Thoughts on the first Splinterlands Town Hall of 2023
Hello there guys, it's @Joetunex and @Josediccus here again. In today's podcast, we talked about the changes that are likely to happen on Splinterlands as discussed in the Town Hall meeting. This is the first time, we'll be diving into the Town Hall discussion, and we see decided to do so as part of our documentation towards talking about our Splinterlands journey.
When we began the session, we talked about how the constant changes to the rules, strategy, gameplay, and economic aspects might influence adoption. This gave way to us talking about adoption and retention as one of the most focal aspects of development that Splinterlands INC would need to target diligently.
This meant that newer players are the future of the game, and before an enthusiast can become an adopted player, they'll first need to enjoy the gaming process because they can potentially choose to be investors.
Along the line, we laid much emphasis on BOT and human players and how the addition of further rulesets is favorable to human players, we talked about the competition and excitement and how innovations like this need to keep coming into the gameplay.
We touched on SPS delegation and also how SPS would replace COLLECTION POWER.
However, we only talked about possible case scenarios of how this might pan out. The fact that we didn't have details on how this would be done, made us imagine possible case scenarios.
We couldn't talk about the DEC-B proposal and others as we might take the opportunity to talk about this next week. In the end, we slightly talked about our dogged commitment to playing splinterlands and how we had the belief that Splinterland INC would turn things around.