Bountie aims to disrupt the e-sports industry by introducing a blockchain-based token that can be earned and be used when participating in tournaments.
Instead of earning fiat money, a participant will earn Bountie tokens when as the prize money for winning competitions. Bountie tokens can then be used for the following instances:
- Participating in tournaments
- Shopping in the Bountie store
- Converting to other cryptocurrencies
- Converting Bountie tokens to cash and then withdraw
Earning Bountie coins is easy. You can get it from winning tournaments and competitions, being in the top 10 of Bountie leaderboard, finishing quests (such as finishing 10 games or daily login rewards), using Bountie gaming platform, referral rewards, and promotions or giveaways.
Bountie relies on its efficient matchmaking system for tournaments and competitions so that players get matched to players based on their skill level. It also has an F2P (free-to-play) element where players can join for free and win Bountie coins.
Bountie runs on the Ethereum Blockchain. You can join the Bountie ICO on April 29, 2018. The trade price is 1 ETH = 4,000 BNE.
- You can check Bountie official website and ICO HERE.
Bountie counts DXRacer Singapore, MSI Global, Singapore Cybersports & Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) as its initial partners. You can get discounts by using Bountie in their partner shops. The Bountie team aims for its token to get traction in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia.
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