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Could This New Metaverse Crypto be the Key to Unlocking Your Wealth? Here’s How to Buy Early

Sam Cooling
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Despite the hype around AI and China, the GameFi narrative is yet to take off in 2023. Yet one unlikely project is poised to shake up the sector – RobotEra.

With one of the most exciting immersive SciFi titles ever launched in the GameFi sector, RobotEra is challenging the play-2-earn (P2E) status quo.

The philosophy behind the project aims to combat the rise in GameFi products that emphasize forced in-game transactional economics over genuinely enjoyable gameplay.

Indeed, for P2E to take off, it has to develop more user stickiness, and this involves something simple yet all too often overlooked – entertaining fun.

While titles such as Axie Infinity have begun to push the idea of P2E mainstream, they have failed to make major inroads on this very basis.

RobotEra’s mission is to change that, and herald in an entirely new era of P2E gaming.

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RobotEra delivers P2E to PVP

The game is set in a gritty cyberpunk universe which sees players design and build their own custom robots to explore and battle it out.

With a plethora of modes including robot racing, bot fighting and droid-based strategy games, RobotEra intends to create a thriving ecosystem with a growing community participating in a supercharged circuit of PVP battles and PVE challenges.

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Customization and individuality are at the heart of the player experience. And RobotEra delivers this by deploying a unique drag-and-drop character creation mechanism.

This creates endless possibilities for robot design, with imagination really forming the limit of the possible.

Players can assemble a towering red behemoth capable of crushing bots in battle or take time to craft an exclusive and stylish robot to flex on their friends.

Part of the ecosystem design focuses on encouraging players to show off their custom robots, and this will be further incentivized by competitions and design challenges. 

These will take place in designated community spaces designed to showcase uniqueness and foster a community soul.

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Of course, this is GameFi so the very best items and most advanced customization features require players to participate in the RobotEra NFT marketplace.

This adds a new dynamic inspired by the very lucrative market in CS:GO skins – which has a monster market cap of over a billion – built on an entire community posting millions in daily transactional volume.

With the ability to not only create unique bots, but also to create big profits through robot minting and selling, RobotEra hopes to develop a rich transactional experience for the user – not just take, take, take.

How TARO token powers RobotEra

This is where the network native TARO token comes in. 

The ERC-20 token forms the economic backbone of the ecosystem.

As the primary means for transactional settlement in the ecosystem, the token will be used to mint, buy, and sell robots as well as NFT items.

It will also be put up for grabs in high-stakes PVP battles and creative competitions.

With the high transactional scalability afforded by Ethereum 2.0, this token has the capacity to explode in trading volume.

TARO is currently in its first round of presale, trading for the steal price of just $0.020 USDT.

But as the promise of RobotEra beckons, things are moving fast with investors flocking to grab a stack before the presale moves to round two, which will see a 25% hike in TARO price.

The first round has already raised a whopping $932k with less than half of presale tokens remaining, so presale round 2 is expected to start in just a matter of days.

If you’re ready to capitalize on the future of online gaming, be sure to check out RobotEra today.

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