Monsoon Digital has announced that it is publishing a Zombicide NFT. Based on the beloved horror board game produced by CMON Entertainment, these digital his tokens are not part of the special digital-only version of the board game and do not come with any other perks. They are simply a collection of digital collectible cards, bringing a completely random element to a fundamentally untenable digital ecosystem.
How do Zombicide NFTs work?
The Zombicide NFT announcement came from Monsoon Digital official. twitter accountThe tweet links to Monsoon’s marketplace called Zombicide Digital Collectible Cards, which showcases a variety of Zombicide artwork on digital cards of varying rarities. According to the site’s tutorial page, how these cards work is similar to buying packs of digital cards in online games such as: hearthstone Also Magic the Gathering: ArenaAt the time of writing there are 3 different packs available. Regular packs are $10, premium packs are $50, and collector packs are $400. The odds for these various packs are not published. You should buy blindly to see what you get. Additionally, there is a market where you can buy and sell these cards among other users. As for why you trade these cards, the platform has a built-in achievement system that is activated in your profile each time you complete a specific set.
that’s all.of zombie side NFTs are created on the Flow blockchain. This indicates a low annual energy usage and using a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism. But despite these attractions to green business practices, the very basic system of NFTs and the entire cryptocurrency system is still riddled with scammers and rampant fraud. Not only have multiple video game developers such as Bungie and Mojang spoken out about the harm NFTs pose to both the environment and game design, Magic: The Gathering Publisher Wizards of the Coast has had to contend with its own NFT scammers trying to do the same with their IP.
Finally, it should be mentioned that, whatever Monsoon Digital’s intentions are, minting a Zombicide NFT is not a sound idea right now. According to a recent survey by Forbes, about 70% of developers have no interest in his NFTs or cryptocurrencies. Additionally, various developers and technology companies are moving away from NFTs due to the growing stigma surrounding their creation and use.