- Clash of Coins aims to launch blockchain token in Q4, 2022.
- Next update teaser to save the date: April 22.
- Game introduced metaverse land plots and NFT minting functionalities.
Clash of Coins is gaining attention as the game added a series of updates. The game now looks like having a fairly complete P2E package and is ready to be tested by players.
Clash of Coins went live at the end of March, adding functionalities to buy the native CoC token with ETH and BNB. The game’s next big announcement is expected to arrive on April 22.
What is Clash of Coins
Clash of Coins is a crypto-themed defense game using a vast metaverse map. It is a tower defense battle game with playable Time Zones, or slots for active players.
Clans within the game are derived from the reputation of cryptocurrencies. At the top, winners come from the clan of Trust Wallet Token, Waves and Solana. The communities in the game reflect some of the strongest networks of coin supporters, who have moved in to adopt the game.
In this way, Clash of Coins capitalizes on an already established social media presence for some of the hottest projects in the world of cryptocurrencies.
Clash of Coins Still an Early Stage Game
Clash of Coins aims to be a grass-roots game, similar to the launch of Sunflower Land, tapping already enthusiastic communities instead of relying on aggressive promotion.
The game itself is still in a rather early stage, with a long list of bugs fixed. The project awards tokens within the game, but no official asset has been issued. Clash of Coins warns of solicitations to buy CoC tokens – those do not yet exist.
The game’s only existing assets are NFT characters and cards. Only a few have been minted since the launch of the NFT feature, containing warriors and playable cards. Clash of Coins is trying to ride the current trend for new games to gain players within a short time span, especially with a game-first approach. The token launch is scheduled for Q4, 2022.
Clash of Coins is not yet within the stage that would require scaling, and will initially use Ethereum for its NFT and token mints.