Yield farming game Cometh on the Polygon blockchain has introduced $10 M.U.L.E. spaceships, alongside a $150,000 competitive tournament. The cheap spaceship serve as an introduction into the game, and players also receive a bit of MUST. These new recruits can join regular $1,000 Cometh playground mining battles.
Using a M.U.L.E. spaceship gamers can battle for MATIC, MUST and ComethSwap LP tokens. Even better is the possibility to earn a Polygon Galactic Cup ticket. This will grant players access to a big blockchain-powered esports tournament where 4,000 players will compete for $40,000 in Polygon token prizes. Only players using Common spaceship NFTs will be allowed in the tournament, which will start on July 10th.
You can find an entry ticket using your M.U.L.E., but you can also stake MUST tokens. By staking MUST you earn points, which can be redeemed for spaceships or other NFTs. In this case of course a ticket to the tournament. The Polygon Galactic Cup is just the first stage of the bigger tournament, as only the top 500 players receive a ticket for the next tournament.
Another tournament in Cometh
We already know 1,500 players can join the Polygon Galactic Trophy on July 17th. There will be $50,000 in prizes up for grabs. During this tournament only common and uncommon ships can participate. At this tournament only 100 players will receive a ticket for the Polygon Cup Grand Prix, where only 300 players can join in total. Here $60,000 will be available to win, mythic ships can also join the fun, and it all starts on July 25th.
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What is Cometh?
Cometh is a space game, but above all it’s gamified DeFi product. They describe themselves as a ‘DeFi powered game with yield generating NFT’. Active players can mine MUST tokens using their NFT spaceships. A share of every NFT purchase goes directly in the MUST pools for the game. That way Cometh really is a mix from a game and a DeFi product.
No matter whether you look at Cometh from an investment or gaming perspective, the promise is quite cool. You control a spaceship, and you need to position it to mine tokens. Navigating the galaxy can be done by ‘linking up’ with other spaceships. When other players use your spaceship, you earn MUST. The good thing about the game is that it runs entirely on a layer2 solution, Polygon blockchain to be precise. So there won’t be any crazy gas fees.
Recently Cometh already introduced multiple solar systems. That way the game can deal with the influx of new players into their DeFi ecosystem. In addition they introduced the ability to drop a rover onto an asteroid for extra bonus drops.
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