As the presale ends, the new meme coin sensation, Big Eyes (BIG), will be looking to get their NFT club launch underway in the coming weeks. With the token’s popularity in the cryptocurrency market, the developers hope to get the NFT club to a top ten rank. Subsequently, they will find they have to compete against major GameFi NFT play-to-earn competitors Alien Worlds (TLM), Sandbox (SAND) and Axie Infinity (AXS), amongst other popular platforms.
Alien Worlds is the world’s largest decentralized game. Users can build NFT drops and strategize about planet politics in the Metaverse. Play with NFTs in Alien Worlds, an NFT metaverse. Players will need to stake their native token, Trilium (TLM) in order to take part in planetary elections and see the Planet’s total reward pool increase. In Planet DAOs, TLM is the cross-chain token that links the Metaverse and allows value transfer.
In the Planet DAOs, players participate in weekly elections for council candidates and submit proposals on planetary treasury distribution. Alternatively, they can also run for planetary council as against voting. In terms of strategy, players will select game cards from either WAX or Binance Smart Chain. After that, they can use these game cards for mining, fighting, and missions in the game, whereby they earn TLM and additional NFT’s.
Almost all of the game mechanics in Alien Worlds, including the Mining game, are on the WAX blockchain. As opposed to proof of work systems such as Ethereum and Bitcoin, WAX operates using a decentralized proof of stake (DPoS) system. In a proof of work system, a large number of miners compete to solve equations in exchange for tokens. The miners are doing the work in a PoW system. With a delegated proof of stake system such as WAX, WAX token holders can stake their WAX and vote for a block producer that executes authorized transactions, eliminating the high computing power used when an excess of miners compete. Alien Worlds on WAX is more than 65,000 times more energy-efficient than were it on Bitcoin. This makes Alien Worlds, and WAX in general, one of the lowest carbon blockchains available.
The Sandbox (SAND)
The Sandbox (SAND) is a well-known gaming blockchain network where crypto users get to play advanced-level games with token rewards. The project was modeled after the Sandbox 1 and the Sandbox Evolution, both designed by the gaming franchise the Sandbox, which is famous for its smartphone game software development.
Like other GameFi platforms, the Sandbox (SAND) features several play-to-earn games, where users log in and enter various modes to play and earn rewards in tokens. They can exchange the rewards for other coins or fiat currency through exchange platforms.
Because of its several games, the network uses NFTs extensively. As a result, the Sandbox (SAND) has an active NFT marketplace where users can make their own NFTs or use the platform-generated NFTs in their games. NFT creators have copyrights to their customized assets, as the network automatically binds the NFT to a smart contract upon creation. This way, the creator can earn from the sales of the asset.
SAND is the platform’s official token, and it is an ERC-20 token. It is used in several cases on the platform, including payment for gas and game entry fees, and as a governance coin. It is currently listed on CoinMarketCap for $o.827.
Axie Infinity (AXS)
Another popular name in the blockchain gaming industry is Axie Infinity (AXS). It was developed in 2018 and became the most popular game on the Ethereum blockchain in 2021, with over 1 million daily players.
Axie Infinity (AXS) features a Pokémon-based game where users build kingdoms for their pet avatars. They expand such kingdoms by attacking other users’ bases. It has a play-to-earn feature, where users want rewards while playing the game.
The network has two currencies to simplify trade on the platform. Small Love Potion (SLP) is the in-game currency players use to make purchases and earn rewards. The other coin, AXS, is used to purchase NFTs, pay transaction charges, and make decisions on the project’s plans.
AXS is listed on CoinGecko for about $12.52.
Big Eyes (BIG)
Big Eyes (BIG) is gaining a significant following in the cryptocurrency market, as its presale stages have already helped realize about $6.5 million. The developers have several plans to boost the coin to a maximal cryptocurrency price; some of them are highlighted below.
Big Eyes (BIG) will soon launch its NFT club, the Sushi Crew, which will distribute tokens to all platform members while allowing other users to trade and exchange their customized tokens. Members can also create their NFTs on the platform and secure them with smart contracts. The NFT club also promises charge-free transactions, protecting users from the relatively high Ethereum network fees.
In addition to the NFT club, Big Eyes (BIG) will be launching on crypto platforms all over the space. Already, it is listed on CoinDex, and the developers are working on a launch on the popular crypto exchanger UNISWAP. Such a listing will significantly boost BIG’s popularity and cryptocurrency price.
Big Eyes (BIG) is an Ethereum-based coin, and it operates on smart contracts to achieve quick and efficient transaction execution on the platform. Smart contracts have been recently audited by Solidity, a popular programming language for evaluating smart contract integrity. CoinSniper has also verified the entire Big Eyes (BIG) development team, preventing scams and rug pulls.
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