A blockchain collectable game focused on managing a galactic corporation and exploring the (un)known universe.

At its core, Galaxia is an Ethereum non-fungible token collectable game focused on managing a galactic corporation and exploring the (un)known universe. Each planet represents a one-of-a-kind token that can’t be duplicated, taken away, or destroyed.

In Galaxia, corporationsplanets and moon credits are the three main in-game collectibles. Each one has unique functionalities within the Galaxia universe. Each with its own advantages and disadvantages.

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Galaxia Trial & Errors: What do you think of our next approach?

  Quick update for you all at Crowdholding   The original sale on Open Sea didn’t happen because of a bug in our smart contract. We talked to the Open Sea dev team and we’ve been working on a fix.   Luckily the smart contract automatically returns any bids after the auction closed as a security feature.   Another thing we noticed during the sale was the difficulty people had with swapping ETH for WETH (erc20 fixed ETH token) in order to place a bid. Instead, we’ll be using just ETH in the future. This should make it easier for people to buy and sell Galaxia assets on Open Sea.    Our plan going forward is to re-deploy the smart contract and place the planets for sale at a fixed price removing the timed auction approach. This will give buyers more flexibility and allow them to buy planets directly rather can compete against each other.   In other news we’ve been developing the Galactic map and finalising our token contract for planet owner rewards.   We’re also working on integrating the YUP token, so users can buy special edition planets and corporations using YUPs.   Questions to consider:    What do you think of doing a fixed priced approach over an auction?   What are your thoughts on WETH, do you use it?   And additional suggestions?   Thanks for the support and would love to hear your feedback.   Until next time.   Galaxia Team  
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