Katana Inu

Katana Inu is an on-chain multiplayer free-to-play and earn game that features fast-paced sword and spell fighting. Its goal is to attract web2 gamers to the world, offering competitive gameplay akin to big titles like Fortnite, PubG, and League of Legends, with a focus on being enjoyable to play. The game includes features such as rankings, the collection of rare , participation in tournaments, and involvement in eSports leagues.[1][2]

Launched in 2023 on the , Katana Inu is powered by the $KATA token. This primary in-game currency is used by players to purchase in-game items, cover tournament entry fees, and access discounts on trading fees.[3]


katana Inu is a (crypto, NFT) PC game with AAA graphics, limited NFTs and its own marketplace. It is a third-person game that focuses on fast-paced sword and spell fighting. The goal is to attract web2 gamers to come over to web3 and compete with big games like Fortnite, PubG, League of Legends etc. The focus is Fun2Play. Having Rankings, collecting rare NFTs, participating in Tournaments, and playing in eSports leagues.

Katana Inu boasts high-quality graphics and is designed to accommodate various chains, exchanges, NFTs, memes, and more. We plan to create unique 3D character models and swords for these entities, integrating their communities into the Katana Inu experience.

Katana Inu comes with its native cross-chain NFT marketplace, which is open to Katana Inu players, regular art dealers, and gamers from other NFT projects.


Katana Inu distinguishes itself in the blockchain gaming landscape with its high-quality graphics and detailed character models, aiming to provide a more immersive play-to-earn experience. Katana Inu features two main gameplay modes: a battle royale allowing up to 60 players in an open-world setting, and an arena mode for more concentrated 1v1 and 3v3 battles.

Players can assume the roles of Shiba Inu-inspired humanoid characters, with a choice of fighting styles including martial arts, magic, and melee. The game hosts monthly tournaments where players can win unique NFTs and KATA tokens, with these events streamed on popular platforms.

In-game, NFTs serve as cosmetic items, enhancing character personalization without affecting combat performance. Players can collect various items and complete tasks to unlock new abilities and join one of seven factions. Additionally, Katana Inu includes a native NFT marketplace for a wider community of creators to trade digital artwork.

Katana Inu Ecosystem



NFT Marketplace

Staking System



KATA is an ERC-20 token on Ethereum and a BEP-20 token on BSC. BSC is secured through the proof-of-stake consensus mechanism. 21 validators are elected every 24 hours to validate transactions and maintain blockchain security. These validators have to stake a certain amount of BNB coins with Binance to be eligible.

Best way would be on Pancakeswap or Uniswap with Metamask wallet. We are big supporters of keeping tokens in a non-custodial wallet. Token is also listed on plenty of Centralised Exchanges like Hotbit, Probit, MEXC Global, Bitmart, Digifinex.

Token Distribution

  • Advisors (6%): linearly over 24 months
  • Liquidity (5%)
  • Marketing (6%): eight months cliff, linearly over 24 months
  • Treasury (7%): six months cliff, linearly over 24 months
  • Team (25%): six months cliff, linearly over 36 months
  • In-game rewards (29%)
  • Private sale (10%): two months cliff, linearly over eight months
  • Public sale (6%): linearly over four months
  • Seed sale (5%): two months cliff, linearly over five months
  • Airdrop (1%): linearly over 12 months

Partners and Influencers

Team Members

The team behind Katana Inu, known as Chainvision, is a group of German developers who joined forces to create this game. The four core team members have a background in sales and e-commerce and are supported by various crypto VC funds, including BlueZilla. Katana Inu's website lists over two dozen backers.

Additionally, Katana Inu boasts an impressive lineup of advisors, including Wulf Kaal, co-founder of DEVxDAO; Ian Scarffe, a highly respected blockchain expert with two decades of fintech experience; and Timo Trippler, an ICO advisor.

The team comprises 15 members from across Europe, along with 35 game developers and 5 blockchain developers who have collaborated on numerous projects and work together seamlessly.


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