California City, California Feb 5, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – The Safe Coliseum (SCOLT) token adoption is proceeding swiftly thanks to a huge marketing campaign. The marketing efforts of the Safe Coliseum team are intended to massively boost the number of holders of the innovative digital currency focused on the needs of the motion picture industry. The SCOLT airdrop has been a tremendous success so far, expanding the SCOLT community with thousands of new members each week.
Safe Coliseum is an innovative cryptocurrency designed with a specific use case in mind – to serve as a backbone of a new, digital, blockchain-based infrastructure for the cinematic industry. By empowering the film industry with easy, reliable access to decentralized technologies, SCOLT aims to radically revolutionize motion picture productions on a global scale.
The movie industry is one of the fastest growing branches of the global economy, currently valued at over $100 billion in total. Even despite the fact that movie theaters around the world were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the rate of expansion of the motion picture industry was not hindered.
Safe Coliseum is working to tap into this massive potential by providing the cinematic industry with blockchain-based solutions designed specifically to hugely improve the way in which movies are made. By using blockchain technology to make the motion picture industry more decentralized, fair, democratic, and inclusive, Safe Coliseum aims to introduce thousands of new talents, ideas, and stories to movie fans around the world.
The Safe Coliseum ecosystem is powered by the SCOLT token – a highly functional, multi-chain digital asset available both on the Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain blockchains. This unique solution is intended to rapidly boost the rate of SCOLT adoption by enabling the investors with the opportunity to buy both SCOLT ERC-20 and BEP-20 tokens.
The Safe Coliseum smart contract has been independently audited by TOKENGUARD. The audit has verified that the SCOLT token is a secure digital asset and that the SCOLT token holders can be confident in the safety of their funds.
The combination of high accessibility, proven security, and the massive potential resulting from the focus on the multi-billion dollar multi-piction industry are the main forces behind the organic growth of the Safe Coliseum ecosystem. Recently, the SCOLT token airdrop was able to increase the rate of expansion even further.
The airdrop of SCOLT tokens has been tremendously successful so far. The SCOLT airdrop, split into multiple phases, is continuously adding thousands of new SCOLT holders to the Safe Coliseum community.
Thanks to the SCOLT airdrop, Safe Coliseum has gained massive social media volume. The project already has tens of thousands of followers combined with social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, making SCOLT one of the fastest growing new tokens in the blockchain ecosystem.
If the current rate of growth of the Safe Coliseum ecosystem continues, the SCOLT token is expected to reach thousands of holders in 2022. However, since the project is still at an early stage of development, it’s possible that the rate of expansion of SCOLT will increase even further.
The massive marketing campaign of Safe Coliseum is only starting, and it’s still possible to participate in SCOLT token airdrop. By joining the Safe Coliseum community, early adopters will have the opportunity to receive SCOLT tokens completely for free.
Safe Coliseum aims to revolutionize the global motion picture industry with the power of decentralized technologies such as blockchain and crypto. If you’d like to be a part of this revolution, visit the official Safe Coliseum social media channels and learn how to participate in the ongoing SCOLT token airdrop:
Official website: https://www.safecoliseum.io/
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