Spells of Genisis Token Sale Launches with Shapeshift

Spells of Genisis Token Sale Launches with Shapeshift

Update: The Spells of Genesis Token Sale has been postponed until August 4, 2015. The Spells of Genesis Crowd Sale is all set for next week. Spells of Genesis (SoG) is the most awaited trading card/arcade game of the year, from the well-known EverdreamSoft (EDS). It is being developed to have Bitcoin and the Blockchain technology as an integrant part of the game economy and its storyline. Though the game hasn’t come out yet some of the game’s trading cards have begun to appear online. The game is being developed for quite some time now and all points out for it to be launched before the....


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Spells of Genesis, one of the most highly anticipated arcade games of 2015, developed by well-known game developer EverdreamSoft, is introducing and implementing bitcoin and its blockchain technology in the game's storyline and as an in-game currency. Before the game's launch on both iOS and Android Play Store, EverdreamSoft plans to host a crowdfunding campaign for its game and storyline development. Spells of Genesis will be using BitCrystal tokens as its in-game currency which can be used to purchase game items and to trade with other users within the game. The concept behind Spells of....

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Spells of Genesis remains one of the most interesting projects to make use of blockchain technology. The reason for this is quite simple: the project has been in development for quite some time now, and the team recently released the early beta for their mobile card game. This early beta release also marks the second milestone for Spells of Genesis since completing their BitCrystals Token Sale. As a result of this early beta release for Spells of Genesis, players can connect their Counterparty wallets to their SoG accounts. Doing so will allow them to play their blockchain cards and get a....

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