Mythereum pre-sale offers limited edition collectibles
Genesis cards for future fantasy digital trading card game
Cryptocollectible future fantasy game, Mythereum has partnered with Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) to appear on the OPSkins marketplace.
Mythereum is a fast-paced, last man standing digital trading card game set in a new world of future and fantasy. The blockchain gameplay takes inspiration from traditional trading card games such as Magic: The Gathering or Pokémon, as players build decks to battle and trade with one another. Any XP earned along the way can be used to upgrade cards and unlock new special abilities.
The multiplayer digital trading card game is built on the Ethereum blockchain, where each Mythereum Card is a unique ERC721 non-fungible token that players can trade, transfer or sell. Cards are available in Booster Packs which include five random cards from the latest edition. While the game is still in early beta, there are plans for tournaments, weekly contests and the chance to win prizes.
The pre-sale is now underway and players can buy limited edition Mythereum: Genesis cards that will never be available for purchase again.
The new wave
“Mythereum is part of a whole new wave of games that harness the power of the blockchain,” said Mark Ranford, co-founder of Mythereum. “We’ve entered an era in which game assets can be ‘leveled up’ in a provably fair way. The cards, along with their entire history, are securely stored on the Ethereum blockchain, so there is a permanent global record of every change that is continually validated by independent third parties. Player accomplishments can be carried from game to game in a way never before possible. Welcome to the new era of gaming.”
“The concept of virtual collectible items on the blockchain adds a fresh value proposition to the crypto world,” said Malcolm CasSelle, CIO of OPSkins and President of WAX. “We see OPSkins and WAX as key players in developing our new Crypto Collectibles marketplace, and we’re excited to integrate Mythereum into that ecosystem.”
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