The Calvaria Play-to-Earn Presale is approaching $3 million with only $200k left to raise

Calvaria, the highly anticipated P2E battle card game, only has $200,000 left to raise before the presale ends.

Calvaria has raised $2.87 million so far in this final phase of the presale. The RIA token is priced at $0.0325.

The presale ends when the final milestone of $3,075,000 is reached or by January 31st, whichever comes first.

But as the final goal approaches, FOMO accelerates the pace of fundraising, meaning pre-sales are likely to end before the end of the month.

Early pre-sale investors can make big profits

Early bird investors who bought RIA tokens in the first phase of the pre-sale at a price of $0.0100 are sitting on a paper profit of 225%.

Still, those who buy in this final phase are likely to be rewarded with fantastic returns as the adoption of pay-to-earn games and the battle card format grows.

Recently, a whale bought RIA worth $97,000, a sign that demand for this token could see the price increase 10x or more after trading starts.

Duels of Eternity Alpha will be released in Q2 2023.

Trading with the RIA coin begins with an exclusive initial exchange offer on the central exchange BKex.

If the coin is listed on BKex, the 18th largest centralized exchange with a 24-hour trading volume of more than $600 million according to CoinMarketCap, it will likely trade at a premium to the current price of $0.0325 traded.

The debut on BKex will be followed 24 hours later by RIA’s listing on Hong Kong’s LBank Stock Exchange.

Calvaria is backed by Kucoin Wallet, which has led to speculation that an IPO on Kucoin, the world’s fourth largest exchange, may be in the works.

Calvaria has free-to-play and play-to-earn options

P2E crypto gaming is a thriving sector of the industry, and Calvaria brings the format to fantasy battle maps with some notable value-adding innovations.

The project integrates P2E mechanics and NFTs into its battle card gameplay, but in a smart move, Calvaria offers a free-to-play option for those who want to try the game.

Compared to competitors like Splinterlands and Gods Unchained, Calvaria’s Duels of Eternity features 3D characters as part of its commitment to AAA game design standards.

Another feature that sets Calvaria apart from the usual play-to-earn games is that players don’t need to plug in a crypto wallet to get started.

The team made a wise decision in this regard as it makes the game even more attractive to players who are new to cryptocurrencies.

Calvaria also offers online player vs. plays fashion, stakes and its own NFT marketplace. There will also be monthly tournaments.

You can watch a YouTube video preview of Duels of Eternity here.

Calvaria’s DAO will focus on the community of players and token holders

Adding to Duels of Eternity’s appeal to casual gamers is the team’s focus on releasing the game on mobile devices, making it even more accessible to casual gamers.

Other in-game features that appeal to both investors and players include the DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization), a marketplace for in-game assets, and a grant program.

A DAO allows the Calvaria community of players and token holders to participate in the decisions that drive the development of the game and the platform.

Calvaria is a multichain project, but has chosen to have game transactions processed via the popular Polygon Layer 2 protocol, which acts as a sidechain to the Ethereum network.

This eliminates the need to worry about slow and expensive on-chain activities, guaranteeing smooth and cost-effective gameplay.

Calvaria supporters include Polygon Studios, WindVane, Chainplay and NFTb.

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