Bomb Crypto Officially Crosses 1M Avatars Burn and Prepares for Polygon Version
Bomb Crypto announced that over 1M (1,162,835) heroes burned, one month after Amazon Survival Mode was implemented.
Bomb Crypto introduced an avatar-burning incentive in order to reduce the quantity of outstanding NFT. The Hero burn mechanic is part of the Amazon Mode upgrade, in which players must merge current NFT to obtain overpowered versions resistant to harmful natural forces.
Amazon mode is essentially the same as Treasure Hunt mode, but with a twist. Natural disasters exist in this game mode, which means that, unlike Treasure Hunt, where Heroes casually make their way to chests to place bombs while they still have stamina, Heroes in Amazon could be knocked out to sleep by one of many different types of disasters, causing the NFTs to completely lose any stamina they have left.
How does Bomb Crypto intend to upgrade its gaming mechanics?
Bomb Crypto promotes BCOIN staking and has introduced incentives for SEN, the Senspark ecosystem's native coin. Additionally, SEN was through a phase of price discovery at the time, dropping sharply from trading above $0.71 to $0.02.
The game is currently working to develop its tokenomics by offering more rewards, such as a referral scheme. Also, Senspark functions as a platform for token sales by providing access to special IDO sales to long-term holders of BCOIN and SEN.
While users can stake SEN online, in-game staking is still not available. In order to ensure that the user is on the legitimate website and not a clone, the staking form requires a wallet connection. After the staking period has ended, SEN withdrawals are subject to fees.
Meanwhile, Bomb Crypto also aims to reach a larger user base by developing a Polygon-based version. Polygon, an Ethereum L2 solution, is a frequently utilized network with similar performance and cheap fees as BSC. The Polygon edition is set to launch in July, with new player advantages and another IDO token auction.