TFL to list on Uniswap next month

True Flip Group (TFG) co-founder Konstantin Katsev has confirmed that the True Flip Coin (TFL) will list on the Uniswap exchange from June 1.

The announcement was one of several scheduled developments that Katsev outlined in a blog post on Tuesday.

The Uniswap listing will be followed by a new TFL tokenomics development strategy by June 10, which will include staking and burning options.

To ensure there is adequate focus on the coin, a new chief token officer (CTO) will join the group by September 1 at the latest, according to Katsev.

He said a dedicated website will arrive so that the group can provide holders with news and accurate quarterly reports.

Meanwhile, a Master Flip, which was expected to happen early in 2021, will be deferred to September 10 instead.

On October 1, the company will start buying back TFL tokens and enable the burning option. Any VIP token holder will be able to convert those into group shares.

The group will proceed with the addition of a sports betting solution on before 2021 is out.

Katsev said moving forward, the group will focus on actively promoting the TFL token and support its owners, referring to investors who have believed in the token enough to purchase it.

The company will also seek to introduce more events, airdrops and stimulating activities as the group is hoping to increase the community size by another 100,000. Katsev added that investors' faith in the team would be rewarded.

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