Blockchains and protocols used in Afflantium
The Afflantium ecosystem operates with several blockchains and protocols, making the most out of everyone:
Afflantium will have constant interaction with NFT and tokens at the blockchain level. Therefore, this interaction must be very fast, very cheap, and reliable. This is why we chose Solana. Since it fully complies with all these requirements and it’s becoming increasingly popular.
However, the Afflantium ecosystem uses several blockchains and solutions that perfectly complement each other and do not restrict users.
is Afflantium native blockchain. All purchased assets directly inside Afflantium (and not on external sources such as Opensea) will automatically be assigned to your wallet in Solana. Such acquisitions include: finding NFT, buying NFT through a marketplace in Afflantium, winning NFT or coins from another player, receiving payment for services, salaries, and so on.
Furthermore, if the user wants, he can transfer these assets to the Ethereum blockchain using Wormhole or to any other blockchain that will be supported in the future.
$AFFL tokens can be transferred to Afflantium into Solana wallet through Wormhole.
$AFFL tokens can be linked and used with your ERC20 wallet inside Afflantium (like Metamask)
NFTs can be transferred to Afflantium into Solana wallet through Wormhole.
NFTs can be linked and used with your ERC20 wallet inside Afflantium (also like Metamask)
NFTs can be linked and used with your ERC20 wallet inside Afflantium (once again, like Metamask)
Allows you to exchange tokens quickly and inexpensively.
Your Afflantium land is on the ERC20 wallet.
Once you link your ERC20 wallet to your Afflantium account, the verification system will recognize that you are the owner of this Afflantium land. This means that this land will appear in the list of your assets in your Afflantium account, while the land itself will continue to be in the ERC20 wallet.
If for some reason the land is not on the ERC20 wallet, for example, you sold it, then this land will also disappear from the list of your assets in Afflantium.
If you want to sell land in the marketplace inside Afflantium, or lease the land, then it makes sense to transfer this land from ERC20 to Solana, so as not to incur large Ethereum fees. This can be done on the Ethereum network as well.
Likewise, it works with all other assets such as artifacts and any NFT purchased from third-party marketplaces in Ethereum or the Polygon protocol.