Source : ambcrypto.com
Play-to-earn games have become very popular with the onset of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
CryptoBattles is a play-to-earn game aiming to create an ecosystem wherein players can take control of their digital assets in a fun and rewarding manner while competing with other players in duels and tournaments.
What is CryptoBattles?
CryptoBattles is a PVP (player-versus-player) web-based blockchain game on Binance Smart Chain that revolves around users getting rewarded for playing PVP duels and tournaments against each other. Users can play the game from PC and mobile devices through the MetaMask app.
Before the start of every game, players make bets and start searching for an opponent. Once the opponent is decided, the battle starts. Players get 1.8X out of the bets if they win the fight while the additional rewards in the game will be used for Play-to-Earn activities.
The platform charges a 10% fee from every bet and stores it in the fee pool which is then used to claim rewards by CBT stakers and future development projects.
CryptoBattles has been built with the vision of allowing gamers to regain control over their digital assets, Play-to-earn, and increase the adoption of blockchain in everyday lives. They are building a community around blockchain gaming and facilitating an ecosystem of Play-to-Earn systems that meet the requirements of gamers. All smart contract codes of the platform are open-source ensuring complete transparency.
CryptoBattles provides a Play-to-Earn crypto game that lets users make BEP-20 token bets from a list of supported tokens including ETH, WBNB, USDC, BUSD and BSC-USD. The sizes of the bets are fixed ranging from $5, $10 to $20 and $50.
Once an opponent with the same bet size is found, the battle starts. Both the players have 100 warriors and have to go through the 3 stages of the game with 7 bases. Every player gets a chance to place their warriors in each base in order to capture it, the player who captures more bases wins the game.
$CBT and token sale
CBT is a BEP-20 token with a total supply of 100,000,000 tokens. The token can be bought on PancakeSwap and other DEXes and works as a governance and equity token on the ecosystem.
All users holding the token can take part in community proposals, stake CBT and earn rewards from the project fee pool. The CBT token has a fair distribution system without any private placements or pre-minings.
The token can be used to acquire skins, bread skins and also buy or sell on the platform’s marketplace.
CBT’s token sale started on 16th November and users can buy the token here. The 1.0 token sale allowed only whitelisted addresses to participate in the token sale while the 2.0 token sale does not have any such requirements.
All tokens that would be unsold during the two token sales would be distributed equally among token buyers.
As mentioned earlier, the maximum supply of the $CBT token is 100,000,000. This is further divided into a 16% share for gameplay, a 15% share for staking, 14% for the 2nd presale, and 5% for the 1st presale. An 11% share has been allocated for the private sale while a 9% share would go to marketing, a 12% share is for the team
A 5% share is kept aside for the ecosystem fund and advisors respectively, while a 3% share goes to CEX reserves and liquidity each. The remaining 2% share is for the IDO.
The CryptoBattles platform has launched its alpha version and Binance smart chain support in the 4th quarter of 2021. The platform also successfully introduced its referral system and in-game token for Play-to-earn features such as PVP duels and tournaments.
It was also able to launch the mobile version of its game for MetaMask Android and iOS with a PVP duels mode.
The platform has a lot planned out for the future and aims to launch its NFT marketplace and game skins along with a limited NFT auction in the 1st quarter of 2022. CryptoBattles also has plans to launch CBT staking and governance along with Polygon chain support in the near future and start their pool on Biswap.
Disclaimer: This is a paid post and should not be treated as news/advice.