Dubai, UAE, Dec. 27, 2021. GameFi platform GoFungibles, built on the Polygon blockchain, has announced the closure of its $4 million private fundraising round. The Round was led by Moonrock Capital, Genblock Capital, AU21, X21 and Oddiyana Ventures. Other notable participants include Magnus Capital, Icetea Labs, InnMind, Metrix Capital, Ellipti, Oddiyana Ventures, ZBS Capital, AC Capital, Asteroid Capital, IBC Group, BitCreed Capital and more.
The fundraising rounds come after GoFungibles’ recent introduction of its first blockchain-based play-to-earn (P2E) and pay-to-win (P2W) endless mobile runner game, Metarun. The global launch of the game is planned for Q2–2022. Early access will be available in February 2022. MetaRun is a P2E game with nonfungible token (NFT) assets, which may be traded across the native GoFungibles NFT marketplace. The GoFungibles cross-chain gamified marketplace is expected to launch in January 2022 in partnership with Polygon Studios.
In the future, GoFungibles is aiming to onboard more gaming projects into their platform, allowing NFT assets to be transported between virtual worlds.
Following the private rounds, the public initial DEX offering (IDO) rounds will be held between Jan. 11 and Jan. 13, 2022. Additionally, a special GoFungibles community-only whitelisting round with a hard cap of $30,000 will be held on Jan. 14.
To know more about the whitelisting round, join the GoFungibles Discord.
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