The developer of games for mobile devices, Animoca Brands, reported this February 25, the launch of the MotoGP Ignition game, as well as that of a non-fungible token (NFT), for next March 26. Both are based on the decentralized Flow blockchain, developed by the company Dapper Labs.
Motorcycle fans will be able to save and exchange collectibles of existing motorcycles in MotoGP competition, as well as their favorite personalities on the blockchain, according to a company statement.
Users will also be able to enjoy two “experiences,” the document says. One of them focused on limited edition non-fungible tokens, which can be bought and sold on an unspecified platform, some will even be valued for their “rarity”.
The second option will be based on the Ability that users may have in “game racing management”, in which “MotoGP bikes, riders and champions will be offered as NFT collectibles” and with these they will form teams to compete with other players.
Enthusiasts of this type of collections may acquire them in the first instance through credit cards or with the REVV token, designed to be the currency of purchase, utility and action, from F1 Delta Time , another Animoca Brands game.
REVV is an ERC-20 token of Ethereum which, according to CoinMarketCap, has a market capitalization that exceeds USD 38 million and a unit value of USD 0.13.
The president of Animoca Brands, Yat Siu, assured that in the company are “excited” about the launch of MotoGP Ignition and believe they will become “the next great sports brand on the Flow blockchain, after the success of the NBA Top Sho t ».
For his part, Roham Gharegozlou, CEO and founder of Dapper Labs stated that “Flow is the perfect platform for developers like Animoca Brands to build because it provides the opportunity to climb. ”
The Flow blockchain developed by Dapper Labs, is decentralized and designed as the basis for a new generation of entertainment applications, games and the digital assets that drive them, according to its website.
Other games on the Flow blockchain
Interest in video games and blockchains has been growing among fans of this type of entertainment. In this sense, Dapper Labs achieved one of the greatest successes, a few years ago with CryptoKitties, a game where you can collect “digital cats” that, depending on their rarity, generation, attributes or any other valuable detail, will make the cat have more or less value, as reported by CriptoNoticias.
Likewise, this medium also reported that the same company in 2020, tested in Flow with the NBA Top Shot game, with the aim of filling a Product niche, combining sports games with non-fungible tokens.
Recently, it was announced that the bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange OKEx enabled swaps for FLOW, the native token of the eponymous blockchain.