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The Six Dragons Migration to Jumpnet
October 12 - October 14
The open-world role playing game The Six Dragons will move over to Enjin’s Jumpnet blockchain solution, while also introducing new tokenomics. The migration to Enjin’s gas free blockchain solution will happen between October 12th and 14th, and existing players will need to link their Enjin wallet again.
Game studio Blockpegnio will move all blockchain services to Jumpnet. This means that crafting, enchanting and trading will all utilize Enjin’s sidechain solution. Gamers can move NFTs and tokens from Jumpnet to the Ethereum mainnet by using the Enjin bridge. However, this will require users to pay a gas fee if and when they want to do it. It’s not something that’s necessary.
Keep in mind, items on the Ethereum mainnet will still be usable. So there’s no need to spend money on transferring items over to Jumpnet. The Six Dragons will automatically scan your wallet on both Ethereum and Jumpnet.
Blockpegnio decided to move some NFTs over by airdropping them to players on Jumpnet. Those who hold a Governor’s NFT, MFT, any recipes, materials, consumables or TSD tokens, will receive the same on Jumpnet. This will automatically make the items on Ethereum useless. However, they won’t move over equipment because those items are crafted by players and therefore unique.
All old NFTs or tokens on mainnet will be labelled as “MeltMe”. The Six Dragons will allow players to destroy these assets and receive the backed ENJ tokens. The development team considers this a gift to those who jumped into the game early. New tokens on Jumpnet will have smaller amounts of ENJ as backing by the way, because the value of the ENJ token has increased considerably.
Robert Hoogendoorn is a gamer and blockchain enthusiast. He got in touch with crypto in 2014, but the fire really lit in 2017. Professionally he’s a content optimization expert and worked for press agencies and video production companies, always with a focus on the video games & tech industry. He’s a content manager and creator at heart, working on Play to Earn Online Magazine. He’s also Head of Content for DappRadar.