Dear Community users,
Deposit for ShowHand (HAND) had been opened on FCoin. The trading market will be open on FOne trading zone at 20:00(GMT+8) on October 18, 2018. There will be candy distribution activity organized by project team and FOne, see details as follow:
ShowHand (HAND) with 300 million candies will land on FCoin Solomon trading zone.
Duration: from 20:00(GMT+8), Otc.18, 2018 to 00:00(GMT+8), Otc.29, 2018
Reward Plan 1: Hand token reward for deposit
Minimum deposit amount is 100,000 Hand token, 100 million candies will be split by top 1000 users;
Reward Plan 2: Hand token reward for trading
All users are qualitied to participate in 200 million candies split for trading Hand token at Solomon trading zone during the activity, with transaction amount over 0.1 ETH.
1. Only the users deposited over the minimum amount which is 100,000 Hand are qualified for deposit ranking, and the top 1000 users on the ranking list will split the 100 million candies.
2. Only the orders traded on FOne Solomon trading zone with minimum transaction amount over 1 ETH are qualified for 200 million candy split at the end of this activity.
Brief about Showhand Project:
ShowHand (HAND) tokens have become the universal tokens for entertainment games by using the ERC-20 Ethereum underlying protocol which eliminating the need for trusted third parties as payment gateways. Our platform is to develop the decentralized games driven by community. The running logic of the ShowHand token is determined by the pre-released smart contract with no central organization manipulating. The ShowHand token can be used as game platform token to participate in various games. In terms of the payment security of entertainment games, the security guaranteed by the KECCAK256 encryption algorithm has not been cracked so far. As the third-generation secure hash algorithm, even the smallest change in the input will produce completely different hash values under “Avalanche Effect.”, with extremely high stability and low collision. It is a security algorithm universally recognized as safe and has never been cracked so far, which can rule the brute force possibility completely.
Oct. 18, 2018
Dear Community users,