2022.01.29 03:41 Pricepriceprice Pixel Babes is the next big NFT project! Only 2,222 supply. 20% of mint proceeds will be donated to a Breast Cancer Support Institution.
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2022.01.29 03:41 Green-Accountant7988 When I was little my friend did this
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2022.01.29 03:41 Upbeat_Asparagus_787 Need help
2022.01.29 03:41 Zercher_it Strange Vaxxer
So I just wanted to share an experience that my boyfriend and I had yesterday, out enjoying a bike ride.
We saw a guy crawling around the alley behind a doctor's office looking for used needles. He mentioned that he 'wasn't vaccinated enough' and needed extra dose for "super immunity"; otherwise, he'd die. A woman with him was in covered in foil, spouting nonsense about how Covid "is everywhere" and causes "electrical interfetterence" (I don't even think that's even a word). Meanwhile, the local crackhead behind them contributed to the conversation by asking if he could try the "stuff" next 🙂
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2022.01.29 03:41 Daxhian Learn from Polygon based Play-to-Earn, Starchi, the answers to: What is Web 3.0 and the Future of Competitive Gaming?
| Gaming has come a long way since the late 1970s when arcades reigned supreme and home consoles were little more than a novelty. Back then, competitive gaming meant vying for the high score on space invaders at the local bowling alley or mall. The very idea of Twitch, an entire online video sharing platform dedicated to streaming games, would have sounded absolutely absurd. But things have certainly changed since then.|
The past forty years have brought innumerable shifts to the game industry, with the graphical and power disparity between arcade and home console machines shrinking, then disappearing altogether. During the 2000s and 2010s, the advent of the smartphone and mobile games turned video games from a niche hobby targeted at children to one that every demographic enjoyed.
Today, the e-sports industry is valued at over $1 billion with no signs of slowing down. The video game industry as a whole is larger than the film and US sports industries combined.
But the evolution of video games and competitive gaming isn’t over. It’s really just beginning. And the thing that will revolutionize it is Web3.
The Web3 Revolution So, what is Web3? Web3 is what happens when the internet meets recent technological advances like extended reality, IOT, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. It’s a platform where users will be able to trade and use cryptocurrencies, purchase NFTs, and experience a version of the web that’s uniquely tailored for them. In addition, it will simplify investing in DAOs and blockchain-based projects via sites like Starter.xyz.
But the important thing to note about Web3 when it comes to competitive gaming is that its technologies are the foundation for GameFi and play-to-earn (P2E) games.
The Rise of GameFi Until the development of GameFi, competitive gaming and esports followed a similar trajectory to traditional sporting events. The best players rose to the top via online, local, and regional matches, eventually competing in major events offering big rewards. The only way to earn real money playing video games was by going pro. But few people ever got that chance.
GameFi and the decentralization that undergirds it have upended that traditional model. Getting into the competitive gaming scene and earning cash rewards has become accessible for anyone in the world thanks to Web3 and play-to-earn gaming. And although it is still in it’s infancy, millions of people around the world have already discovered its incredible potential.
This is the future of competitive gaming.
GameFi & Competitive Gaming’s Growing Definition While traditional esports and competitive gaming won’t disappear, the idea of competitive video games will expand to make room for P2E games. Axie Infinity’s rise has proven that. Here’s a P2E game that’s recorded over $1.6 billion in total sales and averages nearly 2 million daily users. And it’s shown no sign of slowing down.
Axie Infinity’s players stand at the vanguard of the P2E revolution, earning money while battling in-game enemies and each other. It’s an entirely new way of understanding competitive gaming, and it’s open to almost anyone. Even players without the funds to invest themselves can play many P2E games by joining a guild, a decentralized organization that makes playable NFTs and other in-game assets available for rent.
But Axie Infinity is only the first major success story in the growing GameFi market.
New projects are being developed every day, including games in every genre imaginable, from JRPGs to racing games. There are even a handful of monster breeding and battling startups that are gunning for Axie Infinity’s first place position, including Starchi, a P2E game from the team behind Starter.xyz.
A key difference between Starchi and Axie is that the price of one Starchi is much more affordable, allowing many more people to play (and earn). The goal at Starchi was to take away the barriers and limitations, and provide opportunity to a larger group of people overall.
Starter.xyz’s experience in the industry has uniquely equipped its team to develop a game that makes the most of GameFi’s features and benefits. Starchi will be just one more example of how competitive gaming has changed since Web3 began taking shape.
Only time will tell what further evolutions await the gaming industry as technology continues its quick march toward decentralization and personalization.
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2022.01.29 03:41 TabrisSeele Burnt sugar smell inside UFOs.
Seen this characteristic come up a few times. So, I looked up what smells like burnt sugar. Coolants smell like burnt sugar when it leaks. Many of the abductees are shown the "engine room" when they describe this smell.
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2022.01.29 03:41 CheKidsBuddy Adorable Kids Music Composition For Blender Dance 3D Animation
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2022.01.29 03:41 Pandanese90 My Pygmy Cories has taken over the ceramic diffuser
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2022.01.29 03:41 gogglewoggle Chukotka wolves, photos by Ivan Kislov
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2022.01.29 03:41 RandomWWEClips Liv’s 2020 Royal Rumble attire compilation
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2022.01.29 03:41 Madaraoluv2 Preview of the 2nd Lion King/Guard comic I and Nauyaco are doing. Took care of Janja, now to take care of the other thing Guard did that I feel little to nobody in the fanbase has invested in
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2022.01.29 03:41 LetMeKnow2 Help finding company name
Sorry for the bad title, but I have applied to about 100 jobs and I keep track of each and everyone in an excel sheet.
A company sent me an email asking me to arrange a phone interview. The problem is that nowhere in the email does it say which company, and I applied to a lot of different companies with that same specific job title that they mention in the email.
So the only thing that I have from the company is:
2022.01.29 03:41 InteligentlyRetarded Medusa reducer (read comment)
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2022.01.29 03:41 hopelesssol [DISC] The Love of Two Kindred Spirits | by @pageratta
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2022.01.29 03:41 Halo_Raptor A TU-114 passenger plane
2022.01.29 03:41 whoisjoe1 Question about DTE bill
2022.01.29 03:41 TheLastPotatoOnEarth Egg👏irl
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2022.01.29 03:41 Impossible_Leg_4777 Manga The Frontier Alchemist ~ I Can’t Go Back to That Job After You Made My Budget Zero
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2022.01.29 03:41 yummybanchan Mina & Tzuyu (ft. Jeongyeon) - scientist mv behind the scenes
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2022.01.29 03:41 KaleOxalate What’s something interesting about the gulf war that probably wasn’t covered in university modern American history?
2022.01.29 03:41 KeribbeanQueen Any guesses?
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2022.01.29 03:41 WilhelmsCamel The Iridovirus won. He fought hard
2022.01.29 03:41 Closerstill808 Foreign Hands- Separation Souvenir (reposting cause I didn’t know they made a music video for the song) New Ep . “Bleed the Dream” out 2/18/22
2022.01.29 03:41 jt1132 Crepes are like thin crust pancakes
2022.01.29 03:41 GreenDiscombobulated Favorite Stooge short?
Mine's Disorder In The Court considering that short was the first one i ever saw. Add to the fact that it contains some very funny scenes (i.e. the tarantula scene and the gum scene) makes that short even more iconic and unforgettable.
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