Decentral Games makes a monumental announcement on its DAO move
January 20, 2021 at 21:22 PM EST
Marking the first-ever DAO-governed virtual land development entity
Road Town, Tortola Jan 20, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Built-in Decentraland, Decentral Games is the first-ever metaverse casino owned by its users and provides provably fair casino games in a 3D metaverse. Since its main net launch in December, it experienced exponential growth of over 800 users with total bets of $8 million USD and a total locked value of $5 million USD in just six weeks. Decentral Games now ranks one of the tops on the dApps charts and its token (DG) is trending on Coingecko.
On January 20, Decentral Games announced the addition of 400 Decentraland LAND parcels to the DAO wallet - a $500,000 USD market value. Now, $DG token holders who create community proposals can vote to build out casinos, games, art galleries, and more on any of the 400 LAND parcels in the $DG DAO. This move will secure future expansion and boost the platform even further.
"This is a significant move for all Decentral Games' stakeholders and communities, especially for the $DG holders knowing that vigorous expansion and growth are on the horizon. Moreover, to add even more value into the $DG DAO, we will be transferring 3000 DG (over $150,000 USD, at time of publication) to the DAO to manage and allocate towards grants, development, marketing, etc." said the Project Lead of Decentral Games, Miles Anthony.
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Decentral Games is the world's first community-owned Metaverse Casino. It is part of the bigger ecosystem of Decentraland, powered by the Ethereum blockchain.
Decentraland is a decentralized virtual world governed by its users through a DAO (decentralized autonomous organization). The platform is powered by the Ethereum blockchain. Within the Decentraland platform, users can create, experience, and monetize their content and applications.
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