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Cross The Ages acquires $12m in seed funding round

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The inventor of a blockchain game identified as Cross The Ages(CTA) has raised the sum of $12million to fund a project. This announcement manifested on Monday after a seed funding round. According to Cross The Ages, the funding round includes some big wigs in the industry. The blockchain gaming developer disclosed fund diversions to promote its brand.

Additionally, the funding came from software brands like Ubisoft crypto gaming, Unicorn Animoca Brands. One of the most notable participant is Sandbox co-founder and chief operating officer, Sebastian Borget. Polygon blockchain network on which Cross The Ages developed, contributed to the funding. According to a statement by CTA, the funds will help to boost the game development.

Also, it intends to maintain talent and steer its go-to-market activities. Since its arrival, CTA has acquired a social network of more than 380,000 users. According to reports, CTA becomes available for public use by June, after reviewing in March.

The emergence of Cross The Ages community

Cross The Ages universe is a vast online customizable card game establish in a conflict of worlds. It is based on seven myths and science illusion novels from well-known authors. According to the report, Cross The Ages enterprise consists of 140 team members including 70 artists who have worked on big projects. Some of these projects include Game of Thrones, star wars, Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter.

Furthermore, Blockchain gaming is an organization still in its developing stage. Yet, it’s competing healthily with other digital card games. According to reports, it rubs up with Blizzard’s Hearthstone and Wizard of the Coast’s Magic and Gathering Arena. In a statement Sami Chlagou, CEO of CTA, said collectible cards have been paper, cardboard, and plastics while representing a physical medium. 

Explaining further, the invention of NFTs made it feasible to compile cards in digital form. To hold the physical version, users must fill a digital form by CTA. However, not all game players are sure of which technology the free-to-play model is built on. According to reports, it’s a result of the US acquisition of the game last week.

However, Cross The Ages revealed its player’s digital assets become in form of a noncustodial token. Tokens are available through in-game platforms. According to CTA, gamers are awarded optithe on to lease, trade or sell, or convert tokens to real cards.

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