We all heard about Crypto Kitties, a blockchain-based virtual game that allows players to adopt, raise, and trade virtual cats, and it represents one of the earliest attempts to deploy blockchain technology for recreational and leisurely purposes. The game’s popularity in December 2017 congested the Ethereum network, causing for it to reach an all-time high in transactions and slow down significantly.
Today, we have something, maybe even more fun – at least for card lovers. Crypto All Stars are the latest thing and somewhat an addition to Crypto Kitties that promises to” bring all your favorite Twitter shitposters” to the blockchain.
This is the project of Twitter trader Crypto Randy Marsh and the game features many of the cryptoverse’s loudest luminaries including Crypto Cobain, Bitfinexed, and Ari Paul.
So, how does it work?
Each Crypto All Star Card is linked to only one Smart Contract Token on the Ethereum blockchain. When you purchase an All Star Card (Smart Contract), you own the only one in existence. The value of that Crypto All Star Card is automatically re-listed at a higher price, and anyone can buy your card from you by paying the new list price. If someone buys your card from you – you get paid. Contracts double in price with each transaction until they reach 0.05 eth. Once they reach 0.05 eth, they increase by 25%. Every All Star Card sale in the marketplace is cut 92% to owners, 4% to verified All Stars, and 4% to the creators of Crypto All Stars.
Crypto All-Stars came online this Tuesday but already has more than 1000 followers. If you find yourself a “true player”, you can choose from multiple “crypto-celebrities”. There is “CryptoCobain” you can purchase for only 11.7953 eth, or if that is too pricey, you can always go for the Venture Coinist’s Luke Martin – only 8.8701 eth. There are also cheaper deals that you can have with Crypto Punks, Ether Tulips, Crypto Kitties, but also Crypto Titties and a bunch of other blockchain trading games you can find at OpenSea Marketplace. Just don’t forget – the House always wins.