Battle for Life, a metaverse-based game that uses the “play-to-earn” mechanism to reward users for their in-game interaction, announced that the initial sale of non-fungible tokens (NFT) that represent avatars for the platform exceeded expectations and reached a sales record.
The sale of NFTs for the game began last Thursday, however, technical problems in the site and the e-maill SMTP server, generated congestion and instability in the game site, generating the discontent of some users. Soon after, the problem was resolved by the project’s technical team.
With the issue resolved and the first batch sold out, the team announced an additional round, beginning December 26, for the release of a second batch of in-game NFTs, worth $ 80 per unit.
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