Bitcoin-enabled MMO Infinite Fleet launches funding drive

Wish to rely your self alongside Litecoin creator Charlie Lee, Blockstream CEO Adam Again, Heisenberg Capital founder and CIO Max Keiser and Heisenberg CEO Stacy Herbert as fairness traders in an upcoming blockchain-based online game? Now’s your likelihood.

Yesterday, developer Pixelmatic introduced the launch of a funding marketing campaign for Infinite Fleet, an outer area PC technique recreation that’s presently in growth. The marketing campaign, which is presently reside on crowd funding platform BnkToTheFuture, will let potential traders in on a funding spherical that features the aforementioned crypto luminaries.

The funding drive, which is just out there to traders exterior america, had a purpose of $250,000. It has already been efficiently funded, with $250,513 contributed by 53 traders as of this writing. The marketing campaign’s listed to shut tomorrow.

Infinite Fleet is an formidable massively multiplayer real-time technique recreation with anime-inspired visuals and narrative cinematics. In response to its pitch deck, the sport enables you to command a “fleet of next-generation area ships to defeat a cruel alien risk.” Gameplay particulars are scant. 

What the crew makes clear, nevertheless, is that the sport is infused with crypto property. Its $INF token shall be handed out by Pixelmatic for enjoying the sport and collaborating in occasions, and it may be transferred into and out of the sport and used inside Infinite Fleet’s peer-to-peer market. There shall be a restricted quantity of the token made to make sure shortage. 

$INF operates on the Bitcoin blockchain by way of the Liquid Community, a secondary layer sidechain, to permit for fast micropayments.

Pixelmatch held a streaming YouTube AMA yesterday following the launch of the marketing campaign, that includes Lee, Keiser, Herbert, BnkToTheFuture CEO Simon Dixon, and Pixelmatic CEO (and Blockstream CSO) Samson Mow to reply questions on Infinite Fleet and share why they obtained concerned with the venture.

“Lots of people ask: Is Bitcoin relevant to gaming? Simon, we’ve had this dialog a few instances and we’ve talked about gaming and Bitcoin, and there appears to be some ambivalence about it,” mentioned Keiser.

“However in my opinion, it simply looks like a pure match and it’s such an enormous market—and it’s solely going to develop greater and greater. So if they will get any piece of this market in any respect, it’s going to be an enormous play in my view.”

In response to the venture roadmap, Infinite Fleet is slated for launch within the first quarter of 2022.

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