New WINk CEO delivers extensive roadmap

In the latest update, WINk stated that their new CEO, Lucia Wong, has done a great job. In the recent AMA, WINk fought back against recent challenges by stating its coming goals in roadmap form for 2020, specifically covering the period between July to September 2020.

Moving forward, WINk will host “a mines games event” on July 4. The company will also add an onsite Texas Hold'em Poker Club and complement this offer with NBA and European football sports events in August.

The long-awaited Dice token listing will take place on July 8, WINk said, after having previously missed deadlines on several occasions.

As “The Great Voyage: TRON 4.0” comes over the horizon, WINk announced they will be present with a surprise announcement by the team and their representatives. Moving onto the next quarter, the period between October and December, WINk also some exciting plans.

The website will sponsor streamers from DLIVE and YouTube. The period will also see the introduction of a dapp ecosystem, while it will seek further ties with tier-one digital asset exchanges to integrate win staking in their platforms.

The latest roadmap and AMA should be caveated by the fact that questions have been raised over the new CEO’s identity. Some in the WINk community have claimed she doesn’t exist, and it would do the operator a lot of good if they were to offer more transparency on the matter.

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Written by Barney


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