Elemon and Corsair Unite for GameFi Partnership

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Elemon’s partnership with Corsair is one of the biggest on Binance Smart Chain. Both protocols have already combined to incentivize users with mouthwatering rewards.

Elemon Announces Big Partner From Decode X-Factor Contest

Elemon has finally announced the significant partnership deal from its Decode X-Factor mini-contest. The Idle Role Play Game (RPG) on Binance Smart Chain (BSC) has struck a partnership agreement with Corsair’s leading source for PC components and gaming hardware.

Elemon held the mini-contest earlier this month for users to predict its billion-dollar strategic partner. After numerous entries, Elemon broke the partnership deal on October 23rd via its official Twitter page.

“Elemon would like to announce the name of our billion-dollar strategic partner with alias X-factor,” tweeted Elemon. “MAY #ELEMON PRESENT TO YOU – @CORSAIR. That’s one small step for Elemon & Corsair, one giant leap for NFT Gaming industry.”

The Decode X-Factor contest recorded 20,196 participants. However, only six participants emerged as the lucky winners of Elemon’s $1500 price pool. Elemon announced the winners on October 25th through Twitter.

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The Biggest Partnership on BSC?

The partnership between Elemon and Corsair represents one of the biggest deals on BSC and a significant milestone in the Decentralized Finance (DeFi) industry. The deal is historical as Corsair, a top name in the traditional sector combines with a Non-fungible (NFT) GameFi protocol.

The agreement is the first time a big name in the traditional sector will merge with a project in the crypto space. Together, both protocols will establish a multifaceted partnership that aims at achieving a sustainable future. For clarity, Corsair will not only become Elemon’s strategic investor and marketing partner but will collaborate with the GameFi project to develop its product.

Generally, Elemon’s deal with Corsair is big news for the GameFi project because Corsair would bring numerous customers from the traditional gaming market. With a fanbase of over 1 billion followers worldwide, Corsair will expand Elemon’s ecosystem. In addition, Corsair’s experience in the gaming sector will provide the necessary know-how to the Elemon team, ensuring that the best games are produced in the NFT market.

On the other hand, Corsair will also get crypto clients from Elemon’s large communities and growing fanbase. In essence, the partnership will yield benefits for both protocols.

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The First Of Many Innovations

Corsair and Elemon have already combined to create an innovation to incentivize users. The innovation is a follow-up to the Decode X-factor game. This time, users will participate in a mini-game called GOLDEN TICKET – RACING TO X-PRIZES to earn from a price pool of $20,000.

The mini-game started before Elemon announced Corsair has its X-factor—strategic partner. The competition began on October 22nd and will end on October 27th, and users stand a chance to win prizes when they complete tasks. Elemon urged users to participate and win rewards on October 24th, emphasizing the number of days left.

“GOLDEN TICKET: RACING TO CORSAIR PRIZES – 3 DAYS LEFT,” tweeted Elemon. “The more tickets you collect, the higher chances to win the total $20,000 awards from our billion-dollar strategic partner @CORSAIR!”

The contest is ongoing, and anyone is eligible to participate after performing some specific tasks. Refer to Elemon’s blog for details on how to participate.

About Elemon

Elemon is a protocol built on BSC with many Play-to-Earn features. The protocol combines the most significant aspects of gaming and digital collectibles. Elemon’s mission is to build a comprehensive platform of digital monsters that will enable millions of individuals to participate in the NFT and blockchain-based gaming world in a simple, creative, and enjoyable way.

The native $ELMON token also has utility on the protocol. Users can use the token to farm and make payments in its NFT marketplace along with other tokens. Elemon will also add more use-cases for $ELMON in the future.

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