Seascape Weekly Roundup
Seascape has truly got their game on this week and they have an impressive winning streak to show for it. Busy and productive are just the words to describe it and this article covers all the major highlights.
For the community, Seascape launched a maiden edition of their March of the Sea Lions top sea lion appreciation call out. All community members who have what it takes to be a sea lion can simply join up to participate.
Currently, tech preparations are underway by Lighthouse to release the second IDO project. An iterative update is being conducted this week by Scape Store and it is based on UI updates and the functionality of NFTs.
Seascape’s campaigns are looking pretty irresistible too. Everyone who is anyone can not only play Zombie Farm S1 to their heart’s content, they also get to increase their chances of earning by joining a series of campaigns put together by my team. Seascape is bringing the whole works; from trading battles to zombie movie easter eggs. This is one opportunity that’s too good to be true so you better join now while it’s hot! See what’s currently taking place below:
- Binance NFT Gleam Collaboration (2/18–2/28)
- Mysterybox Trading on BinanceNFT (2/21–2/28)
- Gifts from the Grave (2/18–3/04)
- Wichita Trading Competition on Treasureland (2/22–3/15)
Even with this inside scoop, be sure to still keep your eyes peeled for more amazing events in the months to come. Every event will be a fresh chance to earn like never before.
This week saw its fair share of events at Seascape as founder, David Johansson participated in the Multi-Chain Session Twitter Space at Moonbeam as an attendee. The purpose of this session was to share the landscape of DeFi gaming by Seascape standards.
There’s much to be said for the game development team at Seascape too. This week has seen the dev team put in maximum effort towards creating Scape Forum S3, now in its Beta phase. No one knows what rewards and gameplay will be available this season. But the cat will soon be let out of the bag surely.
Under their belt is the complete season of Dev Dairies and the dev team is busy with server deployment and back-end in the light of imminent Early Access.
Seascape remains committed to user safety on the network hence, the conduct of consistent product audits and internal o keeps you secure and having as much fun as you should be having. According to reports from Halborn CEO, Rob Behnke:
“Halborn is pleased to be the strategic security partner of Seascape — ensuring that security is a priority every step of the way. We are happy to announce the completion of the recent Zombiefarm audit and look forward to future collaboration.”
One last win that wraps it up for Seascape this week is solving a Wichita display glitch on the Scape Store. The “My inventory” tab was .oved from the drop-down to the main tab. Other noteworthy tweaks are faster image loading and zero resetting of users’ filters following any transaction. The network also resolved their Profit Circus display problem on ETH, their Lighthouse Pool display problem, and Zombie Farm TVL & APR display problem.
So far, the week has been one huge joy ride and the year has barely begun. Seascape Network is super excited at the massive results so far and dead set on keeping up this streak for the rest of the year. Their number one priority remains improving user experience as often as possible.