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MIR4, a new blockchain-based multiplayer online role-playing game, has completed testing. According to a press release, the video game that features a utility cryptocurrency is now live.
MIR4 made its debut in South Korea last year for a first testing phase and successfully completed further testing earlier this month.
The game, launched this Thursday, allows players to collect utility coins known as DRACO. Then, the coins can be exchanged for Darksteel, an essential resource used in the game, and vice versa. Utility coins or tokens are a form of cryptocurrency that can be exchanged for a good or service.
It is also possible to exchange DRACO for non-fungible tokens (NFT), which users can see in the game. Those NFTS can traded on a NFT marketplace which is scheduled to be launched by the game developers next month.
According to the MIR4’s website, DRACO’s real value comes from its nominal value with a share dividends-based bonus. Meanwhile, the intrinsic value, is “guaranteed” via the value of resources derived from the game, the game’s publisher, Wemade Co, says.
DRACO is currently trading at around $6.25 and has surged more than 200% over the last 24-hours.
The game is released in 170 countries and in 12 languages and is accessible on different platforms and downloaded on a mobile phone or PC via popular platform Steam.
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Author: Peter Siu