Project Spotlight: IOI Game — Thrilling Trade Race Manager experience on Polygon

Polygon’s vibrant ecosystem of projects and Dapps has led to wide adoption with more than 365M txns and 13M+ unique wallets thanks to 450+ brilliant decentralized applications.

Introducing Project Spotlight: an initiative to highlight and get to know the Dapps on Polygon a little better!

The next project in this series is IOI Game: a Trade Race manager and NFT trading game, with the most unique characters, cars and tracks — all as NFTs. You can then use these NFTs to start racing and play against racers all over the world, with a wide world of cars and characters to choose from.

Can you introduce us to the awesome team building IOI?

Rastislav is the CEO and founder of the IOI corporation. He is an enthusiastic professional looking for a challenge and inspiration for growth. He is eager for the new challenges in the new emerging financial services of fintech & blockchain with a unique passion for the gaming industry.

The core team consists of professionals from different business industries like finance, marketing, design, etc. Our common characteristic is that we are all crypto enthusiasts with many years of experience.

Please tell us a little about IOI and its trade race manager?

IOI game called TradeRAceManager is a collectible NFT trading game, powered by decentralized finance. The core of the platform is NFTs and gameplay is based on the play2earn model supported by real market data. Virtual crypto is used as a fuel for all cars. Racers’ position in the race depends on crypto performance in real-time he chose as a fuel for the car.

Our NFTs are not just collectible items. Each NFT we sell comes with special skills that can create multiple incomes for its owners.

Why did you guys choose Polygon for scaling?

We have done a good decision to build on Polygon due to more reasons. First of Polygons community is rising onboarding many projects every day and we are happy to be part of it. As a layer two solution of Ethereum, we have decided to join also due to network fees and scalability opportunities. The Polygon Network is one of the few that can solve blockchain trilemma. As a final reason, we have chosen Polygon because of its security.

What got your team into Blockchain and Crypto?

We think that blockchain is changing the world bringing freedom and reducing poverty. Making the people unbanked and enabling being own bank. Financial inclusion is one of the effects of reducing people’s poverty. Gaming is the industry where blockchain enables a lot and enhances the play-to-earn model.

People can make living playing our game thanks to blockchain and nonfungible tokens.

Tell us a fun fact about yourself!

Our boss is online 24/7 🙂

IOI: https://traderacemanager.com/user/home

Twitter: https://twitter.com/IOI_game

Telegram: http://t.me/IOIGAME

Medium: https://traderacemanager.medium.com/

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