A limited edition of SSR NFT characters from “Five Stars” by Sky People, was sold out in record time.
Seoul, South Korea – On February 21st, to mark the launch of “Five Stars” server 2, a total of 20 limited sales events were held for 10 each of the two SSR new characters of Five Stars’, ‘Peyton’ and ‘Isaiah’.
This NFT game character sale took place on the ‘Mineral Hub’ NFT Marketplace developed by the Sky People. After the character registration in ‘Five Stars,’ it can be used in-game.
The event started at 10:00 a.m. (UTC), and each item was supposed to be put up for sale registration randomly, one at a time, with no time limit. However, at the same time as NFT sales registration, the price of a single sold NFT, which costs about $450, was completely sold out at lightning speed.
A representative from Five Stars stated, “This campaign, which was not limited to the existing Korean NFT market but rather focused on worldwide NFT sales, was conducted through online media in multiple countries and we focused on attracting game players across the globe.”
” “Five Stars” is a mobile RPG collecting game in which players may gather gorgeous characters with outstanding game illustrations and participate in intense strategic fights with a diverse selection of content to enjoy.
Five Stars stands out because of its blockchain-based Play-to-Earn (P2E) features.
Inside the Five Stars, STAR is the in-game currency used for tokenomics. Players can earn STAR by participating in boss raids and seasonal PvP. Players may use STAR to increase the character’s stats and it can also be used as currency inside the game.
Additionally, by trading for Mineral on the Dex market, it can be exchanged into cash.
Mineral has already been listed on Coinone and MEXC cex, where it is currently available for trade.
Follow Five Stars on Mineral Discord or Mineral LinkTree for additional information and updates.
Organization: Sky People
Contact Person: Kim Seung Wan
Country: South Korea
Release Id: 2202232570
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