Justin Sun: Tron’s first game TronDice paid 200 million TRX token
Tron’s first game TronDice has paid 200 million TRX Token, tweets founder Justin Sun. 200 million TRX is equivalent to $4.6 million.
Trondice now reaches 200 million TRX total won! #TRON #TRX $TRX https://t.co/68BArAxWjM
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) November 2, 2018
TronDice is a simple gambling game, where a user guesses the number in the next roll. The number can be anywhere between 0-100. The winning odds are determined by the range in which a user is willing to guess. Lower the range, higher the odds.
The game uses a Tron smart contract to generate the number. The game was released a week after the Tron main net launch. The game requires you to connect to your Tron wallet via TronLink, a chrome extension which allows you to link your Tron wallet with Tron DApps.
Is the game legit?
Justin Sun is known in the industry to make bold announcements from seemingly not so newsworthy developments regarding Tron platform, a fact evident by the so-called Tron’s and Baidu “partnership“. It would be of no surprise if this game was another of his marketing tactics to push Tron. Blockmanity’s team wasn’t able to test the game out but we did notice a few errors.
The weekly leaderboard wasn’t working and was stuck at loading. And moreover, the Total payout counter was increasing at an alarming rate of 2000+ TRX tokens within a second. These flags makes you wonder, whether the game is legit, or just a marketing stunt to bring attention to Tron or worst a way to steal TRX tokens.
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