Play-to-Earn is a new internet trend that allows players to earn cryptocurrencies and NFTs while doing something they enjoy. Each participant can acquire enough tokens to sell and make money by playing the game on a regular basis.
Some young individuals utilize Gamefi system to make a living. As a result, more games are developed and new ways to make them easier are discovered.
As such, Kingdom Karnage, a spin NFT battle game by Kepithor Studios, is getting a set of creative innovative GameFi mechanics.
The game’s future KKT token, which has garnered investment from Animoca Brands, Kriptomat, ExNetwork, MyMetaverse, DFG, Jsquare, and others, will present fresh play-to-earn chances for its gamers.
The company plans to construct a gateway that would enable the KKT token to travel from Binance Smart Chain to Enjin’s Jumpnet, where gamers will be able to trade without gas.
For almost two years, Kingdom Karnage has been active and accessible in Beta. Since its inception, the game has amassed 24,979 NFT holders thanks to its animated cartoon looks and profoundly smart dynamic gameplay.
Kingdom Karnage was also one of the first initiatives to benefit financially from Enjin’s Efinity Metaverse Fund, which has a $100 million fund.
Gamers will be able to make money by obtaining $KKT from in-game drops and deciding on new gaming experiences in Kingdom Karnage.
Gamers who have extra NFTs can develop “sponsorship decks” that they can rent out to other gamers and split the $KKT they make.
The Kingdom Karnage economy’s currency will be $KKT, and gamers will be able to market and rent their NFTs via an auction house.
Kephithor Studios’ CEO, Nick Franklin, stated that the company is developing innovative play-to-earn mechanics that will spread throughout the gaming industry.
Its purpose is to enable gamers to enjoy their spare time while also changing their lives by striking the optimal mix between gameplay and financial inclusion.
Kingdom Karnage is particularly exceptional to Enjin, according to Witek Radomski, Co-Founder, and CTO. Kingdom Karnage was one of the first to join Enjin’s ecosystem in November 2018.
It’s a good example of Enjin’s blockchain wallet and tech stack being integrated into a simplified turn-based game that works on mobile and the web. It also shows how a small team may use inventive game features to develop an organic community.
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