TNT Partners with PearDAO
TNT partners with PearDAO a non-custodial marketplace. With this partnership, PearDAO will bring the TNT platform to different markets and find unique and exciting ways to collaborate.
In addition, they will be working together strategically to provide additional value to one another’s ecosystems. This aspect is through cross-marketing, gaming collaboration, and listing on the platform.
How is PEX different
Non-custodial marketplace governed by Pear DAO. Facilitating trades of all things tradable.
- CEX — Register-based Personal info Centralized server
- DEX — AMM On-chain Wallet address Generated Anonymous
- PEX — Off-chain assets 0 slippage On-chain escrow DAO Metaverse
$PEX is the core of all utilities on Pear. You can earn, farm, vote, and discover your identity in the Pear ecosystem.
THE TNT PLATFORM
Furthermore, the TNT Platform is a multi-mobile game that features various simple hyper-casual games launched as Web 2.0 and later converted into Web 3.0 games. The platform will initially feature a total of 4 games, Swipe Brick Breaker, Bounce Brick Breaker, Fly Fish, and 2048. Many more to be released in the near future as the platform makes its jump from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0
Unlike the traditional P2E systems, where you enter the game and earn profits by making large investments or by purchasing NFTs, its TNT platform has a drastically lower playing threshold as you can participate in the games for free or through in-app purchases.
GOAL AND MISSION
TNT’s mission is to be the pioneers of the next X2E technologies generation and to provide users of our platforms with a unique experience. Its goal is to create a service on which people can play based on blockchain and to bring joy, entertainment, and technology to people around the world at any time and place.
PearDAO is a non-custodial marketplace governed by DAO that facilitates the exchange of digital assets with fiats using a decentralized payment system.
The TNT Platform is a multi-mobile game that features various simple hyper-casual games launched as Web 2.0 and later converted into Web 3.0 games.