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Forfeiting $1.8M in ETH by WoW-wannabe Ragnarok

another starry-eyed streamer looking to integrate MMORPG gaming, the metaverse, and the NFT has been damaged by Crypto’s crash. Ragnarok is Not to be amazed at any existing MMO that uses that name.

leveling up, looting, killing monsters, and socializing with others are the feature of specific MMO aspirations of This self-proclaimed “true metaRPG”.

Ronin is one of the Avator NFTs that is coined on the Ethereum blockchain and also created in a restricted minting of 7777.

Eager players have to link to a crypto wallet before starting the game because the game has a playable browser-based demo.
Fanferon as head of the project for discovering a way that can blockchain link, for gas fees players to pay less is writing a series of blogs in February.
Admire the idea of ​​batch minting, and are talking about improvement plans.

“build something similar” was the team’s purpose indicated by Discord Missiles.

CEO has mentioned in his blog that he lost $1.827 million in the game in the ETH is one of the reasons that he selling his position in ETH and also crypto prices have crashed all summer.
Investors were pulled from the second round.

The CEO says all of the company’s losses have been paid by reducing his compensation. By his figures, the average salary for 56 core team members is $22,000.
After having a debate with the investors Fanfaron has protected his position as CEO of the games company despite the investment’s failure and Ragnarok The team is establishing a board of consultants and conducting monthly business review calls.

Expanding game features including an arcade, new arena, and party purposes will happen by using a $10M budget in this project.

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