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Four P2E Crypto Projects To Keep An Eye Out For, As Per Evan Luthra

Blockchain gaming has become a staple for many people, especially with the opportunity to earn while at it.

Four P2E Crypto Projects To Keep An Eye Out For, As Per Evan Luthra
Evan Luthra
Four P2E Crypto Projects To Keep An Eye Out For, As Per Evan Luthra
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2021-10-28T18:04:03+05:30

The online gaming industry is in the middle of a revolution as new technologies open up better game methods. According to Evan Luthra, blockchain-based gaming has come a long way. With the growing popularity of play-to-earn (P2E) games, the industry is about to experience even greater growth.

Blockchain gaming has become a staple for many people, especially with the opportunity to earn while at it. Dating back to the days of NFTs for P2Es, the industry has grown into a space where you can make money playing games. Evan Luthra explains that with play-to-earn games allowing players to bulk up their wallets, the industry is about to experience a surge. It has become such a dependable income source that many people use P2Es to supplement their income. Looking at these trends, Luthra is optimistic about play-to-earn crypto projects, especially the following:

NakaMoto Games
NakaMoto Games offer incredible earning opportunities for players. Evan Luthra describes it as the fastest-growing P2E gaming ecosystem. There are endless blockchain-based games to choose from, and all that players need is a cryptocurrency wallet to gain access. NakaMoto’s game suite is also catered to developers to help them deploy their P2E projects.

SportFi
Much like NakaMoto Games, SportFi is reinventing blockchain-based gaming. Evan Luthra explains that SportFi combines NFT and DeFi to give players access to fun and the opportunity to earn while at it. The SportFi ecosystem features token integration to help players earn from a wide selection of online games.

H3RO3S
H3RO3S is more than just about gaming. The fun and interactive platform combine blockchain technology to enable people to complete tasks for others. Once the tasks are completed, you can earn tokens that you can convert into cash and rewards. Evan Luthra notes that the H3RO3S platform has especially won over the student community.

TryHards
TryHards takes you on an adventure, giving you an otherworldly experience taking place on Planet X, and through fighting opponents from various planets, you earn crystals to push yourself forward. The more precious crystals you earn, the higher you move up the leaderboard. This exposes you to more fights and challenges, and the more you win, the more you make.

“There is no stopping this revolution that is blockchain-based gaming,” says Evan Luthra. As hundreds of crypto projects step into the spotlight, Luthra is particularly optimistic about the P2E platforms listed above. Now, we must wait and see where the industry leads next.

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