TriForce Tokens has started its highly anticipated token presale with a base rate of 1 ETH = 6,000 FORCE and a generous 25% contributor bonus.

TriForce Tokens, the decentralised application and network for gaming community, has officially started its highly anticipated token presale.

The UK-based startup is set to revolutionize the gaming industry through its decentralized and universally accepted gaming currency, FORCE. The company’s main goal is to unify gaming platforms, so that players could trade with each other through peer-to-peer channels. Moreover, TriForce Tokens will provide its users with groundbreaking security and reward system. Its anti-piracy protocol will guarantee the protection of the developers’ assets, while its unique honorary system will reward players for collaborative gaming.

TriForce Tokens has caught a lot of attention from the industry lately, due to its synergistic partnership with some of the leading authorities in gaming and business. Among the latest are Counter-Strike world champion Danny ‘fRoD’ Montaner and leading Latin-American video game publisher Busca Todo.

Other partnerships include full membership with TIGA, the UK-based games and publisher network and trade association; corporate membership with Crypto Valley Association, incubator supported by the Swiss government; business cooperation with the academia of Coventry University Enterprises Ltd; and on-going IP audit for technology and brand with the UK government’s Innovate UK.

TriForce Tokens public sale has begun yesterday, on 20th February, at 12:30 pm UTC. The event is currently running and will last until 6th of March. All contributions made at a base rate of 1 ETH = 6,000 FORCE will be granted with a generous 25% discount on all.

The total amount of tokens planned to be emitted during the platform’s TGE is estimated at 2,000,000,000 FORCE, with 1,500,000,000 available to contributors.

For the security purpose, TriForce Tokens TGE will be hosted and managed on its official website, operating over a SHA256 SSL encryption and with integrated DDOS protection from Cloudflare, firewalls, and server access policies. The company expects a hitch-free event and has advised participants to only contribute through the website.

TriForce Tokens will reward contributions based on an incentivized structure tied to the supply sold. Early contributors will be awarded the most with the discount decreasing as more tokens are sold.

The integration and adoption of the company’s native token FORCE across the gaming industry will open up a proven venture capital mechanism, secure the exchange, assets and interactions, and provide a transparent and accountable platform for community building through smart contracts and blockchain technology.

In order to prove its leading position on the blockchain gaming market, TriForce Tokens has recently collaborated with Latin America’s leading publisher for video game content, Busca Todo. The partnership is focused mostly on solving real-world issues facing the industry. It will facilitate FORCE token’s implementation on breakthrough entertainment networks, as well as leverage specialized user experiences, premium content offerings, and social interactions with Spanish-speaking users.

Latin American sector of gaming industry can’t be called an idillyc ecosystem for both gamers and developers, with all the issues and challenges appearing every now and then for the reason of the market’s highly centralized nature. Frequent piracy and limited source of funding drastically reduce the potentials of developers and game studios, while gamers have no way of consolidating their in-game wealth.

Decentralizing the ecosystem, which TriForce Tokens is here to create, seems to be the only reasonable solution. With the industry’s turning to the blockchain, developers will be allowed to protect their properties and secure funding, while gamers will get the opportunity to consolidate their online wealth and leverage their skills.

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