- Shibarium Tech is hosting a new Shiba Eternity competition.
- Prominent Shiba Inu community member reveals tournament date.
- Shiba Inu trades in phased consolidation with neutral on-chain signals.
Shiba Inu’s Play-to-Earn game Shiba Eternity is preparing to gather fans in the Dogjo for a $1,000 prize pool. Mazrael, a well-known member of the SHIB Army, confirmed this in a tweet. Mazrael also introduced MarsSwap, the sponsor of the forthcoming collectible card game face-off.
SHIB Army Rejoices: $1,000 Up for Grabs
The new tournament series will be hosted on Shibarium Tech’s official Discord server, and the inaugural round will begin at noon on 22nd July 2023. The collectible card game players can dive into a $1,000 prize pool consisting of Shiba Inu Ecosystem’s native tokens or Ethereum (ETH).
At present, the Shiba Inu community on Discord is voting on the competition format, while the registration portal will be opened after the community vote is completed. A few weeks ago, Shiba Inu’s new partner Bad Idea AI suggested the idea to bread Shiboshis NFT in-game. However, this is not yet possible – Shiba Eternity’s mobile version doesn’t support Shiboshi NFTs.
On the other hand, this issue makes the card game accessible to anyone. Players collect digital cards and build characters with unique traits, while the developers are working on Shiboshi implementation and a rental system via Shibarium.
Shiba Eternity’s blockchain version will provide a more complex gameplay experience and more Play-to-Earn opportunities, but the game won’t be accesible to everyone, as there are only 10,000 of the Shiboshis in the Genesis collection.
On the Flipside
- Shiba Eternity is currently only available on Android and iOS platforms.
- The highly-anticipated blockchain version doesn’t have a launch date.
Why This Matters
Shiba Inu’s P2E collectible card game spreads awareness about blockchain outside of the crypto community.
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