Splinterlands, the blockchain-based trading card battle game, has announced that it has surpassed 2 billion transactions on its platform since its creation in 2018. This milestone comes after the game surpassed 3 billion fights in August 2022, demonstrating the quick and sustainable growth of the Web 3.0 collectible trading card battle game.
According to DappRadar, 96% of all transactions on the Hive blockchain, on which Splinterlands is based, were made on the Splinterlands platform. Currently, the platform records between 3 to 5 million transactions each day, with over 250,000 active users on an everyday average.
Jesse “Aggroed” Reich, CEO of Splinterlands, expressed his excitement about the tremendous growth and involvement they have observed in the community. He added that two billion transactions is astounding, and the company is looking forward to introducing Splinterlands to new players who are yet to explore blockchain games.
Despite the volatile cryptocurrency market conditions that began in 2022 and persisted into 2023, Splinterlands has experienced significant growth in the number of new users. The platform has close to one million active wallets and hosts more than 5 million battles every day.
The game, which employs Web 3.0 technology, allows users to trade, gather, and earn rewards in ways that were not possible before in gaming, enhancing user experience and creating a strong community. With its current user base present in 149 countries and speaking 10 languages, Splinterlands is expected to grow quickly in 2023.
Splinterlands was created in 2018 by Jesse “Aggroed” Reich and Matt Rosen and has become the market leader in the blockchain gaming industry, with over 2.4 million registered users. The game offers several money-making opportunities for players, with opportunities to earn rewards and climb the leaderboards. While players can play the game for free, a deposit of $10 is required to begin amassing collections and winning significant rewards.