Top Play-to-Earn and NFT Games of the Week – April 3

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Another week just went by, let’s have a look at the top play-to-earn games by active users and check out what the hottest pieces of virtual real estate are.

Top play-to-earn games by active users

GameActive Users 7 daysChange
1. Splinterlands535k +1.4%
2. Alien Worlds389k +5.7%
3. ParWar198k +13.4%
4. MOBOX: NFT Farmer181k +18%
5. Crazy Defense Heroes160k -7%
6. Upland132k -0.6%
7. Farmers World117k +8.8%
8. Defi Kingdoms76k +35.8%
9. Axie Infinity61k -10.2%
10. Bomb Crypto49k -5.9%

The top 10 is quite similar to last week’s expect for the rise of Defi Kingdoms to the 8th spot. The gamified DeFi experience which was, until last week, on Harmony One, is now a multi-chain project. They launched their own subnet on the Avalanche network and early adopters are rewarded with impressive APRs, bringing more users and liquidity to Defi Kingdoms. Stay tuned for our upcoming article on the topic.

Top Virtual Worlds NFTs

CollectionVolume traded 7 days in ETHChange
1. The Sandbox1,246.7-4.5%
2. NFT Worlds.886.4-41.9%
3. Decentraland690.2-23.2%
4. The Sandbox Assets444+18.1%
5. Worldwide Webb Land293+55.3%
6. Town Star291+24.4%
7. Treeverse Plots132+209.7%
8. Netvrk Land113-53%
9. Ember Sword Land86+12.8%
10. Cryptovoxels81-40.3%
Source OpenSea

This week, we finally see NFT Worlds land sales slowing down, but still retaining an impressive volume. With Alpha Season 2 coming to an end, The Sandbox gets its first place back, and by far if we add the figures for Lands and Assets.

With some recent announcements about the development progress, Treeverse plots sales grew by an impressive 209% this past week.

Top announcements of the week

1. Axie Infinity Origin Will Go Live on April 7th

After one of the biggest DeFi hacks of all time, for a total loss of $625m, Sky Mavis announced a delay in the release of Axie Infinity Origin, their updated version of the game. The download will be available to all players on April, 7th, inside the Mavis Hub. – Read more

2. OpenSea to Add Solana NFTs

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Already the go-to marketplace for many NFTs on the Ethereum network, OpenSea announced plans to expand to the Solana blockchain as well. This will bring the number of supported blockchains for OpenSea up to four. In addition to Solana, OpenSea already supports Ethereum, Polygon, and Klatyn. – Read more

3. Ronin Bridge Hack, $625 Million Lost in the Biggest DeFi Hack to Date

The Ronin blockchain, developed by Sky Mavis, the team behind Axie Infinity got hacked and around $625 million were stolen, making it the biggest hack in DeFi history. What happened and what does it mean for RON holders and Axie Infinity players? – Read more

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