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TriForece Tokens added David Drake, a famous angel investor, to its advisory board in order to improve the company’s position before the official start of another ICO.
As it has recently been announced, TriForce Tokens has made its another step forward to global recognition and acceptance by adding David Drake, the Chairman of LDJ Capital and a renowned venture capitalist, to the company’s advisory board. TriForce Tokens is already supported by Coventry University and backed by the UK government’s Innovate UK.
With such famous angel investor as David Drake on board, TriForce Tokens opens up new opportunities on the way to the company’s successful future, as the outspoken venture capitalist has a lot of experience in numerous ventures. Drake is the current chairman of New York-based LDJ Capital which has over 50 directors worldwide and maintains relations with institutions and family offices managing assets of over $1.5 trillion.
According to the TriForce Tokens team, Drake is considered a pioneer in crowdsourced funding. The company backs its claim by pointing at his role in founding both the US Crowdfund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates (CFIRA) and US CrowdFunding Professional Association (CfPA).
In addition to all of this, he has also been involved in many VC and hedge funds — this is the area he has definitely excelled at most.
What TriForce Tokens team is really lucky to be able to use now, is David Drake’s worthwhile network, which includes contacts of about 100,000 investors he has already worked with.
According to David Drake’s comment, he hopes to help the company realize its vision as he sees TriForce Tokens as a “serious contender”:
“I recognise the exceptional aspects that this project is introducing to the industry and with its strong backing from the … University in the UK plus the advisory team, it is a serious contender for this space. We look forward to helping this project grow and the team to realise their vision.”
In addition to David Drake’s entering the company’s advisory board, the team behind TriForce Tokens has recently made a marketing effort within its video game ‘Second Life’ by creating an in-game stand that offers information about the company and cryptocurrencies in general.
‘Second Life’ is a hugely popular PC game with over a million active users, so the marketing effort can be considered as a good idea to increase brand recognition just in time for the company’s next token sale, which will officially start on February 20th and last for approximately two weeks by the beginning of March.
Furthermore, TriForce has also formed partnerships with a few influential groups that will give them support and guidance moving forward – legitimizing them in the eyes of investors and potential customers in the process. The Crypto Valley Association, TIGA (a group of people trying to facilitate and improve game development and digital publishing), and the Coventry University Enterprises Lt are among of them.