eBoost, the eSports Token Listing on Binance DEX

eBoost recently announced that it will be listed on Binance DEX beginning on June 10, 2019, at 11 am EST. As of now, eBoost tokens (EBST) are trading against Binance token (BNB) while users retaining control of their funds.

eBoost is the first in-game software token focused on the 5$ billion global eSports market. eBoost’s major goal is to end the lack of blockchain applications in the eSports industry with the use of seamless integration of eBoost coin in the largest gaming communities and in mobile gaming and skill-based esports games.

Binance Chain is simply the blockchain software developed by Binance and its community whereas Binance DEX is the decentralized exchange features developed on the top of Binance Chain. On Binance Chain users have to use BNB as a fee for transactions.

Executive Opinion

Co-founder of eBoost, Marshall Long said, “eBoost continues to innovate and match the growing eSports industry. Moving from Bittrex to Binance’s DEX platform is the logical next step as our community thrives on trustless, transparent, and fast transactions.”
Chief Growth Officer at Binance, Ted Lin said, "We are excited to see eBoost migrating onto Binance Chain and trading on Binance DEX. The token's integrated payment solution for gaming and eSports will benefit well from the speed and scalability of Binance Chain."

eBoost for Game Trading

eBoost is a big thing when looked at it from a gamer’s perspective, as it allows competitive gamers to trade in-game items on the popular Discord channel TradeCentral. eBoost is also used by Mobile gamers as a game economy to purchase game boosts and perform trades between players. eBoost helps in conducting trustless transactions where the two parties don’t trust each other probably because they might not know each other. eBoost can also carry out such transactions in the applications worldwide.

The announcement also mentioned eBoost’s industry partners such as popular professional eSports organization, Mock itEsports.

eBoost held a monthly Rocket League Tournament which last took place on June 8, 2019. The winning prize was a Razor Black Widow Ultimate keyboard.

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