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Why MANA and SAND Holders are Stocking up on Securedverse (SVC)

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The Securedverse presale is sprinting to an early sell-out, as the broader gaming community buys SVC coins in bulk to take advantage of the early-stage discounts. The free-to-play, first-person shooter game has not only caught the attention of crypto gamers, but also traditional gamers, ever since the game trailer went live.

Simple Controls, Intense Combat

At the heart of Securedverse is a first-person shooter game that combines the excitement of intense combat with the innovation of Web 3.0. Here, you compete with others in fast-paced, free-for-all battles with the goal of becoming the last player standing. As you prove your worth in various game modes and climb the leaderboard, you will earn the in-game currency SVC.

Yes, the game is both free-to-play and play-to-earn. That’s mostly unheard of in the crowded blockchain gaming market, which is known for its high entry barriers.  We have seen how the prices of tokens like SAND and MANA went through the roof amid the P2E mania, limiting their access. What followed was a tragic crash. Traditional video games are no exception, often charging players before they’ve even started the gameplay and employing manipulative tactics to maximize profits.

The Securedverse gameplay is centered around your ability to choose a hero and equip them with weapons of your choice. Securedverse offers different game modes to keep the experience fresh and engaging. As of now, there are four types of characters in the game.

  1. Cyborg: A half-human, half-machine hybrid, equipped with powerful weapons and highly skilled in combat.
  2. Scarlett: A skilled hacker with exceptional skills to manipulate computer systems, security networks, etc. She supports other players in disabling enemy defenses and disrupting their attacks.
  3. Reaper: A powerful assassin equipped with advanced weapons. He strikes from the shadows to eliminate his targets.
  4. Shiver: A former agent and skilled fighter who now works for the good guys.

Where Web 3.0 technology meets Web 2.0 gaming experience 

While the Securedverse economy is powered by crypto tokens, it doesn’t let the earning aspect take attention away from the game. In fact, the complex player-owned economies incentivize players to push their frontiers and demonstrate advanced levels of skill.

The project’s goal is to bridge crypto and traditional gaming in a way that benefits players. The free-to-play foundation of the game offers a fun stream of income to players. It will be regularly optimized for growth and wealth creation, to establish its name in the Play-to-Earn and GameFi spaces. The more you perform, the more your rewards.  As the game evolves and the ecosystem expands to more users, players will be able to stake their SVC coins in exchange for attractive rewards.

The Securedverse ecosystem is designed to promote the healthy and widespread usage and decentralization of the SVC token. The fast, secure, and public transactions go a long way in facilitating a smooth gaming experience.

What is next?

The Securedverse game is ready for release, having completed the initial stage of development. It will go live soon after the presale of SVC. After that, the project has an exciting road ahead this year, with multiple product updates and integrations underway. Here is a glimpse:

By phase 4, things will get more exciting with the launch of special events. They will be a great source of additional income for users. Around the same time, the development of the virtual reality game will begin, which allows players to fully immerse themselves in the Securedverse world.

SVC powers Securedverse

SVC, or the Securedverse Coin, serves as the primary currency that powers the platform’s economy and facilitates transactions between users. It will be a means of exchange, a store of value, and a unit of account within the ecosystem. In addition, it will be used for incentivization and staking. You can use it to buy in-game items, access premium features, and participate in various other activities within the Securedverse ecosystem.

Of course, you can also trade SVC on leading DEXs and CEXs for other cryptocurrencies or fiat money once it goes live. The much-awaited release of the game, which has nearly completed development, is expected to trigger the first bull run for the token this year. The series of updates and integrations that follow will sustain its value.

A 20X price rise by the end of 2023 is not a long shot for SVC if the roadmap unfolds as planned. In that case, it won’t be long before Securedverse gives blockchain gaming projects like Sandbox and Decentraland a run for their money with intense gaming mechanics and low entry barriers.

The long-term projection of the token also looks good, with the game’s move to the virtual world and the launch of special events.

Total Supply 700M $SVC
Public Presale Supply 140M $SVC
1st Stage – 35M $SVC 1 USDT = 69 $SVC

Price: 0.0143 USDT

2nd Stage – 35M $SVC 1 USDT = 53 $SVC

Price: 0.0186 USDT

3rd Stage — 35M $SVC 1 USDT = 43 $SVC

Price: 0.023 USDT

4th Stage — 35M $SVC 1 USDT = 33 $SVC

Price: 0.03 USDT

Since the price of SVC increases as the presale moves to the higher stages, it is best to stock up on it early. The presale funds will be used for exchange listings and game development primarily.

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