The Moscow based blockchain poker room’s presale has already come to a successful conclusion, raising USD 400,000, with the main token sale beginning October 26th, 2017.
[Note: This is a press release.]
The platform’s CASH tokens, offered during the crowdsale campaign will allow participants to earn a portion of the profits generated by the platform as it becomes operational. To avail this opportunity, potential investors who missed the presale can purchase Cash Poker Pro’s tokens early on during the upcoming main ICO round. The platform will offer the tokens against BTC, ETH, Waves as well as fiat (USD, RUR, EUR) currency payments.
Cash Poker Pro is utilizing the funds raised during the ICO to market and promote the upcoming main token sale involving 50 million CASH tokens worth $0.50 each (10 times the presale price). The platform has early bird bonuses set for the crowdsale, offering another opportunity for the participants to get CASH tokens at a discounted rate.
Funds from the main round will be allocated heavily into development and marketing, with the hopes of bringing players, both every day and poker stars from all over the world on to the platform. While the electronic poker room will serve primarily to the Russian and Kazakhstan markets, users globally will be able to access Cash Poker Pro’s services if they desire to.
Cash Poker Pro looks to be a provably fair room, with an RNG that can be verified via the blockchain, and that allows users to play quickly and anonymously. The numbers will be generated by a set of Ethereum contracts, using a combination of input data from several sources for a better entropic set. The platform’s whitepaper discusses the random number generator in detail.
The team behind Cash Poker Pro has over a decade of experience in offline gambling market as well as over three years of expertise in the poker industry. The poker room, when launched, will have electronic poker tables, bingo, lottery, as well as the necessary infrastructure to keep things running smoothly, such as casino security and risk management systems.
Images courtesy of Cash Poker Pro
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