F.A.Q

What is GFC token ?
GFC is built on the Tron Smart chain with support for BSC. Our main project will merge to GForce coin.
What is the purpose of GFC coin and how does it work?
GFC will run the blockchain network and provide a smartchain platform within the network to deploy DeVo.
Long story short, it will run a network similar to ethereum but without the gas fee's.
Who benefits from GFC coin ?
GFC will allow retailer's and business to create smart voucher (DeVo) in the GForce smartchain and send it to the relevant customer. Customer can use DeVo according to the value or offer.
What is DeVo?
DeVo stands for decentralised voucher. A smart contract created on the GForce smartchain.
DeVo decentralised voucher can replace the existing centralised voucher system to more secure and user friendly.
what is a smart contract? Here
How do you deploy customised vouchers (DeVo) on GFC smartchain?
DeVo vouchers are simple and easy to deploy.

1 Install the app

2 Create new token

3 Enter the number of totall supply

4 Enter the name of the voucher

5 Give it a country (optional)

6 Approve contract and deploy


Do I need to know coding to deploy coin?
Unlike usual Erc20 token solidity, with GFC all codes are built in and no code is required.

Is there a charge to deploy a voucher token for individual businesses?
Yes, a minimum fee of GFC will be required to deploy a voucher.

Is there a charge to send and receive GFC token?
Yes, BNB fee is required for the token

Is there a charge to send and receive GFC coin?
Yes, a minimum transaction fee is required.

Is there a charge to send and receive DeVo?
No. There is no charge to send and receive DeVo tokens.

How is DeVo deployed within the network?
Outlined the basics and explained what it takes to create an DeVo, it is time to start writing some logic.
First, we need to define two mapping objects. This is the similar to Solidity notion for an associative or key/value array:

mapping(address => uint256) balances;

mapping(address => mapping (address => uint256)) allowed;
The expression mapping(address => uint256) defines an associative array whose keys are of type address— a number used to denote account addresses, and whose values are of type uint256 — a 256-bit integer typically used to store token balances.
The first mapping object, balances, will hold the token balance of each owner account.
The second mapping object, allowed, will include all of the accounts approved to withdraw from a given account together with the withdrawal sum allowed for each.
As you can see, the value field of the allowed mapping is by itself a mapping plotting account address to its approved withdrawal sum.
These mappings together with all other contract fields will be stored in the blockchain and will be mined resulting in changes being propagated to all network user nodes.
Blockchain storage is expensive and users of your contract will need to pay for, one way or another. Therefore you should always try to minimize storage size and writes into the blockchain.
Now that we have the required data structures in place, we can start to actually write the DeVo logic into the appropriate functions.
This is the basic of the blockchain which will be built in within the network and app.

What kind of retailers will be using DeVo?
Grocery, Clothing shops, delivery service, fast food, restaurant, super market, general goods shops, online stores and many more businesses.

Do you need a gas fee to send and receive DeVo?
No. We do not operate like ethereum where they charge a gas fee to send their tokens we do not require any gas fee's.

When are we launching mainnet?
Accorording to our road map and once full funding is acheived.
Click on road map.