Tokenized collectibles is a young but super promising niche of blockchain entrepreneurship. There are projects that issue sports collectibles on the basis of blockchain - most of them cooperate is soccer teams - so, in my opinion, Epiktoken has room for development. The tokenization of virtual goods might constitute the next wave of blockchain application, but the project needs to work on their solution much faster, or somebody else will snatch this idea from them.
L0vely_wh0re August 26, 2019 Reply
It’s a pity that I can’t find out more about Epiktoken because I can’t enter their website. I am a gamer by vocation, so everything that has to do with this topic interests me a lot. Trading virtual goods for cryptocurrency seems like a great idea to me, because this area of gaming experience has been yearning for monetization. I mean, I have tons of skins, in-game loot and such, but I can’t do anything with it - these things are the virtual junk so far. Hope Epiktoken will help me to figure something out.
Geri July 28, 2019 Reply
The way that some startups try to sell their idea as something totally unique - while there are dozens of projects that had already put it into practice - is really ridiculous. SkinCoin, Socios, Fantasteca - these are the projects that already operate on the market with similar ideas. I am not trying to bring the guys from Epiktoken down, but they are lagging behind, not leading the way. Besides, I have noticed that some team members indicate this project as BLMP in their LinkedIn profiles. That’s really confusing: did they rebrand or what?
Dolph July 8, 2019 Reply
The project is relatively new, and it currently lacks any reliable ratings given by experts. However, it does have quite an interesting vision which is bound to interconnect the gaming world, provided that the project is successful. It has a strong, verified team, as well as numerous verified advisors.
Ronald July 4, 2019 Reply
One issue lies with its white paper, which is not currently accessible. However, as many other projects, it is likely still working on some final details of the document. If the ICO's time and date get announced with the white paper still lacking, however, that might be taken as a red flag. For now, it appears to be a legitimate project that might allow the gaming industry to take the next step, and become inseparable from the blockchain, which will likely allow both industries to progress, and possibly let blockchain make the next step towards mass adoption.
Castor June 5, 2019 Reply
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