Infinity Skies token (ISKY) saw its value rose by over 200% as the team launched its demo, staking pools on August 15.
ISKY Staking Pool Comes Alive
The token’s Play-2-Earn game launched a staking pool and participated in BSC News’ #BattleOfTheDapps. However, it lost in the second round after getting only 38% of the votes in the poll.
The newly launched staking pool allows users to stake 5,000 ISKY to enable them to win mystery boxes. Within an hour of its launch, 60% of the pools were filled.
It took 5 hours to fill the staking mines.
Infinity Skies Launches Demo Version and Castle-building Competition
On July 29, the project had announced the launch of its demo version, alongside a castle-building competition.
To enhance community engagement, the competition comes with a $5,000 reward for participants. While the top 3 castles will earn $250, $150, and $100 respectively, 100 random winners will share the remaining $4,500.
One of the entries to the competition is from Maya.
Another castle retweeted by Infinity Skies, belongs to a user named “chiaraerl“. It is however worth noting that it’s only 10 days to the end of the castle building competition.
About Infinity Skies
The Play-to-Earn game, modeled after Sims, and built on the polygon blockchain allows users to build castles on islands situated in the sky, using different structural and decorative objects.
The objects include walls, floors, roofs, furniture, etc, belonging to their respective owners as tradeable NFTs.
The game is currently only available for PC platforms, users can customize castles according to their desires.
Users can defend their castles against attacks from other users, and they can also build social rankings through votes and prestige points given by other users during visitations.
The game rewards the three most prestigious castles monthly using its native token, ISKY. Players can participate in adventures and Immemorial Chronicle quests whose victories would earn them hero badges. Players can also earn weapons, as their strength grows.