Splinterlands’ Validator Node License Presale Sold Out In 11 Minutes

Splinterlands gaming crypto project has started selling validator nodes. At the moment, over 2,270 licenses have been sold.

Buyers will be able to receive a part of the reward from a general pool once a month. Its volume is 3.75 million $SPS. Still, a tenth of the tokens will be transferred to a hundred leading node operators participating in Delegated Proof-of-Stake.

The node program will allow earning $SPS tokens

According to the project’s representatives, 2,000 nodes were bought in 11 minutes. After 3 hours, 2,271 nodes were bought. In total, the sale of more than 60K nodes was announced.

During the sale of nodes, the DAO treasury received over 3.6 million $SPS. This is about 4 million in dollar terms. At the same time, 80% of $SPS and 100% of $VOUCHER tokens were withdrawn from circulation and burned, and the rest (20%) of $SPS went to the Foundation to encourage node owners.

Decentralized validators will start their work in Q3-Q4 of this year when a corresponding software will be launched in the game project’s blockchain. This will move Splinterlands to a completely decentralized track.

About Splinterlands

Splinterlands is a collectible card game that challenges you to gather squads to fight other players. For gamers, it looks more like Hearthstone Battlegrounds because one of the main mechanics is the automatic conduct of a battle by artificial intelligence, based on the principle of randomness.

Thanks to the blockchain, players can use not just cards but full-fledged NFTs, which favorably distinguishes Splinterlands from Hearthstone, where there is no marketplace.

The game mechanics are similar to Hearthstone: there are about 300 cards divided into factions, and each card has its own characteristics. Cards can not only be bought and sold but also rented.

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