Aavegotchi decentralized financing project is pushing back the launch of the non-replaceable token digital collecting game due to the high activity on the Ethereum blockchain.
According to a Tweet from his team today, it will be Aavegotchi Delay the launch of its game on Jan. 4 in response to the “insanely high gas costs” and “extreme volatility” on Ethereum. The project also stated that it will “most likely” migrate to the Matic Network – a smart contract platform and layer two scaling solution for Ethereum.
“Aavegotchi on L2 means no gas costs, faster transaction confirmations and a great gaming experience,” the project stated, adding that it expected the launch to take place before the end of January.
According to the Aavegotchi litepaper, the game Characteristics digital collectible ghost avatars supported by Aave (AAVE) interest bearing aTokens. A combination of properties that determine the value of ghost avatars, including arbitrary attributes determined when the tokens are struck, the value of aTokens deployed by the user, and “wearables” – NFTs that can be programmatically associated with any Aavegotchi.
Many users responded positively to the news given the recent rise in fees for Ethereum. Gas prices reached an average of $ 10.20 per trade on Sunday when the token price crossed $ 1,000 to hit new annual highs.
This was the right move. Thanks for listening to the community!
I’m even more excited now once we launch on L2!
– Blockchain Macro ⚡️ (@BlockchainMacro) January 4, 2021
The project is also part of several Ethereum powered games that Matic prefer as a scaling solution ahead of the launch of Eth2. SkyWeaver, a card game to collect with Ethereum-based in-game items, announced on Sunday that it would launch its open beta version on the same network.