Ertha to launch IDO on top gaming launchpads Seedify, GameFi and Red Kite – Cointelegraph

Looking to expand play-to-earn gaming and the Metaverse into depths that have rarely been explored, Ertha is preparing to launch its initial decentralized exchange offering on three different gaming launchpads between Dec. 19 and 21.

The Ertha metaverse, built on Binance Smart Chain, is a Heroes Of Might And Magic-type game that is inspired by our real-life economic and social experience to explore and investigate the virtual world while combining familiar elements from games such as Second Life. Users can choose different life goals, specializations, jobs and even countries, as well as buy land using nonfungible tokens, or NFTs.

Ertha’s globe has 350,000 hex land plots that are represented as NFTs. After buying a hex land plot, players will receive revenue for every transaction. As a landowner for life, players are free to choose where to live, study or work, and will earn Ertha’s native token, ERTHA.

The game is designed to replicate a real-life environment, simulating people’s actions to earn a living. Users can explore this metaverse, learn real-world skills and play to earn. 

The ERTHA token will play an essential role in the Erthaverse. As a game of economic and political intrigue, the ERTHA token has various use cases for players. ERTHA tokens can be used to influence in-game politics, purchase land, make governance decisions, develop real estate and much more.

The Ertha team is excited to have secured spots on the top launchpads in the blockchain gaming market, so make sure to mark your calendars for the following dates: 

Seedify: Dec. 19

A highly respected incubator and launchpad for blockchain games and gamers, Seedify provides an avenue for its community to get early access to the tokens of upcoming projects before they are listed on exchanges.

GameFi: Dec. 20

An all-encompassing hub for game finance, the platform services blockchain gamers, investors and traders and has a launchpad that’s exclusively for launching new games.

Red Kite: Dec. 21

A cutting-edge launchpad and decentralized finance platform powered by PolkaFoundry, Red Kite is focused on providing a unique, frictionless token sale process. 

Linas Kiguolis, CEO and founder of Ertha, said: “We’re proud to be at the forefront of blockchain gaming, and it’s a pleasure to be launching on these top launchpads. Check our gameplay trailer — I think it demonstrates the scale of what we have made.”

To read more about Ertha, you can visit: 

Website | Marketplace | Discord | Telegram


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