Web3 platform Infinite Arcade launches the sale of a third batch of NFTs Gamer. Gamer NFTs (avatars) act as access keys to unlock games & to earn money on the platform. The games are free-to-play, each set. The first 2 batches of Genesis Gamer NFTs sold out very quickly. Now begins the last phase of the NFT sale, which will only be for those players who are whitelisted.
Infinite Arcade was launched a month ago. It allows developers and creators to team up with players in the marketplace to create a shared economy. Infinite Arcade is like an arcade in a meta-universe. Users can own part of the ecosystem and benefit from its growth, as well as be rewarded for their time spent playing the game and contributing to the community. Currently, players enjoy 15 live P2E games. About 200 games will be launched in the near future on this exclusive Web3 metaverse platform. Players can earn TIC, a useful Infinite Arcade token. Gamer NFT must be used to gain access to the platform. However, the main goal is not to make money with the P2E engine. It’s only a lever. And the main idea is to create an ecosystem of players who play the games they love, have fun, and connect with new players.
There are three main things that set Infinite Arcade apart from other blockchain games: greater familiarity, greater choice, and low switching costs. Popular games like arcades seem casual, and there is no need to spend hours learning game mechanics. Soon there will be hundreds of games on the platform, and switching costs are very low: no hassle, same token, same NFT and rewards system. In all, the mobile game market has up to 3 billion players and 100 million game developers.
The Infinite Arcade roadmap calls for the launch of 50 games in the second quarter, 100 in the third and 200 in the fourth. But that’s not all. Any casual game developer can add their game to the platform. Infinite Arcade currently has a Coda launch partner with about 15K studios that will be connected to the platform. More than 10 million existing players can join Infinite Arcade.
Last but not least, Infinite Arcade has partnered with several guilds that provide scholarships. Nexxt Gaming Guild (NGG) is the largest of these. It provides thousands of scholarships to lower the barrier to entry into next-generation gaming. Becoming a fellowship means participating in frequent giveaways, tips, live streaming, educational content, early access, whitelist spots, beta testing, and more. To become an NGG Fellow, you must join NGG Discord and follow simple steps. Each Fellow can earn anywhere from $100 to $1,500 per month, depending on the games and ranking system.
The Infinite Arcade platform is developed on the Polygon network because of its speed, scalability and low transaction fees. Polygon is a Layer2 solution that combines the best features of Ethereum and sovereign blockchains. Infinite Arcade uses a dual token model with TIC and ARC tokens. TIC is an ERC-20 token with unlimited issuance and will be traded on a decentralized exchange (DEX) and used to make money for players with a two-hour daily playtime limit. TIC will be launched on May 11, with players already earning TIC over the past month.
ARC is a useful token for platform management. It has a limited supply of 3B and will be available via IDO in Q3 2022.
NFT availability is key to starting the game. No one can play and earn a TIC without an NFT. NFTs can be marketed like OpenSea. Already 10,000 Genesis NFTs have been minted, and they sold out quickly. But the last batch of 6,6666 NFTs is available to those on the white list. These NFTs will be minted on May 10.
Will be whitelisted at www.infinitearcade.com need to enter your email and Discord name and add your wallet address.
Now is a good time to get an NFT avatar to bid on the early stage of the Infinite Arcade economy. The white list is open from 25/04 to 09/05.
To learn about NGG, visit https://www.ngg.io
Read about Infinite Arcade and NGG’s collaboration in www.ngg.io/infinite-arcade
NGG scholarship options are at https://discord.com/invite/8DC7QgSHVQ
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