Gold Reward has recently released their brand new ICO.
You can find their ICO and our friends Gold reward review over at their website.
To start with our opinion of goldreward will be tough, I find that the ICO looks very promising however the amount of capital they are looking to raise is rather mind boggling.
Our favorite thing about this new crypto is how they are looking to develop the platform. The development phase has already begun and in-fact it started in early 2017. Beginning early as March 2017 the coin has been grown to be able to participate in this new ICO. We have seen the elevation of the CATA-E trading bot which they are looking to develop.
Thanks to their awesome rewards programme, you can use the gold reward coin to pay anyone for anything that requires a amazing prize. For example you can use the crypto at gaming tournaments. When people complete a tournament and finish in 1st, 2nd or 3rd place, you can reward them with the coin. They can then move this coin into fiat currency.
AJ Tracey has been looking to get into the Gold Reward ICO, and were happy to see that. If AJ says that the coin is going to do well, then we know that throughout the rest of 2017 and the majority of 2018 we will see big growth coming from the market.
Speculators are already looking to pick up large quantities through the GoldReward ICO, and although we haven’t invested yet we will probably going in on the 3rd round of the initial coin offering.
Although Centra Card and other coins have received celebrity backing from famous names such as DJ Khaled, and Floyd Mayweather, we don’t think they have as much potential that we can see inside of GoldRewards.
Get ready because 2018 is going to be the biggest year yet.
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