• Splinterlands Breaches 1 Billion Fights Landmark In Just Six Months of Launch

  • The blockchain-based trading card game Splinterlands allows players to play, trade, and gain every time they win. NFT-based play-to-earn card game Splinterlands is delighted to announce that it has exceeded the one Billion fight milestone after being launched just six months ago.

    Splinterlands gamers have fought over one billion fights as of January 25th, 2022, thanks to the game’s growing popularity and six consecutive months at the top of the charts as the go-to play-to-earn game, according to DappRadar. Gamers may purchase, sell, trade, and rent NFT-based monsters on the game’s ecosystem to optimize enjoyment and benefits.

    Jesse “Aggroed” Reich, CEO & Co-Founder of Splinterlands said:

    “I can’t help but be ecstatic. This is a historic moment in gaming history and I’m so proud that Splinterlands is trailblazing in play to earn.”

    This achievement follows the incredibly successful release of their most recent monster card pack, “Chaos Legion.” Almost 7 million packs of Splinterlands cards were sold within a few days of the game’s release.

    As the popularity of Splinterlands demonstrates, players are drawn in by the allure of play-to-earn games. Gamers can know precisely how many of each card exists in the whole game because of the complete transparency of the blockchain’s distributed ledger. Players may purchase, sell, and trade cards like genuine trading cards, and the game’s developers can’t take them away from any participants.

    Thousands of new players join Splinterlands every day, making it one of the most popular blockchain gaming platforms. With up to 4 million transactions a day, the game is now the most active gaming center in the blockchain sector.

    New cooperation between Splinterlands and Terablock has been revealed, allowing popular game players to move their tokens across different blockchains through the TeraBlock Bridge. Tokens may be transferred across networks more quickly and easily thanks to the Bridge, part of the game platform. In both DeFi and gaming, cross-chain solutions are critical, and Splinterlands attempts to push the limits of what is possible.

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