The heart of STRADALL: the entire technological ecosystem of the game is decentralization and blockchain which are technologies to realize all the above possibilities for the game, which, with proper management and planning, will naturally arise from decentralization.

We love the essence of blockchain technology and all of the opportunities it offers, including, and most importantly, decentralization.

Stradall runs on Ethereum technology to secure ownership and enable card trading. Thanks to this technology, the cards are limited. They cannot be modified, duplicated or deleted. Each car card is represented as a non-fungible token (NFT) using the ERC-721 token standard on Ethereum.

Shortly over time ,game options and advantages will be installed on the IMMUTABLE X blockchain specializing in NFT security, which currently hosts the world's top 3 game "CROSS THE AGES", "GODS UNCHAINED" and "ILLUVIUM in play to win.

Ethereum is the pioneering platform in the field of programmable blockchains, but over time it has become clear that blockchain games cannot be created on the Ethereum network alone due to some scalability issues associated with it. inherent.

Thus, Ethereum is the leading blockchain technology platform but backed by the IMMUTABLE X blockchain that provides fast, affordable and secure in-game transactions, eliminating the various obstacles and problems that the millions of users of the Ethereum network have to face.

It is worth asking that STRADALL still uses the Ethereum mainnet. $MTNL tokens will also be issued on many other solutions, as well as Ethereum and IMMUTABLE X. Periodic NFT collections apparently created for STRADALL will be released outside of the game on Ethereum and IMMUTABLE X.

The reason is simple: users needed to be able to sell their tokens through the extremely popular volume platforms, such as Opensea, Rarible and others.

Subsequent out-of-game collections will also be issued on Ethereum most likely for the same reasons, while in-game NFT tokens will continue to be issued on IMMUTABLE X. But our development team will have the final say on this issue.

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