Cryptocurrency enthusiasts know what CryptoKitties is and how the firm behind it promoted the usage of crypto collectibles in the industry. This time, those investors and crypto enthusiasts that like the popular tv series Game of Thrones (GoT), can purchase their own crypto collectibles inspired in GoT.
Game of Thrones Crypto Collectibles Are a Reality
The firm behind this initiative is called Nodesmith, which focuses on the promotion of blockchain technology. The firm works on top of the Aion and Ethereum (ETH) networks. These GoT tokens are ERC20 and can be minted during the last season of Game of Thrones. There are four tokens that have similar characteristics to the characters they represent.
Ned Coin, for example, is linked to Ned Stark, one of the most popular characters during the first season. The interesting thing about this coin is that the character it represents showed that everyone can die. Thus, every single time that a user performs a transaction, there will be 20% chances that the token will be burned (it will disappear).
The second coin represents Brienne, which has loyalty as one of her main values. In this case, users will feel that the coin will be loyal to them, even when the firm does not explain what “loyal” means for this coin and the blockchain ecosystem.
The Hodor Coin will be sending “Hodor” messages on the Ethereum Blockchain using event logs. Finally, there will only be three Daenerys Coins, that represent Daenerys Targaryen. There will only be three of these tokens because in the series she is the owner of three dragons. As everyone wants these dragons, there will only be three Daenerys coins issued.
GoT captured the attention of millions of viewers all around the world that are now following the TV series every single season. This was just one of the reasons why Nodesmith decided to create these tokens based on Game of Thrones by leveraging Blockchain features. Users can use these tokens and see the effect that they have on the blockchain and how it is possible to implement other solutions as well.
CryptoKitties in the past generated a lot of attention in the market. Cats were sold on the blockchain for prices as high as 600 ETH or $282,000 at current USD values.