Splinterlands players pass 1B battle mark
- In Splinterlands, players buy, sell, trade, rent, and fight with their NFT-based monsters
- 7 million of their “Chaos Legion” monster card packs were sold a few days after launch
- Ledger’s completely transparent; gamers can see how many of each card type exist in the game
Splinterlands, the most popular NFT-based play-to-earn card game in the past 6 months according to Dapp Radar, has passed an important milestone. Players have fought more than one billion battles in the game, Invezz learned from a press release.
The milestone was reached on January 25 thanks to the game’s ever-rising popularity and sustained presence at the top of play-to-earn game charts.
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Players can trade, rent, and fight with NFT monsters
In Splinterlands, players are allowed to buy, sell, trade, rent, and fight with their NFT-based monsters. The game combines NFTs with the crypto game environment to make playing as rewarding and fun as possible.
Jesse “Aggroed” Reich, CEO & Co-Founder of Splinterlands, said:
I can’t help but be ecstatic. This is a historic moment in gaming history and I’m so proud that Splinterlands is trailblazing in play to earn.
7M “Chaos Legion” card packs sold
This is yet another big milestone for Splinterlands. Recently, nearly 7 million of their “Chaos Legion” monster card packs were sold, and only a few days after launch.
Transparency is key driver of appeal
This P2E game’s impressive success shows the whole niche’s transformative potential. The distributed ledger’s complete transparency allows gamers to see how many of each different card type exist in the entire game. This is the main driving force behind the appeal to gamers.
Every card has an individual owner and each player is free to buy, sell, or trade them just like they would a physical card. The game’s creators could never take them away from a player.
400K+ active users, 4M daily transactions
Splinterlands has more than 400,000 active users with many new ones joining the platform every day. It also boasts up to 4 million daily transactions, making it the most active blockchain gaming hub in existence.
Players can transfer tokens across blockchains
Splinterlands is always pushing boundaries. In the wake of a recent partnership with Terablock, Splinterlands players can transfer their tokens across various blockchains. This is possible via the TeraBlock Bridge, which enables fast and easy inter-network token exchange. The bridge is integrated into the gaming platform.