PR: TokenStars Launches ACE Token Sale, Early Bird Buyers Get Up To 50% Purchase + 40% Conversion Bonus
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The first blockchain talent management agency aims to raise up to $7.5M to support aspiring celebrities
TokenStars, the first blockchain talent management agency, launches ACE token sale to support aspiring tennis players and participate in their success. Early bird crowdsale buyers can get up to 50% purchase bonus and 40% extra bonus for the first conversion of ACE tokens into other vertical: football (soccer), poker ad cybersport will be launched by the end of 2017.
ACE token sale runs from 12.00 pm PDT on September 10th, 2017, to 12.00 pm PDT October 31st, 2017. A number of early bird bonuses are available for the first ten days of crowdsale, including:
40% – for token purchases made by September 13th;
30% – for token purchases made by September 16th
20% – for token purchases made by September 20th;
Additional 5% bonus to be added to the purchases of 5 BTC and higher;
Additional 5% referral bonus for using a promo code;
40% extra bonus for the first conversion of ACE into other verticals’ tokens.
«We are thrilled by the attention that TokenStars received during the ACE pre-sale. It is always a challenge to disrupt an established industry. The market trusts in our first tennis players, star advisory board, and top-notch management team. With the revenue of $82,000 expected in September-October, we are excited to show that our approach can truly change the talent management industry and share the value amongst supporters. And to express our appreciation to the pre-sale supporters, we are bringing their minimum pre-sale purchase bonus to 45%,” says Pavel Stukolov, CEO at TokenStars.
One ACE token costs 0.0001 BTC (1 BTC = 10,000 tokens). During the sale, the minimum purchase amount is lowered to a 100 tokens per transaction. Investors can pay for tokens with Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). Altogether, TokenStars plans to raise up to $7.5M equivalent in ACE token sale.
By supporting athletes and other celebrities, TokenStars will receive agency commission. Token holders will get access to exclusive fan benefits (trainings, tickets, meet&greet events, merchandise), endorsement opportunities, and a chance to get more remuneration for helping to scout and promote new talents. 4 weeks after the sale finishes, ACE tokens will appear on the popular crypto exchanges.
«Young tennis players lack financial resources, and established players are often neglected by traditional TMAs when it comes to brand contracts. TokenStars has a potential not only to support aspiring celebrities, but also to bring together a community where the success benefits everyone. The recent deal with Tribuna Digital and Sports.ru will help TokenStars to attract millions of non-blockchain fans to the project. I personally can’t wait to see a number of rising stars on the major tennis tournaments,’’ says Anastasia Myskina, Roland Garros champion and TokenStars advisor.
To join TokenStars crowdsale, investors can purchase tokens in the user account on a company’s website: https://tokenstars.com/en/ace/.
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