Gambit GAM Crowdfund Campaign

Bittrex will be hosting the Gambit GAM Crowdfund Campaign. As a reminder, we are providing escrow for the development team. We are not endorsing this coin or any others on our exchange. Please do your own research before trading.

Gambit ANN -
Proof of Developer -
Developed by Collin LaHay of St. Louis Park, MN

Below are the full terms for the Gambit Crowdfunding campaign. These conditions will not change during the crowdfunding period.

  • Bittrex will host 2.5 million coins at a price of 0.00010000 BTC each 
  • The crowdfund will run for approximately 14 days beginning May 5th, 2015 at 18:00:00 PST and ending on May 19th, 2015 at 23:59:59 PST. 
  • The crowdfund must raise a minimum of 50 BTC to be considered a success. 
  • If success conditions are NOT met, all BTC will be refunded through a buy wall. 
  • Trading fees are not refunded under any circumstance. 
  • Once the crowdfund is over and successful, Bittrex will verify there is a working wallet, blockchain, and block explorer. The Gambit team will create a genesis block of the Gambit sold and Bittrex will distribute it. 
  • On or before 5/23/15 Bittrex will release the funds raised to the Gambit development team, and open the market for trading. 
  • No trading of the coin will be allowed until the crowdfund ends and escrow is released.
  • ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS - by participating in this crowdfund, you are agreeing to the above terms.

While Bittrex does verify that the wallets, block explorer, and blockchain work immediately after the CFC period, we do not verify or endorse any claims the developer makes around their business model for the coin or that they will continue to maintain the code base. Before choosing to donate, the user must decide for themselves what level of risk they are willing to take.

We are mindful of scams, copyright violations, and offensive subjects and reserve the right to refuse any coin on our platform and cancel a CFC at any time

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