Some of the best childhood memories come from the era of exchanging cards. Many remember this period, which began in the late 1980s, and some even survived it at school. As a result, exchange cards are often greeted with fond memories of some meeting that once took place, or of a time when a player was cheated on a bad deal that cost him a rare card in his possession. But the great thing about these games is that each card felt unique, even though there were many such cards.
While these collectible cards aren’t as popular as they once were, many agree that the concept is making a comeback – only this time in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFT).
NFTs exist as rare tokens on the blockchain. The NFT can represent everything from a Van Gogh board to a trading card, as there are only 50 to 100 of them. The difference from the trading card is that the blockchain confirms the rarity of the item and additionally proves that it is a valuable item. Thus, unlike other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), NFT is something original that cannot be exchanged.
Unfortunately, collectible cards were quickly revived during the childhood of many players, as this type of play rarely represents any real income. The only real way to earn money is if the player has a rare card that can be sold to collectors. But with a gaming model based on the principle of making money from the blockchain, the ability to earn a regular stream of income through games has become a reality.
Block Monsters, the blockchain-based livelihood game, invites players to go back to the days of young collectible cards by launching their own in-game gauges. The game aims to bring back those feelings of nostalgia by collecting and exchanging extraordinary NFTs, as well as being able to fight them in the Fight Engine.
In Block Monsters, players are encouraged to collect and trade NFT-based creatures called “Blockmons”. Trainers can play and earn by accessing different stages of the game and unlocking rewards in the MNSTERS dashboard that can be exchanged for any currency you want.
Each player must start with Blockmon, the least expensive method is Starter Blockmon, created with the Starter Pack. Players can then develop these characters to add value to the NFT and unlock new metadata for matches with other coaches.
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Players are encouraged to collect all 150 first generation Blockmon blocks in the Blockmonster universe and bring back the original concept of collectible cards. There are several ways to accumulate it, but when players do, they can exchange it on the real money market or refill Blockdex to rank on the charts.
When players become heroes, they can achieve other important achievements, such as the ability to collect more exclusive creatures or win major blockchain battles against other trainers.
The game recently launched NFT Demo and Starter Packs, and is currently preparing to release additional boosters and a winning mechanism so that players can earn tokens while playing.
The first boosters sold out in seven minutes and now cost up to $20,000. The second edition will contain 10,000 NFTs and will be available on October 15 at 19:00 CET on the official Block Monster website.
Block Monsters is a community driven game that remains committed to building a vibrant community that will continue to take metavers to new heights.
The team behind the project shares: “We are very excited about the future; we know this is just the beginning of an ambitious roadmap for the future. The full potential will be unleashed when the Play 2 Earn Mechanism launches in November and players can earn real money with our project.”
In the coming months, the project’s official roadmap will also talk about integrating the Fight Engine and Blockmons on the map, as well as a title song for the game, and 1of1 Blockmons will be announced soon.