The whole world is now available in the new crypto-collectible strategy game Planet Crypto.
Planet Crypto runs on the Ethereum and TRONN Blockchain where you own virtual plots of land. Build your Empire Score by holding land and boost your score by using a Hostile Take-over of someone else’s card. The entire global map has been turned into a 20m sq. grid so players can purchase any part of planet Earth!
Players are rewarded in ETH proportionally to their rank on the leaderboard but how exactly does this work? Every time that land is purchased in the game a land tax is applied, then the tax is distributed instantly to all players according to their rank position.
To improve your rank position, you have to own more land. Land plots are ERC-721 tokens and they can be found under “Your Cards” option at the bottom of the page.
The Empire Score
All cards in
[NUMBER OF PLOTS] OF LAND * 100 = [EMPIRE SCORE]
Let’s say you buy a new card which contains 10 plots of land, your Empire Score will be 1,000.
Once again, the more points you have, the more your earnings will be.
Hostile Take Overs
Anyone, at any given time, can purchase a card from someone else, but for 200% of the original price! Let’s say you own Acropolis in Greece, and
Moreover, the empire score of the card increases by 150%.
Destroy land and Planet Coins
In case you are not happy with your land you can always destroy the card and open up the location for new cards!
`When destroying a card you will receive the cards size in PlanetCoin tokens.
The ratio when purchasing land with PlanetCoins is 1:1, meaning that for each plot of land, 1 PlanetCoin is required, regardless of the real-life value.
Planet Coins Bounty
PlanetCoinns are often given away for those that help promote the game – the BOUNTY program is now open. For full information on how you can earn PlanetCOINS please go to the BitCoin Talk Bounty Page. If you have a popular Blog, Social Media Account or YouTube Channel, please get in touch for more information on how you can earn PlanetCOINS: firstname.lastname@example.org