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Augmented reality game Reality Clash opens blockchain-based Armoury Store

Augmented reality game Reality Clash opens blockchain-based Armoury Store

Augmented reality mobile shooter Reality Clash has released a major update that includes version 1.0 of the blockchain and web-based Reality Clash Armoury Store.

That mean holders of its RCC Gold token can now start buying limited edition weapons in anticipation of the game’s release late in 2018.

The initial set of guns will be available in a variety of unique cryptocurrency skins such as a Bitcoin machine gun or an Ether sniper rifle, amongst others. Each week two new guns and skins will be released.

Lots of guns

These limited edition items will not be re-released once they have sold out, but owners will be able to trade or sell them to other players via the Armoury Store’s trading platform launching in a few months.

Users can sell or trade weapons and exchange the RCC Gold into fiat currency such as Euros or Sterling on exchanges.

50,000 coins were spent in the first 24 hours, lifting their value by 380 per cent. 75 percent of the initial limited-edition stock of weapons has sold out, but two new guns will be added every week.

This story was originally published on our sister-site BlockchainGamer.biz.

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