An article covering the subject of mission pools and their benefits has now been released and published by Arcade, an authority website in the NFT gaming niche. The report brings to light fascinating information, especially for anyone with even a passing interest in the world of yield chasers, gamers, guilds, game developers, and blockchain enthusiasts. The article can be viewed in full at Arcade/Blog.
Perhaps one of the most exciting or relevant pieces of information the article tries to communicate is that it gives a thorough account of what a mission pool is and the criteria to become a mission pool operator of Arcade. This information is relevant for anyone who has approval from Arcade to lease NFTs to perform in-game activities and is ready to go a step beyond the GameFi community.
Josh, Arcade’s CEO, wanted to use this article to bring particular attention to the subject of Arcade’s Mission Pool Operators and the benefits that come with it. They feel they may have done this best in the following extract:
‘Being a Mission Pool Operator comes with many benefits such as attracting skilled players to a guild or e-sports team by operating out-of-reach NFTs from Play-To-Earn games, turning the passion for gaming into a profession, among many others.’
In discussing the article itself and its development, Josh said:
“Arcade has always been all one needs to experience GameFi. With a marketing approach that is truly worldwide, having a presence in over 15 regions and many languages. Dedicated to their mission of lowering the barrier of entry to Play-To-Earn games and rewards. Arcade is ushering in a truly unique opportunity, allowing anyone to participate in the metaverse.”
Regular readers of Arcade will notice the article takes a familiar tone, described as ‘super relevant and cutting edge.’
Anyone who has a specific question or comment about this article, or any paper previously published on the site, is welcome to contact Arcade via their website at https://arcade2earn.io
Once again, the complete article is available in full at Arcade/Blog.
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