Turkeys.io is a crypto project hailing from Oslo, Norway, and it’s making waves by fusing entertainment and profitability into a seamless experience. The crypto platform is introducing turkey racing on the blockchain, allowing participants not only to spectate but also to engage in on-chain betting through a dedicated Telegram bot designed for this purpose.
To join the races, users must make their turkeys eligible by depositing a specific amount of the project’s native cryptocurrency, $VEG. Once eligible, users can partake in racing and gambling activities within the platform’s decentralized application (dApp).
Turkeys.io’s Telegram bot streamlines the process by enabling the creation of wallets and seamless $VEG transactions within the bot interface. Races are announced hourly, featuring a selection of randomly chosen turkeys ready for competition. Players can select their preferred turkeys and place bets using their bot wallet balance.
Moreover, the project covers all gas fees associated with gambling within the bot, ensuring a hassle-free gaming environment for users.
Turkeys.io incorporates a digital farming concept, allowing users to cultivate non-fungible vegetables and take care of a flock of pixel turkeys, all under the official $VEG contract.
Users can purchase farmer NFTs using $VEG coins, instantly generating $VEG without the need for staking. In order to gain greater returns, users are encouraged to accumulate more farmers with each mint.
Additionally, turkey NFTs, available for a flat fee of $VEG, introduce an element of unpredictability by occasionally claiming a portion of the $VEG harvest when a farmer makes a claim.
While Turkeys.io has big plans ahead, Phase 1 focuses on entering the Ethereum mainnet, accompanied by robust social media engagement. Phase 2 will make Turkeys and Farmers available for minting, enabling users to delve into turkey racing and digital farming. Subsequent phases will emphasize social marketing, airdrop events, and community rewards, culminating in the introduction of diverse buildings in Phase 4.