P2E is the world of different opportunities accessible both to those who already own digital assets and those who are making their first steps towards crypto enrichment.
Becoming a Player
In most cases, this path is chosen by those who adore gaming and want to convert their passion into stable income. P2E playing is open to people of any age, race, gender, and background – this industry is free from gender or age-related salary gaps. P2E community is supportive for beginner gamers, it is the industry of like-minded people where you can achieve recognition, share experiences, and find new friends.
You don't necessarily have to buy pricey NFTs to start playing. Thanks to NFT rentals, everyone can become a player without any significant investments. By the way, PROM is going to launch its own rental soon!
Becoming a Lender
As a rule, lenders are the ones who set huge financial goals, want to get some stable passive income, or just have too many potentially profitable NFTs on the shelf. Meanwhile, this role is also popular among gamers, who want to monetize their assets when they are not used in a game. Gamers may even have additional benefits from lending out their NFTs: the more an asset is played with, the higher are the chances that it will be upgraded, and, as a result, go up in price.
Thanks to NFT technologies, lending is secure. No assets can be burnt or stolen.
Lenders are welcome to explore the market, choose the fittest and the most beneficial games, and, consequently, invest in variable assets with the most promising potential.
Staking game tokens
Staking is the way many cryptocurrencies verify their transactions (proof-of-stake model). You can commit your crypto assets to support a blockchain network and confirm transactions and eventually earn rewards for it on a regular basis. Staking usually implies buying significant amounts of cryptocurrency and joining a staking pool to make these assets work.
Your coins are still in your possession when you stake them. You're essentially putting those staked coins to work, but you're free to unstake them later if you want to trade them (with some cryptocurrencies, you're required to stake coins for a minimum amount of time).