In other words, the company moved its deadline a little, from November to now end of October.
The token is Atari's way of breaking into the crypto space and making its mark on the industry.
With some specifications to the video gaming industry, Atari is also planning to use the ATRI and leverage its power in an upcoming crypto casino project.
Atari is now pushing with the creation of its own Atari wallet and is looking to establish a respectable blockchain-based ecosystem focused on the Atari brand.
The goal is to allow the Atari Token to be the primarily tradable currency in that newly-set-up ecosystem and create value for both business and consumers.
As Atari puts it, the company wants to bring ATRI to the video gaming and blockchain space and then perhaps expand to game financing, and most likely DeFi, which has been enjoying a great deal of popularity of late.
Atari and Bitcoin.com Exchange will work closely together to make sure a lot of projects pull through, including educational and mass awareness campaigns for the project.
Consumers who are interested will have to go through a KYC and AML verification process with the help of the Bitcoin.com Exchange.
Atari is relying on Bitcoin.com to carry out the fundraising in a bid to attract more attention.
We spoke with Fred Chesnais who shed more light on the project as a whole back in April.
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