Blindness of CEXs Irritates - DEC, SPS & Voucher +++
Games are inseperable parts of our lives regardless of our ages. While CSGO, GTA, PUBG etc. are played by millions of people, they only help players release dopamine to feel better. In the midst of gaming era, GameFi / Play2Earn model came up with its incredibly attractive nature.
Earning money while having fun sounds too good to be true. Imagine you are owning each asset in your account that is secured by blockchain! It is no longer a dream for gamers who revive himself/herself via games. Though it was harder for people to hunt hidden gems in crypto, it is no longer the case. When you click on DappRadar, Playtoearn.net or any data tracking website, you will see the blockchain-based games being categorized.
Though the vast majority of the games are not listed on any global exchanges, there are lucky or let's say "successful" examples such as MOBOX, Axie, GALA, Alice, TLM (Alien Worlds) and many other. It may look quite normal but there are seriously undervalued games that should be listed ASAP like Splinterlands for sure!
Basically, every single day I'm discovering blockchain-based games that are distributing their newly created in-game tokens in exchange of liquidity provided on their pools. In a day, I intentionally or by chance figure out games which are copy-paste of other popular counterparties. As you know very well, there is a tendency in crypto to copy things until every single person is fed up with these thing. IT has been non-stop happening in several popular blockchains at high speed.
- No product,
- No team behind
- No value to be attributed but it is called game as there is a unique(!) front-end.
Everything is highly correlated with the law of supply and demand in crypto. While these game-like things are popping like mushrooms, the existing and valuable games are ignored. On the other hand, such game-like things are great at attracting pump-n-dump guys to let them make gains for the noise that they make. Each of these things muddy the water eventually.
Sickness of Game-like things -> Provide Liquidity ; Take my token; Stake it; Repeat...
In short, do not take your money somehow from the system because it is the mere narrative of the platform. Sad but just take a look at the blockchains and you will agree with me 😑
GameFi is still hot and it has potential to accelerate the mass adoption while generating an income for thousands of people. I'm seriously worried about these parasites to decrease the value of GameFi model before Splinterlands get listed on top exchanges.
Splinterlands, On the other hand:
Not sure if people totally get the point with the upcoming Vouchers. These vouchers are going to be an airdrop of the airdrop! SPS airdrop will bring another airdrop for people to trade or use it for in-game purchases. Unbelieveable!
If you play a match and win:
-> You receive DEC
-> Your DEC brings SPS
-> Your SPS brings Voucher
And all these tokens mentioned above have a specific usecase in the game. Besides, there are bridges to other blockchains in which players can trade the moment they receive them! I am fed up with being ignored.
Is there any other game with such an gamification model with sustainable gameplay?
How many of the games listed on CEXs can host such crazy dynamics for a quarter million of people?
Either I do not do my research properly or there is none.
Do you think the teams behind CEXs are unaware of Splinterlands? Of course no!
Ask yourself - What if Splinterlands was on the previous blockchain?
Would the case be the same? How many listing would have taken place until that day? Start counting from Asian exchanges and end it up with the local ones.
What I see is hypocrisy.
The whole crypto ecosystem is dying for NFTs: Each card is an NFT!
People want to make gains through gaming: I'm earning as much as my salary!
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