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Move over Boring NFTs, Mooning Monkey is coming through!

Cryptocurrency Dec 08, 2021 09:00AM ET
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Move over Boring NFTs, Mooning Monkey is coming through!

  • NFTs are one of the most popular assets in the crypto space.
  • According to DappRadar, $2.47B worth of NFTs were sold in the first half of 2021.
  • Mooning Monkey remains to be one of the most popular NFT-based projects.

NFTs remain to be one of the most popular assets within the cryptocurrency world and continue to enjoy tremendous exposure during 2021. Data from DappRadar reveals $2.47 billion dollar’s worth of NFTs were sold during the first half of 2021. OpenSea, the largest NFT and crypto collectible marketplace, raked in more than $3 billion in trade volume in August alone.

These impressive sums come with the help of popular projects like Bored Ape Yacht Club, (BAYC) a collection of ape NFTs owned by celebrities like Stephen Curry, Post Malone, and Jimmy Fallon. One of the most successful NFTs so far, BAYC launched in April and had a 49 Ether floor price as of late November. One of the reasons why BAYC continues to remain popular (besides celebrities owning the digital asset) is that the project offers outside utility, like access to a play-to-earn game or staking, a common theme among popular NFT projects.

Mooning Monkey remains one of the most lucrative NFT-based projects when it comes to utility. Users can potentially win millions in a redesigned version of the famous Crash game. Each NFT holder becomes a shareholder of the game profits as 50% are redistributed to its NFT collectors. The exciting multiplayer game represented another unique milestone in the gamification of the cryptocurrency industry.

A Redesigned Crash Game Provides Gamers Endless Opportunities To Win

Gamers participate by wagering before the spot starts and watch as the increasing curve moves up. However, the curve can collapse at any time.

Gamers who manage to cash out before the crash win based on the multiplier, meaning players can reap immense returns with only a few clicks. Crash games remain extremely popular due to their unpredictability and ease of access for both experienced and novice gamers alike. 50% of all total game profits will also be shared with Mooning Monkey NFT holders each Monday.

In addition to the crash game, Mooning Monkey community members can hold exclusive NFTs and earn passive income along the way. Users can own unique sci-comic book pages (or the entire book) in NFT format and earn special privileges by owning either a full book or becoming one of the first 10 gamers to own 14 pages of any comic book chapter.

Other Unique Opportunities To Earn On Mooning Monkeys

Gamers can also own Mooning Monkey NFTs and evolve their monkeys across various tiers to earn different rewards and passive income at each stage. All monkey NFTs are built around 239 unique traits, feature beautiful artwork, and maintain utility in the real world.

A profit calculator on the Mooning Monkey website makes it simple for gamers to calculate the rewards generated at each level. The Mooning Monkey NFT minting is set for December 16th 7pm UTC, with the price of each monkey equivalent to $600 in SOL. Those ready to potentially win millions in the crash game can expect a Q1 2022 official launch with a V2 optimized version coming in Q2. However, December will bring a dummy game demo launch so interested gamers can see a preview of the platform.

The gamification of the cryptocurrency world continues to be a popular way to attract more users and simply some complex elements. Crash games like Mooning Monkey’s help build a strong community of like-minded gamers and are able to be proven as fair, as third party scripts can be used to verify the results and game hashes in many instances.

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