At Onessus we’re always thinking of ways to make HodlGod more engaging and true to our commitment to play-to-earn. P2E is here to stay and we’re proud to be one of its pioneers.

In that spirit, we’re announcing today plans to implement badge blending so you can power up your earned badges all the way eventually to the all-new Centurion Bounty Contract!

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Blending Your Way To the Top!

We know many warriors have a lot of badges in their wallets that they earned playing HodlGod. Now, we’re bringing new utility to those badges… by creating a whole new set of badges!

Now players can blend their old badges into our new badges at any time. With enough new badges, warriors can continue upgrading their badges to eventually earn our new Bounty Contract NFTs!

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Here’s how it will work…

Gather your current badges and blend them into our new badges. Check out the Vanguard badge here:

vanguard badge

Blend 3 old badges or 2 Stream-to-Earn/Play-to-Earn badges to get a new Warrior badge.

Those new Warrior badges can then be blended up. We’re always about power-ups at Onessus, so it is fitting that we’re going with a tiered blend-up process!

5 Warrior badges plus 50 Burn credits will power up to a Mercenary badge.

Blend 4 Mercenary badges and 100 Burn credits to get a Warlord badge.

Blend 3 Warlord badges and 150 Burn credits to get a Vanguard badge.

Blend 3 Vanguard badges and 200 Burn credits to get a Trophy of the Exalted Hunter.

Two Trophies and 250 Burn credits can be blended to get the new Centurion Bounty Contract!

Blend your badges here!

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Additional In-Game Rewards

For HodlGod warriors, we’re offering more in-game rewards. Players who collect a Purple Coin and survive to the end of the game (and who hold 10M VOID as before) will now get 30k VOID — up from 10k.

If you collect a Green Coin in-game and survive to the end with it, and are equipped with a Bounty Contract, instead of getting a Play-to-Earn badge, you’ll be rewarded with a higher value Warrior badge.

And we’re adding a new coin to the game, the Red Coin. Collect that with a Centurion Bounty Contract and survive with it until the end, and win a Mercenary badge from our new badge system. This coin requires you to have the Centurion Bounty Contract.

Coming Soon!

Soon… warriors will be able to buy Burn credits with VOID! 50 credits costs 100k VOID. We’ll fill you in with more details soon.

Just as a note… the Centurion Bounty Contract will not yet be equippable in-game, but that is coming soon – The end of next week is the plan!

We’ll continue to announce new changes that reward players with these new badges directly. So stay tuned.

Play-to-Earn is real and getting better all the time in HodlGod, the world’s favorite Battle Royal style Play-to-Earn game.

These new changes follow from our massive list of upgrades and our new scholarship program announced recently!

Keep in touch for more updates as we continue to develop HodlGod.






And as always… Stay Immortal!

Blockchain and NFTs are set to disrupt the gaming industry in a major way. This is creating a seismic shift in the gaming industry. Real in-game asset ownership and play-to-earn models with legitimate secondary marketplaces are replacing pay-to-win revenue models.

Finance was the first sector to find itself in the path of disruption by blockchain technology’s first use-case in cryptocurrencies. But there has long been an understanding that the tech could disrupt any number of industries in different ways. The gaming industry seems set for an overhaul – and that overhaul may already be underway.

True Ownership of In-Game Assets

Traditionally, any in-game assets players won or bought, like character skins, weapons, and other items were not truly theirs. They remained under the ownership of the game developers. Grey markets arose where players would trade in-game assets. But those were never sanctioned – and players were often punished – for participating in them.

In-game NFTs have changed all that. Almost everyone in the blockchain space is familiar with Axie Infinity; whose characters, Axies, are NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain. The smooth love potions (SLPs) players need to find to breed new Axies, are cryptocurrency tokens that are tradeable and have a dollar value on the exchanges they trade on, such as Binance.

HodlGod players are rewarded with in-game NFT drops. Those NFTs are theirs to keep. They can be traded, exchanged, and now staked on Onessus’ NFT staking platform, WhenStaking. NFT staking offers NFT hodlers a way to earn a yield on their NFTs. 

This movement toward allowing players to truly own their in-game assets, either as NFTs or more traditional fungible tokens, has turned the gaming item ownership model on its head. A $200 billion industry is set for major disruption.


The Play-To-Earn Model

Play-to-Earn mechanisms with legitimate secondary marketplaces are replacing pay-to-win gaming models and proving a more enjoyable experience for gamers. All of this is made possible by blockchain technology.

Pay-to-win is often considered unfair. Players with deeper pockets could simply buy valuable in-game assets, like weapons, and outmuscle other gamers. The spirit of gaming – skillful players would succeed where others wouldn’t – falls down when pay-to-win is a way to get ahead.

A more fulfilling model, play-to-earn (P2E), rewards skilled gamers with NFTs and other blockchain-based assets, such as crypto tokens. HodlGod players who earn NFTs during their gameplay are rewarded for their skill, not their capacity to buy in-game assets for themselves.

From financial services, investing, supply chains, art, and now gaming, blockchain and NFTs are changing the way industries work. We think it’s for the better.