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Today, we are very excited to introduce you to CyberTrade. Please join us as we learn about the game and its upcoming private sale and IGO on the Seedify Launchpad on January 24th and 25th, respectively.
The year is 2101, and the city of Metropolit is being controlled by large corporations following the technological revolution. These corporations are in control of many industries and are largely able to operate above the law. This environment has left many on the streets, having no family, no connections and no job, with fighting as the only available means of survival. The street culture in parts of the city has evolved into strength-based anarchy as syndicates battle it out in the streets of Metropolit.
Welcome to CyberTrade!
CyberTrade is an immersive open-world MMORPG game, offering a next-generation AAA sandbox metaverse experience, where players can race, fight, explore, own land and businesses, and build an empire to dominate Metropolit. Developed by Qorpo Games, CyberTrade is powered by blockchain technology, giving gamers full ownership of their in-game assets along with opportunities to earn rewards by participating in the game’s lucrative play-to-earn economy.
CyberTrade will feature three different game-play modes that players can participate in; Illegal Drag Racing, Street Fighting and Open World.
In Race mode, players will be able to compete in illegal drag races in the streets of Metropolit.
At least one driver (Fighter or Boss) and one car is required to participate. Gamers can own as many cars as they want and build a fleet of vehicles to dominate the streets. Players will be able to complete daily and weekly tasks to earn token rewards and EXP.
Gamers will need to choose their driver and car, and set an acceleration bonus before the race starts. Each race will last exactly one minute, and players will need to skillfully shift through gears to maximize their car’s attributes. Gamers also have the option to purchase a nitrous boost, which can be utilized once per race. At the end of one minute, the car that’s furthest ahead is declared the winner.
Race cars are NFTs and come in four rarity levels, Common, Super, Epic and Legendary (in ascending order), with 4 different vehicle categories available for each rarity tier; Car, Truck, Motorcycle and Hovercraft.
Vehicles possess four attributes, which are randomly assigned at minting. These attributes are Speed, Acceleration, Handling and Traction. Each vehicle category has a dominant attribute.
All vehicle NFTs start at Level 1 and are upgradable to Level 10. Players can level up their vehicles by utilizing EXP earned through competition and paying a fee using $CCASH, the in-game token.
Race Game Modes
Players will be able to engage in 1V1, 1V7 or tournament race battles.
In 1V1 mode, players will have the option of entering a race via a player invite or a random auto-match, which is based on the level of their NFT.
1V7 and Tournament modes will require all the car slots to be filled before a race can begin.
A minimum level of one energy or racing fuel is required to participate in a race and a player’s fuel or energy will accumulate at a rate based on the number of cars they own.
In Street Fighting mode, players will be able to engage in street battles with other players to earn rewards.
To get started, a participant will need to acquire a team of at least three Fighters or Bosses.
To engage in battle, two players will need to select a team of three Fighters or Bosses from their arsenal to face off against each other in exciting turn-based gameplay. Players will need to strategize to effectively utilize their Fighters’ energy, weapons and attributes. The objective of the battle is to be the first to reduce your opponent’s HP to zero, or have the highest HP level after 10 rounds, to win.
Fighters come in five different classes, Assassin, Defender, Medic, Warrior and Tank. Each fighter also features four different attributes, Attack, Defense, Speed and Health, which are based on a Fighter’s class, equipped items and, of course, a bit of luck.
Fighters have four item slots, allowing players to equip their characters with various additional NFT items, such as weapons, medkits, shields, etc., to increase attributes or add actions. Players will be able to add a fifth slot to their Fighters by attending Syndicate Training Camp and joining a Syndicate. This adds a syndicate weapon slot. Syndicate weapons are more powerful and effective than regular weapons.
Fighters start at level 1 and are upgradable to level 10, using EXP earned through game-play, along with $CCASH. Level 10 fighters can be upgraded to a Boss. As Fighters are leveled up, the rewards they earn in gameplay also increase.
Players will be able to buy a Boss rather than battling and levelling up a Fighter to a Boss. Bosses are the most expensive NFTs in the game, and a purchased one is more valuable and capable than a Boss leveled-up from a Fighter.
There are 9 Bosses available to choose from, each belonging to one of three syndicates, Korpo, Hackhunters or Midnight. Each syndicate has three purchasable Bosses, each with a unique back story and specific rarity level, along with unique attributes and skills. The different rarity levels are Super, Epic and Legendary, from low to high. The rarer the Boss, the more valuable it is in gameplay.
When purchased, Bosses are randomly assigned a Genetic Element, a Genetic Skill (martial art) and a Syndicate Weapon. Genetic Skills include Karate, Taekwondo, Muay Thai, MMA and Wrestling, while Genetic Elements include Fire, Water, Earth, Wind and Thunder. For Fighters, Elements need to be purchased.
Bosses have 10 item slots, compared to a Fighter’s 4, and can also be used to battle in a special Boss League. Like fighters, Bosses can be upgraded from level 1 through to level 10, using earned EXP and $CCASH, to increase earnings and asset value.
Players will be able to share their affiliate link and earn rewards based on their Boss’ rarity tier, from purchases made by new players that joined using that link.
Gamers who purchase a Boss also passively earn Syndicate rewards from each Fighter and Boss (below their Boss’ level) that is purchased from that syndicate.
Items are additional NFT cards that players can use to add to the power and effectiveness of characters, either increasing attributes or equipping weapons. Items are classified as passive or active and are available in different rarities and levels.
Active items include; syndicate weapons, regular weapons, genetic skills and elements, such as grenades, assault rifles, sniper rifles, etc. Passive items include; medkits, extra lives, carbon shields, etc.
An Item’s level must match the level of the Fighter or Boss that a player wants to use it with. Weapons can be leveled up to increase their power, effectiveness and value.
CyberTrade’s Open World will allow players to fully experience its immersive metaverse. Participants will be able to explore Metropolit with friends, drive vehicles, embark on PVP and PVE quests and own land, buildings and businesses, to earn rewards and participate in the game’s economy.
The object of Open World mode is to become as wealthy as possible by owning land, building skyscrapers and factories, etc. working towards gaining supremacy over Metropolit.
To begin playing, participants will need to purchase or create an NFT Avatar that will represent them in the game as a citizen. The game will include a Citizen Ranking system, rating players from 1 to 10. A higher citizen rank will allow players to access more content, opportunities and rewards in the game, such as rare and unique NFTs and higher governance voting priority.
Gamers will be able to level up by earning EXP and using currency earned through their participation in the game to purchase weapons, vehicles, clothes and other assets.
Participation will consume energy. Players will be able to acquire better, higher-quality NFT items to extend their gameplay time.
Districts and Quests
Gamers will be able to play through the city’s 10 leveling districts, beginning in the Outerlands and ending in Downtown Metropolit, where they can socialize, network with other players and engage in trade. Each district is a different level and includes different zones, with various challenges, game-play features and rewards. Gamers will be able to engage in special NFT airdrop hunts, looting, killing, minigames, NPC battles and other PVE and PVP quests. Different districts will require different skills and strategies, while getting killed in certain districts will result in players losing all the rewards they earned in the level up to that point.
Owning Properties and Business
Players will be able to own NFT lands in Metropolit, build buildings, rent them out or establish businesses. More expensive parts of the city will include structures that need to be purchased separately from the land. Land and building purchase and sales transactions will be the primary driver of CyberTrade’s metaverse economy.
Gamers will be able to rent their properties to other players or run businesses that provide services to others in the game. Businesses will range from race tracks, fighting rings and casinos to marketplaces and factories, to produce weapons or other items. Participants will pay a tax for utilizing these services or for spending time on other players’ land, with the owners setting the fee.
Other In-Game Events
Players will also be able to participate in real-time PVP and PVE events to win rewards or join artifact hunts, to find and claim rare game assets or unique branded NFTs from collaborations with other companies and brands.
Gamers will be able to participate in The Purge, a weekly 12 hour PVP event on each server, where gamers will fight each other to the death. If killed, participants will lose the tokens they locked in to participate in the event.
Once a player reaches the maximum level in the game, having built a successful empire and network, they will be able to apply to be mayor of Metropolit. As the city’s government, the mayor will be able to control taxes, fees and set other limitations in the game world. Players can also choose the opposite path and build a crew to destroy anyone who tries to get in their way, becoming the Villain of Metropolit.
NFTs and Marketplace
All in-game assets in CyberTrade are NFTs. Players will have full ownership of these items and will be able to buy, sell or trade them in the game’s marketplace.
The CyberTrade metaverse economy will be powered by CyberCash ($CCASH).
$CCASH will be used for all in-game transactions, including leveling-up NFT assets, in-game marketplace sales and purchases, taxes and rent. As a rewards token, $CCASH will be earned by players for their participation in the game, completing quests, winning tournaments, selling assets and staking. $CCASH features deflationary mechanisms.
$CCASH will also function as CyberTrade’s governance token, allowing holders to vote on essential aspects of the game’s future development.
Let’s take a look at the CyberTrade private sale and IGO details and how SFUND token holders can buy $CCASH tokens on the Seedify Launchpad before they’re listed on the public market.
- Name: $CCASH
- Token Type: BSC
- Total supply: 1 000 000 000
- Initial Mcap: $720 000
- Listing price: $0.08
- Private Round Date: January 24
- Allocation: $200K (including 5% success fee)
- Private Round Price: $0.05 BUSD
- Private IGO Round Vesting: 5% at TGE, then 5% every 3 months
- IGO Date: January 25
- Allocation: $300k (including 5% success fee)
- IGO Price: $0.07 BUSD
- Vesting: 10% at TGE, then 10% each month
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