Legends Of Aria Incorporates A New One-Token Model Economy

With pay-to-earn gaming finding survivability difficult, some companies are trying new ideas.

Aspen Pash
By Aspen Pash, News Editor July 5, 2022
Share:

Aria One-Token System

Legends of Aria will be moving to a one-token economic model. What this means is, with the new launch of Legends of Aria, $ARIA will be a deflationary currency or every time the tokens are spent in-game or in the games NFT marketplace, the tokens will be burned and removed from circulation. This means that almost all utility for the token will contribute to a continually decreasing supply.

Now, as far as in-game currency and earnings go, Legend of Aria uses gold as their in-game currency and that will not be launched as a cryptocurrency, nor can it be minted as an NFT. While players cannot earn money by collecting gold coins, they can however use their gold coins to purchase virtual assets like weapons, armor, and houses, which then can be minted into an NFT and sold in the game’s marketplace.

The reason behind the change to a one-token economy was because the traditional dual-token play-to-earn model requires a continuous increase in players and cash flow into the economy that will falter once players stop joining and stop spending. According to Legends of Aria, this new approach was made to focus on improving the game, focus less on the promise of earnings, and all around more fun.

Share:
Got a news tip? Contact us directly here!

About the Author

Aspen Pash
Aspen Pash, News Editor
Aspen is an avid gamer currently residing in Japan. She is most attracted to games narrative design and is a huge fan of player choice in games. If Aspen is not playing games, she is most certainly writing about them.

Discussion (1)

Flintstone 1 month ago
Its still walking into walls.
I think these devs are doing it a lot when they should of walked as straight as they were in their beta days and to forget these mad ideas that are just going keep sending them backwards. As its still gambling.


You May Enjoy

Activision Supposedly Won’t Release A Mainline Call Of Duty Game In 2023...So New "Premium" Content It Is Then

Activision Supposedly Won’t Release A Mainline Call Of Duty Game In 2023...So New "Premium" Content It Is Then

However, ‘premium paid content’ is on the way.

By Aspen Pash - 1 week ago
ArenaNet Kicks Off Another "Festival Of The Four Winds" Event And Debuts Balance Updates In Latest Guild Wars 2 Patch

ArenaNet Kicks Off Another "Festival Of The Four Winds" Event And Debuts Balance Updates In Latest Guild Wars 2 Patch

The new player experience is also getting rounded out to enhance early gameplay.

By Anthony Jones - 1 week ago
Nexon Q2 2022: Financial Results Show Record-Breaking Revenue Across All Core Game Franchises

Nexon Q2 2022: Financial Results Show Record-Breaking Revenue Across All Core Game Franchises

The company expects next quarter will see another rise in revenue, operating, and net income.

By Anthony Jones - 4 days ago
After Its 2018 Shutdown, Perfect World Entertainment Resurrects Jade Dynasty And Is In Early Development

After Its 2018 Shutdown, Perfect World Entertainment Resurrects Jade Dynasty And Is In Early Development

There's even a pre-alpha test scheduled for next week, but there's a catch.

By Anthony Jones - 3 days ago
League Of Legends’ Udyr The Spirt Walker Rework Revealed In Latest Trailer

League Of Legends’ Udyr The Spirt Walker Rework Revealed In Latest Trailer

“Breath in the wild with the strength of the Bear.”

By Aspen Pash - 6 days ago
Score One For Artists As Activision Removes Plagiarized "Loyal Samoyed" Cosmetics From Call Of Duty

Score One For Artists As Activision Removes Plagiarized "Loyal Samoyed" Cosmetics From Call Of Duty

Activision says it "erred in its process" this time...

By Michael Byrne - 1 week ago
See More
Live Giveaways