The Hottest Game in Crypto Announces Extremely Exclusive Private Alpha
World of Ether will be releasing an Alpha version of its game to 50 of the crypto space's biggest influencers and decision makers.
On March 28th, the game will be releasing its Alpha version to 50 vetted participants, many of which are already said to be some of the biggest names in crypto.
The team will follow up its Alpha launch with a Beta and a highly publicized bug bounty.
The Beta will be semi-private and will only be available to presale holders, and the bug bounty will be open to the public, featuring 'sizeable' ETH rewards.
After all of this, World of Ether will finally launch on the Ethereum Main Net.
"People are saying this dapp is going to change the way blockchain is viewed. Those people are right," Ram Berrouet, World of Ether's Head of Product, stated.
World of Ether has sold 1,909 remarkably expensive monster eggs in its presale so far. When the game is released, these presale buyers will be able to hatch their eggs and be the first players to populate the marketplace.
To date, the price of a single egg is 0.6685 ETH.
Over $100,000,000 has been transacted in crypto games in the last three months. Buyers are paying such absurd amounts to be part of what they hope will be the most popular of these games.
In World of Ether, players battle, breed, and collect monsters. Players can earn ETH by selling and siring monsters. Players can level up, gain experience from battling, and get permanent credit for discovering new monsters.
The game is being especially lauded as highly stylized and one of the few crypto collectibles to not use procedurally generated art. It is being made to compete with mainstream video games, instead of other crypto games.
The team has stated that they want the World of Ether experience to be "flawless," which is why their launch roadmap has them going through so many gated versions and tests.
For those wishing to be part of the private Alpha, applications to participate can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions require inclusion of name, credentials, and proof of credentials.
To learn more, World of Ether has detailed their launch roadmap in this newest blog post: https://medium.com/@
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