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FireLotto Unveils ICO for Blockchain-Based Crypto Lottery Platform

FireLotto is built on the Ethereum blockchain and uses Bitcoin’s decentralized protocol to ensure fair play

Sea Technology Investments, the Singaporean entity that runs FireLotto is happy to announce the FireLotto ICO that shall begin on March 15, 2018. During the token generation event, Sea Technology Investments shall make available, 100 million FireLotto tokens (FLOT) with 77 percent of these targeting backers.

Moreover, some 20 percent of the tokens shall be reserved for the core development team while the bounty program participants will have their hands on the remaining 3 percent. Upon launch, FireLotto will represent the first cryptocurrency lottery in the world.

The project is built on an innovatively crafted Fair Play principle that is hedged on the blockchain. FireLotto will aim to revolutionize and disrupt the lottery industry. As a token generation event, it is different from most ICOs because it has a product that has already been launched.

As such, the lottery is built on the Ethereum blockchain and uses Bitcoin’s decentralized protocol to ensure fair play. The lottery employs a secure Random Number Generator (RGN). FireLotto has an interface that is easy to use; its one-click buying mechanism makes it fast, reliable and convenient as well.

At the same time, the FireLotto launched a SAFT agreement (Simple Agreement for Future Tokens), which will see the FireLotto’s ICO documents being filed with the SEC, thus opening the door for US investors to participate in the pre-sale offering that will guarantee the 15 percent discount on day 1 of the ICO proper.

So, for the first time in almost 15 years, American investors will be allowed the opportunity to be part of the online gaming industry by being investors in FireLotto and consequently, partakers of the prize pool of online lottery games.

The product

The FireLotto shall present four kinds of lotteries; the 4/20, 5/36, 6/45, and the Roger’s Wheel. Collectively, these four make up the FireLotto, which shall use the Ethereum smart contracts to conduct the lottery, collect and distribute the funds, randomly draw the winning tickets and pay the token holders’, the sales commission of the lottery ticket sales.

As the name suggests, the 4/20 lottery distributes the prize pool to players that match up to 4 numbers. In this lottery, participants that manage to match between three and four lottery numbers get 66 percent (33 percent for each group) of the total prize pool while players that match two numbers get 34 percent of the pie.

The 5/36 lottery pays out the prize pool in bits of 25 percent to the four classes of participants that match from 2 to 5 numbers while the 6/45 lottery pays participants that match from 2 to 6 numbers with each level getting 20 percent of the prize pool.

The Roger’s Wheel, on the other hand, is an instant lottery that combines the gameplay of a slot machine and a traditional wheel of fortune. Here, players shall place bets that range between $2 and $1,000 (Approx. 0.003 and 1 ETH). These wagers give players the opportunity to choose pay-out rates that vary from 2 to 20, which are the multipliers of the players’ winnings.

Next, players get to have a go on the Wheel of Fortune, which has 21 segments. If the stops on the player’s chosen rate, then he or she wins instantly with the prize multiplied by the player’s chosen rate.

Details of the FLOT sale

The crowdsale shall begin on March 15, 2018, with 100 million tokens made available for investors. The prize of each token shall be $0.70 with a set of bonuses during the sale that shall bring the price down to lows of $0.50, and $0.38 during the open round of purchases.

The tokens shall be remitted to the investor’s wallets one week after the ICO closes. For more information about the ICO, please visit the website. Interested persons can also read the whitepaper here, or pose whatever other questions they have to the FireLotto community managers on the Telegram channel.

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