Blockchain Monster Hunt - The Pioneer Multi-Chain NFT Game set to Launch on Jan 25, 2022 and Disrupt the NFT Collectibles World
Blockchain Monster Hunt launch date has been confirmed on Jan 25, 2022
SINGAPORE / ACCESSWIRE / January 25, 2022 / Two months after listing the $BCMC, with 4 versions of Open Beta Testnet, numerous community events and branding campaigns, Blockchain Monster Hunt now has achieved a refined game economy mechanism, an intuitively rewarding system as well as fulfilled features to ensure top gamers' experience. With the strong expectation of its loyal gamers community, the game has confirmed to launch its mainnet on 25th Jan, a big milestone to embark on its mission of a true decentralized multi-chain NFT game.
The $200 Bils Valued Entertainment Industry hit by Blockchain Technology wave
Game industry market value was $138 billion in 2019, rose to $180 billion in 2021, and forecasted to surpass $200 billion by 2023. With a growth rate at 9,3%, Gaming is the fastest-growing among all entertainment sectors globally.
The tap of Blockchain technology on this massive market has remarkably transformed traditional game's development, management and play. Ownership over digital assets of players has surpassed the game with freely tradable NFTs or the game currency for real money. From producers' standpoint, they have to share a fair portion of impact over the economy with players, not just sucking up blood as before.
NFT Collectible game is supposed to contribute to that one important shift: players in traditional games pay to play, and now they are paid to play. But how true this claim depends heavily on the game level of decentralization. In many cases, even the well-known ones, are just old games disguised in a crypto cover and receive very bad comments on how the game developers cannot keep a sustainable tokenomics for players.
BCMHunt and the vision of an ever-growing Play-To-Earn game, from both infrastructure and community perspectives
The biggest challenge of blockchain based games is probably chain congestion and scalability, leading to increased transaction costs and longer processing times. At some point, the game becomes too expensive to play, let alone the fact that if the game depends on 1 specific chain, the NFT value would be tied to that chain's technical limits, and deteriorate both in fluidity and liquidity.
Blockchain Monster Hunt from Ambros Technology, a start up studio of ex Facebook and Google software engineers is a rare game project deployed by multi-chain technology that addresses the true spirit of decentralization in a blockchain game. Every aspect of the game is completely on-chain.
The monsters are born from the blockchain itself. Developers have no control over the NFTs supply nor the attributes. The Monsters world therefore keeps evolving, and players can explore it in a borderless journey.
Multi-chain technology is also a viable and trusted solution to boost both scalability and interoperability of the game. BCMHunt's partnerships with multiple chains not only create an infrastructure advantage but also bring up numerous promotion campaigns to benefit the players, hence lift up the user experience. Beside, Genesis, Wild and Artificial Pokemon-inspired Monsters, the game also has Mascot Monsters to mark the partnership every time a new chain is connected.
Players can enter from any chain, which gives players of different financial backgrounds a fair start. Built-in specialized features for GUILDs is another plus point that would ensure a healthy gamers community to push the game growth.
Following the success of being the pioneer of multi-chain NFT game, Ambros Technology has its long term vision to be a cross-chain infrastructure service provider, facilitating the NFT and token transaction across multiple chains. With its in-house bridging technology, a game can be connected to any new chain within only 10 minutes. This impressive capability would exploit the huge potential of crypto game world and integrate crypto gamers community.
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