Animoca Brands recently partnered with Pixels along with a new feature — enable anyone with a Moca ID to finish a few tutorial missions and gain Realm Points. Moca ID holders also have the opportunity to use these as unique in-game avatars.
What’s a Moca ID?
Moca ID is a feature from Animoca Brands that serves as a unique username. Moca IDs simplify communication between the different projects in the Animoca Brands portfolio. Those looking to create their own Moca IDs can do so via email, crypto wallets, or Google login.
Players need to have a Ronin wallet in addition to a Moca ID. After they are linked, users with Moca IDs can complete a number of tutorial missions to accrue Moca Realm Points.
We are still unsure of these Realm Points’ actual value. Players can “redeem benefits using Realm Points, such as digital assets, tokens, digital and physical goods, and more,” but only in that specific realm. But realm points aren’t boundless. Every “season” and experience has a finite quantity available. That means they might all be gone if you wait too long!
In addition to receiving Realm Points, Moca ID holders have access to the Moca clubhouse’s back room, which has a crafting station, a multiplayer minigame, and space for what appears to be future expansions and additions!
You can get your Moca ID now for free at this link!
The Moca ID owners can exchange these points for amazing benefits, and the reputation you have on Web3 can help you unlock benefits with other Animoca Brand’s project partners.
More about Mocaverse
The Mocaverse is a web3 ecosystem comprising all the developers and businesses under Animoca Brands or that Animoca Brands has invested in.
Moca NFTs are the central focus of the Mocaverse. Moca NFTs are a limited-edition PFP-style collection that grants its holders lifetime benefits. Having a Moca gives you access to tournaments, allowlists, special events, and more!
Animoca Brands has emerged as a major player in the web3 gaming industry very quickly. They own several direct subsidiaries, including Blowfish Studios (Phantom Galaxies), Darewise (Life Beyond), and The Sandbox. In addition, they have funded numerous other projects, including Open Sea, Yuga Labs, and Axie Infinity!
More about Pixels
Pixels is a multiplayer, farming, crafting, and free-to-play game. Sunflower Land and Stardew Valley share many of the same fundamentals. Players plant seeds, give them water, harvest crops, plant more seeds, make simple items, sell them, purchase more costly seeds, and so on.
The player’s energy is finite and is depleted each time you plant, water, or harvest. One percent of energy is naturally restored every five minutes. Additionally, players can eat different items to increase their energy.
Pixels provides 24 crop squares for growing on public farms that are open to all users. Every player has access to a private, instanced set of farming squares, even though the area is shared by all. But the tax rate on public lands is twenty percent. This implies that a 20% probability exists for any crop you harvest to end up on public land rather than the player. Lower tax rates are available on player-owned farms as well.