CyberKongz has officially launched a new way to get whitelist pass rewards. Basically, collectors can earn whitelist vouchers through the project’s Play & Kollect game. Then, anyone can exchange their vouchers for a Whitelist of their choice.
This innovative feature solves the problems of grinding on Discord servers or joining endless Twitter giveaways unsuccessfully.
How does CyberKongz’s whitelist pass rewards system work?
The new concept is called PlayToWL. In essence, the CyberKongz team created a new way of grinding to get a whitelist pass.
Everything starts with playing the Play & Kollect blockchain game. As you enjoy the game, you will earn whitelist vouchers. Then, you can use vouchers as a whitelist pass reward. To clarify, you can now enter a whitelist simply by playing the game.
Surprisingly, players can choose which whitelist to join too. In order to make this happen, CyberKongz launched a Whitelist Marketplace. There, users can see the whitelists available and exchange their vouchers to join one of them.
Each whitelist available includes valuable information too. For example, users can check their voucher balance, and how many assets were purchased. In addition, they can also see a general description of each whitelist.
Why did the project launch PlayToWL?
CyberKongz’s new whitelist voucher concept aims to solve a real issue in the NFT community. At this moment, collectors are struggling to get a whitelist pass on social media.
For instance, most NFT projects are hosting Twitter giveaways. Meanwhile, others ask users to be very active on their Discord server. With so many collectors, it’s more difficult than ever to earn a whitelist pass. Therefore, the NFT community is excited about the entire CyberKongz PlayToWL concept.
“Thank you, CyberKongz! I lost so many WL opportunities because I don’t have 3 friends to tag,” wrote Twitter user @MumfordThorgal.
All in all, PlayToWL might revolutionize the concept of grinding to join a specific NFT whitelist. The innovative feature comes shortly after another notable breakthrough for CyberKongz. At the end of March, the project recreated their 2D NFT artworks fully on-chain; in fact, this was the first “NFT-Bound” token ever.