While some on Twitter are clamoring about a mainnet launch, AMAZY’s Telegram community is imploring the platform to launch its own app. With the app launch today, users would be able to easily download it. This news comes on the heels of the launch of the AMAZY Marketplace, where users can buy, sell, and trade AMAZY NFT sneakers, earlier this week. Similar to other move-to-earn applications, sneaker NFTs are the assets needed by users to start earning. This was followed by an overview article published on Medium.
Move&Earn was created in response to the growing number of health motivational apps that urge users to get outside and move instead of staring at screens. On August 4, AMAZY released its iOS and Android mobile app. On August 3, AMAZY informed its audience on social media that the platform would soon be receiving an update. Since then, users have been speculating as to what the Move&Earn in question would be.
At the time, Nikolaev also teased that their team, including 50 Azur Games employees, is working on growing the app to the metaverse, which they will call the AMAZY Realverse. Meanwhile, co-founder Sergey Kosenko is working with Tier 1 celebrities and bloggers in growing the AMAZY brand. Kosenko is an influencer himself, with 5.9 million followers on Instagram. On July 22, the platform’s governance token, AZY, was listed on major exchanges, including OKX, ByBit, PancakeSwap, MEXC Global, and Gate.io. The trading volume for the crypto exceeded 10,000,000 within the first 30 minutes after the listing.
In an interview with Forbes just last month, AMAZY co-founder Artem Nikolaev said that their platform differs from other Move&Earn projects since it works on smart contracts and not on a server. Our in-game assets are stored on the stable blockchain with low commission fees (BSC) and not in an internal game wallet that in fact the developers only might own, Nikolaev said.
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