Blockchain-powered idle role playing game Brave Frontier Heroes is having a very successful launch with already over 168 thousand dollars in trading volume. This number is from twelve hours after launch. Since Thursday January 30th the game can be played on Android and iOS devices as well as in a browser on desktop computers. The game is often seen as one that could push the market towards a mainstream audience.
According to Dapp.com the game already has 960 ETH in trading volume, and Brave Frontier Heroes already has 700 unique user accounts. At the same time Dappradar.com is only mentioning 80 thousand dollars in transaction volume. Even though the number of users is similar. Most likely this volume comes mostly from selling in-game currencies (ZEL). Players need ZEL in order to acquire unique heroes for their time.
On the secondary market OpenSea trading is less active. The marketplace mentions 3.1 ETH in trading volume, which equals approximately 542 dollars.
Buying Brave Frontier Heroes characters
Players can earn heroes by playing the game, but very limited edition heroes go on sale regularly. Each rare hero is capped at five hundred units, and will cost 500 ZEL. While a Limited Legendary hero is capped at fifty units, and will costs somewhere between 50.000 and 100.000 ZEL. The first sale starts Thursday January 30th at 14:00 CET.
|Limited Legendary||50||50.000~100.000 ZEL|
1 ETH = 10.000 ZEL (currently 1 ETH = 167 USD) – 21/1/2020
There are quite some expectations from Brave Frontier Heroes. The game is based on My Crypto Heroes, which has been one of the top grossing blockchain games in recent months. This blockchain game has approximately three thousand players per day.
Brave Frontier Heroes (BFH) offers the same type of gameplay, while adding the Brave Frontier brand to it. This means that almost forty million gamers who have been playing Brave Frontier or Brave Frontier 2 on their phones, could potentially get involved in BFH as well.
Also published on Medium.