Marbles Mayhem (Powered By WTFast)

Marbles Mayhem!
(Powered by WTFast)

Come join us in a series of 10 races to win a part of the 10,000 TFuel prize pool!

Friday, June 7 @ 1pm-3pm PDT

Learn how to enter below!

How to Enter

1) Download the WTFast Free Trial From SLIVER

Download the free premium trial of WTFast

2) Install and run WTFast

After downloading WTFast, install and run the program.

3) Find a game on WTFast to Play

Use WTFast to find a game that you play then click the 'PLAY' button.

4) Play Your Game and Experience WTFast in Action

Play your game and let WTFast do it's work in optimizing your connection to game servers.

5) Post a screenshot of your stats in the SLIVER Discord

Once WTFast goes to work in optimizing your gaming network performance, you should see some stats about your connection.

Post a screenshot of your WTFast performance in the #marbles-mayhem channel with your SLIVER username in the SLIVER Discord to enter the Marbles Mayhem

NASA TV on the Theta Network

We’re excited to partner with NASA TV to bring exciting live events such as rocket launches, space station dockings, and spacewalks to you right here on These events will all be powered by the Theta blockchain and the viewing experience will be the same as those of other TFUEL channels. Hopefully you’ll enjoy these awesome events. If there’s demand in the future, we can start a dedicated NASA TV channel, running 24/7. Aside from live events, NASA TV airs engaging and educational programming regarding all things space. Also, look for the International Space Station live stream to come online in the coming months. We’ll also stream that live when it becomes available. Again, we’re thrilled to work with NASA TV to bring groundbreaking footage to all of you on

Upcoming Events

May 29, Wednesday
8:15 a.m. PDT – Coverage of International Space Station Expedition 59 Russian Spacewalk #46 with Kononenko and Ovchinin; spacewalk begins at 8:44 a.m. PDT and will last about 6 ½ hours (All Channels)

June 3, Monday
8:45 a.m. – Coverage of the release of the SpaceX CRS-17 Dragon Cargo Craft and departure from the International Space Station; release scheduled at 9:02 p.m. PDT
TBD – International Space Station Educational In-Flight Event with the Asbury Elementary School in Fairview, Pennsylvania, and NASA astronaut Christina Koch

July 20, Saturday
8:30 a.m. PDT- International Space Station Expedition 60-61/Soyuz MS-13 Launch Coverage, which includes video B-roll of the crew’s launch day pre-launch activities at 8:45 a.m. PDT. Launch is scheduled at 9:28 p.m. PDT – Johnson Space Center via Baikonur, Kazakhstan

More Special NASA events To Be Announced