March 13th, 2023 at 5:20 pm UTC · 3 min read
MetaFight, the world’s first fight-and-earn platform, concluded its Alpha Release on 21st February 2023. The Alpha Release offered users three more starter cards, providing them with more opportunities to collect and earn NFTs. In addition, MetaFight also hosted an auction of four Legendary cards and a special card belonging to UFC fighter Ciryl Gane, who is set to compete against Jon Jones in the coming weeks.
The Alpha Release marked the first public version of MetaFight, and users can expect to enjoy a number of exciting features. Users can now acquire free cards, purchase card packs, trade cards with other users, combine fighters and equipment, and join leagues to earn rewards. The first auction campaign will soon start with Ciryl Gane’s unique and legendary cards, with the sale being divided into three parts: Teasing, Legendary Auction, and Unique Auctions. With over 500 notable fighters under contract and numerous MMA and tech partnerships, MetaFight promises its users a truly unforgettable experience.
MetaFight will now get rewards which include fighter cards, boosters, and passive cards during the first phase, with plans to add cryptocurrency to the reward phase in the future. In addition, users can complete daily and weekly challenges to accumulate points, with the top performers gaining access to exclusive sales featuring special NFTs. Considering rarity as the first character of each asset, the supply of starter cards is unlimited, whereas the supply of Bronze, Silver, Gold, Legendary, and Unique cards is 300, 150, 50, 10, and 1.
CEO Julia Mahé-Emsallem shared her excitement about the Alpha Launch, saying:
“Given the marked increase in demand for NFTs combined with rapid growth in the world of MMA, our product, Metafight, appears well-positioned to capitalize on both of these growing, popular interests. The opportunity for future development of products and services to accommodate this combined audience represents an underdeveloped and untapped market that MetaFight is poised to capture.”
Looking ahead, MetaFight has some exciting plans for 2023, including Card Renting, where users will share their cards with another player and get something in exchange or split the prizes gained by that card, and PVP mode, where users will be able to fight with their friends, which eventually have a leaderboard to rank top players. With over 500 notable fighters under contract and numerous MMA and tech partnerships, MetaFight promises to offer its users a unique and valuable experience.
MetaFight is an NFT game where players compete against each other using fighter cards representing professional MMA fighters. Led by Julia and Thomas, the MetaFight team is solving some of the biggest problems in the NFT industry, such as high transaction fees, slow confirmation times, developer experience issues, and security concerns. Players can join leagues and compete against other players, with their rewards and ranking determined by their performance in the league. MetaFight is the first metaverse and NFT game to utilize this concept, and it is already gaining a lot of attention in the NFT/metaverse gaming community.
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