Cryptoblades is Set to Launch its Game on New Blockchain Network SKALE
Play-to-earn NFT RPG Cryptoblades is going to launch on a new blockchain. This time, it will be on the SKALE network, an Ethereum-native modular blockchain network. How will this benefit the players then? Read on to find out more!
Cryptoblades x SKALE Network: What can we expect from this new collab?
Play-to-earn NFT RPG Cryptoblades just announced that it is building on a new blockchain network called SKALE. According to Riveted Games, more than 1.1 million active players in Cryptoblades will get to play on the new chain soon. This will open up more opportunities for players to earn either through PvE/PvP gameplay or yield farming on SKALE. As of writing, Cryptoblades is already playable on 5 different networks, namely BNB Chain, Avalanche, OEC, HECO, and Polygon.
So, what is the SKALE network? To begin with, the SKALE network is an Ethereum-native modular blockchain fully optimized for Web3 applications. More importantly, SKALE charges zero gas fees for all transactions on its network. As of writing, players still need to pay gas fees every time they battle in Cryptoblades. Thus, if Cyrptoblades go live on SKALE, imagine the tons of fees that players can save to maximize their earnings.
“SKALE is enabling us to accomplish our mission of offering various GameFi services at the lowest possible cost to users and with the highest degree of reliability,” said Philip Devine, CEO of Riveted Games. “We are thrilled to be a part of this ecosystem and look forward to rising with SKALE to become the defacto GameFi hub on the blockchain.”
Apart from zero gas fees, the SKALE network offers high reliability and security to its users too. Obviously, players wouldn't want to lose their precious 5-star warrior or weapon NFTs to hackers while using the network.
Besides that, thanks to the modular architecture of SKALE, it is very easy for the network to scale (pun intended) its number of transactions per second (TPS). How it works is that new nodes on the network can be used to create new chains. So, 100 chains can process 12,000 TPS. Then 1,000 chains can process 120,000 TPS and so on. In short, network congestion will not be an issue when playing Cryptoblades on SKALE.
To get the latest updates, make sure you follow Cryptoblades or SKALE on their official Twitter/Discord channels.