Razer Launches Gaming Hardware Firm Token-Based Loyalty System and Desktop Miner

Razer Gambling Equipment Distributor Razer has redesigned its original virtual currency system and launched a desktop application, according to a blog released on December 12.
Founded in 2005, Razer has become the leading software and game equipment manufacturer in the United States, Europe and China. The software platform of the company has more than 50 million users. The first six months of 2018, the revenue generated amounted to $ 274.2 million.

Razer has redesigned its original reward system and virtual loans, Razer zGold and Razer zSilver. Launched in 2017, virtual currencies have earned more than 5 million users, according to the article. From now on, the brands Razer zGold and Razer zSilver will rename to Razer Gold and Razer Silver.

For Razer Silver, players will get the currency of each dollar spent by Razer Gold. Indeed, many players of Zlata spend more money, more money. Users can also buy Razer Silver for products, discounts and bonds.

The company also launches a desktop application called Razer SoftMiner, which uses an inactive CPU user interface (GPU) that is based on the puzzle. Once users install and launch the program, they receive Razer Silver based on the time of SoftMiner and energy processing on the computer. SoftMiner is currently in beta and supports 5,000 users per week.

Some, however, questioned the efficiency and profitability of Razer miners, saying it was a scam. Scott Chicken, a Twitter user, commented on Razer's announcement of a new product, saying the company did not earn more than 0.35 pounds ($ 0.44) per day for a full 0,0007 mining operation. £ (0,000 USD89). ). Chicken said, "Every day it takes 560 days to win the Razer keyboard, worth $ 199 [$ 251] on its website."


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