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KeplerHomes, an open-world MMORPG project in the Arbitrum ecosystem, has requested a 960,000 $ARB grant for various initiatives, including a NFT MarketPlace Trading Contest and a multi-dimensional incentive pool. The project has received mixed reactions from the community, with some praising its innovative approach and potential to attract Web3 users, while others express concerns about the timing and the appeal of MMORPG games for Arbitrum.
KeplerHomes is an open-world MMORPG game project set in a galaxy where the laws of physics are not fully valid. The project, led by Matt_kepler and his team, aims to create an autonomous world where game equipment, items, and missions are designed by the community1. The project has requested a grant of 960,000 $ARB for various initiatives, including a KeplerHomes NFT MarketPlace Trading Contest, a multi-dimensional incentive pool for contributors, and a random bonus pool1. The main objective of KeplerHomes is to become the premier highly playable open-world MMORPG in the Arbitrum ecosystem1.
The community has shown mixed reactions to the project. Users like Jasper, Taylor, and Hyc have expressed their support for the project, highlighting its innovative ideas and successful user base2,3,4. However, Griff voted no on the proposal, expressing doubts about the attractiveness of MMORPG games for Arbitrum in the next few months11. ITU Blockchain voted 'Abstain' on the proposal, appreciating the clear presentation and compliance with Arbitrum protocol requirements, but expressing uncertainty about the timing12.
The KeplerHomes project is seen as a positive development due to its innovative approach to gaming and its potential to attract and retain active Web3 users. The project's SocialKeplerHomes feature, which allows users to trade with each other, is expected to enhance on-chain activity and interactivity of real users1. The project has also set several Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to evaluate its initiatives, including the number of valid user wallet addresses, user trading activity and volume on Arbitrum, and the total value locked (TVL) of SocialKeplerHomes in the smart contract on Arbitrum1.
Despite the positive aspects of the project, some community members have expressed concerns. Griff, for instance, doubts the attractiveness of MMORPG games for Arbitrum in the next few months11. ITU Blockchain, while appreciating the clear presentation and compliance with Arbitrum protocol requirements, expressed uncertainty about the timing12. These concerns suggest that while the project has potential, its success may depend on factors such as timing and the evolving interests of the Arbitrum community.
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