The upcoming blockchain MMO strategy game League of Kingdoms announced the Land Presale at a discounted rate starting on May 25/2020. The game’s launch is coming in the first half of 2020.
The presale will take place in two rounds, where the first one will feature a 30% discount and the second a 20%. Furthermore, both rounds will include bonus crystals to start your journey in the game. After the presale period, Lands will still be available but without any privileges.
You can participate in the League of Kingdoms Land Presale using Ethereum and some other ERC-20 tokens that Kyber supports like DAI and MANA. Access the presale in the games land portal or at the decentralized marketplace, OpenSea.
Land Tokens and DAI Rewards
Land Tokens come in the form tokenized ERC-721 real estate blockchain assets. Like in the real world, the more users and development activities, the higher the property value.
The game will provide a percentage of their revenue to a reward pool using the stable coin DAI (10% of all in-app purchases made on the game). Landowners will claim rewards from this pool based on the development level of their Land and the resources collected. Even more, Landowners will also earn 5% of the resources collected within their Land.
In the League of Kingdoms land presale, supply is limited. Once more players join the game, minting more continents is a necessity. The game has come with a solution to ensure that existing Lands will remain valuable forever.
Getting a land means you own the perpetual ownership of the coordinate itself. Let’s say the game mints new continents, the coordinate of the new continent also belongs to you, giving a big advantage to the genesis continent owners.
As always, if you are planning to participate in the League of Kingdoms land presale, we would like to remind you to do your own research and never spend more than you can afford to lose. Treat games as games and not as investment opportunities.
Visit League of Kingdoms land presale website and learn more.
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