DEFINITION OF WHITELIST
A whitelist is a system that explicitly permits certain specified organizations to access a certain privilege, service, mobility or recognition, i.e. it’s a list of permissible items, if all is by default forbidden. Whitelist is the opposite of a blacklist that lists the items that are banned when all are permitted by default.
In the blockchain sector, a whitelist is a list of addresses of licensed and trustworthy persons, computer programs or bitcoin addresses.
BENEFITS OF ENTERING THE KEPLERSWAP WHITELIST
- Entering the KeplerSwap whitelist grants you the permission to join the KeplerSwap IDO.
- You can take part in the KeplerSwap global closed beta.
- Since the ecosystem is built on an invitation mechanism, KeplerSwap’s future ecology will originate from these whitelists so that members of the whitelist can profit more.
- It provides users with the option to join in on the KeplerSwap beta test.
- Users must be added to the Whitelist in order to participate in KeplerSwap token transactions.
- At the moment, the KeplerSwap ecosystem is managed by a referral system, thus all subsequent and future contacts and connections will be based only on the whitelist.
- Keplerswap will show some of the whitelist users’ invitation codes on the DApp, country by country, so that members who get into the Whitelist may make even more money (amazing, yeah?)
HOW TO ENTER THE KEPLERSWAP WHITELIST
- Fill out an application to become a Global Ambassador.
- In your country, create a KeplerSwap fan community.
- Make KeplerSwap-related videos and post them to Youtube, or demonstrate to the KeplerSwap staff that you are a powerful KOL.
- Inform the KeplerSwap team of your continuing efforts ahead of time.
Each country is restricted to 3–5 whitelisted users and Kepler Swap Whitelist limits to 200. KeplerSwap believers and ecological contributors are those qualified to join the Whitelist. This means that the Whitelist is a priority for participating in the token transactions of KeplerSwap.