Axie Infinity – Digital property rights for all users of the internet
In 15-minute fundamentals, we interview core protocol contributors & together dive into the details behind the charts available on Token Terminal.
In this episode, we dive into the world of Axie Infinity with Co-founder Jeff (Jiho) Zirlin. We discuss the Ronin chain, Axie's two-token model, ensuring the long-term sustainability of Axie's economy, what the future has in store, and more.
Axie Infinity's dashboard: https://tokenterminal.com/terminal/projects/axie-infinity
01:00 What is Axie Infinity?
01:40 What is the Ronin chain and why was it built?
02:48 The economics of web3 gaming
04:22 Two-token model: What are $AXS and $SLP
05:56 Axie's revenue streams
06:43 Runes and Charms
07:54 Ensuring the long-term sustainability of the Axie economy
09:12 Onboarding users and lowering the barriers to entry
11:48 User activity in the bear market
13:25 Developer activity: What is in the works?
15:25 Communication in a bear market
15:59 What's next for Axie Infinity?
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