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If you have a love for equine art, this dApp is for you. Zed Run lets users build a legacy with a winning digital racehorse.
You can buy, breed, race, and create a legacy with your own stable of digital thoroughbreds. The value appraised for your legacy increases as it gains race experience and performs better on the racetrack.
To celebrate the launch, ZED RUN is releasing 4,000 super rare digital thoroughbreds at discounted prices. After releasing a total of 38,000 digital thoroughbreds, they plan to release colts, fillies, mares, and stallion to diversify the profiles by creating new offsprings with unique combinations of inherited traits.
For your information, their website displays the racing prize pool on their landing page. At the time of writing this article, the pool was 11.2702 Ether, which equated to $3461.42. Not bad, not bad.
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