What is Token Gama?

Token Gama was founded in 2017 by businessman and technology investor Jez San OBE and has since expanded to become the largest and most experienced group in blockchain gaming. Headquartered in Singapore with core teams based in London and Dublin, Token Gama is a leading blockchain technology provider in the gaming sector.

TGM token 

TGM tokens are used from player bets to operator licensing fees and developer rewards, TGM tokens that power every aspect of the platform. Created as a ERC-20 based cryptocurrency that can be traded on several exchanges for use on our platform.

A total of 980,000 TGMs will be released. The tokens are allocated in the following way: 

  • 40% of the TGM will be sold to gamers, developers, community partners, and private sales and marketing initiatives. 
  • 16% of TGM will be reserved for teams and advisors, delivered linearly over 24 months. 
  • 14% of the TGM will go to the Game Foundation, with a 24-month session. 
  • 30% of TGM will be used as game rewards and for global e-commerce referral programs. Half of the block reward goes to the player.

Pre-Sale Program

38,500 TGM will be sold in priority to markets during the beginning of the project. As a stepping stone to bring the project to the global market in the shortest time.

The company issued TGM token is based in Singapore and pledges that after the presale they will buy back a token amount equal to 5% of the total supply. That amount of TGM tokens will be locked until the TGM price reaches $ 1000 or more before it will be unlocked and put into use in the game system they release.

In particular, TGM is expected to reach $100 in 2021 and $ 10,000 in 2022.

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