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A Second NFT Card Sale for Duelist King’s Win2Earn Game Is on Its Way

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A Second NFT Card Sale for Duelist King’s Win2Earn Game Is on Its Way
A Second NFT Card Sale for Duelist King’s Win2Earn Game Is on Its Way
  • Duelist King announces its second batch of NFT cards.
  • The second batch of NFT 20,000 boxes will be purchasable on December 15, 2021.
  • Duelist King also unveils Fantom as its latest infrastructure partner.

The future is NFT and even more, the concept of Play-to-Earn has since grown to accommodate more gaming models such as Duelist King’s Win2Earn approach. Duelist King is excited to announce the release of its second set of NFT cards on December 15, 2021. According to the NFT gaming platform, the first batch of cards in mystery boxes sold out in 45 minutes, indicating that the product is in high demand. Duelist King’s also noted that its initial sale of 50,000 NFT boxes was a huge success.

Due to high demand for these non-fungible tokens, the sale took place on September 15, 2021, and it sold out in 45 minutes. Each box was $5 and consumers had an equal chance of receiving rare cards. Of note, there are six rarity levels for Duelist King NFTs, ranging from Common to Legendary.

The NFT cards in the Duelist King ecosystem are distributed in mystery boxes. Five cards of varying rarities are included in each NFT package. This fair distribution is guaranteed by the team’s in-house designed method, which allows distribution outcomes to be publicly validated on the blockchain.

On December 15, 2021, the second batch of NFT boxes will be available for purchase. This run, however, is just 20,000 boxes long, compared to 50,000 boxes in the first. In detail, the team will sell the cards in a series of rounds, each with its distinctive design. There will be 25 card distribution phases, each with 20 different designs.

Additionally, players can build a good starting deck and experience everything Duelist King has to offer thanks to the multi-round strategy. However, not every design from previous rounds will be seen in subsequent rounds. More so, a minimum of 22 cards is required to begin playing Duelist King. Cards can be purchased through mystery boxes or through secondary purchases on the marketplace. Furthermore, Refinable, OpenSea, and the Binance NFT platform are among the marketplaces supported.

Through the Win-to-Earn feature, playing Duelist King awards you with new cards or artifacts. Above all, stablecoins and DKT can also be won through online competitions. Note that, participating in the second batch mystery box sale can be done by spending the Duelist King Token, DKT.

Duelist King also welcomes Fantom onboard as its new infrastructure partner and the Fantom Foundation as a strategic investor. Duelist King CMO Nicole Nguyen asserts:

By adding a new variety to our existing characters as well as our integration of Fantom enabling faster and more secure transactions, we believe this has paved the way for even more community members to get their hands on our new batch of cards as well as appeal to our existing members who are looking forward to power up their decks for the soon-to-be-launched game.

In this competitive environment, low gas fees and faster transaction throughput are critical. On that note, Fantom and Duelist King share the same key goals of fostering justice, speedy transactions, and security.

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2022 Will See a Boom in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Media & Entertainment

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2022 Will See a Boom in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Media & Entertainment
2022 Will See a Boom in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Media & Entertainment

In its new whitepaper, 70 Technology Trends That Will—and Will Not—Shape 2022, ABI Research analysts identify 35 trends that will shape the technology market and 35 others that, although attracting huge amounts of speculation and commentary, are less likely to move the needle over the next twelve months. “The fallout from COVID-19 prevention measures, the process of transitioning from pandemic to endemic disease, and global political tensions weigh heavily on the coming year’s fortunes. This whitepaper is a tool for our readers to help shape their understanding of the key critical trends that look set to materialize in 2022 as the world begins to emerge from the shadow of COVID-19. It also highlights those much-vaunted trends that are less likely to have meaningful impact in 2022,” says Stuart Carlaw, Chief Research Officer at ABI Research.

What Will Happen in 2022:

A Boom for AI and ML

The role of AI and ML in the media & entertainment industry will increase significantly in 2022, with revenue forecasted to surpass US$ 9.5 billion in 2022 when video ad tech is included. Due to competitive pressures from direct-to-consumer services, it has become a necessity for incumbents (i.e., pay TV operators, broadcasters) to reduce costs, limit churn, and extract as much value from existing customers. AI/ML’s role here will increase to better target households with promotions, automate more workflows, and better secure the operators’ content and services.

AI/ML will also play a growing role in the ad tech space to improve personalization and contextually aware advertisements and serve as grounds for differentiation. This is especially critical following changes to third-party tracking devices (i.e., Identifier for Advertisers (IDFA) and third-party cookies) and increasing focus on privacy. The corollary of these trends is that the ad market will not suffer as severely as some had feared due to the changing privacy landscape.

What Won’t Happen in 2022:

The Metaverse Will Not Arrive Fully Formed

The metaverse, despite all the headlines and investments, will not arrive in 2022 or, for that matter, within the typical 5-year forecast window. The metaverse is still more of a buzzword and vision than a fully-fledged end goal with a defined date of arrival. What we have today is a number of tech companies building their version of a “metaverse,” but this multiverse is not fully interconnected, does not yet widely employ open standards, and certainly has not fully embraced Extended Reality (XR)—all tenets of the metaverse vision (some would also add the crypto economy to the list, which is also not in place).

However, this does not mean that all this talk about the metaverse is premature, rather the tech industry will continue to lay the foundation and build toward this metaverse future. It may take the better part of a decade before that “completed” form of the metaverse begins to take shape, but there will be plenty of opportunity between now and then. When the metaverse does arrive, it will truly transform the way we live our lives and, in the process, generate tremendous opportunities for a host of technologies, including 5G/6G, edge and cloud compute, XR, and AI/ML.

For more trends that will – and won’t – happen in 2022, download the whitepaper 70 Technology Trends That Will—and Will Not—Shape 2022.

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What is a honeypot crypto scam and how to spot it?

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Smart contracts programs across a decentralized network of nodes can be executed on modern blockchains like . Smart contracts are becoming more popular and valuable, making them a more appealing target for attackers. Several smart contracts have been targeted by hackers in recent years.

However, a new trend appears to be gaining traction; namely, attackers are no longer looking for susceptible contracts but are adopting a more proactive strategy. Instead, they aim to trick their victims into falling into traps by sending out contracts that appear to be vulnerable but contain hidden traps. Honeypots are a term used to describe this unique sort of contract. But, what is a honeypot crypto trap?

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Spreading holiday joy through charitable giving with cryptocurrency

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The holidays are the perfect time of the year for giving back, and the rise of cryptocurrencies has created even more opportunities for charitable initiatives. This was highlighted during Giving Tuesday 2021, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving which saw over $2.4 million raised in cryptocurrency from the nonprofit fundraising platform The Giving Block.

As crypto philanthropy becomes a new subsector of the cryptocurrency economy, some in the industry believe that crypto donations will only continue to increase. Alex Wilson, co-founder of The Giving Block, told Cointelegraph that last year the organization raised about $4 million in crypto donations, noting that this year, over $100 million in crypto donations will likely be received.

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