The majority of modern technology in Cryptopia was created by Sam Clark, who also serves as the advisor of the Tech faction. He recruited and collaborated with like-minded people to form the Technocrats, a team of youthful inventors reshaping modern life via technology and scientific research.
Throughout December, we connected with many key people in the blockchain industry and strengthened relationships. On the development end, there are constantly new designs and features being added. Check out this December's monthly update for full updates!
Wouldn't it be wonderful to live in a society where everyone strives to raise the standard of living by incorporating eco-friendly initiatives like reforestation and using renewable energy sources? The Eco faction is aiming to accomplish just that.
The pirate faction, renowned for its cunning and ruthless strategies, is one of the most well-liked factions in the game. In this article, we explore what makes up a pirate faction and the benefits of joining one.
There have been countless iterations of bounty hunters in video games, but few of them will be as rewarding as joining the bounty hunters of Cryptopia. Pirates and bounty hunters are given a unique playing style in the Cryptopia metaverse.
A huge part of the gameplay is tied into four factions. Depending on the faction players associate with, it will affect their performance in the game. The gamer’s capacity to succeed and progress relies heavily on two major gameplay factors: Pollution and Population.
Cryptopia is blazing the trail for learning more about designing and developing real-world use cases like property ownership, blueprint/patent registration, voter polling and registration, policing/law enforcement, and many many more.
November was an absolutely eventful month! Cryptopia attended the PH Web3 Festival and held a Scavenger Hunt as well. In preparation for our launch on Polygon's Mumbai Testnet, we want to make sure our investors and community members are up to date with everything we’ve been working on.
Many blockchain-based games came and went over the past couple of years, because the game didn’t have a plan for fueling and rewarding new players. Cryptopia, on the other hand, has been comprehensively planned out to have a stable in-game self-sustaining economy.