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Sidus Heroes CEO Dan Khomenko Talks About the Economics of Play-to-Earn Blockchain Games, NFTs and the Metaverse


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SIDUS HEROES is the first ever WEBGL, AAA-level, Play-to-Earn, NFT and MMORPG game. The game is set in a space metaverse at a time when technological advancements have reached the level of merging with all living beings. All characters belong to one of several blockchain races and embody that chain’s strongest attributes.

Dan Khomenko is the co-founder and CEO of SIDUS HEROES. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the game:

sidusheroes-dan.jpgBefore getting into blockchain gaming, Dan Khomenko worked in FinTech, banking, property development, blockchain and crypto. Dan has co-founded one of the biggest blockchain software development companies and consulted over 500 projects, many of which have now reached the Top 200 on CoinMarketCap. He is also the founder and CEO of NFT marketplace NFT STARS (launched in July 2021) and the CEO of DeFi aggregator SpaceSwap.

SIDUS HEROES provides users with multiple gaming scenarios. Users can choose to fight in the Battle Arena, build fighting legions, run for power and represent their race on the political stage, craft and sell products, mine resources, travel the metaverse and discover new planets or develop economic and social structures.

The game relies on a closed economic system based on a limited emission of resources. It incorporates a ‘play-to-earn’ model into all in-game items (represented as NFTs) and its two native tokens – SENATE and SIDUS.

To learn more about the project visit the website, and follow the team on Twitter.


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