TriForce Tokens Annoucnes Beta Release of Mobile App and Token Sale


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Triforce Tokens, a blockchain gaming company, are scheduling their new RaidParty mobile app for beta release shortly before their next token sale as well, which is scheduled to be on February 20th, 2018.  

The app will be embedded in the Triforce Tokens blockchain, allowing gamers, developers, and streamers to engage with each other as well as honor each other through a rewards system. As Triforce Token comes closer to full release, they will share more details regarding on real word utility and adoption of their offerings.

The second token sale, which was recommended based on advice and consultation from partners providing marketing support, will run for two weeks and see the sale of 1.5 billion tokens at a base rate of 1 ETH being equivalent to 6000 FORCE, with a soft cap target of 1,6000 ETH. The sale will start on February 20th and end on March 6th, 2018.

A discount of 25% for the first 1% of the coins they are selling will be applied, so participants are incentivized to participate earlier rather than later. During the token sale, one last token sale will be announced during the month of February as well, with tokens being immediately released after this period. At the same time, FORCE tokens will be listed on several exchange platforms, allowing traders to immediately trade on platforms.

The project backed by both Coventry University and Innovate UK charges forward in its goal of empowering gamers and the community. The mobile app release and token sale also recently follow a renaming of the token from TFT to FORCE in part of the teams relentless marketing goals to raise prominence and awareness for their mission, as well as lead the industry forward in implementing blockchain technology in the multi-billion dollar gaming market.

In the spirit of integrating itself within an existing community, which is usually far easier than creating a new community entirely, Triforce also now has its own information stand within the virtual Cryptocurrency Information Center in the popular virtual reality game Second Life, gaining exposure from the many users that play the game daily.

Continuing in increasing their presence through marketing, Triforce Tokens has also partnered with marketing consultancy firm Look Touch & Feel, which will help them reach token sale commitments, and will be key in giving Triforce Token exposure from top tier media outlets.

About Triforce Tokens

TriForce Tokens’ vision of a decentralized platform addresses the prohibitive barriers of market entry, particularly for independent developers. TriForce Tokens will offer developers a way to rapidly deploy common features across any platform and any game, such as tournaments, P2P trading and peer ranking.

Learn more on the TriForce Tokens website: https://triforcetokens.io

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