World of Ether, an Ethereum based crypto collectible game, has just sealed a partnership that will catapult the game straight to the top. The team behind the project is steadily ramping up for their Q1 release and to date, has sold 1711 “presale” eggs on the game’s site. Each egg hatches into a monster that you can either collect, battle, breed, sire or sell. The community around the game is buzzing as players anxiously await new and emerging details on the game’s intricacies.
Well, folks, the team at World of Ether has officially partnered with Coinbase’s app, Toshi. Toshi is a mobile browser for the Ethereum blockchain, and it allows users on their mobile devices to interface with decentralized applications (dApps). This is huge news for egg holders as originally the game could only be accessed via desktop, with MetaMask. With this new partnership, users can play World of Ether anywhere.
In an interview with CryptoCurrencyNews the game’s Head of Product, Ram Berrouet, said:
“We really like how Toshi makes crypto accessible for the masses. We’re hoping that World of Ether will get many who wouldn’t previously be interested in crypto, interested and that through mobile, it’ll be very easy for these people to join.”
As you can see from the screenshot above, World of Ether is now listed in Toshi’s Featured section. The game can now be translated into English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
Last week, World of Ether launched their Affiliate program that rewards users in $100 USD worth of Ether, for each egg that has been sold.
Just this weekend, Tron Dogs launched their mobile version of their crypto-collectible game. There has yet to be a single game on the market that has drastically risen the price of a coin on just a release alone. However, this was not the case on Friday as the price of TRX grew nearly 30% just shortly after its mobile release.
Will World of Ether raise the price of ETH after its game launch? It definitely has the potential. With both a desktop and mobile version available and anticipation brewing within the community, there is a definite possibility. If you’d like to stay up-to-date with World of Ether, subscribe to our newsletters on our site or you can follow the game’s progress on their Medium, Twitter, or Telegram.