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Easily Crypto Royale. No money required to get started, easy to pick up. they have tons of multiplayer tournaments that let you earn more ROY. Everyone gets a piece of the action and the discord community is great. They are developing other games for the ROY community too that are single player games as well. There is a league ran by the community that is supported by the main dev for the main game and players can compete against each other in every region, then there is a world cup at the end of the 3 seasons (ROYLEAGUE). I was searching forever to find fun crypto games but this one takes the cake. Another great one if its available to you is coin hunt world. Similar to Pokemon Go, they give you BTC and ETH. Trivia based game where you need to go to locations and answer questions and you earn BTC and ETH from it. Pretty interesting, I've made some decent coin on it so far.
No, I play 2-3 tournaments a day (10 minutes each), now you can earn 6 ROY on average even if you win only 2 or 3 matches Then you must join discord and get notified when there's double rewards. You earn a little even if you don't win, but if you start to win every now and then, every time there's double reward I manage to win at least 10 ROY in 30 minutes
Yup. I've been playing daily since September (Ranked and Tournaments only). I cashed out half of my winnings on 27th Dec when values peaked - about £740 for 5,000 ROY. I'm back up to 10,000 ROY again now, but it's worth less than 1/10th now that it was at the peak. I win about 33% of games I play, and that's all on mobile. Also making a bit of ROY from skins. Hoping to see ROY bump up again one day...
So as far as tipping in the real world, not yet, but Im excited to have that as an option in the future! Online Ive tipped in NANO, BANANO, and ROY. Tipping ROY via crypto royale is quite entertaining as it can mess with the players in the game for your enjoyment! If I were todo that in real life it would be like throwing quarters all over the restaurant and telling the person to go get their tip, probably a bad idea 😉
Crypto royale is really nice. Another pro tip, once you start winning you start collecting discount tokens for purchasing skins. Wait till you acquire enough to purchase them for cheap using ROY, and then enjoy daily passive income from skin wars.
I think you're missing one part of the equation. If you're early in a P2E game project the rewards are also quite shit, but the token will generally gain value if the game is good/project takes off. Typically when ROY was worth $0.001, you used to get 100-200 ROY for a jackpot, that's 10-40 cents for something happening 1/1000 times (so relatively rare). Then the token went to $0.20 cents and each of your rare jackpot are now worth $20 to $80. Of course ATH prices don't last for ever so it's part of the *game* to take some profits sometimes. Currently you get 10-20 ROY for a jackpot, the price is around $0.02, so technically you're getting proportionally larger rewards than very early adopters. It's also worth mentioning that Crypto Royale offers other revenue sources than just your wins, you can earn skin discounts by playing (for free), you can then buy skins in their store or their marketplace with your free "earnings" and discounts and flip the skin on the marketplace. Each skin will also give you some rewards daily based on the Skin Wars results, even if you don't play. Also if you're pretty good at the game you can play staked game modes, they are less relaxing because you can lose your stake, but the earnings can be substantially larger for a top player.
I think NFT skins for P2E is a nice use case, like what crypto royale currently has going on with skin wars. Depending on how rare your skin is, and how well holders collectively performed, you earn extra ROY. Would be cool to have something like this that works across P2E platforms.
Not a "new" or "upcoming" coin but ROY on Harmony might be my favorite project of all time. Take a crypto faucet, combine it with a fun flash game, add some gambling and war mechanics! HPLAY also somewhat interesting but still very early and games are raw.
So yes: -You get daily rewards with skins. This reward depends on the skin ranking for that day (so how all holders of the skin performed collectively), how many people own the skin, and how many of that particular type you own. Therefore, if you have collected a bunch of skins you get a roy payout for each skin, once per day. Obviously some skins payout more than others, depending on how rare they are, and how the "team" performs. Worth noting, if you play regularly you get a discount token for buying skins (including uncommon and rare skins). Once you have accumulated a few of these tokens purchasing skins from the market place becomes significantly cheaper. -with regard to staking, you can click on the skins on the leaderboard and stake roy that you hold. Again, how much ROY you receive depends on daily performance. -When you win a game with a skin you earn victory points, which can be converted into ROY (15k VPs currently gets you 1 ROY, although this also fluctuates). The more wins a skin has, the more VPs it nets you after winning. With regards to passive VPs, you get 5% when a merc wins while wearing one of your skins. Therefore helps of you have levelled your skins up a bit. I'm still asking myself what todo with the VPs. This game typically rewards patience (skins used to be practically given away, I foolishly sold loads for pennies a few months ago...), therefore wondering if there will be some feature at some point where one can do something more profitable with VPs...
lol, my kids are very keen to have a go at crypto royale when I'm playing it. I have mixed feelings, and I think so far I have been a good parent by saying no. But god damn, they could be way more efficient ROY farming machines than I am 😂.
Staking is one very good way, browsers like Brave and Swash are very good in this aspect. Games like crypto royale too is a good one, as I earned a decent amount of ROY. Duelist King is another game I look forward to play to earn some free DKT. You can also earn from posting on the sub.
crypto royale! fun and addictive game, earn ROY. JungleTV is another favorite of mine, watch videos, chat with others, earn Banano. You can also get Banano by being a part of their Folding@home group which gets you Banano and also uses your computer to help with medical research! Of course there are always faucets...sooo many faucets. If you dont mind finding all the busses, motorcycles, hills, boats, etc. 😂
I'm playing it for fun in a free time for 4 months, I got now 700 ROY - the token you are earning from games. It's not a game that makes you rich, or let you dump your job but it's a great fun and it gives you a token. You can play on stakes, maybe if you're good enough you could gain some serious numbers but I'm not personally not that good I would lose everything. You can buy skin of a playable ball and share it to mercenaries and make profit of it. This also increases a,, power "of a your skins. Is it worth it? I don't know, but I know that the makers of cryptoroyale are working on other games based on cryptocurrency and the value of Roy token is far away from moon.
One is a good pick for sure! Adding to that, I'm thinking ROY will explode this year and I think BAT could see some great growth as well. Braves solution to ads and adblocking is a win win for every party involved. Gotta go with CRO as well with all the marketing CDC has going on.
I'll try this one out on of these days. Crypto Royale, and I've earned a good amount of ROY from playing. I also have moons from shit posting here lol. I look forward to playing Duelist King so I can earn some DK tokens and NFTs.
You can earn a very good amount of crypto for free through staking. You can also earn reasonably from playing games. I've earned a good amount of ROY from playing crypto royale. I've also earned reasonable amount of SWASH by making use of the Swash browser. I look forward to playing Duelist King game too because gamers would be rewarded NFTs, DKT and stable coins.
ROY - Crypto Royale on the Harmony Network. A lot of potential for a browser based crypto game that has no initial buy-in. Really they need to just get their extra game modes out, and probably get some banner adds/bigger investors and it could take off. It did pump 20x during Christmas but back down at the moment. Harmony is great for low-fees and its focus on crypto gaming, but it has had way too many network issues.
Can someone please tell my ROY that crypto gaming is booming? The days of 0.18 seem like a distant memory / dream at this point... hell, would be nice to wake up to 0.08. All this while the game itself does seem to be booming. Tons of players, fun new extensions with skin wars etc.
ROY - think Addictinggames.com of crypto - currently they only have one game released but have 3 or 4 more in development. Games are played in harmony so fees are basically non existent, they have a really solid players base (now have more holders than Jewel) and is sitting at a $2m mcap. Not sure how much it can go up but when you have projects without a working prototype fetching a few $100m mcap it seems like a no brainer that ROY can get at least a littl e of that price action with such a well polished game.
Most of the "play to earn" games cost a *lot* of money to get started. You want *free* crypto, as in no investment necessary, there's only a couple options and they're not so much on the "significant" side. Bling Financial games on your phone will send bitcoin to your coinbase account - there are ads and it's not much, but it's free and consistent. There are like 5 different games where your points all go into one pool. Crypto Treasures, also a mobile game, and the associated "mining" app will give you FONE (a sol token, used to be Phoneum, a tron token) and a bunch of shitty TRC tokens like WIN and BTT. It's slow but legit, FONE isn't worth much but who knows in the future, they have an nft card game too. Also has ads, also not much - but it's free. Coinbase Earn will give you the most bang for your zero bucks but I don't even know if you can get an account at your age. The best recommendation I can make is Crypto Royale - formerly Nano Royale, a simple PvP game that gives you ROY tokens for playing, you can also essentially bet ROY and either lose it or win larger amounts. ROY is on the Harmony (ONE) network which is pretty dope, plenty of people have managed to build fat portfolios by playing royale, converting to ONE and engaging with the rapidly growing defi ecosystem on Harmony. Watch out for rug pulls, making a token is practically free on Harmony so it doesn't take much for a scammer to make some fake shit and a bunch of promises and rugging the token the next day. They can do it every week for pure profit and they do. If you go this far, try and stick to projects that have been given a grant by the Harmony team themselves, as devs have to dox themselves to the team in order to even apply for a grant. These are the closest things you're gonna find to a free lunch, takes money to make money in this world. Good luck young padawan.
Staking my coins, making use of the Swash browser to earn SWASH tokens, and also playing games like Crypto Royale to earn ROY tokens. Duelist King is another game I look forward to. I'll be playing this one to grow my DKT bag.
Don't really consider moons a bag unless I have enough to feel good cashing out if it hits a dollar eventually But yeah can't say no to free money. Moons & ROY from Crypto Royale, pretty easy plays to accumulate when the market isn't doing much.
I played that earn2play game crypto royale some time ago until I had 1900 ROY. Its auto staked if you keep it there. I just looked and it’s at 2210 ROY now lmao. Its a 6 cents at the moment. Love me some free money. To bad pay rewards are so low compared to back then
Love ONE! I have a fat bag for trading, another fat bag staked, and a decent bag of ROY from playing Crypto Royale a little bit. Moving ONE around between staking/exchanges/wallets proved to me how nice it is to work with it. Also I just like the name Harmony.
Surprised nobody mentioned it yet, but im having fun playing crypto royale. Ive played probably for a month or so now and have a decent chunk of ROY. Its only worth like 70bucks total right now but i havent put in a cent, and ive watched the player base steadily grow. Granted, its not going to get me rich, and its not the most complicated game. But the tourneys are fun, and im hopeful that itll keep growing with all the content they keep adding.
That's one way to see it, pal. However, I see it differently. I mostly bet on the base token. For instance, I'll bet on Harmony ONE token, not ROY. Because there will always be the demand of ONE. The [Legends of Elumia](https://elumia.io/) is one game I think will come to Solana. There are countless other games. Makes me bullish on SOL. That's how I see it.
Crypto Royale is adding in-game use cases for their ROY token such as skins and more yet to come. If they manage to attract players to spend their ROY back into the game and have a controled burn/supply ratio they could create a healthy ecosystem.
Yeah, I bolded a few words in the post and it makes it seem a bit shilly, but I just did it to promote readability. FWIW I don't like any of the projects I listed, except for ROY which I'm pessimistic about for reasons (look into my post history, wrote about it in another thread) and DeFi Kingdoms which I feel is okay but am also not a huge fan of.
I can see it working to a game's advantage, IF it is incorporated in an interesting way. I read a while ago that Crypto Royale's basic idea was that the currency (ROY) serve as a sort of arcade coins, where you can go to different machines (games) and put a coin in and possible receive a reward or win ROY from other players. Basically like an arcade just with a crypto currency. Not sure if that's still what they are going for but I liked that. It's just when the currency doesn't add anything besides "you get paid out in crypto which is MONEY" that I think nothing of value is added, ironically, even if you do get crypto in return.
A few months back I was seriously considering purchasing 200,000 ROY at $0.01 because of the high APY and massive potential I saw in the game. I didn’t because my preferred exchange didn’t sell ONE. That‘s a decision that keeps me up at night…
> IIRC the original vision was for ROY to be SPENT for playing crypto royale creating a kind of arcade-like style games where you put in ROY with upsides to earn if you win but the community cried out every time the regular tournaments didn't give a payout to everyone. Low and High Stakes games are a way to spend ROY, and possibly earn more if you're good at the game :D Buying skins as you've mentioned is also a way to do it actually, with some upsides (work is in progress to restore this). Whether you buy them in the store (directly finances the game) or through the marketplace (also finances the game through a small "tax" on the sale). The rewards, for the "faucet" side of the game (ranked) are bound to decrease gradually, there's a fund in ROY allocated to be distributed this way and it's supposed to last 3 years. Enough time to make the game(s) sustainable. So the more people join, the less rewards will be for this "free money" side. But considering the other gaming/betting projects around ROY I think it the project/community has some potential, price hopefully will follow... making the rewards still worthwhile. It already 10x'd since last year...and it's still under 10 cents for a 170m circulating supply ;)