- Bird World NFTs will be available at the NFT marketplace of Binance today.
- Each mystery box that contains the NFTs will be sold for 500 BUSD a piece.
- The NFTs will be used for its upcoming GameFi and metaverse game.
Bird World, the first NFT bird game based on the BNB Chain network blockchain, announced via Twitter the launch of its NFT collection today on Binance NFT marketplace at around 5:00 am UTC.
The problem of most “play-to-earn” games on the market today is that they focus on the revenue side rather than the overall gameplay, matches aren’t always fair, the user’s product life is short, and players don’t have a say about the game or the economy.
Bird World aims to solve the current blockchain status by using a unique algorithm to accord its players the same game level to provide fair matches. In addition, the team will implement a DAO system that will provide its users a voting power towards the game development and improvement.
The NFT bird game allows its players to purchase, collect, play, and breed diversity of bird NFTs. In addition, players will enter into a world of bird battle stories and mesmerizing adventure games, while earning in-game tokens.
The game has a dual token model: the native token LAB is for purchasing NFT characters and exchanges, and LAN is the in-game token used for power-ups and LABswap earned through rewards.
Bird World NFTs will be open for public sale on the NFT marketplace of Binance today. A total of 3,000 out of 12,000 limited edition Mystery Box collections will be up for sale at 500 BUSD each. Mystery Boxes will be opened 20 days after purchase, which will generate random Bird World NFT cards for its GameFi.
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