Tezos co-founder launches crypto game Emergents, allowing players to freely trade cards based on an automated market-making platform

According to the news, Coase, a game company founded by Tezos co-founder Kathleen Breitman, launched a crypto game Emergents, allowing players to easily trade the cards they want based on Uniswap’s automated market maker platform. Specifically, Coase combines the primary market and the secondary market into one. It will be the buyer and seller of Emergents cards, essentially a market maker, and will distribute the cards through a joint curve, similar to liquid market making. Like Uniswap, cards have a fixed supply. Based on algorithms, prices will fluctuate with demand. At the same time, new cards will be sold on the website at low prices. The entire project is based on Tezos, so all transactions are based on its native token XTZ, but Coase will hide the transaction tokens and present them in fiat currency for those who are not encrypted.

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