Blockchain gaming -- is it all hype?
These Top 5 Altcoins Took a MASSIVE Hit This Week
Give it to me straight, are my bags "forever bags"?
Bitcoin is King: Bitcoin performed better than 46 of top 50 altcoins over the past 90 days. The last time Bitcoin performed so well relative to alts was almost two years ago (August 2021)
The Lost Glitches (p2e TCG, pre-alpha stage) analysis
Where’s this put the ZkEVM/L2 power rankings/utility??
Here is a perfect example of why we are not in a bull run yet and it's time to stay away from shady "influencers"!
Market cap analysis shows room for growth
I played Gods Unchained for 5 months so you don't have to. Here is a detailed review on its play 2 earn from a f2p player's perspective
How to farm free cryptos with (almost) no effort
Another company just adopted blockchain technology as a first step to adoption and this time it ain’t a fluke.
Assessing the Impact of FTX Meltdown in the Dapp Industry!
What you need to know to make it and dont learn on this subreddit.
Gameplay Preview for Supremacy World - Web3 game on IMX
Elons Newest Acquisition - What does it mean for Twitters Future?
How is everybody generating passive crypto this bear market?
Optimism, Immutable X and God's unchained
IMX immutable x! what's the price targets with full adoption and timeframes? 🦄 in the making.
How I’m probably going to lose my relationship and everything i love.
How I’m probably going to lose my relationship and everything i love.
is anyone familiar with this IMX trading platform?
Lost 30% of my Net Worth After Last Month CPI Release
I connected to a fake stake website and connected my metamask wallet
discussion - is it a good time to stake?
Metaverse Gaming Not Dead -- Illuvium Land Sale Sells Out and Demonstrates ILV Team's Competence
The best thing about this bear market will be the death of NFTs
How do/did you pick a coin to invest in?
An opportunity on the horizon of this bloodbath...
A twitch streamer has started a war against crypto on r/place
18 year old keeps asking me for advice on what to invest to five thousand into...is Bitcoin or Eth worth it now?
Bitstamp is listing five new assets: IMX, NEXO, CTSI, CVX and UST
Posted in the IMX sub last week, a thorough analysis and opinion on “should I buy IMX now?”
Three Bull Cases for a coin. Investment, Meme or Mass Adoption. The only Investment Coin is Bitcoin. Memecoins are impossible to predict, but upcoming mass adoption is known!
Be careful with The Fudders trying to confuse you and pump their bags, Author of article holds IMX and spreads FUD.
GameStop Announces Partnership with IMX for Intended Launch of NFT Marketplace by Close of Q2 FY22.
Immutable X (IMX) Gains 50% After Closing $200M Fundraising
All it takes is getting in on one gem to completely change your life... Why is this so much easier said than done?
All it takes is getting in on one gem to completely change your life... Why is this so much easier said than done?
GameStop just moved 8.1 million IMX, this transfer emptied out their wallet completely!
How to scale Ethereum? — A comprehensive analysis of all the actual Layer 2 environment - Daolectic Research
Impermax.finance | Leveraged yield farm | Under 5M mktcap | only 2/12mill air drop claimed | Devs have LinkedIn | Not a meme coin | Active on 5 chains | P/E of < 3 | TheGOAT.finance
GameStop x Microsoft Partnership, IMX and LRC the tools behind it
How important are layer-2s for games on Ethereum?
I’m hearing about LIGMA, but how come nobody is talking about MAGLIV?
Year long crypto hiatus challenge
Official Response: ImmutableX on GME Partnership and subsequent Dumping/Dilution claims
Immutable (IMX) on discord - clearing the things up between partners
GME received $100m in IMX as part of their partnership with ImmutableX. Immediately after the announcement as the price pumped, they dumped $30m of this on Huobi and Binance. Text book insider trading: They used the announcement to pump and dump IMX.
Gamestop is marketdumping their IMX tokens
GME went for IMX, not Loopring. GME apes: welcome to crypto
Immutable X (IMX) price soars after GameStop partnership and new project launches
Impermax adds staking for usdc
GameStop SEC Filing Confirms Partnership with IMX & LRC
What are ZK-Rollups and why they're the best investment you can make in 2022.
I analysed if coins/tokens actually pump after Coin Bureau mentions them
Immutable X: IMX Ready To ROLL?? Complete Overview!! 🤓
[AIRDROP] PlanetQuest is still giving out free NFT's on ImmutableX
Air Drops?? I’m hoping for these roll ups, comment your thoughts guys
Mintable enables IMX Layer 2 to help with gas fees
Did I just paid 80 bucks for transferring $2.49?
Vitalik Buterin has only made two VC investments: one in solar energy and one in the company that created IMX
I beleive that gods unchained will be the next big hit after axie.
Thanks, I will share with your mine. TON, RNDR and IMX
All of that is happening. Look at plans for the IMX Passport.
>I on ramp via Ramp, Banxa, and MoonPay All centralized. >I can swap tokens, stake via RocketPool or Lido (or stake directly LRC or IMX), and participate in the AMM pools. All that is not convenient and requires knowledge, smart contract interactions and comes with big security risks. There have been hundreds of exploits and security loopholes and frauds in DeFi that made even the cautious people lose money. With CEXs, at least there is someone who you can hold responsible if stuff goes wrong. >If someone believes ETH can never replace a CEX, then they shouldn’t be keeping funds in crypto, because you are saying today is the maximal value it will achieve. I never said CEX are the end-all-be-all of crypto. Oh hell no. But they provide services that can not be found in crypto. An ideal crypto ecosystem has both centralized and decentralized features. ETH is no exception to this. Who are you to gatekeep people who would value such centralized services but still contribute to crypto adoption with their investments?
I on ramp via Ramp, Banxa, and MoonPay to ETH L2 directly into my wallet. I can swap tokens, stake via RocketPool or Lido (or stake directly LRC or IMX), and participate in the AMM pools. I haven’t touched a CEX in 18 months and regularly on ramp funds and participate in the ecosystem. If someone believes ETH can never replace a CEX, then they shouldn’t be keeping funds in crypto, because you are saying today is the maximal value it will achieve. The only piece heavily missing is leverage, but this point makes me concerned. The reason people don’t like how collateral would operate on ETH is because it would require you to get a fair rate on the funds being lent. A normal market participant needs collateral and an assessment of their risk lending you money, and assigns a percentage. Traders don’t like fair value. CEXs accomplish this by monetizing their users. It’s ok for them to give you a non fair market rate in your favor because they will make money off you in other ways by making you think you get a deal.
I liked Matic and IMX for NFT and blockchain games but it really looks like Matic is getting all the action. I think it will do well but there’s a slim chance it could do very, very well.
I hope WAX and IMX can get back close to the ATH in the next bull run. IMX has some pretty good games and a good lineup for the near future and WAX because it just make sense for small independent creators looking for a chain that is easier to enter with great tools freely available to anyone that wants to release digital collectibles.
Okay, I start: I am Kirtash93, you can call me Kir and I am a victim of r/cc shills like ALGO, IMX, LRC, VET, CRO and ONE shills.
More reasons to keep DCAing into your bags, holding those tokens with good fundamentals and potentials, I keep DCAing into ARPA, KAVA, SYLO, IMX, and INJ
I’m still optimistic about both LRC and IMX. Also holding both and Algo but Algo I have other thoughts on
r/cc is proof of that. Thanks to that and my own stupidity, I own ALGO, IMX, LRC, CKB, VET and ONE.
I have a good list of shilled coins that I bought and regret too. ALGO, IMX, LRC, VET and ONE.
LRC, IMX, VET, CKB, CRO and ONE holders cries too.
That's why Im aping hard into IMX
I don’t think we have either, in the next couple months I think we will. My best guess for matic would be .75-.79. But who knows. I think once IMX and Polygon finish there web3 game project that be a nice little feather in Matics cap
Is anybody loading up on IMX? I'll show myself out...
IMX is building the game developer tools while Poly is building the zkRollup tech. It’s why they signed a deal and now game studios building blockchain games are pushed to IMX and Poly is chasing mostly non-game customers. Bullish on IMX since they run one of the only gen1 blockchain games still around (Gods Unchained) and have a huge warchest focused on blockchain gaming only.
I say this on every post I see about blockchain gaming but AAA games take time to build. I'd imagine a lot of big companies were/are sitting back and seeing how other smaller projects (proof of concept) work first and then they'll dive head first in. It makes me excited as a gamer to own my skins rather than buy them and never have the ability to sell my old unused ones even for a 90% loss (hello League of Legends). It makes sense for the creator and the player to move to digital assets so you're not just 'renting' skins but actually owning them and able to sell them for say ETH on the Gamestop marketplace. I know it's forbidden to talk about them it seems! lol but their partnerships in the gaming industry make me think their marketplace will be the leader so they're a company to watch in this space along with IMX as you mentioned. I strongly believe the web3 ecosystem won't just be a monopoly though and there should and will be marketplaces where a single game can be listed on multiple ones. My guess is Epic Games first. They're already paving the way with Fortnite Creative 2.0 and places like Cyber Crew are building maps and skins already for Fortnite. In a best-case scenario I see a revolution in monetizing gaming and bringing power back to the creators and players and in a worst-case scenario I see a more efficient steam marketplace.
IMX and Polygon actually partnered recently. There's a good Bankless podcast interviewing Immutable and Polygon creators on the partnership.
>If a coin comes out that gets used by lots of people, they’ll be buying it in order to use it. Why the heck would they use Bitcoin, or ethereum with fees as high as they are. Ethereum's blockspace isn't designed to secure your transactions with necessarily. It is designed to secure entire blockchains with, aka rollups. Rollups compress blockspace and resell it. When you use a Rollup your gas fee can shrink by 90% and by Q3 that will drop another 30-100x.. All while you stay on Ethereum and have ETH's security. If base layer blockspace costs $10 to use a Rollup will cost under 1c, by eoy. 'Why the heck would they use Ethereum'? Because it is cheaper, more secure, and more sustainable to pay a gas fee to secure your blockchain than it is to come up with a security model all on your own via token inflation. A $30 gas fee compared to $300K of inflation.. Ethereum blockspace is very underpriced considering what it is and does. Over time the aggregate fees will go up, but user fees will go down. Some rollups don't even charge users, IMX charges a flat $1 to mint an NFT but everything else on there is gas free.
Seems to be a popular opinion. I am curious to see how coins like IMX will nurture these games/development environments. I think crypto games may develop into online casino versions of mobile games... I can see some companies developing (side) web3 game projects, but I doubt we will see full AAA games on web3 anytime soon. Agree or disagree, I think there was a noticeable shift in the gaming space when Notch sold Minecraft to Microsoft. I wish the gaming space would return to what it once was, but there are too many large companies involved for that to ever happen. On the bright side, maybe web3 game development will begin with somewhat of a return to form? Similar to when phone apps started to get popular and a lot of smaller devs began working to build the ecosystem. Support indie devs!
Loopring, arbitrum, Eth, IMX, polka dot And some others. Kind of a crypto hoe
New and exciting... FET? IMX? PARSIQ?
That sounds really exciting for mobile gamers. bullish for $GODS and $IMX.
Been stacking IMX and enjoying the staking rewards, not fantastic return but I agree with you that there is a lot to be made in this space and immutable is positioned very well especially including their recent partnership with polygon
Nice choices. I have those three as well. Illuvium could have massive potential. Nearly reached 1k in the last bull and got all the way down to 50 bucks or so last year. The game looks great and still not released yet. IMX has amazing stuff going on. Just not happy about its tokenenmics but it could massively scale in the future. Gala as well.
>Sooo, I read alot about the complains about gas fees being insanely high. Could this spread as fear in ETH? So the price dumps. High gas fees are a HUGE BENEFIT to Ethereum. How else do you think a blockchain should come up with the money to secure itself, if it doesn't sell blockspace? The base layer isn't for us anymore anyway, just going off the Ethereum roadmap. L1 blockspace is too scarce for *every* transaction, but it is incredibly secure and decentralized so still very useful. How to utilize that? In the new roadmap - instead of scarce L1 space being consumed to secure *one* of our transactions it will be consumed to secure *an entire blockchain* with instead, aka a Rollup. We're meant to use Rollup's now as it will reduce our fees by approx 90% today, and by the end of the summer that will drop potentially to 99% more with www.eip4844.com. That turns a $10 fee to $1, soon to $0.01. Rollups are effectively blockspace compressors and resellers. Since Rollup's are paying that high L1 fee, there's still an insatiable demand for ETH blockspace despite users paying low/no fee. Pretty soon the network will be nearly free to use the same time it's deflationary from so much ETH being consumed, counter intuitive. The IMX rollup is already free to use today, they charge $1 to mint an NFT and use that to subsidise the rest of their network with. Fees are all part of the plan. ETH with low fees means it's speculative and very risky/unsustainable, same with BTC with low fees. Fees are a very good problem for a blockchain to have, especially in POS where investors can easily and more quickly tap into them.
Dont know about the others but IMX just released a ton of new coins into circulation, so the drop makes sense.
Fiat day today. Would love to buy more IMX at this price to lower my bag average... but the $ will be credited only in about 4 hours. :(
Yup. And I've been catching every falling knife IMX had in the kitchen drawer. Guess it's time to chill and wait for BTC to clear transactions and move back up. Oof.
Woke up to find IMX has dipped further. Deployed the last bit of my frog gains. Won't be checking the charts in the next few days 🤪
IMX so far. Tomorrow is fiat day... will see where we are by the time pay is credited to my account.
I like IMX. I believe it is undervalued, and if we ever go up, I believe it will make a nice game
Decided to put in the gains I made from the frog and into IMX. That helps lower my bag cost quite considerably.
IMX and GODS I think will be big winners when sentiment changes
Dude when the next bull run comes (if it hasn't already) the price of IMX is going to go parabolic and the hype will follow the price. Just don't get greedy, I have sell limits at 9, 13, 18, 24, and 30
I'm sorry, did I just read that OP put 15K in Loop and IMX?
After weeks (OK, maybe a week) of hearing about how much of a shitcoin PEPE was, I sold $150 worth of IMX and went all in on PEPE. The reverse r/cc play. Let’s see if it works out for me.
Can be good for up and coming crypto games (if they will be any good) and Polygon/IMX's partnership to release something half decent.
IMX is a noteworthy project by ZTtech, but I believe other projects such as MINA, LRC, and DUSK also deserve recognition in this space. I strongly believe that projects related to RWA have tremendous potential. One promising project to watch out for is RIO, EKTA, and MNICorp.
Oh sorry about that, I should have clarified! TCG = Trading Cards Game HS = Hearthstone, one of the most famous of the CCGs (a variant of TCGs, Collectible instead of Trading) MtG = Magic the Gathering, arguably *the* TCG, from way back in the 90s, still going strong GU = Gods Unchained, a IMX based TCG where every card is a NFT
That’s true, and that’s why I think even for other projects like GU, in order to obtain a wider reach the audience must not feel like they’re interacting with crypto wallets and transactions at all. On MtG Arena or Hearthstone, buying a pack is as easy and as intuitive as buying something from a online shop. On tokentrove or other IMX marketplaces the user must either transfer funds from layer 1 (adding gas), or pay via moonpay (adding fees). It needs to be much easier than that, but apart from this - albeit big - issue, crypto TCGs are looking like a good implementation of the NFTs models.
ZKtech projects like IMX
Various proportions; BTC ETH MATIC ADA ATOM HBAR IMX GALA VRA CRO
I hold IMX too. Not sure really why. But those guys and Polygon's partnership could hopefully bring better games around the next bull run.
These markets are cyclical. People are building now for the problems of tomorrow. The problems of tomorrow are the same problems of yesterday.. Last bull market what was everyone's biggest complaint? ETH gas fees were pricing everyone out ("*nobody uses ETH because it's too congested*"). ETH is scaling through Rollups.. *Every* Rollup will have their own token, soon dApps will be their own Rollups, there is a ton of emerging opportunities in ETH scaling solutions. The roadmap is literally called a Rollup Centric Ethereum, it's not meant for users to transact on - Ethereum will be meant for Rollups to secure themselves with *solving* the gas fee problem, since users will be paying ~1/1000 the gas fee through a Rollup ie blockspace compressor.. The next time the bull market comes back 95% of new people won't use L1 ETH at all, they will be shilling IMX or some rollup that offers gas free transactions instead - the same way they went to *XYZ* insecure L1 last bull to mint their NFT simply because the fees there were cheaper. Think of a Rollup like *the new L1*, except they're an L1 that doesn't need to rely on ponzinomics to pay for their security model - a Rollup's cost for Ethereum to secure it is *nil*. Most tokens and coins offer say a 10% APR *with a 10% rate of inflation*, it's a wash. If you can achieve 10% APR on a dApp inside a Rollup, since their security costs are so low you know you're getting ~10% and not ~0%. The lower everyone's costs, the more fees generated back to the protocol and more sustainable its model is. Coinbase's new rollup is built *on another rollup* so their costs will be comparable to their centralized competition BSC.. which means they will be able to incentivize their users more sustainably and directly, to create a circular economy full of the loudest (and for the first time, *not dangerous*/disingenuous) shills. https://cryptofees.info/ GMX stands out a lot to me. It has preformed absurdly well (+400%) throughout the bear market (disclaimer: I hold a boatload of GMX), while providing a consistent 5-20% APR since its inception that comes from fees generated by the protocol. If people can save $10 on blockspace they're more willing to pay $10 more for dApps, this benefits everyone. Another issue is, *damn.. who has 32 ETH*? It shouldn't be prohibitively expensive to stake, to be a block builder, in a decentralized network. Good thing Rocket Pool enables running a validator using 8 ETH now, using 2.4 ETH in RPL as collateral. They are the only decentralized pooled staking service, something I can only imagine there will be an insatiable demand for in the next bull run. If even *5%* of ETH stakers migrate or start using Rocket Pool to do their staking there will be more demand for RPL than there's been since it launched at under a dollar. The 24 ETH the validator borrows from the Rocket Pool is used to mint rETH against, which is liquid/unlocked and can be used by people inside of dApps - to earn staking yield *the same time as* Aave yield or etc. yields. If there's ever a huge demand for POS ETH there will be immense demand for what is effectively *leveraged POS* using Rocket Pool. What other problems did people have? New people lost their keys, often. Argent and Loopring each have social recovery wallets, this will be attractive to any business who wants to implement crypto but knows their customers are ignorant how to use it safely. They will work best with an independent ZKEVM, *which themselves are also likely to have their own token*. They cost $10 to set up - ridiculous, but will cost pennies further down ETH's roadmap. Ethereum is implementing protodanksharding this Summer, www.eip4844.com - a new transaction type called a BLOB that can be deleted after validation, so the uploader doesn't have to pay high fees for permanent storage space. This will reduce our cost using a Rollup by 30-100x or more. Take a serious look at the dApps and tech that comes out right after this upgrade, many things are being built today for this upgrade in particular so I expect to see a lot of quality drop later this year, as the tech enables it. Basically just GMX, RPL, bridge tokens, and rollups are the only *new* things that are (legitimately) profitable that I've come across since the bull bust. They're all technologically positioned for increased demand, unlike anything before, *whenever* that day may come. Find things people are paying to use, then position yourself so they're paying *you*.
IMX and LRC. I bought the GME hype. Still holding both tho!
I have still faith in ALGO but LRC... I fall into that one too... I also bought IMX...
I’ve been stacking a little LRC and IMX when I can afford to DCA, I think they have a promising future with their GameStop marketplace integration
IMX, LRC, Atlas, Saitama, NEWO, Matic, and RDNT. After doing my research I can conclude that these coins will definitely go either up or down.
For me I am accumulating into DOT and MATIC. Also LRC and IMX look good for me
Not familiar with IMX, will check it out.
Yeah IMX is one of them, then I guess Axie, Enjin, Decentraland
Im not sure if I’ve ever heard of gaming coins, I know IMX is associated with games but which are you referring to?
They’re making a lot of moves in this bear market, I’m glad I got into them and IMX thanks to the gme connection
Just a month ago my IMX bag turned green after a year of holding it and making purchases in between to lower the cost. Decided to sell it eventually for a small profit. Then bought some back. Then more whenever there's a dip tempting enough. Looking at its price now... couldn't help but feel a sense of deja vu. Hopefully the wait won't be as long! 🤞
Just last month, I managed to earn a little $ from IMX after waiting for like a year (with
Yeah that’s the point of the list. Few safe options at a greater proportion then a few risky ones too. ADA has the historical advantage of any top 20 alt. IMX has an army of apes, worth a look. And can’t tell me CRO doesn’t have huge potential in a bull market.
Thought I was the only one that liked IMX
Don’t mind a dip for buying day! BTC ETH ATOM ADA IMX and CRO today
>I just buy what this sub shills. My LRC, ADA, DOT, ALGO, MATIC, LINK and IMX bags are proof of that. This sub introduced me to Moons and I don't regret it. 😎
I just buy what this sub shills. My LRC, ADA, DOT, ALGO, MATIC, LINK and IMX bags are proof of that.
The game looks promising... We had some eaaaarly Gameplay vídeos in the previous bullrun. They sold some land plots by that time, ofc.. i own a 4x4 small plot xD, its on IMX. They're Very active in their Discord, posting developer updates. There is no coin or any form of p2e yet. Looking foward...
Phone specs for those who are curious Solana Saga Specifications: Dimensions: 164 x 75.3 x 8.4mm Weight: 247g IP Rating: Yes, IP68 Display: 6.67-inch OLED, 120Hz Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4nm) OS: Android 13 Memory: 12GB RAM, 512GB storage Rear Camera: Dual (50MP IMX766 primary, 12MP IMX373 ultrawide) Front Camera: 16MP Battery: 4100mAh, Wireless charging
L2s: LRC, IMX Small Caps: ROUTE Microcaps with cool utility: GET (event ticketing), NOIA (internet traffic routing) and RDNT (interchain)
ETH obviously, but don't forget IMX, ILV, MATIC, ATOM--just my 2 cents.
BTC, ETH, LRC, IMX and hoping for moons so I can justify my time on Reddit to my wife.
IMX surprisingly is holding up the green card. Hopefully it manages to keep it that way 😆
I keep disregarding side chains for a reason. You keep including them like they’re equivalent to the main chains.. I also disregard L2s for the same reason, the transaction happens on the L2 and the data is just stored on the main chain. That leaves even more room for problems, now you’re once removed from the “blockchain”. It’s going to matter to the operations engineers on call for this stuff and the developers who have to work with it. The first question is going to be if we have to use a side chain/L2 why are we using this at all? Or why not just write our own for use in our games.. These things are just a latest in a series of “facelifts” to crypto as they discovered scaling is hard and most of them haven’t been around that long. Loopring, the GameStop wallet, IMX et all are brand new. We have online titles going over 10 years, whatever we end up choosing had to stand the test of time.. I agree that this is attractive to indie devs, the two comments I’d make there are one you still have to get through ESRB cert, I don’t think it’s been tested yet but once real money is attached to these things and they have markets I bet it gets an 18+ rating, which is nearly a death sentence. Both console manufacturers have to allow this traffic through their systems, I don’t know that we’ve ever asked or checked if they have a stance on NFTs and crypto. But they could easily just say no.
Don’t be regarded. Btc up 75% since Jan 1. It has begun. Big gains still possible if you find the right coin. Personally think gaming is where it’s at. Take a look at what IMX is doing. Im dumb though, don’t listen to me. Do your own research.
I own a few NFTs on Loopring’s L2. Some are just dumb GME Marketplace fun NFTs like the GMErica collection that was just little jpegs and a few NFTs that either give access to something like Puzzle Gang, or outfits for Buck in one of the GameStop Buck the Bunny games. A Loopring hover board that I’m not entirely sure all I can do with it but I do believe there’ll be some kind of function in the future for it. All of these I got knowing that whatever I was spending was not something to be considered an investment and is more for my own fun and curiosity of it all more than anything. Even the functional NFTs I got into more for the fun of it. I’m really trash at Puzzle Gang puzzles but it’s still pretty fun for me and I like the community. I think it’s perfectly fine for people to think NFTs are a scam currently because in my eyes, most NFTs aren’t really worth anything right now. When NFTs have great utility, that’s when the real value will show from. WHEN will that be? I’m not sure, but IMX, Cybercrew, Protocol: Gemini, Loopring, polygon, Reddit, GameStop and countless others are all working on all sorts of cool shit in various combinations of together or on their own and there’s so many amazing ideas that a lot of people have that I’m excited to see how many and which ones become reality.
Yeah I made a decent amount on their IMX airdrop. Still holding that imx 😂
I wonder if simplicity would make it easier for users to get exploited. Seems more common for people to ask for a basic password than a seed phrase, even though both are glaring red flags. (Assuming easier is just a basic password protected wallet similar to an option on the Reddit Vault.) I am curious to see how the IMX Passport rolls out though. That could be a solution that helps ease transition from web2 to 3.
Can you blame them? I cant. People have a lot of stuff to do. Not many have the time to do this research. I hardly do. In my dca i only have coins i actually interact with and by extenstion have an interest in and think theyll do well. I dont know the differences between Tezos, Matic, IMX and the next nft focused blockchain.
Good questions. 1. We have a lot of respect for other Web3 game projects who are driving the space forward and we have learned a lot from them. That said, we think we are quite different from both Gala and IMX. Gala decided it was best to build their own chain rather than leverage an existing solution and they are not an L2 or a rollup. This was very likely to do in part with the timing (they were very early) but we think being tied at the hip to the Ethereum ecosystem as a rollup gives us the best chance of success. As for IMX, they were originally started as a way to scale NFTs generally and then have since transitioned to being more game focused. We have known from the outset that we want games to be our singular focus and we think this has help differentiate our offering to partners including tools that go beyond core Web3 building blocks and help those studios build the games themselves. 2. It's quite difficult to measure the end of the road and lay out all of the track in front of us, but we are making conscious decisions around sustainability and building an ecosystem that can start to support itself. Connecting the main points in Myria's circular economy is our current focus 3. I am very excited about Zone9, Carnage Carnival, and MetaNomads. These are very high quality projects which I think will help lead the way for our ecosystem
Hey Brendan, 1. How do you solve the stigma for NFT gaming at the moment, making sure your platform is used for fun games that are not just money grab NFT shills. Right now it doesn’t feel like nft game items offer significant value to traditional gamers 2. What’s are your thoughts on the web2 gamer onboarding process, most web 2 gamers don’t want to be connecting various wallets. They don’t even want to know they’re playing a web3 game. 3. What serpeares you from IMX, given they provide similar tech in the form of starkware zkrollups L2.
We're a welcoming bunch as long as you don't buy SafeMoon, Solana, and don't you dare mention ADA, Loopring, or discuss the tokenomics of IMX or Gala, and keep my f@#&in crypto out of your mouth. As I was saying, we're a welcoming bunch. Open arms and all. Never be afraid to talk about cults and echo Chambers. And.... wait a minute. /s
IMX has a vision where people can resell their in game purchases on an open market. Gamestop seems to be well positioned to support this vision but currently there are just no decent games imo to build a thriving marketplace around. I think there will be one day, but it will require a game to be popular on it's own merits which also happens to also have NFT integration
What happened to IMX?
ImmutableX ($IMX), I’m betting at least a 5x on this based on the huge narrative surrounded Zk tech, and the projects built on it already being hugely popular.
IMX and $Gods airdrop was pretty decent. Make a few K playing a card game I still enjoy.
DOT - came live with parachains towards the end of the bull run.. Has a high rate of development in the bear market, also led by Gavin Wood. ASTR - Parachain on DOT that is Wasm/EVM compatible. They are working with the Japanese government and top companies in Japan. It is going to be the blockchain of Japan like polygon is to India. ILV - the only game in web3 that looks like it will be remotely fun. Basically Pokémon with awesome graphics. Made for nfts. If axie hit 10 billion in the bull this should surpass it. Marketcap is around 100 million. Only issue is if the devs have enough run way to get it done... Will see. Worth the risk. TAO - chatgpt but decentralized with bitcoin tokenomics. Imagine bitcoin miners harvesting of data for machine learning and then tokenizing it. Rough description IMX - Web3 gaming platform that will host games like illuvium. Earn a piece of in game purchases through holding IMX and staking.
That Polygon partnership announcement was pretty exciting. But in true IMX fashion the price dumped lol. I’ve been following IMX since before it was listed exchanges and I really think they’re on to something especially with the GME marketplace. Team seems on the ball too. Super bullish.