Given the increasing popularity of Joycity’s P2E title Gunship Battles: Crypto Conflict (GBCC), one might be curious how the thousands of players who are part of the game’s P2E ecosystem cash out their hard-earned tokens from the game.
In this quick guide, we are going to present all the steps that players need to follow to enjoy the fruits of their career in GBCC’s admiralty!
A Short Recap
Gunship Battles: Crypto Conflict (GBCC) is a mobile strategy game that involves thousands of players fighting against each other across alliances and servers.
In GBCC, players gather a premium hard resource called Titanium that is used for upgrading buildings, ships, planes, equipment, aircraft carriers, and advanced research options. As an incentive, players could convert Titanium into MILICO, which serves as GBCC’s market coin.
MILICO, in turn, is a part of a number of utility coins that are found inside the WEMIX ecosystem. As a result, it’s pretty much integrated into the larger P2E ecosystem; players could easily cash out their earnings through the usage of the WEMIX wallet and the Binance mobile application.
In summary, you could earn Titanium from the following:
There’s simply a lot of ways to earn Titanium in GBCC. However, as already mentioned above, Titanium is one of the game’s primary resources – and in contrast to the rest of the game’s resources (food, iron, oil, and silver), you might have to fight your way to be able to get access to this coveted resource!
Before you convert your hard-earned Titanium into MILICO, you need to have Binance and WEMIX installed on your device.
While the steps may seem to be a lot (and might cause you to lose a tiny bit of value along the way), the process is actually pretty much straightforward. As a matter of fact, the only things you have to wait for are the usual prompts on WEMIX as well as the deposit of your KLAY tokens into your Binance wallet.
Other than that, everything should be smooth sailing!
Now that you know how to get your P2E tokens and turn them into cash, are you interested in trying out GBCC in the foreseeable future?