Players of the Avarice Saga game who have a digital wallet will be rewarded with tokens as winnings. The escape games, kidnAPPed and Break-in, and ARG or the Apocalypse are the other games that offer NFT prizes. This is the first time in the industry that such awards have been announced. The winning tokens and special edition tokens will be added to the polygon infrastructure in the near future.
How will this affect the players?
The rules state that if the playing team solves the game’s riddles, puzzles, and other tasks in less than an hour, all team members have a chance to win the Avarice NFT for free.
The concept of the NFT prize
According to an official report from Totemtime4Teams, the idea of NFT prizes arose from player requests. They claim to have reached this conclusion through collaboration with over 100 of the world’s leading technology corporations. Working with these bright people, they devised the novel idea of awarding NFTs as prizes.
Why is the Polygon launching?
The main reason for selecting Polygon is the affordability and scale that it provides. Furthermore, the polygon infrastructure is ideal for payers to easily redeem their NFT prizes. Polygon is the go-to Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development platform. Polygon provides developers with easy access to almost all scaling and infrastructure solutions, including sidechains, standalone and enterprise chains, hybrid solutions, L2 solutions (ZK Rollups and Optimistic Rollups), data availability solutions, and so on, through an ever-expanding suite of products. Polygon’s scaling solutions have seen widespread adoption, with over 3000 applications hosted, $5 billion in assets secured, 600 million transactions processed, and approximately 60 million unique user addresses.
Understanding Totem Time
Totem Time provides curated digital activities dubbed “The Avarice Saga,” which bring teams together on a scalable, no-guide team-building platform. Totem time has recently opened its doors to corporate clients in order to create tailored content for learning, onboarding, and other use cases.