“The best place to launch Fantasy Gaming Sports is India”, says the co-founder of Battle Infinity, Suresh Joshi. And he has valid reasons for this. India is home to some of the top software programmers in the world, the highly successful Layer 2 Polygon project, and a cricket-crazed population.
Since,5 days of the launch of Battle Infinity (IBAT) coin, on the metaverse-focused Play-to-Earn gaming platform, IBAT has collected 250K USD. Founded by a core Indian team in India itself, IBAT coin is estimated to give 100x returns by the time of its presale opening.
The creators of Battle Infinity have started a presale for the platform's IBAT token while the project is still in its early stages. The digital asset is anticipated to serve as Battle Infinity's foundation, driving the platform's essential features and providing holders with a way to profit. The presale price of the token is $0.0015. The presale includes a minimum purchase requirement of 0.1 BNB and a maximum purchasing limit of 500 BNB. Starting 11th July, the presale will end after 30 days.
So, what’s making the investors pounce on IBAT like there is no tomorrow?
• First, the token has a limited supply of only 10 billion coins out of which only 28% is obtainable in presale. With six varied products the demand is at high surge.
• Moreover, Suresh Joshi claims that the base of Battle Infinity is secured by CoinSniper’s stringent KYC tests and assures no rug-pulls. Suresh further says that Battle Infinity is created by a group of talented Indian developers who aspires to succeed Polygon. The layer-two scaling solution Polygon, based on Ethereum, too was also developed in India, and that its MATIC token is today one of the most valuable in the world.
• Blockchain gaming platforms, with their in-game NFTs (non-fungible tokens that represent player characters, avatars, weapons, etc.), according to DappRadar , have "not been hit as significantly" and will continue to function well through June 2022.
• Battle Infinity is more dependable and secure platform than Axie, which is prone to hacking and technological issues.
With a player staking mechanism and a database of data on revenues and actions, the game also aims to provide full transparency to online gaming. Increased openness ought to foster trust, which is a crucial requirement for the majority of modern players.
The co-founder Suresh Joshi, of Battle Infinity have declared that by the third stage of the game's development, they intend to create a metaverse. Players will have additional options to explore, play games, and earn money by doing specified tasks thanks to the seamless integration with Metaverse.
Platforms like Decentraland and The Sandbox are at the forefront of the crypto market's adoption of the metaverse. Battle Infinity has all the potential to lead the market gradually.