The ingame players are NFT tokens that will be bought by the user, with these NFT tokens a user can set up a team to initiate ranked and unranked games. The games are hosted by the chain, which means there will be a lobbying system as well as a private direct versus mode. NFT tokens are bought with $BALL.
The game has an in-game wallet where the player deposits $BALL tokens to. $BALL tokens represent the ball, the initial game settings determine how many tokens each ball will cost. The in-game wallet is always emtpy when not playing, upon initiating the game you sign a transaction to the in-game wallet to deposit the needed $BALL tokens - any transaction after that is signed by the game itself, removing the need to manually sign every transaction. Every games score is saved on the chain during the game, websockets connected to an IPFS node synchronize the multiplayer games and constant checking eliminates cheating, since all games are played on a users clientside. When irregularity occurs the game will be automatically halted and the opposed player will automatically be assigned as winner, no matter the current status of the match.
• $10K after launching on Harmony testnet.
• $10K after forming a DAO with 5-out-of-9 multisig.
• $10K after launching on Harmony mainnet with audit.
• $10K after 1K daily active users.
• $10K after 10k daily active users.
Metrics for success
4-5k DAU within 5 months (gradually gaining approx 1k DAU a month).
20k TWITTER followers within 5 months.
40k DISCORD users within 5 months.
Confirmed, dude funded project through Kucoin (allegedly was a KYC’d acct) and went through the motion of filing a grant all to pull the liquidity within 24 hrs. Very common trend and I hope that we can work together as a community to warn our userbase ahead of them losing their assets.
Thank you for pointing that out.
It’s obvious that I had my browser tab opened before the message and the rug.
The assigned message means that we assign the project for a close and careful look at that moment. This doesn’t mean that we approve the project.
During the time of my message the rug occurred.
Thank you for the heads up.
We haven’t verified first-hand whether the devs maliciously abandoned the project, as many posters here have said. But, there are enough reports that it’s safe for us to obviously decline this request and close this thread.