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Beyond the Void Launches ICO for MOBA Cryptocurrency

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The upcoming free-to-play MOBA title Beyond the Void started a month-long ICO on OpenLedger earlier this week on November 1. During the fundraiser, the game’s developers will sell Nexium (NxC) tokens to jump-start the title’s in-game economy.

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Beyond the Void to Create a Working Blockchain Economy

According to developers, Beyond the Void is the first-ever competitive MOBA to use a smart contract-backed token economy powered by the Ethereum blockchain blockchain.

The developers also claim the title of being the first MOBA title to hold an ICO, making the announcement at the Money 20/20 and CoinAgenda conferences last week in Las vegas.

Furthermore, the Beyond the Void-OpenLedger collaboration received two articles from Forbes, with contributor Roger Aitken saying the game “could be poised to storm the gaming industry backed by an [ICO] and Ethereum blockchain tokens.”

Echoing this sentiment, OpenLedger CEO Ronny Boesing said in a press release, “Beyond the Void shows the application of blockchain technology to mainstream industries, By accelerating their ICO crowdfunding, we will accelerate the spread of ICO culture and practices as well.”

The game’s NxC-powered economy consists of items that can be bought, sold and traded by players at will, creating what developers call a “player-owned” market, determined by supply and demand.

Beyond the in-game economy, developers claim to provide a highly competitive gameplay experience that will draw in eSports enthusiasts from the mainstream gaming industry.

“The game is designed to be competitive and playable in E-sport tournaments,” said Beyond the Void founder and graphic artist, Maxence Burgel.

“We believe players should pay because they like the game and they have fun playing it,” Burgel continued, “We don’t want people to have to pay in order to enjoy the game.”

Nexium Now on Sale at OpenLedger

Interested investors have three different ways to participate in the ICO, OpenLedger said, providing press with the following descriptions of the available investment options:

  1. Sponsor the gamer token NxC with an extra bonus on top – Those opting for this option can do so by directly visiting the ICO page on Beyond the Void website and following the instructions. Investors choosing this method are eligible for an addition 5% bonus, credited along with the purchased tokens to their respective ETH wallets up on the end of ICO. ETH is the accepted form of payment and a limited amount of 5 million BCY will be reserved for Bitcrystals holders.
  2. Subscribe to a token and trade it the same day – This option can be availed only on CCEDK ICO platform by choosing to subscribe to ICO prelaunch option. Investors will be ordering NxC asset backed by OpenLedger (OPEN.NxC) and they can trade the tokens on OpenLedger until the time of launch at an extra 4% premium on the going rate. Accepted form of payment includes BTC, BTS, ETH, SBD and more, including fiat options.
  3. Invest in the Nexium token indirectly by buying the ICOO digital token This option allows investors to buy into all token crowdsales as well as any tokens received as payment for OpenLedger services in connection with token crowdsale. ICOO digital tokens can be bought directly from BTC Market and BTS Market.

Following the ICO’s conclusion on November 30, Beyond the Void developers have planned a three-phase game release, posting a list of scheduled development milestones to the game’s official crowdfunding webpage.  

This ICO is one of three crowdsales being hosted by OpenLedger this month. According to Boesing, these fundraisers will gain the attention of institutional investors, making the ICO a more respected method of startup funding.

 What do you think about Beyond the Void? Let us know in the comments below.


Images courtesy of Beyond the Void.

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‘Beyond the Void’ to Be First-Ever MOBA to Hold ICO

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Beyond the Void

Beyond the Void, and upcoming MOBA title geared towards eSports competitors, will become the first game ever to raise development funds through an ICO. Hosted on CCEDK-owned OpenLedger, the sale starts Tuesday, November 1, 2016.

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Beyond the Void is a real-time strategy game, designed for competitive play. The game’s developers told press they want to tap into the ever-growing eSports market, which brings in hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue each year.

In a press release, developers reported that MOBA titles generated more than $406 million USD in revenue in 2014 in North America. On a global scale, gaming data firm Superdata estimates the MOBA market to be worth $20 billion as of 2016

Commenting on Beyond the Void’s competitiveness, the games founder, Maxence Burgel, said, “The game is designed to be competitive and playable in E-sports tournaments.”

“We believe players should play because they like the game and have fun playing it,” Burgel continued. “We don’t want people to have to pay in order to enjoy the game.

The game features a blockchain-based economy, powered by an Ethereum token called “Nexium.” Developers plan to connect almost every in-game item to the token. By doing this, the team told press that “players will own and operate the game economy as they wish.”

‘Beyond the Void’s’ Philosophy Behind the Nexium Token

After going live on November 1, ICO participants can purchase Nexium both from the official website and directly through CCEDK’s “ICO subscribe” page. Additionally, investors can contact OpenLedger CEO Ronny Boesing to arrange investments.

The Nexium tokens will reportedly be burned upon use, making the coin increasingly scarce as the game gains popularity. The goal in cutting supply over time is to make the coin more valuable for its players as the user-base grows.

Further explaining the philosophy behind Nexium, developers said in a press release:

Beyond the Void hopes to change the way these gamers think about their relationship with the in-game economy. By giving players blockchain based assets that they control, a free and open gaming market may grow. Beyond the Void hopes these players assets and wider market will invest players into the growth of the community long term.”

In a video about the Nexium ICO, developers claimed that the ether earned in the sale will go towards finishing game development.

The Beyond the Void ICO is one of three upcoming crowdsales hosted by OpenLedger. According to CEO Ronny Boesing, these upcoming ICOs will take this method of fundraising mainstream, since the subjects of these sales will draw interest from mainstream and institutional investors.

 

What do you think about Beyond the Void? Let us know in the comments below.


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OpenLedger: 3 New ICOs Have Crypto ‘Going Mainstream’

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LAS VEGAS — At CoinAgenda, OpenLedger CEO Ronny Boesing said his company is “taking ICOs mainstream” by opening pre-investment to 3 new funding projects, all of which are unrelated to the cryptocurrency market.

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Three Companies to Draw Attention to Blockchain Through OpenLedger ICOs

 

Boesing said that the three incoming ICOs will be fore Apptrade, Centz and Beyond the Void, all of which will reportedly attract institutional investors to the ICO funding method.

“Apptrade, Centz, and Beyond the Void all show applications of blockchain technology to mainstream audiences,” Boesing said. “By accelerating their ICO crowdfunding, we’ll accelerate the spread of ICO culture and practices as well.”

Apptrade brands itself as “the stock market of apps,” combining ICO investment with token trading to, according to OpenLedger, “revolutionize how the app industry gets funding.

In a press release, OpenLedger explained that Apptrade “helps publishers leverage their exposure with cross-marketing and collaborate funding via app portfolios.”

The platform competed in front of BitAngels investors this week at CoinAgenda.

Centz is a gift card service, making balances on all gift cards tradable for a specialized currency called “Centz Gold Bucks.” According to the service’s website, multiple gift cards can be lumped into one spendable sum on a mobile wallet, including cards with fractional balances. The comapny also claims to provide a “comprehensive approach” to security and fraud prevention.

Finally, Beyond the Void is an upcoming MOBA game that centers around battling spacecraft called “motherships.” The game will use a blockchain-based token system to facilitate buying and trading vanity items for player personalization. Developers told press that this item market will make up the game’s main revenue stream.

All three of these companies will launch ICOs on the OpenLedger cryptocurrency exchange, which has gained popularity in the blockchain community for hosting several high profile crowdfunding campaigns. The company recently began calling itself a “decentralized conglomerate” after adding services beyond cryptocurrency trading, including advertising, “blockchain talent,” and ICO marketing.  

Do you think these ICOs will draw mainstream attention? Let us know in the comments below.


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