Gimli is a decentralized platform for eSport streamers and viewers. Streamers can turn viewers into engaged supporters by organizing bets, votes, asking for donations, and creating prize pools for tournaments using the ERC20 Ethereum token GIM. Interact with our betting and voting smart contracts here. Gimli is provably fair, all functionalities are Ethereum smart contracts tailor made for streamers and stream viewers. Gimli empowers streamers by enabling them to connect directly with their audience, increase and control novel revenue opportunities.
Why is Gimli relevant
Streamers have massive audience in the hundreds of millions globally. Yet, streamers monetization of their viewers is low.
Gimli fits in alongside current monetization methods. With Gimli, streamers can create entertainments and functionalities with GIM embedded commissions. From the substantial source of direct GIM revenues, to better engagement, higher number of minutes watched and increased donations, Gimli’s promise is to give control back to streamers.
- Team led and backed by blockchain technology experts, professional streamers and gamers, and financial investors. - Partnerships with streamers ( reaching over 1million viewers) and a dozen top pro gamers in the team. - Revenues go to Streamers who profit when their fans use Gimli, thus encouraging viral user adoption.
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Conceptually this project is not unique. There are other projects such as Unikoin (Gold + Silver) that have the same premise and offer more investment security based on an already working and proven business model. The Unikoin project is even backed by Mark Cuban (A well known Billionaire investor). Obtaining gambling licenses for every jurisdiction it operates in is no easy feat. Gimli could be a good investment if they can deliver a working product to their community, they have a long road of work ahead to remain competitive and stay relevant in the eSports betting industry. Although Gimli could be a half decent investment, we don't see it as something that stands out to us, especially with their cheap marketing tactics to look bigger than they really are.
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