.