The cryptocurrency world has been a wild ride for investors, enthusiasts, and skeptics alike in recent months. As the industry’s popularity continues to grow, there are many new opportunities for investors in all sectors of the economy. Besides NFTs, the newest craze is the growing demand for games that require in-game purchases or pay-to-win models. Brian Sumner’s Galaxy Heroes Coin is bringing hope to both of these sectors through its innovative blockchain protocols.
Galaxy Heroes Coin (GHC) is “a token that is combining both galaxy and superhero themes,” according to Brian Sumner, the project’s founder and CEO. It is a utility-centric Binance Smart Chain (BSC) token with a full staking farm live on the blockchain, play-to-earn (P2E) gaming, and GameFi. In late 2021, GHC unveiled its NFT collection, a gaming protocol, and an NFT marketplace. GHC reported that the marketplace is publicly available for any user who wants to mint or sell NFTs of any kind, so artists and creators from any background will be able to tokenize their work on the platform for a small fee. The only condition is that NFTs sold on the marketplace will have to comply with the GHC superhero theme.
According to official statements from the GHC team, the marketplace was a resounding success from the very first day. The marketplace featured a collection of 5,000 NFTs. 2,500 of the NFTs were randomly generated superheroes that sold within an hour of launching. The team followed that up with 2,500 NFT villains with common, rare, and ultra-rare characteristics. To get them, users need to participate in the auctions held in the marketplace. The holders can stake their NFTs for a portion of the Galaxy Heroes ecosystem listing and gas fees.
The Galaxy Heroes NFTs give their holders access to many benefits within the ecosystem. In the coming months, they will allow users to join the Galaxy Heroes metaverse and take part in exciting quests. To begin with, users will compete for nine parcels of land in the metaverse and potentially win GHC, BNB, or ETH tokens. Users can also stake their NFTs for a Galaxy Heroes Earn (GHE) token, the in-game currency on GHC’s play-to-earn platform, which they can also sell or trade on the GHC exchange.
In other words, Galaxy Heroes’ decentralized gaming platform offers an innovative solution to the shortcomings of current games. In contrast with existing models, the GHC platform provides gamers with a user-friendly interface while utilizing smart contracts. The player-versus-player (PVP) and player-versus-environment (PVE) play-to-earn game Galaxy Heroes X is the newest addition to the Galaxy Heroes ecosystem.
This platform will make it impossible for developers or hackers to cheat players out of their hard-earned assets and let players get more out of their GHC NFT tokens. Players will also have the power to choose what they want to do with their in-game characters. Brian Sumner says his team is working hard to ensure the gaming app will soon be available on Android and iOS.
Outside the metaverse, his team is working to advance science and technology; GHC is the sponsor of the rocket research and development project of one automobile and technology expert. The goal is to become the leading NFT platform on the BSC chain, bringing change in all aspects of life.