Source : cryptodaily.io
There is always an opportunity for developing blockchain projects to cast a light, regardless of the market environment. For us, the most important thing is to find the correct one.
There’s no hard and fast rule here, but if you look at the project leaders, their capabilities, and their perspective of the past and future, you can at least guess how far this project might go.
And today, I’d like to talk about Zodium, an intriguing NFT & P2E project with a lot of potential (in my personal opinion). If Zodium can effectively fulfill its commitment in the proper path, I believe it has the potential to grow larger than Axie Infinity.
Zodium is BSC based NFT/P2E Project
Zodium is a “Play to Earn” product based on the animated 3D character NFT, created by the former co-founder of LINE FRIENDs and its members, according to Zodium’s website. The foundation notions of Zodium are the old eastern traditions of the 12 zodiac animals and the 12 star signs.
Zodium is based on BSC (BEP20) and has a very cheap gas fee. For its gaming environment, Zodium features a governance token called $ZODI. Token holders can play games, vote on important issues, stake, and receive rewards by purchasing ZODI.
One of the most common issues with contemporary P2E initiatives is that the NFT is too expensive for newcomers to enter the ecosystem. In addition, participants may be required to have more than one NFT in order to participate in the game.
But consider this: if you are quick and intelligent enough to identify the perfect budding P2E project that has just released its NFT, even though the game has not yet been released. This means that simply possessing its NFT and related tokens at an early stage can provide you with a significant return. If the project succeeds in launching the game, the value of your NFT, as well as the price of the token, will skyrocket.
Zodium’s Current Situation compared to Axie Infinity’s Past When It Wasn’t a Big Deal
The average price of Etherium in 2019 was around $184, and Axie NFT was around 0.006 eth or $1.
To play the game, you’ll need three Axies, thus you may have put $3 into Axie NFT and gotten a 30,000 percent return by 2022. $AXS was roughly $0.1 at the time, and now it’s almost $150. This is a 150,000% return on investment.
In the instance of Zodium, you may get three packs of its NFT for $17$20 or $100ZODI, and the greater the tier, the more in-game perks you get. According to Zodium’s whitepaper, the company plans to release 20 different mini-RPG games in the future. As a result, I believe the value of Zodium’s NFT and token has a bright future.
I’ve recently noticed Zodium’s community in Southeast Asia developing, which I believe is fantastic because its product concept is relative. In addition, Zodium’s creator is a former co-founder of Line Friends, which is a big player in those regions. As a result, I believe that adding Zodium to your portfolio in part is a prudent option at this time.