Gods Unchained is a free-to-play blockchain-based card trading game where you own your in-game items entirely. Unlike traditional play-to-earn titles, Gods Unchained uses $GODS as the in-game currency for all the transactions. Also, you can win rewards in $GODS, which you can cash out in any fiat currency of your choice!
As they announce upcoming Royalty fees for the players, the developers aim to make this fee the primary source of income. The developers have decided that the $GODS staking pool will receive 20% of the royalty fees revenue.
This new contribution mechanism will enable the devs to create a sustainable play-to-earn ecosystem.
All the new cards will now have royalty fees. However, the old cards will also have the royalty fees applied within the next few days.
Types of Cards and Royalty Fees
Those who play Gods Unchained are aware that there are four types of cards in the game. Previously, there was no royalty fee to buy any of them, but as the new mechanism is coming, the table represents how much royalty fees will be charged depending on the type of card you buy.
|Card Quality||Royalty Fee (%age)||Fee (Approx)|
|Meteorite||5%||Less than $0.01|
As the card gets more expensive, the percentage of Royalty fee will decrease, however, the royalty fees itself will increase due to their high price.
The developers are trying to sell more and more Meteorite cards because they are the most sold because of their low royalty fees.
Royalty Fees will enable the Gods Unchained ecosystem to be more sustainable as the fees will generate some revenue that will allow other features to come into action.
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