Databroker DAO, a blockchain-based startup, has announced they will be bringing their on the road presentation of their platform to China. As a result they will be extending their token sale until the end of June to allow Chinese investors a chance to get in on the action.
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A new round of official dates and locations have already been publicized for the Databroker DAO excursion. The roadshow will be held in the following cities: Shanghai, Beijing Shenzhen, Hangzhou, and Guangzhou.
The dates of

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