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- 1 Basics
- 2 History
- 3 Token
- 4 Technology
- 5 Privacy Method being used
- 6 Oracle Method being used
- 7 Their Other Projects
- 8 Governance
- 9 Upgrades
- 10 Roadmap
- 11 Audits
- 12 Usage
- 13 Competition
- 14 Coin Distribution
- 15 Pros and Cons
- 16 Team, Funding, Partnerships, etc.
Aavegotchi is a trading game that resembles the Tamagotchi line of toys from the 1990s. Unlike their real-world counterparts, Aavegotchis also carry value in the form of staked tokens and wearables. They can be traded just like any other blockchain token.
"Aaavegotchi’s team originally planned to launch the game on Ethereum within the first week of January 2021. However, high fees became an issue. To counter that problem, the team chose to move to the Matic Network after a community vote on Discord."
- Whitepaper can be found [insert here].
- Code can be viewed [insert here].
- Built on: Aavegotchi has decided to go live on Matic rather than Ethereum due to the latter’s high gas fees, according to a recent tweet (5-1-2021) from the project.
- Programming language used:
How it works
Privacy Method being used
Oracle Method being used
Their Other Projects
- Can be found [Insert link here].
- Bug bounty program can be found [insert here].
Projects that use or built on it
Pros and Cons
Team, Funding, Partnerships, etc.
- Full team can be found [here].
- Daniel Mathieu, aka ‘coder-dan’; lead developer