Zirlin emphasized the community’s role in bringing back Axie Classic, noting that despite no rewards, around 10,000 people continued playing the game at any given time.
Featuring Filipino-themed prizes, “Filipino Fiesta Contest” started last June 9 and will end on June 13, 2023.
And once the fun is addressed, it will not make any impact unless the players are able to easily find a way to play the blockchain game.
Jihoz, Gabby Dizon, Colin Goltra, Peter Ing, Sebastian Borget, Wei Zhou, Nichel Gaba, you name it. Some of the finest personalities in the Web 3 space around the globe are set to be the speakers of the Philippine Web3 Festival happening on November 14 to 18, 2022.
“When I was there in 2019, I thought that something special was happening in the Philippines,” Zirlin stated, noting that the Filipino sentiment was “quite good” as he recalled his participation in a BlockchainSpace meetup.
Jeff Zirlin discussed the impact of Typhoon Odette and how recent efforts of the Axie community is a testament of the game being more than just a game, but something that has impact.
The Axie Infinity’s co-founder admitted that the challenges they are facing are hard for they are doing the things they never did before.
Larsen said that he thinks of SLP as a commodity that “will fluctuate a bit in price, but what we really need is deep liquidity to ensure a somewhat stable price.”
Jeff Zirlin: We’re most excited about a flurry of releases from an upgraded battle system, land gameplay, AXS staking, and the rollout of Ronin, our sidechain for Axie Infinity.
Axie Infinity has launched a public testnet of its Ethereum sidechain called Ronin, with major companies like Binance and Ubisoft as initial validators.