The presale for the native token of the upcoming NFT-based metaverse game ‘Battle Infinity’ has attracted a high amount of interest from early investors.
With 68 days remaining in its 90-day presale, over 8000 BNB (over $2.25 million) has been raised so far, past its soft cap of 2000 BNB and around 50% of its hard cap. The presale ends October 10th at the presale website or when that hard cap is met.
The Battle Infinity developers – including project lead Suresh Joshi – have the ambitious goal of creating the first daily fantasy sports (DFS) themed metaverse game, among other gameplay formats.
All in-game assets will be tradeable as NFTs on the game’s integrated NFT marketplace, the Battle Market.
IBAT will be the rewards token and in-game currency, earned by players that win matches against other teams and top the league standings – the IBAT Premier League – and then swapped for other currencies on the game’s DEX, Battle Swap.
With a 10 billion fixed supply, IBAT is a BEP-20 token and will be listed on PancakeSwap DEX after the presale.
The IBAT presale price began at $0.0015 last month, at the exchange rate of 1 BNB = 166,666.66 IBAT.
Investors can buy IBAT with Binance Coin and a MetaMask wallet or Trust Wallet, with a max investment of 500 BNB per wallet address (minimum 0.1 BNB). According to BSCScan, there are currently 3,350 IBAT holders.
The latest DappRadar industry report noted blockchain games and their related crypto tokens or NFTs were the most resilient assets during the 2022 bear market.
On-chain activity such as the buying and trading of metaverse land remained high even as the value of metaverse cryptos retraced alongside BTC and ETH.
Battle Infinity is aiming to follow in the footsteps of crypto games like The Sandbox, Decentraland, and My Neighbor Alice – the native coins of which are all still well up since their ICOs.
Even Axie Infinity (AXS) is still up 150x since its ICO despite an over 90% correction.
The success and hype around other NFT and crypto games throughout 2021 and their continued popularity in 2022 might explain the early interest in Battle Infinity, as well as its goal to add something new to crypto gaming – a fantasy sports twist.
Find the whitepaper and roadmap at the website, where at the current pace the presale may sell out earlier than the October deadline.
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