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CropBytes wants to build a functional and responsive ecosystem that will serve as a reference point in the Play-2-Earn and gaming world in the near future.
The metaverse became a popular blockchain innovation last year, but many outfits, including the CropBytes Protocol, have been pioneering innovation in this regard for quite some time. As a gaming ecosystem, CropBytes has carved a niche for itself and has generated a lot of interest in the Play-2-Earn (P2E) ecosystem.
CropBytes is a one-of-a-kind farming simulation game that offers a thrilling experience for users. The protocol has played home to more than 300,000 users and recorded over 200,000 downloads, showcasing its growing popularity. Having been around for about 4 years, CropByte has grown its user base across the board including social media such as Twitter.
At the moment, the hashtag #FarmOn CropBytes is trending on Twitter, as more players and stakeholders in the gaming world are becoming more aware of the revolutionary potential of the platform. The trend on Twitter is not uncalled for as CropBytes has rebuilt its gaming terrain with new 3D features. Most of the players or users tweeting about the hashtags are seen showing various aspects of the revamped CropBytes 3D terrain.
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Building a Platform With Superior Game Economy
The GameFi terrain is still developing and many protocols are torn between creating a truly innovative gaming experience and the ecosystem economics. Going by the sheer longevity of CropBytes in the blockchain gaming world, the platform has evolved as an outfit that is significantly more diversified, engaging, gratifying, and collaborative.
It will not be out of place to point out that CropBytes and its inherent economy has more superior earning potential than Axie Infinity, a feat that has been corroborated by many of its users. With CropBytes, users can earn the platform’s native token, the CBX, as well as other in-game assets. All integrated activities on CropBytes including the collation of assets to start farming, growing of crops to make food, feeding animals to collect extracts and many more are all potential avenues to earn tangible and transferable money.
The CropByte ecosystem also makes it easy to generate returns in crypto and in-game assets can be liquidated through Open Market Trades integrated on the platform.
Future Expectations of the CropBytes Protocol
The CropBytes game has managed to maintain its relevance despite a number of market forces working against the entire digital currency ecosystem at the moment. The protocol was able to successfully complete its CBX token sale on both MEXC and Bybit, with the respective Initial Exchange Offerings ticking the check as being successful across the board.
With these commendable milestones, CropBytes still has a lot of goals to hit, and one of these is the introduction of mining capabilities for in-game assets. Also, the incorporation of lending capabilities, which will undeniably increase the underlying usability of the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) assets peculiar to the game, is also a big consideration for CropBytes moving forward.
In all, CropBytes wants to build a functional and responsive ecosystem that will serve as a reference point in the Play-2-Earn and gaming world in the near future.
These milestones it will hope to attain with backing from its many industry partners, and experienced team members. In conclusion, fans and players of the CropByte ecosystem can anticipate an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session that will be hosted by CT as would be officially announced in the coming days. With CropByte, the era of gaming redundancy is finally coming to an end.