TokenStars ACE will help to achieve success in the world of tennis

The TokenStars project continues the stage of preparation for the ICO TokenStars ACE and will help beginners, but talented tennis players to make a professional career. Pre-sale started on August 1 and implies a bonus of 40% of the value of the token, and the main ICO is scheduled for September 10, 2017, the day of the US Open – the US Open Tennis Championship.


TokenStars ACE is part of the TokenStars project implemented as a decentralized platform based on the Ethereum block system. TokenStars ACE will replace traditional agencies for the search, preparation and promotion of young and gifted tennis players. In the future, the platform will help players, basketball players, hockey players, poker players, film actors, models, musicians and even cyber sportsmen.

Token ACE monetizes the actions of scouts looking for promising athletes, promoters, promoting them, coaches and the athlete himself. He, having achieved success, through the platform will agree to participate in competitions and show matches, sign contracts with advertisers and communicate with fans. In addition, the project will cooperate with already held stars of tennis.

Holders of tokens will have the right to vote and the ability to make decisions regarding the work of the project. After ICO, ACE tokens will be available on many exchanges.

TokenStars ACE has already launched a channel on YouTube, has developed a marketing strategy and has supplemented the team with experts from various fields. The community of the project in Telegrams, Twitter and Facebook is growing rapidly, contracts are being signed with major sports media and negotiations are under way for advertising contracts for star players. At the moment, the description of the economy of tokens has been improved and the technical functions of the platform have been refined.

The first player who signed the contract with the project – Veronika Kudermetova, already led the prestigious tournament in Kazakhstan and is preparing for participation in the US Open.