Wish to rely yourself along with Litecoin founder Charlie Lee, Blockstream CEO Adam Back, Heisenberg Capital founder and CIO Max Keiser and Heisenberg CEO Stacy Herbert as equity investors at an impending blockchain-based movie game? Now’s your opportunity.
Yesterday, programmer Pixelmatic announced the launching of a financing effort for Infinite Fleet, an outer distance PC strategy game that’s now in development. The effort, which is now live on audience investment system BnkToTheFuture, will allow prospective investors in on a financing round that comprises the aforementioned crypto luminaries.
The capital drive, that is only available to investors outside the USA, had a goal of $250,000. It’s been successfully financed, with $250,513 led by 53 shareholders as of the writing. The campaign’s recorded to shut tomorrow.
Infinite Fleet is a ambitious hugely multi-player real time strategy game with anime-inspired artwork and storyline cinematics. In accordance with its pitch deck, the game enables you to control a “fleet of next-generation space ships to defeat a merciless alien threat.” Gameplay details are scant.
Exactly what the group makes apparent, however, is that the sport is infused with crypto assets. Its $INF token will be passed out by Pixelmatic for enjoying the sport and engaging in events, and it could be moved into and from the sport and utilized inside Infinite Fleet’s peer reviewed market. There’ll be a limited sum of the token made to guarantee scarcity.
$INF works on the Bitcoin blockchain through the Liquid Network, a secondary coating sidechain, allowing for quick micropayments.
Pixelmatch held a streaming YouTube AMA yesterday after the initiation of the effort, including Lee, Keiser, Herbert, BnkToTheFuture CEO Simon Dixon, along with Pixelmatic CEO (and Blockstream CSO) Samson Mow to answer inquiries regarding Infinite Fleet and discuss the reason they got involved in the job.
“A lot of people ask: Is Bitcoin applicable to gaming? Simon, we’ve had this conversation a couple of times and we’ve talked about gaming and Bitcoin, and there seems to be some ambivalence about it,” stated Keiser.
“But in my view, it just seems like a natural fit and it’s such a huge market—and it’s only going to grow bigger and bigger. So if they can get any piece of this market at all, it’s going to be a huge play in my opinion.”
In accordance with this project roadmap, Infinite Fleet is intended for launch in the first quarter of 2022.