MonsterBit is a blockchain game. The new word in the gaming industry. It is a clone of the most successful cryptogame – the CryptoKittens clone, but even a much more interesting one. In case you don’t know, the CryptoKittens is a game, where people buy e-kittens and breed them altogether, get one more kitten and sell. The point is that all kittens are unique. Some distinct creatures worth a few hundred thousand of US dollars. Here you have to feed and grow up your monster, and only then breed it. The most interesting feature in the game is that you do not simply grow up your creature to sell, but grow up a real fighting monster. With which you can fight other gamers for all the values in the game. Fight for food, weapons and the monster itself. There will be also advertising monsters in the game. I.e. your monsters will be advertising goods, and you will earn real money on it. One more unique future of the game is the e-shop of the real stuffed toys. Monster owner gets 15% return on the sale of a toy.

Closes 1 week, 1 day from now

Pre-Sale 04/25/2018 1 a.m. - 06/30/2018 midnight
Token Sale 06/30/2018 midnight - 07/30/2018 midnight
Country Russia
Participates in 3 ICOs
I
Ilya Vinnikov
LEAD BACKEND DEVELOPER
I
Ivan Gladyshev
GAME DESIGNER
Member of this ICO only
A
Alex Yalunin
SOLIDITY DEVELOPER
Member of this ICO only
V
Vladimir Sundupey
SENIOR WEB-DEVELOPER
Member of this ICO only
Member of this ICO only

Closes 1 week, 1 day from now

Pre-Sale 04/25/2018 1 a.m. - 06/30/2018 midnight
Token Sale 06/30/2018 midnight - 07/30/2018 midnight
Country Russia

Financial information

Platform Ethereum
Whitelist/KYC Whitelist
Token price 0.0005 ETH
Total raised 22,534 USD

Interest

Alexa rank 243,189 th
Twitter followers 1,411
Promotional video views 74,999
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