P2E Axes Project Announces Partnership with Binance and Launches Marketplace
Axes Metaverse is a blockchain metaverse and play-to-earn (P2E) project based on the hit mobile game Axes.io. The project is under development and, as reported by international mobile game developer and publisher Azur Games, $2 million has been invested in. The game is a top-down battle royale with the ability to buy, upgrade, and sell non-fungible token (NFT) characters.
“Even at the beginning of the development of Axes Metaverse, we were planning to partner with one of the biggest blockchain platforms: Binance. The guys also liked our project, so everything went well. We have already deposited 2 000 chests with NFT characters and now let’s discuss the possibility of listing our token,” said a representative from Azur Games.
Binance NFT recently held a Chest Sale containing exclusive characters designed especially for Binance. Within seconds, all 1,950 chests sold out, fetching almost $200,000.
The company announced the launch of its marketplace. On the first day, users made over 600 trades with a total trading volume of 80,000 Binance USD (BUSD). The average cost of a chest has reached 550 BUSD.
The project contained three Game Asset Offerings (GAOs), selling 12,000 chests containing random NFT characters of a certain race from the game world. Each chest cost 250, 350, and 425 BUSD in the first, second, and third GAO, respectively.
In 2021, Azur ranked among the top three game developers in the world by number of installs. This number has crossed the 2 billion mark. The company is known for its hit games such as Worms Zone, Stack Ball, Bottle Jump and others.
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