DeFi Land, a multichain agriculture-simulation game built on Solana to gamify Decentralized Finance (DeFi), has launched a new play-to-earn (P2E) agriculture-related game feature.
DeFi Land, the third most popular game by market cap, is currently the largest. More features are likely to be added today.
The DeFi Land team claims that the platform raised $1.75million from the sale Non-Fungible Tokens, (NFT), when it was launched earlier in the year.
DeFi Land, which is normally a free-to play game, allows players to join with no starting funds. They can also compete with other players on a leaderboard to earn monthly reward points.
DeFi Land’s new P2E game feature
Users can now perform all activities related to agriculture, including shooting and fishing, after the full P2E launch. The P2E team promised that players will have access to the game and will display basic farming simulations such as Stardew Valley or Harvest Moon.
🚜🙌 DeFi Land Play and Earn – Beta Phase 2 is now live!
🧑🌾👩🌾Enjoy the fastest building process in the world when you join our global community #Solana blockchain game. In our Metaverse, you can craft, fish and harvest, as well as shoot, and many other things.
— DeFi Land | Beta Phase 2🚜 (@DeFi_Land) May 18, 2022
The game’s native tokens, DFL tokens will be awarded to players. A new currency, GOLDY, will also be available.
GOLDY and DFL allow players to upgrade their NFTs, craft, customize, and repair in-game objects. The developers claim that players can use the currencies to socially interact with other players.
These P2E game features are only available to DeFi Land Gen-0 NFT players. OpenSea data indicates that the floor price is currently at 1.55 SOL. This is about $88 in today’s market.
More integrations in the works
DeFi Land developers noted that in the coming months they will be exploring ‘’a multichain future’’ as well as announcing more chain integrations this June.
DeFi Land alpha mobile is also in development. It will be released between July and September of this year.