Grasshopper Farm Finally Launches Native Cryptocurrency HOPS

The developers said it’s possible to get 1 HOPS for completing 10 daily quests.

Grasshopper Farm is a very quirky blockchain game. Despite its overused virtual pet genre, the developers came up with many unique features that make the game stand out.  

First of all, the game can be played only in Telegram messenger. This means you don’t need to download a separate launcher in order to play Grasshoppers Farm. Secondly, its visuals are both strange and great. It’s definitely a new surrealistic wave in the field of play-to-earn. You can check out the full review of the game in this article.  

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Recently, the developers announced the launch of native cryptocurrency HOPS. As Grasshopper Farm is part of the Enjin ecosystem, it is built on the Ethereum blockchain.  

So far, it’s not listed on any exchange, and we don’t know the exchange rate to USD. However, the way players earn is by completing daily quests. You can potentially earn 1 HOPS for 10 daily quests.  

 

Read the review of the game here: 

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