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About Superpower Squad

Superpower Squad is a superhero-themed, third-person shooter game with a team of more than sixty people. The game includes MOBA, RPG, Roguelike, social chatting features and ranking system, and other game modes such as PVP and PVE and has a wealth of assets such as heroes, weapons, and skins. Superpower Squad is based in Victoria, Sechelles.

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Superpower Squad Patents

Superpower Squad has filed 37 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Ceramic materials
  • Magnetic levitation
  • Quantum magnetism
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Latest Superpower Squad News

Ripple, Visa join HK CBDC pilot, Huobi accusations, GameFi token up 300%: Asia Express

May 19, 2023

Hong Kong partners with 16 companies to build CBDCs On May 18, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) announced the launch of the cyber Hong Kong dollar pilot project. According to officials, 16 selected companies from the financial payment and technology sectors will conduct the first round of trials this year on the feasibility of a Hong Kong dollar central bank digital currency (e-HKD). Companies included in the pilot include Alibaba Group’s Alipay Financial, Mastercard Asia, Ripple Labs, Visa, and HSBC. The digital Hong Kong dollar will start off with six potential uses cases; comprehensive payments, programmable payments, offline payments, tokenized deposits, Web 3.0 transaction settlements, and tokenized asset settlements. The CBDC is scheduled for a three-stage approach, with the novel pilot program being an important aspect of the second stage. However, the HKMA has not yet decided whether to officially launch the CBDC. It expects to share the results of the trials at Hong Kong Fintech Week 2023 in Q4. Yue Wai-man, chief executive of the HKMA, commented: “Although the HKMA has not decided whether or when the CBDC will be launched, we are pleased to launch the Cyber Hong Kong Dollar Pilot Scheme. This is a good opportunity for the HKMA to join hands with the industry to explore innovative use cases and prepare for the possible launch of the CBDC in the future” Back in Oct. 2021, Mastercard said that it would be preparing its payment infrastructure for integration with CBDCs. Likewise, Visa believes that stablecoins and CBDCs will play meaningful roles in payments and has an ongoing blockchain interoperability project related to the matter. Senior company representatives at the unveiling of Hong Kong’s second phase of CBDC tests (HKMA) Bitget’s comfy run in Q1 According to its first quarter update published on May 17, cryptocurrency exchange Bitget reached $59 billion and $658 billion in spot and futures traded respectively, representing growth rates of 8% and 27% from Q4 2022. In other metrics, the book value of the exchange’s Protection Fund surged to $380 million from $300 million during the same period, aided by a bullish rally in the price of major cryptocurrencies. The exchange says that its proof-of-reserves increased from 223% on December 20, 2022, to 246% on April 03, 2023, as it completed listings for 105 coins, bringing the total to over 500 listings. The exchange’s native token, BGB, rallied by 120% during the quarter to $0.47 apiece at the time of publication. Biget is committing $10 million over five years in a novel Blockchain4Youth initiative to offer blockchain courses and certifications through Bitget Academy and will host campus lectures in partnership with universities worldwide. In April, the exchange received its regulatory license in Lithuania, allowing it to provide crypto services both in and from the Baltic nation. Bitget’s website traffic has also grown significantly during the same period (Bitget) Huobi’s latest drama On May 16, Justin Sun, founder of Tron blockchain and relatively new de-facto owner of cryptocurrency exchange Huobi Global, published a series of allegations against Wei Li, the brother of Huobi Global’s co-founder Leon Li. In his statement, Sun accuses Wei Li of “receiving millions of Huobi (HT) tokens through “abnormal means” at zero cost and of “consistently selling off these HT tokens and cashing out.” “We plan to engage with Li Wei to negotiate a refund and arrange for the destruction of his remaining HT tokens. This action is not only a matter of justice but also serves the best interests of everyone in the HT DAO community.” Sun claims that “Li Wei has not made any substantial contributions to our community.” and would therefore seek disgorgement of any profits related to Wei Li’s sale of the tokens and send them to the null address for token burn. In response, Wei’s brother and Huobi’s co-founder Leon Li wrote : “I hope Huobi can provide evidence. If it is confirmed that it is zero-cost HT was obtained through illegal means, I will personally pay 10 times the HT [amount] to Huobi company.” Leon Li followed up by saying that “I hope that Huobi will return the user’s legal assets,” if the allegations are found to be false. In Oct. 2022, Huobi’s co-founders Leon Li and Du Jun reportedly sold 100% of the exchange’s stake to an investment firm controlled by Justin Sun. Since changing owners, the exchange has seen its fair share of woes , although Sun claims that Huobi has returned to profit and things have settled. If you’re curious, this wasn’t the first “abnormal” action surrounding the Huobi token either… 李伟可能并没有意识到,他的所作所为,一直在挥霍他的哥哥辛苦建立多年在整个社区的威望与信任。火币作为一个已经成立了十年的平台,在重返三大的路上,对于此行为,绝不会姑息,和稀泥,不会让任何一个真正在现货买入HT的人失望!我们一定负责到底! No news is good news as GameFi token surges over 300% On May 17, the token of NFT multiplayer online battle arena game Superpower Squad (SQUAD) surged by over 300% to a high of $0.017 apiece within a single day before its pullback. No material news was associated with the development, and the token’s price has mostly been on losing streak since March. Superpower Squad’s developers tells Asia Express it has two game modes in development. The first is a “Zombie Crisis” survival mode where top surviving players would receive NFT props (items used to kill enemies) upon round completion. In the second game mode, players would receive unique buffs (temporary powers) depending on clan composition of NFT heroes, which each clan requiring one NFT hero of legendary rarity. Read also The devs stating things are still moving comes after community speculation that the game had ceased development as the price of SQUAD dropped on also seemingly no news. The game previously surpassed 100,000 downloads in January. Superpower Squad is by no means the first blockchain project to have high price variance for no particular reason. On April 14, shares of Singaporean Bitcoin (BTC) mining operator SAI.TECH surged by over 360% in one day to a high of $7.42 before giving back much of its gains. Like Superpower Squad, SAI.TECH had no material announcements either before or after the wild price action. Superpower Squad’s mysterious rally on May 17 (CoinMarketCap) Subscribe

Superpower Squad Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Superpower Squad's headquarters?

    Superpower Squad's headquarters is located at Victoria.

  • What is Superpower Squad's latest funding round?

    Superpower Squad's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • Who are the investors of Superpower Squad?

    Investors of Superpower Squad include EVG, Ankr and KuCoin Ventures.

  • Who are Superpower Squad's competitors?

    Competitors of Superpower Squad include Prota Games and 4 more.

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