Venom blockchain-based decentralized marketplace Valicit has sold over 230,000 tickets within 24 hours before the Numi Stories Club 404 game’s launch on Venom’s testnet.
According to a statement shared with CryptoSlate, the tickets grant players early access to the multiplayer features of the Numi metaverse’s Numi Stories game.
Numi Stories is “reminiscent of popular rhythm games like Dance-Dance-Revolution but with a unique RPG twist.” The rhythm action mobile game allows users to execute tasks and engage with VTubers using Numi Club NFTs. It is currently available for download on both iOS and Android devices.
Despite the high level of demand, Valicit allows users to trade tickets easily as it eliminates the bottlenecks prevalent on traditional ticketing platforms. According to its website, the platform will enable users and event organizers to verify the legitimacy of tickets using blockchain authentication powered by Venom.
Venom is a regulatory-compliant blockchain licensed by the Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM). Venom Foundation built the network on Threaded Virtual Machine (TVM).
Mohammad Binyamin Chaudhry, Valicit founder, noted that the significant number of ticket sales was a testament to the efficacy of the platform’s solution and validated their belief in the power of blockchain.
Numi CEO Victor Tumasov expressed joy to be among Venom’s first projects featured on the Valicit ticket platform. Tumasov said:
“For us the ability to sell tickets to events in our metaverse is a very interesting possibility that gives us a lot of potential cool use cases.”
He added that the game’s first event would be a PvP mode, allowing users to compete in one-on-one dance faceoffs.
The PvP event, which will end on the night of September 5th, promises to reward the top 100 players with an exclusive NFT premium RadLad set.
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