AXIE infinity is one of the most popular gaming platforms for play to earn – enabling users to start making money.
The Vietnamese NFT based game pits monsters against each other to win in-game currency that can be exchanged for cash.
How does Axie Infinity work?
Players looking to start off need to be aware of the value of the in game digital assets called “Small Love Portions.”
It allows users to build a collection of “Axies” that players can use across its universe of games.
According to Koditips, there are a number of different ways to earn the assets in the game:
- Player vs player (PVP) battles
- Collecting rare Axies
- Selling Axies on the marketplace
- Breeding Axies
Plus, instead of being rewarded for winning in the traditional sense, players are rewarded for their efforts and talent.
Players can breed and nurture creatures, and sell them on the marketplace for real-world money or for other cryptos.
How to earn money in Axie Gaming
The company uses Blockchain to reward players for gaming, according to Forbes.
The new play-to-earn gaming model that rewards gamers with cryptocurrency for playing isn’t technically free.
Gamers could have to spend $1,000 or more in order to start earning in the Axie Infinity universe, according to Forbes.
The popular platform for play-to-earn gaming requires beginners to have three “Axies,” which are available for purchase on the game’s Marketplace Dashboard.
Participants can then earn cryptocurrency for selling potions, breeding rare Axies, and playing various games.
How to start playing Axie Infinity:
Getting started in Axie Infinity requires several easy steps that include:
- Setting up a MetaMask Wallet
- Creating and setting up a Ronin Wallet for zero gas fee transactions
- Deposit Ethereum to Ronin via MetaMask
- Creating an Axie Infinity account
- Downloading the game on your phone or web browser
The Sun has a full guide to creating and NFT and Ethereum Wallet for newcomers.
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