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mission and vision

  • Overview

  • Play-for-Fun Comes First

  • Free-to-play-and-earn

  • Blockchain games are complex

  • 100% Decentralized

  • Sustainable Economy

factions

  • Overview

  • Background

  • Faction Zone

  • Eco

  • Tech

  • Industrial

  • Traditional

  • Eco Pirate

  • Tech Pirate

  • Industrial Pirate

  • Traditional Pirate

playstyles

  • Overview

  • Introduction and Gamemode

  • Tycoon

  • Adventure

  • Pirate

  • Bounty Hunter

game world

  • Overview

  • Story

  • CO2 & Population

digital collectibles

  • Overview

  • Ships

  • Resources

  • Tools

  • Buildings

  • Tiles

technology

  • Overview

  • Utility Token (TOS)

  • Multisig Wallet

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  • Marketplace

  • Cryptopia SDK

  • Solutions

blockchain

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Industrial

Peter Nolan

The Inheritors

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    The Industrial Viewpoint

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    Why You Should Join The Inheritors

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    Conclusion

Cryptopia’s Industrial faction, the Inheritors, paid most of their hard-earned fortunes to make the seasteading state possible. Without the finances of the Industrial faction, the Cryptopia wouldn’t exist.

The Industrial Viewpoint

The Inheritors seek to maximize profit by whatever means necessary. Their strategy: control as many resources as possible before the competition can.

For context, the Inheritors are pioneers who established businesses, innovators with means, and risk-takers who are willing to take serious risks to reap great rewards. The Inheritors were the first to make their move towards Cryptopia. They are often risk-takers who see the opportunity in things that people don’t understand. What may be distant continental platforms to the untrained eye; to the Inheritors, it’s the new frontier, and there’s profit to be made.

Why You Should Join The Inheritors

The Industrial faction are the people you approach if you want to build cities and bring people to your business. You can also count on them to do whatever it takes to get a business or an idea going. While they seek to be the first and the best in their field, they are group-oriented, organizing things for a bigger goal in mind. Inheritors take pride in their success and their reputations. They are far more concerned with what can be done in their lifetime, for they can reap the benefits while alive, rather than what their legacy will be once they’re gone.

Though the Inheritors have the reputation of being ruthless with their ambitious goals, they look to create a prosperous future for as many people as possible by maximizing all resources in order to get there.

So, if you’re resourceful, ambitious and the person with the plan, being an Inheritor might just be the right fit for you. After all, why limit yourself from going to the top when you can create all the advantages?

Conclusion

Peter Nolan, in his own words, offers this conclusion:

“If players want any sizable stake in this revolutionary undertaking, there is no question which faction to join, the rightful Inheritors of Cryptopia.

The Inheritors are called greedy. Well, everyone can use a little more money, or a lot. Money is energy after all: it’s a force multiplier, just like any other tool. It won’t solve everything but it gives a lucrative advantage to those on the right side. And money is always on the winning side.”

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