FiveStars has implemented measures to improve the token economy, including burning Star decisions and extending the Arena season, with 50% of Star decisions converted to MNR and 50% distributed as content rewards.
Korea South, 18th May 2023 – FiveStars, the popular mobile game that has achieved great success in Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines, as well as being featured by Google Play in over 40 countries including the United States, Russia, Thailand, and Vietnam, continues to offer a seamless gaming experience and streamlined services to its rapidly expanding user base.
Season 1 of Arena PVP, the game’s principal content, recently concluded, and Season 2 will introduce a new server. As a reward for completing Season 1, participants received the in-game token ‘Star (STAR)’.
FiveStars has announced measures to improve the token economy beginning in May, including the burning of Star decisions and adjustments to the Arena season. These modifications seek to enhance the token economy. 50% of the Star decisions will be burnt and converted into MNR (Mineral) during the burning process, while the remaining 50% will be distributed as various content rewards.
FiveStars prioritizes transparency by intending to disclose token issuance and destruction plans on a regular basis, and by increasing the Arena season rewards to $10,000. They extend their appreciation to the devoted participants and request their sustained interest and support.
The Arena season will now run from the first to the last day of each month, and the current season has been extended to May 31.
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Country: Korea South
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