Gaimin.io, a blockchain-powered gaming platform that connects the world’s largest supply of distributed GPU processing power, started the year by meeting potential investors in Zug, Switzerland. A total of 3 roundtables were held from 5th – 7th January 2020, and there is a significant increase in traditional investors interested in cryptocurrencies.
The purpose of the roundtables is to share insights in the blockchain and cryptocurrencies communities and also the road map of Gaimin.io. The investors in Switzerland had requested formal meetings since mid 2019, but due to scheduling conflicts with multiple parties, the meetings were delayed until January 2020.
“The meetings are long overdue. We have investors who came on board from Switzerland since the earlier days and wanted us to come by so that they can introduce more people to us who can help the project grow. I am thankful to be here, and thanks to the heartwarming team in Zug, we managed to conduct 3 roundtable sessions with more than 40 participants. Another thing to take note is that the questions they have are more detailed this time, and more traditional and institutional investors reached out to us. This means that the industry is growing. One of the investors told everyone at the table that gamers will be the main adopters of blockchain, not just finance, and Gaimin.io has the vision to change the game. This is a confidence boost for all of us,” Clive Aroskin, Chief Operating Officer of Gaimin shared.
Joesph Taylor, a traditional investor, asked teething questions like why choose the new exchange, Bicomony, for the upcoming initial exchange offering; when is Gaimin GMRX token going to be listed and how is the price of the token maintained. “I believe many of us at the table would like to know the details of what I have asked. There are way too many tokens in the market where their value went down by 70 percent or more. I hope to hear what you have for us.”
The questions were well responded by Clive. Biconomy is a new exchange based in Canada, and all the team members were key members in world-leading exchanges before joining Biconomy. Gaimin.io believes that IEO in new exchanges and markets will bring in new communities and partnerships to support the ecosystem. This has been proven in the previous 2 IEOs. As for the question on listing, Clive replied that it depends on the market; the plan to list will be around 1st quarter of 2020.
Lastly on the pricing of GMRX token. “The prices of GMRX tokens will only be driven by demand. As you know, the gaming market is huge and they are already using cryptocurrencies as a mode of payment in the very early days. We do not see our tokens as a form of speculative product. We have real token usage and allowing our users to earn more tokens using their GPU balanced the equation. To add on, we only work with exchanges like Biconomy who are like-minded and want to walk a sustainable long term journey with us.”
Clive’s firm replies gave the investors more confidence. The investor roundtable sessions previously held in South Korea, Spain, Canada, Netherlands were a success, and the investor relations team led by Sander de Bruijn and Shuan Martelly will continue to pave the paths for Gaimin in this global arena. The series of investor roundtables in Zug are also part of the preparation for pre-IEO with Biconomy to engage with more stakeholders.
For more information of Gaimin and the upcoming IEO, visit www.gaimin.io or www.biconomy.com