Developed by an all-star team that included Blockade Games CTO Ben Heidorn, MyCryptoHeroes’ Michael Arnold, Battle Racers’ Paul Gadi and Alice Wallet’s Mark Pereira, the game allows players to leverage their CryptoKitties to take on a boss character and compete for real DAI. The game converts CryptoKitties to a wrapped ERC-20 version that is then tradeable with DAI using a Uniswap contract.
Players send their CryptoKitties, which can be powered up with DAI, at the boss until it is defeated. At that time, all of the DAI spent leading up to the victory is paid out to the lucky winner that struck the killing blow.
We hacked together a Gaming / DeFi Raid Game at #ETHDenver:
Attack the Raid Boss with your Kitties. The killing blow wins all defeated Kitties, payed out in #Dai.
Key Mechanic: CK -> WCK -> DAI
Live on Rinkeby: https://t.co/nvhNgRBMhK
— Michael Arnold | akzent.eth (@marnold_mch) February 16, 2020
According to Heidorn, he was responsible for writing the game’s smart contracts while Arnold developed the UI and UX, Gadi worked on the backend API and Pereira created the Web 3 integration and backend.
— YT🗝 (@coin_artist) February 17, 2020
Die Kitty Dai is a good representation of the potential of both decentralized finance and blockchain gaming as the game builds off a previous blockchain game (CryptoKitties), leverages DeFi transactions and monetizes the video game experience for users.
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