Due to block chain technology allowing for the verifiable, authentic, and real-world swapping of non-fungible tokens, the crypto currency gaming sector is worth billions of dollars (NFTs). Even in the virtual realm, there are lucrative economies to be found.
The term “play-to-earn” refers to video games that offer players the opportunity to earn money in exchange for engaging in a variety of in-game activities, such as leading battles, breeding virtual characters, fulfilling missions, or performing other chores.
One of the key incentives for players to connect actively inside these games is the prospect of financial reward for their participation. It’s the main factor behind the meteoric ascent of ‘play-to-earn’ games.
Number 1 Plant VS Undead
Ranch mode in Plants vs. Zombies is what keeps you coming back for more thanks to the incredible potential to amass light energy, which in turn triggers PVU tokens.
It is possible to make money from Plants vs. Zombies games if you manage your in-game resources as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Because of this, it might be considered a money-making venture.
Players can tend to their farm and generate Light Energy here (LE).
These Light Energy tokens can currently be exchanged for Plant vs. Undead Tokens, another crypto currency token (PVU). The resulting token is then transferable between several decentralised markets (DEXs).
Number 2 Gods Unchained
Gods Unchained was developed by the same team that brought you Immutable X, a game that scales Ethereum at the layer-2 level.
Because of this, we may safely assume that the game is hosted on Ethereum and utilises the Immutable X smart contract platform, both of which allow dApps to conduct peer-to-peer trading with no transaction fees and at a rate of up to 9,000 transactions per second (TPS).
The players of the trading card game Gods Unchained face off against one another using their decks of cards, which consist of both base cards and expansion packs. This means you’ll need to acquire them from another player before you can put them to use. All of the game’s cards are tradable on the unchanging X exchange.
At the moment, GODS tokens are among the most valuable gaming tokens in the crypto currency market.
Number 3 Axie Infinity
On August 8, 2021, Axie Infinity became the first NFT game based on Ethereum to reach $1 billion in trades. There are currently more than 1,000,000 active users of the game. This game, developed by a Vietnamese firm called Sky Mavis, is currently the most well-known NFT game on the market. If you’re looking for a way to make money on the block chain, this is one of the best options.
In Axie Infinity, a game heavily influenced by Pokémon, players collect and train a team of creatures known as “Axies” before sending them into battle against other players in the game’s Arena mode or against enemies in the game’s Adventure mode.
Number 4 Illuvium
Illuvium is an auto-battle 3D open world role-playing game built on the Ethereum block chain. Similar to classic role-playing games, users will have to defeat enemies, finish quests, and rise through the ranks to be rewarded with ILV Tokens.
In order to prevail in battles, players will need to collect and level up NFT Illuvial’s many different skills. In the Illuvium market, players can buy and sell NFT Illuvials and in-game products with real money, much as in other NFT games.
Number 5 Decentraland
Crypto-based 3D virtual reality game Decentraland runs on the Ethereum network. Players can explore new worlds, customise their own characters and content according on their individual tastes, and enjoy truly remarkable adventures as a result.
The MANA coin can be used as a means of exchange within the game, allowing players to buy and sell virtual goods and engage in other social activities with one another.
Decentraland is a virtual world that brings players one step closer to the Metaverse through virtual reality (VR) games that allow them to experience a world beyond our own. In addition to NFT Marketplace, players are given the option to freely trade with one another.
On this note, the blog has come to an end. Let us know in the comments down below about your favourite ‘play-to-earn’ game.