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NFT game Guild of Guardians raises $5.3M, token sale oversubscribed 82x

The upcoming non-fungible token (NFT) -based mobile role-playing game Guild of Guardians has sold out two tranches of native tokens, GEMS, for a total of $ 5.3 million.

The token sale on Tuesday at CoinList was oversubscribed 82 times and registered with approximately 808,000 users. Over 10,700 new GEMS holders from over 100 countries have purchased up to $ 500 worth of tokens. However, for users in Australia, the United States, Canada, and China, Growing regulatory concerns..

Guardian Guilds earn 6% of total 1 billion tokens CoinList 63% of the supply will be distributed through community-driven events, activities and core gameplay.

The soft launch of the Play-to-Earn game is scheduled for the first quarter of 2022 and already has 400,000 users across social platforms and pre-registration lists.

The game Developed by Ukrainian developer Stepico Games in collaboration with Australia-based NFT Layer 2 scaling solution Immutable. Immutable is NFT’s first Layer 2 scaling solution on Ethereum, Galaxy digital And Coinbase.

Nicholas Kelland, Marketing Manager for Guild of Guardians, said the Guild of Guardians will be released on mobile and will be available to most people.

“Not everyone has really robust game consoles, PCs, etc. That’s why mobile was an easy choice for us.”

The success of the Guild of Guardian’s first DEX offering looks like this: Play-to-earn games are becoming more and more popular.. At GOG, all user-owned in-game assets are tradeable and exchangeable NFTs.

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“I think the concept of in-game asset ownership is a natural conclusion, and if not, it’s a problem,” Keland added, “going back to the concept of content creators’ economy and people. People are basic. I own something like this that is worth owning. “

This was after the first founder NFT was sold in June, raising $ 3 million in 24 hours. The second wave raised $ 5 million and the third and final wave raised more than $ 4 million.

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