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The crypto industry is full of adventure and unique offerings. The credit goes to its decentralized and generic architecture that lets anyone create (literally) any use case on top of this technology. This article would particularly be fascinating for the people born in the 90s as Pokemon used to be a pretty hot topic at their time.
So now that Pokemon has landed in the crypto world, it is important and rather interesting to realize how everything started in this microniche. Basically, when CryptoKitties was rolled out, it clogged the Ethereum network due to its skyrocketing usage and that’s when everyone realized that the business of “collectibles” is huge and is evenly appreciated by the market as well.
As a result of this realization and in an attempt to engage Pokemon lovers, we now have an Ethereum-based game called Etheremon, which is quite similar to CryptoKitties, and here is what you can do with it:
It is pretty obvious that although the game is quite similar to CryptoKitties, it is more engaging as the players do not just have to collect the assets. In fact, the experience is more engaging (with training the characters, breeding, and exchanging them) and the aim is to have all characters and become the Pokemaster.
Apart from this, the game also provides random encounters where you can collect Mons (i.e. Pokemon characters) with Pokeballs. To buy Pokeballs, you need to make a purchase at an in-game store for a minimum of 0.005 ETH. However, these low-priced Pokeballs do not guarantee that you would be able to capture Mons, so if you need that guarantee, it is best to go for 0.15ETH Pokeball.
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