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Disclaimer: The Industry Talk section features insights by crypto industry players and is not a part of the editorial content of Cryptonews.com.New crypto gaming project Calvaria is being compared to GameFi behemoths such as The Sandbox and Decentraland for the impact it could potentially have on the space.The battle-card strategy game appears set to disrupt the play-to-earn market when it launches with experts excited by its potential to attract casual and traditional gamers to the blockchain.The presale has raised almost $2 million since launch and is now moving into its final stage after the developers decided to end the presale early. Visit Calvaria Presale NowOriginally, the presale was meant to run for 10 stages with 300 million RIA tokens on offer.

However, the developers have now decided to tweak the presale offering, meaning stage 5 will be the final chance for investors to purchase RIA before they hit the open market, where the price is expected to surge.In an article to investors published on Medium, Calvaria revealed details of the changes to the presale.The presale is in stage 4 with tokens on sale for $0.025 each, with tokens to rise to $0.0325 in stage 5 - a 30% rise from the current price and 225% increase from the stage 1 price of $0.01.The important change, however, is that the presale supply will be drastically cut from 300 million tokens to 150 million - with 115 million of those already sold.When the presale rolls into stage 5 - after a target of $2.1 million and 120 million tokens sold - it will leave just 30 million tokens remaining, 20% of the presale allocation and just 3% of the total 1 billion max supply.That means investors have limited time remaining to secure their tokens before the project

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