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Redemption NFT game suggestion!
« on: August 19, 2022, 09:58:22 AM »
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Hi... you can perhaps create an online game using the redemption nft cards, something like  axie infinity and splinterland. This will bring more values to the redemption nfts, and the nfts will sell better when they are used in a game. You can consider setting up the remdemption game in the waxp blockchains and sell the nfts in neftyblocks.com and atomichub. You can look into games like beast garden, rada quest and dark country to see how redemption can be a game in the waxp blockchain. I typically play games like train of the century, alien worlds and nft panda, but they are not card games, yet they involved the use of nfts which I buy and sell in order to play the game. I think nfts alone won't sell, unless you can use it to earn some kinds of tokens which can be sold at alcor.exchange. Alien worlds, for instance, allow you to mine with nft card, shovel for tlms (a kind of token), which can be sold at the alcor.exchange for waxp. Waxp can be converted to usd at exchange like crypto.com. Train of the century allows you to send the train nft card to a station, where, you can earn tocium, a kind of token, which can be traded at alcor.exchange for waxp. You can set up a redemption card game, where the winner of a game earns some kind of tokens that can be traded at alcor.exchange, and sell redemption cards at nefty blocks based on their rarity in booster packs, which can be opened at neftyblocks.com. For instance, for the train of the century game that I played, the cards actually are sold in booster packs, and what cards you get are completely random. Cards can be commons, uncommons, rares, legendarys or mythics, with mythics having at most 100 cards minted. That means, a owner of a mythic nft can at most purchase 100 mythic cards of the same type. This increases the value of the cards as it is not so common. A mythic card can sold for US$200 while a common sells for only a few cents. The game train of the century can be found here: https://trains.cards. Other game of the waxp blockchains can be found here: https://playtoearn.net/blockchaingames/WAX/All-Genre/All-Status/All-Device/All-NFT/All-PlayToEarn/All-FreeToPlay.
I think nfts have more values when it is linkef to a game, and redemption nfts will increase in values if it is found in a  game. An online game, based on the redemption game. Hope you consider my suggestions

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Re: Redemption NFT game suggestion!
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2022, 02:55:17 PM »
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Good afternoon,
This is an interesting idea. Establishing an online client of the game making the cards NFT unsure that they retain value and can actually be traded and produce profit for the developers Cactus Game Design. Rob has spoken on this in the past and I would not be opposed to having an online version that utilizes NFT’s. This is a good conversation and I hope we can continue the discussion.

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Re: Redemption NFT game suggestion!
« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2022, 03:20:59 PM »
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You can actually sell booster pack nft of the game, which can contain common, uncommon, rares or ultra rares version of the card. For instance,if I buy a gospel of Christ booster pack nft, I can get some cards nfts if the booster pack is opened, and the cards I get are completely random. You can sell a booster pack nft at US$5, and when opened, it will give a certain amount of cards nfts (maybe like 12) which can be used with the online game. The cards can be commons(unlimited supplies), uncommons (abundant supplies) rares (limited supplies) and ultra rares (Ultra limited supplies), and what you get with each booster pack is completely random. You will get 12 cards, and 50%chance of getting commons, 30%chance of getting uncommons, 15% chance of getting rares and 5%chance of getting ultra rares with each booster packs. And the person who open the booster pack can resell the 12 cards you get at booster packs at the nft marketplace which is being adopted by Cactus. The price of the card nfts sold will depend on demand and supply of the cards themselves. Cactus will sell the booster packs nfts, and the person who buys the booster packs nfts can open them and sell the cards.
Many games I play at the waxp blockchain work this way.

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Re: Redemption NFT game suggestion!
« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2022, 03:36:36 PM »
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@chongjasmine
Jasmine, thanks for your kind thoughts.  We sincerely suggest you message or Email Rob Anderson asap. Since he is already into Redemption being an NFT project, your ideas may most likely be of interest to him.
https://www.cactusforums.com/redemption-market/non-fungible-tokens-on-opensea/msg605363/#msg605363

I personally feel that having NFT Redemption cards bought and played online could ultimately help fund Redemption tabletop gaming (the main reason why Rob has created and is selling Redemption NFTs). I also feel that international Redemption players who especially are NFT collectors could benefit from both having these digital collectibles as well as use them in an NFT gaming portal. I also feel that actual card gaming couldn't be replaced by NFTs but it's a great start for international Redemption enthusiasts who are NFT collectors to own their Redemptoon cards.

Prayers up and blessings to all who have been Godsends in planting Redemption seeds in their own way. God is good!!!
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