The ambitious ready-player-one project, Silica Nexus, accelerates in all fields, both development, and marketing. Today we present you a recap of what happened the last month in the Silica Nexus XR camp.
Silica Nexus Development Progress
The first aspect of Silica Nexus is the marketplace, part of the PAE Engine, (player acquisition model) it’s scheduled for launch somewhere in September 2019. The team is currently debugging the kiosk integration as well as the marketplace in overall for smooth user experience.
The SN (Silica Nexus) ecosystem will use DROID ERC-20 token as the native cryptocurrency which will also be utilized by the neXus marketplace. Currently, the IEO is live on Latoken and DROIDs can be acquired for as low as 0.00008 ETH per token. (1,000 DROIDS = 0.08ETH / $16.88 ) The IEO ends in 9 days.
The Silica Nexus Trade Binder App is available on the Google Play store for download. While the app is not yet completed, you can get a first idea of how it is going to work. So far, the application features a shop, an auction section, the trade zone, and a QR scanner which is going to be used across the neXus universe.
Silica Nexus Established partnerships
The first game to join Silica Nexus is Ether Legends, a groundbreaking collectible trading card game (TCG) that utilizes Ethereum Blockchain. The game is based on blockchain assets (ERC721) as well as some limited edition physical cards. Ether Legends uses ELET, an ERC-20 Token as the native in-game cryptocurrency. Download Ether Legends app for Android.
Silica Nexus is also working on adding another one popular game in the ecosystem, Crypt-Oink. A pig racing blockchain game, trending in Asian countries. more information on this partnership will be announced in the upcoming days.
Moreover, the SN teamed up with a number of influencers and blockchain gaming websites to further expand its reach to the blockchain gaming community. Some of the partnerships include egamers.io, Blockdecentral, Beatminer, Crypto and Gamers as well as the Crypto Wild Foundation.
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