Purchase CITYUPTAKE anytime. Just send your TRX to the address below and the CITYUPTAKE will be returned in under a minute. In rare cases, it may take up to 4 minutes. Please limit each transaction to 250,000 TRX or less.
Wallet Name: Dholt_City_Exchange
Each CITYUPTAKE is 1.35 TRX. Use the calculator below to plan your purchase.
Agents have full access to the exchange. If there is an issue, please use our support feature, or contact me directly on Telegram: @Dholt_EP.
Add the Client Exchange address to your preferred wallet address book for easy anytime buys.
Initial minimum buy is 25,000 CITYUPTAKE for new holders.
Your wallet must be verified to receive less than 25,000 CITYUPTAKE.
Minimum purchase is still 1000 CITYUPTAKE.
Each transaction must be limited to 250,000 TRX or less.
You send TRX to Client Exchange wallet.
A program checks a whitelist for verification.
If sending wallet is verified and the amount sent is greater than 1,350 TRX, the Client Exchange wallet sends CITYUPTAKE. If one of these requirements is not met, the TRX is returned.
If not verified and amount sent is greater than 33,750 TRX, the Client Exchange sends CITYUPTAKE. If the amount sent is less than 33,750, the TRX is returned.
Due to potential regulatory requirements, each transaction must be limited to 250,000 TRX or less.
Check the balance available below if you plan on making a large purchase:
Family is paramount to me. Both my wife and I teach for the local school district and enjoy the time it affords for trips with our girls.
Crypto is a hobby that became a passion once I joined the CityUptake team. It has been a real pleasure working to establish a company that offers the potential to positively impact any family that holds CITYUPTAKE. The weekly residual from my CityUptake holdings has already begun making a difference for my family.
In my spare time, I like to explore the Franklin Mountains on the numerous bike trails that are available. I also serve as Treasurer of two local non-profit organizations.
“The stock market is a device for transferring money from the impatient to the patient.”