Jump.trade, a gaming non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace by GuardianLink, sold 55,000 Meta Cricket League (MCL) collectibles within nine minutes of launching on Friday, Economic Times reported.
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- Priced at $25 each, the Super Loot NFTs marked GuardianLink’s foray into the artificial intelligence-powered metaverse gaming industry.
- The ERC-721 NFTs held a unique smart learning system powered by the game’s AI and were minted on GuardianLink’s layer 2, which works across cross-bridge networks of Polygon, Ethereum, Avalanche and Solana.
- Meta Cricket League is a new play-to-earn (P2E) game that allows players to earn rewards by climbing leader boards.
- Jump.trade is expected to launch Chelsea football club collectible NFTs featuring exclusives such as tickets, signed postcards, and photographs representing the team’s history from 1905.
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