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Playgrid Weekly Digest - Issue #12

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Playgrid's NFT Weekly Update
NFT Card Game Alchemon Raises $1M In Investment Round
Alchemon, the creators of the first NFT staking, crafting and a trading card game on the Algorand blockchain, announced the completion of a $1 million funding round. The round was led by Borderless Capital, with participation also coming from Pillar VC and Yieldly. Since launching in August 2021, the game has recruited thousands of active community members, wherein doing so, 40,000 NFTs have been purchased and 900,000 Algos have been produced.
ZED RUN Airdrop Goes Live
Futuristic horse racing shenanigans have reached fever pitch as ZED RUN defies crypto winter with the launch of its governance token. This means oodles of tasty coins descending on eligible members, so read on to find out how to claim yours! Partnering with the maestros over at Future Labs, ZED RUN has finally launched its long-awaited governance token. Now, promising a future where the ZED Token takes centre stage as the platform evolves beyond its current means.
New P2E Sensation ThugCity To Drop 10,000 NFTs This August
On August 12th, ThugCity will launch on the Ethereum blockchain with 10,000 non-fungible tokens (NFTs), comprising 9,000 Thugs and 1,000 Cops. ThugCity is an innovative new play-to-earn (P2E) experience, which invites you to stake your Thugs or Cops in a strategic battle for supremacy in the City. Initially in the game, the goal is to earn $BILLS and climb up the leaderboard, with the opportunity to earn daily, weekly and monthly rewards, along with community airdrops. The game plans to build a strong foundation of enthralling gameplay and rewards, with assets accumulated over time and eventually, exchangeable as NFTs. 
GameFi Platform Yeeha Games Announces Arrival Of Web3 Gaming 
Yeeha Games, a $50 million-funded GameFi platform, has announced its Web3 gaming arrival. Backed by leading cryptocurrency exchange Bybit, Yeeha Games will focus on quality games and a marketplace for trading non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Starting with ‘Midgard Saga’, slated for release in September 2022, Yeeha Games will unveil a number of blockchain games over the next 18 months, with 11 already in the works.
Playgrid's Game of the Week
Infinite Drive
Infinite Drive is a digital space or Metaverse designed for car enthusiasts and where users interact and play within a single environment. Infinite Drive uses blockchain technologies to allow users to own parts of the game such as cars which are verifiably owned and decentralised NFTs. We at Tiny Digital Factory are foremost game makers and our focus is game first, then blockchain. Together with the community, we are building a game that is accessible to a wide audience and fun to play. At the cross-road between free-to-play and play-to-earn, we chose to use Web 3 technologies on Infinite Drive to enhance traditional gaming experiences like community features, game assets, true ownership and play-to-earn mechanics.
You can download the game for free and you don’t have to own a crypto wallet nor purchase an NFT to start playing the game. In Infinite Drive, players are encouraged to collect cars to access social events, compete in races or simply drive on open roads. Players and NFT car owners are rewarded with a centralised token or hard currency similar to the ones used in traditional free-to-play games. This token economy is therefore not impacted by other listed tokens or cryptocurrency fluctuations.
We hope to take blockchain gaming to a mass-market audience. The way the game is designed, people with zero blockchain experience are going to start collecting car NFTs that have real-world value without having to have any previous knowledge about what blockchain technology is about. Infinite Drive makes the blockchain underlying technology invisible by being “on-chain” only when necessary. Players don’t have to incur fees if they use their NFTs in Infinite Drive or otherwise don’t transact with them. Players’ items are stored in a private and centralised database where both NFTs and regular items can coexist. Players have the option to bring an asset from the game custodial wallet to the on-chain at any point in time by linking a personal wallet to their Infinite Drive account.
Status: Development
Genre: Racing
Blockchain: Solana
Platform: Web | Computer
Rating: 5
Community Rating: 10/10
Tokenomics Rating: 10/10
Partnerships Rating: 10/10
Gameplay Rating: 10/10
Investment : $10 - $250
Game Website:
3 Facts About NFTs You Probably Don't Know
  • The most expensive Bored Ape is #2087
Despite the Bored Ape collection growing in renowned since, the most expensive NFT in the collection is still #2087, selling on September 30, 2021. The Bored Ape features a cigarette hanging from its mouth and rainbow-coloured fur. The owner is IPCollector, an NFT investor with more than 250 other collectibles in their wallet.
  • Cryptopunk #9998 sold for $532 million…
While CryptoPunk #5822 is the most expensive token in the collection, you may also find #9998  at the top of the marketplace’s list too. Ethereum blockchain explorers will show that the white-haired, green-eyed avatar sold for more than half a billion dollars in October 2021 but it’s a little more complicated than that. The token was sold and bought by the same person in a clever publicity stunt using multiple  “flash loans.”
  • The most expensive Cryptopunk is #5822
Last selling in February 2022, CryptoPunk #5822 is now the most expensive token in the collection, sort of (see below). The sale raked in 8000 ETH which at the time of sale was worth $24 million. The buyer was the CEO of the blockchain company, Chain, Deepak Thapliyal.
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