At a time when the bear market is obvious, the platform we’ve previously covered has distinguished itself through all-around engagement and activity, organizing a one-Bitcoin tournament and launching a new play-to-earn game based on fantasy soccer.
These innovations, along with the already extensive list of features Noku offers, have allowed for a remarkable increase in users despite the fact that the moment is not too bright for the crypto and NFT industry.
84,500 registered users and more than 10,000 daily active players among the various games offered, including a play-to-earn style metaverse, make Noku an increasingly solid and interesting reality, from which we expect great things for 2023, with the final version of World Super League and, probably, a new play-to-earn on the horizon.
The boom in Noku trends
Noku and WSL are on the rise in Google trends, thanks to the rich tournaments organized by the platform.
The World Super League alone, though born only recently, quietly garners more than 6,000 users per game, figures that can compete with industry giants such as MOBOX and God’s Unchained.
In fact, the fantasy football game has already gathered thousands of fantasy coaches ready to compete in world cup competitions to aspire for the ultimate prize of an impressive 5,000 Noku.
Crypto Heroes has not been idle; the platform’s first game has seen a 20% increase in the last month with regard to PFP volumes, and a 35% increase in the marketplace as a whole.
What’s coming in the future
There is also a new tournament being held recently on Noku, specifically on the game Crypto Heroes, dedicated to Cryppo NFT owners.
Thus there are many new things announced by the platform officially and unofficially, details will be unveiled during the Christmas party, which we will cover later.