What’s up, eGamers, it’s time for the weekly Blockchain Gaming Digest. Every week, we share some of the most important NFT gaming news and other interesting facts.
- This week we learned about some new upcoming projects and also reviewed some play-to-earn games!
- Is sex-to-earn gonna become the next big thing? SEXN is a sex-to-earn startup that’s claiming to pay people in crypto as they have sex.
- Farsite Alpha launch was delayed for July 7 as they plan to include an important feature before the release.
- Nestables Public Alpha is set to launch on June 18, with no buy-to-play restrictions!
Let’s start with the most popular games this week based on on-chain data. (7 Days)
Five Of The Hottest Play-To-Earn Games To Watch In 2022
One of the most exciting use cases for blockchain technology is gaming, where it has enabled the nascent concept of “play-to-earn” NFT-based games where players can complete challenges and battle opponents and earn cryptocurrency as a reward for doing so.
Silks Game Review – Horse Racing Metaverse
We reviewed the upcoming Play-to-Earn, Horse Racing Game, Silks!
Cyball NFT Football Game to Launch on Solana
Cyball is a football-themed title where players can collect the players as NFTs and form a team to play against other teams in the game.
Spells of Genesis Review
We reviewed Spells of Genesis (SoG), the first mobile blockchain game ever created.
Metapolis – The Upcoming Zilliqa Metaverse
We talked about “Metapolis,” an upcoming metaverse powered by a leading L1 blockchain, Zilliqa!
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