Genopets is a play-to-earn game with a twist. It is a move-to-earn mobile RPG that rewards users for taking steps throughout their day. The game is powered by the Solana blockchain and has gained massive popularity for its innovation. Now, they have released a glossary of terms in order to make their game available to crypto and NFT newbies.
Genopets is the first “move-to-earn” NFT game. Since their start in March 2021, just under a year ago, they have gained over 148,000 followers on Twitter. Further, they have over 166,000 members in their Discord community, which has people talking about the project on a daily basis.
They claim to be a true-role playing game that allows users to challenge their friends. In order to earn rewards, users must work out their bodies, minds and spirit through a “digital familiar”. Especially, physical movement can transform into in-game progression, allowing people to upgrade and evolve their Genopet NFT.
The Genoverse is driven by a dual token system, with $GENE and $SKI with Solana asset support. Genopets is governed and supported by their native $GENE tokens, which are used for governance. Players earn the $KI token daily through movement and battles as an in-game reward.
In addition, the team behind the project is doxxed with names and faces on their website: Albert Chen, Benjamin Tse and Jay Chang. The three team members have combined 35 years of experience in their fields.
The glossary, which is on the Genopets’ medium blog, features 10s of definitions for many terms within crypto, NFTs and the unique game of Genopets. From definitions of basic terms like “blockchain” and even “crypto” to complex game jargon like “Esoterra”, the Genopet home planet and “refined crystal”, which is a type of NFT in the Genopets universe. There are so many words on the page to note in one piece, so you can find Genopet’s original article here.