Ether Kingdoms Finishes Beta Testing as it Conducts Second Round of Airdrop | Coinspeaker

Ether Kingdoms Finishes Beta Testing as it Conducts Second Round of Airdrop

September 6th, 2018 at 8:18 pm UTC · 4 min read

Ether Kingdoms is the first Free-2-Play cryptocurrency game with Proof Of Stake mining. Unlike other gimmicky alternatives, Ether Kingdoms offers it’s players cleverly visualized, full gameplay, and is based on its own PoS token called Imps.

Imps are both tokens within the game and also key characters that earn players real money. Players can earn significant mining rewards (up to 1% per day). To get to 1%, players will need to send the maximum number (10 000) of imps to the mine. To achieve this, players receive a kind of game master node that guarantees them a constant profit.

The IMP token is already being traded on Mercatox and Forkdelta. The developers are working hard to ensure that IMP will soon be listed on more exchanges.

In addition to sending imps to the mine, players can send them to fight another player’s imps. This can be done by using the ‘Fight’ button and specifying how many imps are needed. Players then simply wait for an opponent to accept their challenge. The battle goes on in automatic mode, but players can raise your chances of winning by equipping their imps with artifacts.

Artifacts are ERC721 tokens that make up the collectible component of Ether Kingdoms. They can be sold on special platforms (for example, OpenSea), or exchanged with other players. Artifacts can be traded, bought, and used to participate in weekly leaderboards. Players can also use CryptoKitties tokens in the game as pets, and also receive game bonuses.

Now that Ether kingdoms are out of Beta testing it will continue to develop and grow. During the upcoming fall-winter, Ether Kingdoms players will enjoy:

  • New PvP fight mode
  • Clan battles
  • Special locations for groups of players
  • Global and local opponent-bosses
  • New, rechargeable ERC721 tokens
  • Reduced mining rates (by half!). Only 50 players will receive a unique artifact that guarantees the maximum mining profit of 1%.

In the first quarter of 2019, the developers promise to release a fully functional mobile version of the game. It will not support the crypto token due to mobile stores’ policies, but players will be able to use the artifacts earned in the mobile version in the browser version of the game.

What Does This Have to Do with Free 2 Play?

The economic model of Ether Kingdoms was based on its own token from the beginning without the necessity to hold an ICO or any type of a presale. Token distribution (13 million tokens are planned to be released throughout the game’s existence) is as follows:

  • 15% is reserved for the team and the future development fund;
  • 10% for leaderboards and airdrops
  • 75% is available for mining. The basic development and marketing are carried out using the team’s own funds.

Players can get the IMP tokens by receiving them for free during Airdrops, mining them or purchasing at an exchange. It is the airdrop that makes Ether Kingdoms a Free 2 Play crypto game. The second round of Airdrop will start on August 24 and will be released as a quest chain. The award for each successfully completed quest will be a loot-box that contains a certain number of IMPs and sometimes an artifact.

To start playing Ether Kingdoms today you don’t need to buy the tokens. You can just join the game’s Telegram or Discord channels, receive 10 IMPs and complete several simple quests.

The total Airdrop pool is 350 000 IMP, which is expected to go fast.

What’s New in August Release?

Ether Kingdoms have added a variety of game content (over 25 artifacts, support for 120+ levels, possibility to purchase artifact loot boxes, new quest chains, and much more), as well as functionalities that include integration of CryptoKitties ERC721 tokens. The second round of airdrop is about to commence and will give away up to 220 IMP tokens per person.


Vladimir Goldberg

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Disclaimer: Ether Kingdoms is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest.