02.11.2023Read Time: 4 mins

Aurus Enters Gaming – Real-World Value Meets Virtual Worlds

Aurus joins the Blockchain Game Alliance, introducing real gold and silver into gaming. Play and earn tangible value with tGOLD and tSILVER. Join the new gaming economy.

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Greetings, Aurus community and gaming enthusiasts!

We're thrilled to announce that Aurus has officially become a member of the Blockchain Game Alliance (BGA)! This is a significant milestone in our journey to redefine the integration of precious metals, like gold and silver, into the vast realms of Gaming and NFTs.

Real-world value meets virtual worlds

Gold and silver have had a strong presence in some of the biggest video games such as Legend of Zelda, World of Warcraft (WOW), and Minecraft, where they are currencies used to trade and purchase items, or as materials that players can mine to craft tools and armour. Now, imagine a game where in-game currency or items are backed by real gold and silver. 

With the rise of web3 and the blockchain gaming industry, there is a huge opportunity to introduce tokenized gold (tGOLD) and silver (tSILVER) into the gaming universe where players can potentially earn, trade, and spend assets tied to physical gold and silver. This, among many other interesting use cases including:

  • In-Game Currency: tGOLD and tSILVER can serve as premium in-game currencies that players can earn, spend, or trade. This ties in-game assets to real-world value and can motivate players to invest time and resources into the game.
  • Reward Systems: Achievements, milestones, or competitions in games could reward players with fractional amounts of tGOLD or tSILVER, creating a tangible and valuable prize.
  • Crafting & Resource Management: In games where players gather resources or craft items, tokenized metals could be rare and valuable components, either to be found or traded for.
  • NFT Game Assets: Items, characters, or assets within games could be tokenized as NFTs and tied to a certain amount of tGOLD or tSILVER. This could be armour, weapons, skins, or unique characters, ensuring their rarity and value.
  • Staking & DeFi Mechanisms: Introduce DeFi concepts within the gaming realm where players can stake their tGOLD or tSILVER to earn in-game rewards or benefits.
  • Microtransactions: For games with in-app purchases, tGOLD and tSILVER could be an accepted payment method, potentially providing gamers with a more stable and valuable means of transaction compared to other digital currencies.
  • Cross-Platform Gaming Ecosystems: Developers can create interconnected gaming ecosystems where tGOLD and tSILVER earned in one game could be used or transferred to another, enhancing player engagement across titles.

A Glimpse into the Blockchain Game Alliance

The Blockchain Game Alliance is a coalition of industry leaders who are dedicated to promoting the integration of blockchain technology within the gaming sector. By joining the BGA, Aurus is not only collaborating with some of the brightest minds in the industry but also signalling our commitment to exploring the plethora of possibilities that tokenized gold (tGOLD) and silver (tSILVER) can bring to the gaming universe.

The Journey Ahead

At the heart of Aurus lies a singular vision - to democratize access to precious metals, recalibrating their role in the digital age. We believe that gaming, with its global appeal, can be instrumental in this quest. And with the Blockchain Game Alliance by our side, we're one step closer to making this vision a reality.

Join the revolution:

We invite our community, gamers, developers, and all curious minds to join us on this thrilling adventure. Together, we're not just playing games; we're crafting the future of digital value.

Stay tuned for more updates and exciting developments as we embark on this groundbreaking journey with the Blockchain Game Alliance.

Game on!

Team Aurus

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