In this post we are going to see how you can buy Crabada without paying high commissions. Currently, it is not listed on any exchange, but you can get it through the DEFI Trader Joe exchange. If you don’t know how, let’s see it here.
If you want to know more about this cryptocurrency, below we are going to see what Crabada is so you can learn more about this cryptocurrency before buying it. Also, remember that you will need to set up the Avalanche network to your metamask wallet.
Where to buy Crabada
To buy Crabada, we are going to use Binance and Metamask wallet, for me it is the best option, but you can also use other wallets if you don’t use metamask. Binance is going to be used to buy AVAX or the cryptocurrency you want, to exchange it for the Crabada token. Next we are going to see a step by step if it is the first time you use a wallet and the Avalanche network.
If you already have Avalanche in your metamask wallet to pay for commissions, less than a dollar, you are simply going to have to go to trader joe, and copy the Crabada contract in order to find the token. You can find this on Coingecko by searching for Crabada or you can copy the contract from the Binance network just below:
With this contract, you will be able to find the token, in from to exchange it for the cryptocurrency you want in trader joe. In addition to adding the token in metamask and be able to see the amount you have once purchased.
It is currently listed on the exchange gate.io, which you can create your account below and buy without using trader joe in a simpler way.
Step by step
Let’s see in more detail how you can buy Crabada. The first thing to do is to login to Binance, if you don’t have an account you can create one here. With your account, you must make a deposit to have funds to buy AVAX. You can deposit funds with your credit card, to have the balance directly and without having to wait.
With your first deposit, whether it is euros, dollars or another currency, you must go to markets, and look for your currency with respect to Avalanche (AVAX). In my case, EUR/AVAX. Here go to the red sell button, and change your currency, in my case euros, for AVAX. We use AVAX because commissions on the Avalanche network are paid with this cryptocurrency, as happens with the Ethereum network with ETH. You can also buy USDT (Tether), but you must have a small amount of AVAX in your metamask wallet to pay for commissions, less than $1. 10-15$ of AVAX is enough.
Once you have AVAX, you must click on the cryptocurrency, and click on withdraw. Go to your metamask, and click on the address, you will see that an address is copied when you click on it. You must enter this address in Binance to withdraw your AVAX from Binance to Metmask. It is very important to specify the AVAX network (C-CHAIN), and the amount you want to withdraw. The commission is around 1$. Confirm that everything is correct and confirm the transaction.
Open your metamask wallet, and if you have the Avalanche network configured, the amount of AVAX you have transferred should appear in a few minutes. If you do not have the Avalanche network configured, I recommend you to look for how to configure the Avalanche network in Metamask, to be able to use it, without it, you will not be able to buy Crabada.
With this done, we must go to trader joe. Here in from, we indicate AVAX and to, the Crabada token. If you look for it, you may not be able to find it. In order to use it, you must copy the address of the contract and paste it. You can search for it in coingecko to see it, or you can copy it just below:
With this, the Crabada token should appear in order to be able to exchange.
Before clicking on swap, you will have to go to the settings wheel, Slippage tolerance and make sure it is set to 0.50% to avoid swapping your cryptocurrencies with large price fluctuations. You can change it at the top right of the wheel.
If you have the slipping tolerance at 0.50%, just click on swap, confirm swap and confirm the transaction in your wallet. After a few seconds you will be able to see your Crabada in your wallet. Remember to add the token in metamask, copying the cryptocurrency contract to be able to see your Crabada in your wallet. You will be able to use Crabada to play and earn money.
What is Crabada?
Crabada is an underwater world full of ferocious hermit crabs that fight each other and are called Crabada. Crabada can be bred and used in games to earn real-value cryptocurrencies.
Choose your destiny
Welcome to the world of Crabada. Rediscover the ancient and prosperous Kingdom of the Hermit Crab that was once ruled by Crustaco, King of the Crabs. Recruit loyal followers to your cause. Collect valuable resources from the mines and raise new warriors for your army. Plunder your enemies or the humble unsuspecting miners, claiming your rightful share of their wealth.
Will you be the one to take the place of King of the Crab, or will you sow the seeds of discord throughout the land? The world is your oyster. They will soon tremble when they hear your name.
Totally in chain
All Crabada live on the blockchain, so players have full control of their assets. All Crabada game interactions are processed on the blockchain transparently, including the RNG.
Infinite Crab combinations.
The descendants of the six crab factions are powerful warriors from a bygone era. Each with unique strengths and abilities that are inherited through breeding.
Choose from eight Crab classes, and each class contains eight Race Types that have unique abilities in battle.
Prime Crabada specialize in mining and can collect more treasure during the Mining Expedition. By having them in your mining party, mining rewards will be increased by an additional 10%.
Each Mining Expedition can be shortened by using High Speed Crabs. When the mining party has more than 230 total mining points, the duration of a Mining Expedition can be shortened by a maximum of 30 minutes, leaving a remaining mining time of 3.5 hours.
Activities and Cooldowns
Each Crabada can only participate in one activity at a time. When a Crabada is involved in an activity that is in progress, the Crabada cannot participate in other activities.
Some activities also have cooling-off periods. During a cool-down period, the Crabada rests to regain its strength and will not be able to participate in any activity. Once the cool-down period is over, it will be able to participate in activities again.
Frequency of activity
Looting missions require more active player participation than mining expeditions, but take less time to complete compared to the fixed duration of mining expeditions.
Due to the possibility of receiving reinforcements in battle, Looting Missions have a variable duration ranging from 1 hour to 3 hours to completion. Active players with a strong Crabada team might benefit more from participating in Looting Missions instead of Mining Expeditions.
Based on the scenario where a player primarily does Loot Missions, and is able to complete Loot Missions without facing reinforcements from players who are mining, they are able to complete up to 24 Loot Missions in one day.
A group of miners can only be targeted for looting in the first 0.5 hours – 1.5 hours of mining, depending on the cumulative speed attribute of the group of miners. The higher the cumulative speed of the team, the shorter the duration of its vulnerability to looting.
Once the looting window has passed, the mining group will end its mining expedition safely.
Looting a mining group with a reward modifier
Any reward amount modifier is not subject to being looted when the mining party loses the battle.
Both players will have the opportunity to hire up to two additional Crabada to join the battle.
When a mining party is raided, the defending player (the mining party) may choose to hire a Crabada as a reinforcement within 0.5 hours of the raid. When this occurs, the attacking player (Looting Party) may choose to respond with his own reinforcement of a Crabada within 0.5 hours of the Defender’s reinforcement.
After the first round of reinforcements, a second chance to reinforce is offered to the Defender, and then to the Attacker, before calculating the battle result.
If the Defender does not choose to reinforce in either round, the Attacker may not do so as well.
Winning the battle
The winner of the battle is determined by the highest combat attribute point total of each party.
Combat attribute points are calculated as follows.
Total health + Defense + Attack of the team
The defender wins when
Combat attribute points of the mining team > Combat attribute points of the pillaging team
The attacker wins when
Combat attribute points of the looter’s group > Combat attribute points of the miner’s group