A brand new cryptocurrency-based poker platform CoinPoker is now live for free play. It will operate with CHP tokens and will use blockchain technology against emerging unfair game.
Newly launched blockchain-based online poker site CoinPoker announced a massive promotion. From December 11th, players at CoinPoker can engage in series of freeroll tournaments. A guarantee is the winners will take home a share of 5.000.000 Chips (CHP), an ERC20 token based on Ethereum smart contract.
“We were super stoked to sell out our Pre-Initial Coin Offering (Pre-ICO) in just six days,” a CoinPoker representative told PokerNews.
Unlike the traditional poker sites, CoinPoker is a poker room built on blockchain technology. It offers great value to poker players and investors interested in cryptocurrencies. It’s backed up by several professional poker players. Antanas “Tony G” Guoga, Isabelle Mercier, Warren Lush, and Michael Josem are just a few of them. The project also got attention from PokerNews.com which accepted CoinPoker with opened arms:
“CoinPoker’s key mission is to provide safe, transparent, and trustworthy online poker games,” said Isabelle Mercier. She is a CoinPoker’s representative and a well-known poker industry member.
“Blockchain opens so much more opportunities for the community even in those regions where fans of the game have constant payment problems, like Asia or Latin America. Players around the world can be confident that their funds will be secure, their cards will be random, and their games will be fair.”
Tournaments with no entry fee are open for registration every two hours, so the players who choose to test CoinPoker platform have a nice opportunity to build their CHP bankroll from scratch. All the transactions at CoinPoker happen in chips (CHPs), the site’s very own cryptocurrency. One could also purchase CHP tokens from ICO (Initial Coin Offering). It ended on 26th January with a lot of success. Now they are available at Allcoin.com exchange, with other exchanges to follow in February/March.
It’s time for the new era in poker! And what’s the best way to do it through safe, transparent blockchain technology?