Nine Chronicles, a Blockchain JRPG Backed by Ubisoft, Reaches Milestone of 30K Monthly Players

DappRadar reports the record of 30,989 unique active monthly wallets for Nine Chronicles.

  • DappRadar reported a record 30,989 active, unique, monthly wallets for Nine Chronicles.

Nine Chronicles is relatively young game in the idle JRPG genre with the project being released in November 2021. On the other hand, the project has been quite popular among investors. For instance, the game has received backing from Ubisoft in the past. A few weeks ago, Binance also made a strategic investment into Nine Chronicles. 

Recently, one of the biggest decentralized application discovery trackers, DappRadar, reported a huge increase in the game’s player numbers at 30,989 in January, which represents a growth of 132%. Moreover, they claim that the game also attracts 9K active wallets per day.  

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One of the things that makes Nine Chronicles stand out is its custom open-source blockchain, which means more flexibility via bridging, as well as decentralized governing based on nodes.  

 

Check out some previous updates for Nine Chronicles here:   

Nine Chronicles Is Now Backed Not Only by Ubisoft but Binance as Well 

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