Blockchain Gaming News 5/10 | Chainmonsters Crystal Skins Giveaway

Funjible takes a look at some of the top trending developments in the blockchain gaming space today.

Blockchain Gaming News 5/10 | Chainmonsters Crystal Skins Giveaway

The crypto market remained relatively stable over the last 24 hours. The price of Bitcoin fell by 0.4% while Ethereum and BNB gained 1.1% and 3.2%, respectively. The list of the top blockchain games, in terms of daily users, features the following projects. Splinterlands continues its reign of dominance with 376k users. Meanwhile, Alien Worlds follows in second place with 180k users. Farmers World occupies third place with 132k users. Galaxy Blocks (54k users) and Upland (50k users) land in fourth and fifth place.

The blockchain gaming space focused a lot of attention on getting up and moving today. First, Moon Step released its current development plan. Also, MoveCash announced its IDO date and a whitelist contest. The top blockchain gaming news for today include:

1 – Chainmonsters Running Crystal Skins Giveaway

Chainmonsters is currently conducting a giveaway of 10 crystal skins. Furthermore, the monster tamer game notes that such skins are very limited, with only 600 total created. Any Chainmon (monster) in the game can wear the crystal skin. However, it does appear that the look of the skin can vary by monster.

Players can enter the giveaway via multiple methods. For example, players can follow the game, as well as BSideGamesHQ, on Twitter and Instagram. Players can also join the game’s Discord, subscribe to its YouTube channel, retweet the official announcement, and more to gain additional chances of snagging a crystal skin.

2 – Moon Step Releases Development Roadmap

Blockchain gaming is seeing an increase in move-to-earn projects popping up. Such projects feature players getting up and moving in order to make money or earn rewards. Moreover, Moon Step is one of the latest move-to-earn projects, and they just released its latest roadmap for development.

  • 5/9/2022 – Developers release Moon Step Testnet Version 0.1, allowing players to connect to Web3 and sync data from their mobile devices.
  • 5/22/2022 – The project releases Testnet Version 0.2 with full features.
  • 5/23/2022 – Developers release Moon Step App Version 1.0 on mainnet.
  • 5/29/2022 – Moon Step launches its referral program.
  • 6/17/2022 – The project releases mystery box sneakers and the marketplace.
  • 6/30/2022 – The developers launch Moon Step App Version 2.0 on mainnet.

3 – Galaxy Blitz Discusses NFT Utilities

Galaxy Blitz, the blockchain-based sci-fi strategy game, announced details of the usefulness of NFTs in the game. The project points out that the game is free. However, owning an NFT provides some major benefits. For example, NFTs allow for early entry into the beta test. In addition, players can enjoy staking rewards of up to 600% APY for the highest level NFTs. Players can also trade NFTs for physical assets and be used in the game. Furthermore, players can pledge their NFTs to share in the MIT seasonal rewards pool.

4 – MoveCash Announces Whitelist Contest

Our last bit of blockchain gaming news concerns MoveCash, another move-to-earn project. MoveCash just revealed a whitelist contest for interested players. Therefore, participants can enter the contest by following the project on Telegram and Twitter, joining MoveCash’s Discord and Telegram channels, and filling out a form. However, the contest ends on May 13 at 5:00 AM.

In addition, MoveCash announced its IDO. The project is hosting the IDO on its own website on May 13 from 2:00 PM UTC to 3:00 PM UTC. However, participants need to have been whitelisted to take part. The IDO features a soft cap of 100 BNB and a hard cap of 200 BNB. Moreover, the project notes that 1 BNB = 20,000 $MCA/BNB, along with a max contribution of 2 BNB per wallet.

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