Blockchain-based game developer Fracture Labs has announced that DIO, the native token for popular game Decimated, is now listed on the ZBX exchange platform.
Decimated is a post-apocalyptic multiplayer survival game developed by Fracture Labs. The company aims to tackle issues in the gaming world such as digital scarcity and piracy.
It solves these issues by placing all in-game items on the Ethereum-based ‘Halo’ platform. In doing so, in-game items are protected from piracy attempts.
This in turn enables players to earn money while playing the Decimated game and overcomes the “fiat-to-token conversion needed in most games with in-game purchases”.
Decimated was named one of the top initial coin offerings (ICOs) of 2019 by Inawara. Reportedly, Decimated saw its community grow from 10,000 to 45,000 “in a matter of days in February this year”.
Decimated’s native token, DIO, is now listed on the ZBX exchange, according to a press release shared with Coin Rivet by Fracture Labs.
ZBX is a recently launched exchange based in Malta. It shares the same infrastructure as the well-known exchange ZB.
The ZB exchange sees $300 million in daily trading volume and boasts “no record of ever having been hacked”.
DIO is an ERC-20 token with a volume of 1 billion. All DIO tokens have been premined, which means no Proof-of-Work (PoW) mining consensus is required.
Instead, it utilises a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus reliant on validators. Validators are rewarded with the fee attached to a transaction.
Stephen Arnold, founder of Fracture Labs, commented on the move:
“We are very excited to share this news with our community. By listing the DIO on ZBX, we feel certain that our users are trading the token under a proper regulatory framework and infrastructure that enables long-term stability and growth for the project.”
Interested in reading more about the post-apocalyptic survival game Decimated? Discover how the game debuted at the Nakamoto’s Den blockchain conference in Cyprus.