REVV Racing Introduces Renewed Tokenomics. Aiming to Become a Gran Turismo or Forza on Blockchain?

REVV Motorsport has come a long way from being just an NFT collections issuer, and is now the developer of three racing games based on blockchain: F1 Delta Time, MotoGP Ignition, and REVV Racing, which are all connected by a one token ecosystem, creating REVV Motorsport metaverse of racing projects.

However, as a game develops, so too does its micro-economy. That’s why the team has introduced two new fungible tokens: Catalysts (CATA), and Shards (SHRD). 

Shards are the proof-of-play token of the system, which means you can earn them by simply playing the game. Those hard earned Shards (SHRD) can then be exchanged into Catalysts (CATA), which are used for car tuning, both for visuals and performance. The REVV Motorsport team does not have the intention to list SHRD on any exchange. CATA can be sold on DEXs though. 

Through careful use of these tokens, you can turn your common cars into rarities, increasing their value on the market, as well as improving their performance characteristics, in the same way as breeding rare Axies works in Axie Infinity, for instance.

On The Flipside

  • So far, the game’s physics leave something to be desired. The game is not even close to the “Real Racing” series, on Android and iOS, in terms of physics and game mechanics. Although it feels okay as a browser game, let’s hope the developers decide to move onto other platforms in the near future.


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    Nazar Kuzmyn

    Nazar is editor and gaming journalist at DailyCoin. As a gamer with experience, he writes about blockchain gaming gimmicks and peculiarities, conducts interviews at gaming conferences, and creates content focused on the point where traditional gaming meets crypto gaming in DailyCoin’s "Imaginarium" section. His work usually covers topics such as: "What would happen if the most popular games implemented blockchain?" Nazar started his career in media in 2017 at a small local TV-radio station. Later, he obtained a master's degree in Journalism and Media Industries, worked for several blogs, and then landed in the crypto world.