DeFi Worlds is a free-to-play decentralized economic simulation game filled with exciting challenges that test your business acumen and strategies in new ways. Players can create their own company, build factories, produce goods and sell them for the native cryptocurrency of the game. 

The first DeFi Worlds Testnet Challenge is launching now. Take the opportunity to be among the first players of the best blockchain-based business strategy game. 

About DeFi Worlds 

Players in DeFi Worlds acquire companies and assets to expand their business empires. Different assets in the game are used to achieve financial goals, including research buildings, retail buildings, factories, goods and patents. Factories are used to produce goods while retail buildings mint tokens in exchange for goods. DeFi Worlds entrepreneurs can apply different strategies to use their company assets in the most profitable ways. 

The free-to-play game begins with a single-level building and a small number of tokens, which are minted and allocated to each company. From there, the sky is the limit as players strategize to expand their business empires. 

The game is filled with exciting challenges that keep users engaged. Players get to discover different scenarios that require them to put their skin in the game and think critically to make decisions that determine the future of their companies. The game introduces players to rare experiences that combine the thrill of risk-taking and earning big returns. 

Build your business empire 

In DeFi Worlds, each company can hold a maximum of 100 buildings, giving players many different opportunities to diversify their in-game investments as they expand their operations. 

The level of goods can be increased by using patents: By increasing the level of owned or rented patents for a good and the level of input goods, goods with higher levels can be produced in factories. Those very lucrative patents are generated in research buildings. The cost of research in the game is determined by the supply of tokens; the higher the supply, the more expensive research becomes. 

Higher-level goods are usually easier to sell in retail buildings than lower-level goods. As the average level of goods sold increases, it becomes more difficult to sell lower-level goods, thus increasing the difficulty of the game in the long term. 

IPOs and in-game stocks 

Once a player’s company reaches level 100, it can be turned into a public company through an initial public offering. This process enables the owner to sell shares of their company to other players. In-game stocks can be freely traded for other ERC-20 tokens on the project’s AMM decentralized exchange. Like in a real-life public company, shareholders of in-game companies are entitled to receive dividends and vote on how the company is run. 

A maximum of two IPOs can be carried out per week, making the space very competitive. Successful IPOs are rewarded with governance tokens. The project’s governance token also has other applications, including minting an overcollateralized stablecoin pegged to the United States dollar, which can be used on the game’s internal markets instead of tokens. 

The world is yours 

The game is designed to be an economic sandbox where entrepreneurs are free to choose from an ever-expanding selection of business strategies: Go the “classic” route by producing goods at competitive prices, build a real-estate empire, and rent buildings to other companies, or simply trade goods with other players and turn a profit with your negotiation skills. The world is yours. 

Join the Testnet Challenge and show your business skills to win DeFi Worlds tokens.