The deeds to five out of ten banks in the online game Mirandus are being sold by Polyient Games. These Polyient Vault deeds are being offered on Opensea. Because backpacks can only contain a certain amount of items, players may store their collectibles in these banks. The remaining five banks will be set aside. Gala Games and Polyient Games are collaborating with their communities to see whether they can establish a community-owned bank. A decentralized autonomous organization might then run these last five banks.
After purchasing a citadel for $800,000, Polyient Games established the Polyient Vault. They also signed an agreement to look after the entire financial stratum of Mirandus. Polyient Games will manage the whole banking system and storage of NFTs.
Like most other MMORPGs, characters in the game of Mirandus will have limitations on what they can carry. Even though a player might have a number of NFTs attached to their account, their character won’t be able to keep all of them equipped and in inventory - there will be a powerful need for in-game storage of items. This need will be serviced by the Polyient Vault. Additionally, the Polyient Vault will provide a point of interaction with other financial-layer services within the world of Mirandus, such as item lending, DeFi, and other services. The owner of a coupon will receive 1 Majestic Polyient Vault Coupon.
By the end of 2021, Gala Games expects to have a working prototype of Mirandus. However, we must wait at least until 2022 to witness the fully immersive massively multiplayer online game.
Banks / Vaults – What’s that mean in Mirandus?
Characters in Mirandus will have limits on what they can carry, much like other MMORPGs. Even though a player may have a large number of NFTs connected to their account, their character will not be able to keep all of them equipped and in inventory; there will be a pressing need for in-game storage of items. The Mirandus banks are where players can store their items. The Polyient Vaults will hand this aspect of the game for Mirandus adventurers.
“Using the Polyient Vaults will not be a hard requirement,” says Game Designer Michael McCarthy, “However, to store your excess riches and gear, you will want a Vault. Building owners will have storage, but since there are a limited number of buildings in Mirandus most players will need to use the vault. The Polyient Vault system may even allow players to even rent out their items to others.”
While the main goal of the Polyient Vaults will be to keep game representations of NFTs accessible to players, we’re also intrigued by other possibilities like in-game staking, item renting and loans, sending objects in-game to other player characters, or even using the Polyient Vault system to finance in-game purchases of deeds or high rarity items. We adore the idea of the Vault being able to act as a gateway to various charity organizations from across the world.
“Polyient Games has been developing a novel approach to smart contract-driven token vaults that are specifically designed for the NFT market,” said Polyient Games co-founder Craig Russo. “We are excited to extend these concepts into the Mirandus to build out a highly efficient bridge between the in-game economy and the larger Polyient Games Ecosystem token economy.”
The initial idea was to sell ten of these majestic-tier Polyient Vaults for Mirandus through an auction on OpenSea and the Polyient Marketplace. However, a substantial number of gamers approached the Gala Games and Polyient teams, asking if they could buy NFTs in order to hold collectively via a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO).
Gala Games and Polyient decided to limit the initial release of the Polyient Vaults via auction to only five Vaults while the other five were reserved for later, allowing those interested in shared ownership to build the necessary structures needed to acquire the NFTs.
Cybermanning and Groove, the appointed spokespeople of the “Vault Holders” said this of the efforts taken by Gala Games and Polyient to find a solution to serve their needs:
It’s so exciting, as players, to be valued and have our innovations welcomed into the design process of an organization that is reinventing the gaming industry. A group of us worked together to formulate a plan for shared ownership of a non-fungible token, but there were aspects which we couldn’t resolve without support and commitment from Gala Games and Polyient. Both organizations went out of their way to prioritize our concerns, provide clear feedback, and integrate new mechanisms into their design plan to help make shared ownership functional and achievable.
What is Mirandus?
Mirandus is a forthcoming fantasy MMO from Gala Games. When Mirandus launches, players will be able to explore the world from a first-person perspective. The game world is owned by players, communities, and organizations, including in-game banks, shops, farms, cemeteries and blacksmiths. There will be a thriving in-game economy, and everybody has their part of play from weavers to butchers and cartographers. Mirandus is an online role-playing game in which player actions shape the game world.
Adventurers will need food, equipment repairs, and some potions before they depart on their next adventure. The blacksmith will require wood from the woodcutter to construct a hilt, while the butcher will need livestock from the farmer. There are numerous production lines, and players may choose to be a farmer, an explorer, a trader, or even a bard.
Having a keep or another base close to a dungeon entrance may offer you numerous chances for commerce. Players may purchase land tiles with particular features and then lay them down in the game world. Another vendor may open a business in that hamlet and pay rent to the mayor. All ownership of digital assets within Mirandus is recorded on the blockchain. Mirandus presently supports Ethereum, Polygon, Binance Smart Chain, and Flare Network.
Mirandus is intended to be a fully fleshed-out, free-to-play MMO where players can live out their fantasies. When it debuts, there will be five citadels in the game world’s biggest cities. These give the owner the right to establish and lead their own faction, as well as imposing tariffs on trade. Owning real property allows other gamers a haven, as well as the potential to make money. You can also earn money without owning land by selling trees, meat, and other products in shops.