55,000 NFT Meta Cricket League tickets sold out in nine minutesKiana Griffin
Jump.trade, GuardianLink’s gaming non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, sold 55,000 Meta Cricket League (MCL) collectibles within nine minutes of launch on Friday, Economic Times reported.
The $25 Super Loot NFT marked GuardianLink’s foray into the AI-powered metaverse gaming industry. The ERC-721 NFTs contained a unique intelligent learning system based on the game’s artificial intelligence and were created at GuardianLink layer 2, which operates on Polygon, Ethereum, Avalanche and Solana cross-bridge networks.
Meta Cricket League is a new play-to-earn (P2E) game that allows players to earn rewards by climbing the leaderboards.
Jump.trade is expected to launch Chelsea Football Club collectible NFTs with exclusives such as tickets, signed postcards and photographs representing the team’s history since 1905.