On September 5, the Kvadrat Film Company hosted a press conference dedicated to the ICO campaign of the Ampir V film by Viktor Ginzburg. The goal of the Bablos ICO is not only to raise additional funds for the final stage of filming and post-production, but also to pioneer the use of the open investments model in the film industry. At the event, journalists could get insights into the project directly from director Viktor Ginzburg, producers Ivan Zasursky and Maria Kapralova, ICO producer Andrei Mogin, as well as Peter Darakhvelidze, the director of development of the WebMoney Transfer system who is responsible for the technical part of the ICO. Watch the press conference on the Empire V YouTube-channel.
At the launch of the sales, over 100,000 Bablos were sold. It means that the ICO campaign of the Ampir V film reached the Soft Cap (2,000 ETH) in record time. For the ICO, 2,000,000 Bablos were issued, with 1,700,000 Bablos available for public sale. The remaining 6% of Bablos are distributed among the A-listers participating in the Empire V project and sent to bounty programs; 9% are secured to the reserve fund to cover part of technical works on the project and support the Bablos currency rate.
Starting now, you can buy Bablos tokens not only with Ethereum, BitCoin or WebMoney. To make it easier for our investors, we offer more ways to purchase Bablos. If you buy Bablos for ₽15,000 or less with a single transaction, use Visa, MasterCard or ruble Sberbank Online. When buying more Bablos, make several transactions. The Bablos.com platform allows everyone to become an investor and make money on a great film project. The basic package costs only 10 Bablos (0.2 ETH).