Surprisingly, fans of both cryptocurrency and Game of Thrones have a reason to thrive. A cryptocurrency startup has put out a limited set of cryptocurrency assets themed after the popular television show.
Nodesmith is the name of the startup and it is from America, reports EthereumWorldNews. According to its website, this firm wants to help users “build fast, user friendly, & scalable blockchain applications, without spending any time on infrastructure.”
Moreover, these themed assets are based are ERC20 tokens, aka based in Ethereum (ETH) technology. Additionally, they can only be crafted during the premiere of this show’s final season. Each one has its own character theme. According to a Medium blog from the company, anyone can take control of their own tokens and “get a piece of the Westeros crypto action!”
Note that none of these assets have value, and are here just for fun. To get some, you only need to submit a transaction on the Ethereum blockchain.
Game of assets
Here are the different assets:
- NedCoin: ‘You either win or you die.’ Whenever a NedStark coin is transferred between two wallets, there is a 1 in 5 chance all coins in the transfer will be burned.
- BrienneCoin: ‘I swear it, by the old gods and the new.’ The Brienne ERC20 always has loyalty pledged to another ERC20 token — but anyone can change which token that is, at any time.
- HodorCoin: ‘Hold the door.’ Whenever Hodor coin is interacted with, ‘Hodor’ will be honored and his words will be written onto the Ethereum chain via event logs.
- DaenerysCoin: ‘Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Dragons’. There are only 3 KhaleesiCoins in existence. Talk about a fixed supply.
Overall, this project is in place to promote Nodesmith as a company. The team is working hard to make blockchain technology more accessible to the mainstream. You can access these assets at Gotcoins.io. Of course, you need to buy Ethereum first.