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Blockchain games have recently revolutionized the gaming industry a lot. Gamers can now generate revenue by doing what they know best: spending time playing!
However, many play-to-earn games out there require a certain amount of capital to play and begin to earn. In most games, the cost of these NFTs that a user is required to buy to start with is enormous.
Cradles: Origin of Species wants to change that and offer its users the chances other games don’t give with a small subscription fee, much like World of Warcraft, if you are familiar.
What is Cradles: Origin of Species?
Cradles: Origin of Species is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game or else MMORPG built with Web3 technology and a play-to-earn model.
Metaverse company DRepublic is developing it, promising many diverse ways to earn passive income in-game. The game is based in a prehistoric virtual world where players decide what happens in the ecosystem as time passes. The game has an entropy system, which provides a realistic aging effect.
Cradles Features In-Brief:
Subscription: As said before, Cradles will not require players to buy any NFTs to access the Metaverse. Nevertheless, a monthly-based subscription will do the job.
SIN Mechanism: A new mechanism where players stake tokens into their NFTs to earn more in-game tokens and larger rewards in the game.
Zero Transaction Fees: The developers believe that every asset in-game must be fully decentralized. The player transactions will have zero fees in contrast with more valuable items.
I think the whole idea of subscription-based Metaverse is pretty interesting. The only thing left is to track and follow the project, so stay tuned for more information!
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