After MetaCraft officially launched Indodax, Indonesia’s largest digital asset exchange, on May 25th, in the past week, MCT growth rapidly, with a new All-Time High surging over 74.37%, marking its great potential in the field of DeFi Games.
MetaCraft is a running group chain play imitating Rarity, and a blockchain version of DND game that combines gaming, NFT, DeFi, marketplace, open ending and community governance. MetaCraft is forking to create a meta universe game. For example: mapping on public chains such as BSC and ETH, allowing players to play on any chain; introducing social attributes to give each player a unique NFT identity. The game’s story, background, settings, newly added quest characters, and multiple open endings will all be jointly formulated by community members. MetaCraft has now developed into a certain scale, while the game has been visualized by adding a variety of animations and scenes, making MetaCraft an amazing production.
The world of MetaCraft is a fantasy world of swords and magic, many races peaceful lives in the mainland, until that day, a city appears in the sky, people call it to – Skycity. With the emergence of Sky City, there have been many caves on the mainland, and there is a treasure of the excitement of the adventurers and the murder of the people. The legendary, Sky City has the largest treasure and the strongest monster-dragon.
Based on this background, there creates different professions, including Barbarian, Bard, Cleric, Druid, Fighters, Monk, Paladin, Ranger, Rouge, Sorcerer, and Wizards. Different Professions are marked with distinguished Adventure, Traits, camps, religions, races, and background, making the game really attractive.
With play and earn becoming a new trend in the DeFi world, MetaCraft is gaining popularity thanks to its creativity and user-friendly surface. Related NFT will be released soon as well as online PVP function. With the strong momentum, MetaCraft is deemed to lead a new trend in DeFi games.
Carolyn Coley is a blockchain reporter. She joined Smartereum after graduating from UC Berkeley in 2018.