Play to earn is a growing trend in games where you earn rewards in virtual items called Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). In exchange for completing certain tasks, gamers are able to claim digital assets like weapons, skins, mounts, emotes, and even cars. These digital goods are unique, meaning one item cannot be used for another purpose. They can be sold for real money, traded among friends, or given away as gifts.
The concept originated in the world of crypto-collectibles, such as CryptoKitties, where people could buy and sell digital kittens online. However, it quickly spread into the mainstream market, becoming popular on platforms like Steam, Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, and Nintendo Switch.
How do I earn in Blankos Block Party?
Blankos Block Party is a free browser based party game where you build a house out of blocks and invite friends to join you. You can buy items in the game store, such as furniture, decorations, and pets, which help make your house look better. In addition, there are different kinds of challenges called “blocks,” which give you rewards like blanko bucks, nfts, and even gift cards. Completing challenges helps you progress towards getting bigger prizes.
How do I check my challenges?
Once you’ve downloaded and logged in to the game, you’ll see your challenges by going to your Party Pass menu. You can access it by pressing the Esc key while playing the game. If you don’t see anything there, try restarting your console or just wait a few minutes.
If you’re having trouble finding your challenges, here are some tips:
• Make sure you’re signed into your PlayStation Network account.
• Click View All Challenges.
• Select the date range you want to see.
• Scroll down to find your challenges.
• Find the Challenge ID number next to each challenge. This is how we know what challenge you’re looking for.
• Use the arrow keys to select the challenge you want to play. Press X to start.
I joined late and I couldn’t get a particular NFT!
You’ve been waiting for months to complete the questline in World of Warcraft Classic. You finally got there, but now you’re stuck because you missed out on some of those quests. Or maybe you just want to see what else you could do in WoW Classic. Either way, Blizzard wants to help you out.
The developer announced today that players who join the game during the “Party Pass Season 2” will receive a special reward. If you log into the game during the party pass period, you will automatically unlock the “Nefarian’s Coin,” a currency item that allows you to purchase items from the Mythic Market. This includes the “Frostwolf Coats” and “Winter’s Wrath.” These are both cosmetic items that allow you to change your appearance.
If you miss out on getting the coin while playing during the party pass, you will be able to buy it later on once the event concludes. As always, you won’t have access to the Nefarian’s Coin until you finish the entire questline.
Are my Accessories or Blankos NFTs?
Blankos and Accessories are both NFTs, but some items are considered “blank,” meaning they’re not NFTs. Here’s how to tell whether or not something is an NFT.
This works for Blankos and Accessories.
You can also check the NFT status directly in the Shop by clicking on the NFT tag on the bottom left of the screen.
If you want to know what Mint#’s are on your Blankos/Accessories, you can find that information on the Item Details Page.
Can I get free Blankos NFTs from events?
Mythical Games has been giving out free NFTs for various events over the years. Some examples include the 2021 E3 stream, FoL build challenge, Valentine’s build challenge, winter build challenge, frostbyte event, early sign ups (camo j & billy a bones), and many others.
To ensure you don’t miss another opportunity, make it a habit to follow the official PlayBlanks on twitter or discord. The blankos junction discord also links to the official announcements.
Is there a token/coin/cryptocurrency for Blankos?
Blankos are a virtual reality game developed by the team behind the popular mobile VR game Star Trek Timelines. In it, players take control of Captain Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Uhura as they explore the galaxy, fight enemies and complete missions. They do this while wearing a set of augmented reality glasses called the Holodeck.
The game launched in 2017 and has been downloaded over 10 million times since.
In 2018, the developers announced that they would be releasing a second iteration of the game called Blankos 2.0. This version contains a number of improvements including a new story mode, additional playable characters and a new feature called Holodance.
Holodance allows players to dance around as they play, much like you might see in a music video. You could even use it to learn how to dance.
When the game launches later this month, players will receive some free coins called Moola. These are used to purchase items within the game. However, these coins aren’t really worth anything. There is no way to convert them into real money.
What is the marketplace & how do I get access?
The Mythical Market Place is an online store where players can trade their NFTs and accessories. We are a P2P marketplace based on blockchain technology. Players can deposit fiat currency into their account, and exchange it for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, etc. They can use these currencies to buy items directly from each other. You don’t even need to log in everytime you want to make a purchase. This allows us to offer a safe, secure, fast and easy way to buy and sell NFTs and accessories without having to trust anyone else.
We’re still working out some kinks in our system, but we hope to launch soon. In the meantime, please follow these instructions to sign up for our beta program. Once signed up, you’ll receive an email invitation to join the beta group. If you haven’t received one within 24 hours, please check your spam folder.
Is my Blanko/Accessory valuable?
The game of collecting unique items is a big part of the fun. But what happens when you collect too many of one item? That’s where the concept of selling your collection comes into play. When you sell your items, you are essentially creating an asset that others can buy. These assets can hold value depending on a variety of different factors, such as serial number, total quantity, event distribution, age, initial price, art detail, skill tree, artist level, backstory, boxed or unboxed, mashup design and matching accessories.
If you want to know how much your collection is worth, we recommend contacting us via our contact form. We’ll help you determine the value of your collection and provide you with a fair market value.
Does unboxing my Blankos devalue it?
Blanko is a game where players collect, trade, and battle virtual toys called Blankos. Players start off with one blanko and can buy additional ones. They use those to power up their own Blanks, and eventually build a collection of them. Each toy has stats and abilities, and there are different types of toys. Some are useful for combat, some are good for farming, and others are just decorative.
In this post I want to talk about how unboxing affects the value of your Blanks. Let me explain why I think this happens. First, let’s look at the different ways you can use your Blanks.
Unboxing your Blanko can decrease the value of your Blanka because it makes your collection less unique. If you decide to keep your unboxed Blanka around for a while, you might find yourself selling it later down the road. This is especially true if you don’t sell it immediately after unboxing it. There’s no way to know whether someone else bought it earlier, and now you can’t resell it.
Things to Consider:
You can’t put Blankos back in their boxes.
If you unbox a Blanko, you won’t be able to re-use it again.
You can level up/Grade Up your Blanko using Moolah, Gumballs, and XP Chips.
After you unbox it, you can still upgrade your Blanko using MooLah, Gumballs, or XP Chips.
Which token standard does Blankos use?
Blankos Block Party is scheduled to launch on February 21st. This event will feature a live stream, music performances, food trucks, games, art installations, and much more.
The festival will take place at the historic downtown area of San Francisco known as Civic Center Plaza. The event will run from 11am – 10pm PST.
On February 20th, Blankos announced that they are working closely with the EOS development team to implement a custom token standard based on the Goods protocol. In addition to being able to purchase tickets with BLK tokens during the event, attendees will also be able to buy BLK tokens with fiat currency.
For more information on the Blankos Block Party, visit blankostheparty.com.
Where are these NFTs stored then?
Blankos NFTs are stored on a private blockchain called Mythical Games. They are stored there because it allows the team to scale up quickly without having to deal with issues such as scalability, security, privacy, etc.
In parallel, they are working towards connecting to public blockchains once the Open Beta launches to enable players to hold their NFTs on their own wallets and private key pairs. This will give players access to the full range of features, including trading and selling their NFTs on exchanges.
Mythical Games has also stated they intend to launch a bridge to Ethereum Main net after the Open Beta. This will allow players to trade their NFTs on the main network through the same interface.