Here, at Arcade, we have released our latest blog that provides a detailed account of our innovative platform and how it differs from most crypto-related projects on the market today. Further information can be found below.
Here, at Arcade, we have published a new article entitled, "Earnings, Not Emissions — "A Deflationary Model." It sheds light on the most critical aspects of the revolutionary Game-fi platform describing how the rewards from mission pools are funded by earnings from in-game activities for game developers, guilds, players, and all $ARCADE holders. Those interested in taking a step into the future and other interested individuals can view the full article at Arcade/Blog.
The report includes several interesting pieces of information; in particular, it is a detailed account of how earnings from in-game activities fund the rewards from mission pools, rather than a set emission schedule that is typical in crypto projects today. This information should be of particular interest to yield chasers, gamers, guilds, and game developers. Moreover, unlike most projects that offer a high yield that only seems to decrease over time, Arcade is much different from most crypto-related projects on the market today.
One of the most important pieces of information the article conveys is how Arcade's innovative mission pools platform revolutionizes the staking rewards opportunity by extracting actual earnings from Play-to-Earn games. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:
'The rewards a token holder receives from staking, in a mission pool, are not emissions from the community vault, but are $ARCADE that is purchased on the open market.'
In discussing the article's creation, Josh, CEO at Arcade stated that Arcade is the Play-to-Earn ecosystem that brings game developers, guilds, players, and $ARCADE holders together.
Regular readers of Arcade will notice the article takes a familiar tone, described as 'super relevant and cutting edge.'
Anyone who has a specific question or comment about this article, or any paper previously published on the site, is welcome to contact Arcade via their website at https://arcade2earn.io.
The complete article is available to view in full at Arcade/Blog.