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Blockchain Gaming Platform Launches Presale

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UK-based gaming platform TriForce Tokens is preparing for its imminent token presale. In the lead up to its presale, the TriForce Tokens team have secured numerous partnerships, most recently with Counter-Strike world champion Danny ‘fRoD’ Montaner and Latin-American video game publisher Busca Todo. The Triforce Tokens Presale will run from the 20th of February to the 6th of March 2018 will open at 12:30 pm UTC.

Over the past few months, the TriForce Tokens team have been focused on finalizing long-term partnerships, acquiring the most suitable advisors, securing its KYC process and promoting its secure whitelist process to all crypto and gaming enthusiasts interested in participating in its presale.

TriForce Tokens aims to become the industry standard on multiple gaming platforms offering player-to-player trading, anti-piracy and an honorary system that rewards collaborative gameplay. Blockchain technology will allow the developers to offer new revenue models, lower player attrition rate, player behavioural analysis and will create a new gaming experience for players where they can build a digital asset empire.

The base rate per FORCE token will be set to 1 ETH = 6,000 FORCE during the next event and main token sale, regardless of the crypto-currency used. Total supply of FORCE created will be 2,000,000,000 with 1,500,000,000 available for contributors. Any unsold FORCE will be burned at the end of the main token sale. Contributors during the presale will receive a 25% discount. The goal to is to sell out the $1,500,000 Supply of FORCE available; 15,000,000 out of the 1,500,000,000 potential total supply including the main token sale.

The TriForce Tokens Presale will raise funds and be managed through a portal hosted through its official website, which operates over a SHA256 SSL encryption. It will also have DDOS protection from Cloudflare, firewalls and server access policies to offer all participants the highest level of security.

Montaner, E-sports manager of FaZe Clan and former world champion CS: GO, recently joined the new cryptocurrency project as an advisor and agrees it is set to shape the future of gaming.

The company has additionally established full membership with TIGA, the UK-based games and publisher network and trade association. It is also a corporate member of the Crypto Valley Association incubator supported by the Swiss government. The project also benefits from the business cooperation with the academia of Coventry University Enterprises Ltd, alongside an on-going IP audit for technology and brand with the UK government’s Innovate UK.

TriForce Tokens are aimed to empower the players. It provides revenue generation options, a social hub connected directly to the entire gaming community, a unique reward and honouree system all whilst playing games. Its vision of a global gaming network hopes to addresses the prohibitive barriers to market entry and cross-platform communication. TriForce Tokens will offer ways to rapidly deploy common features across any platform and any game, such as tournaments, P2P trading, and peer ranking. Instead of replacing existing revenue models, the technology will assist the expansion of new revenue models.

To improve player retention, TriForce Tokens also assists developers with providing novel gaming experiences, using big data crunching and behavioral analysis to provide deep player insights. TriForce Tokens also promises an authentication network to help developers minimize piracy concerns, while also allowing them to extract some revenue from pirated content. Backed by an ensemble of experts from a range of sectors, including corporate management, online gaming, computer security and blockchain development.

Matthew Warner
Based near Windsor, England, Matthew Warner is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick and also holds an PGCE in education degree. Matthew is a member of Mensa.