Blockchain-based video game Decimated has had its DIO token listed on Maltese cryptocurrency exchange ZBX.
The post-apocalyptic survival multiplayer game, which allows players to source non-fungible tokens (NFTs), is built on Unreal Engine 4.
Players can trade NFTs with peers for the DIO token, which has been pre-mined and utilises a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus that is reliant on validators.
ZBX is a Maltese digital asset exchange that boasts high levels of regulatory compliance. Aside from the DIO token, ZBX facilitates the trade of Bitcoin, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, and several other cryptocurrencies.
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— DECIMATED – Official (@decimated_game) May 1, 2019
“Decimated is a project we are very pleased to list. At ZBX, we are adhering to stringent procedures with regards to projects that we decide to list. Decimated provides real value for their users and a token where we can envisage long-term interest from dedicated gamers as well as cryptocurrency investors alike,” says Dave Pulis, CEO of ZBX, according to an official press release shared with Coin Rivet.
Users who sign up on ZBX can now reportedly win up to $250 worth of DIO tokens in a DIO trading competition.