TRON to launch blockchain game platform for TRX holders

TRON and Game.com announced partnership in order to create a game platform based on blockchain which will be available for TRX holders on January 22
09 January 2018   4654

Game.com is a service which is aiming to create global gaming platforms for blockchain digital currencies. On January 7, the chief executive officer of Game.com has announced that the platform partnered with TRON, a blockchain-based decentralized protocol that aims to construct a worldwide free content entertainment system with the blockchain and distributed storage technology.

The partnership is aimed at creating a gaming platform, available on tron.game.com, which can be used only by the holders of TRX token. The English and Korean versions of the game platform will be launched on January 22.

Currently TRON takes the first place in the list of tokens ranked by market capitalization, and those are main market parameters of TRON at the moment of press:

  • Average price: $0,151489
  • Marketcap: $9 960 127 930
  • 24h volume: $1 354 480 000

SEC to Accuse Opporty International in Illegal ICO

The company had sold $600k worth OPP Tokens, which are being considered by the watchdog as an unregistered securities
22 January 2020   73

The US SEC claims that Opporty International has raised about $ 600,000 from nearly 200 investors in the illegal ICO process, and its founder, Sergey Gribnyak, is accused of conducting a fraudulent initial coin offering process.

According to the US SEC, the blockchain company sold OPP Tokens, which are unregistered securities with digital assets.

The Securities Commission claims that the blockchain company Opporty lied to its users, claiming that their ICO was regulated.

The SEC claims that Opporty has condoned several illegal acts, including the misappropriation of third-party content without endorsement or attribution, to create the false impression that actual users of the platform created this content. Regulators say the defendants falsely told their potential investors that they had “taken on board” the company with more than 6,000 trusted suppliers.

As stated in the SEC complaint, Opporty violated five sections of the Securities and Exchange Act. Regulators are seeking an injunction to allow the company to place digital or other securities. The document also mentions Clever Solution Inc, another business run by Gribnyak, accused of, among other things, extortion.