Premium Carrots AKA Michael on Riot Racers – Where Play to Earn Meets Play to Own Gaming (Episode 277)
Premium Carrots AKA Michael join us to discuss on Riot Racers – Where Play to Earn Meets Play to Own Gaming.
Michael AKA Premium Carrots is a Web3 executive and is in charge of Data Science and Marketing for Riot Racers. He has been in Crypto since 2017 and the NFT space since early 2021. Michael has a passion for all things numbers and data, NFTs, and enjoying the outdoors!
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00:01:06:03 – 00:01:25:10
Richard Carthon: Hello everyone. Welcome to another episode of Crypto Current your host here, Richard Carthon. And today I have a special guest all the way out in Rhode Island working on a really cool play to earn game that I’m excited to learn more about in that you should be excited to have on your radar. We have Premium Carrots a.k.a Michael with riot racers. How are you doing today?
00:01:25:26 – 00:01:30:09
Premium Carrots: Hey, I am doing excellent. I appreciate the air time here. Thanks for having me on.
00:01:31:07 – 00:01:37:12
Richard Carthon: No doubt, man. Well, excited to learn about this game, but first one to learn a little bit more about you, can you give us a little bit of background on yourself?
00:01:38:00 – 00:02:14:06
Premium Carrots: Yeah. So, so before Krypton NFT worlds, I was involved in finance for a while. Then I was involved in actuarial and data sciences. So career before crypto and empty space was I was in health, health and wellness industry, I was in banking, I was an insurance and that was the past like 12, 13 years. And then early in I dabbled in crypto in 2017, it was always kind of on my radar, but it was really into early in 2021 where I began to learn about entities and something really clicked with them.
00:02:14:27 – 00:02:38:29
Premium Carrots: I, I’m going to call it my early access, although it’s full blown issue, like seek medical attention type of thing. And I just went ahead first and I really I never looked back and you know, I’ve been in space since then. I went full time in the space and about like end of July, early August, someone full time and it’s been a wild ride and I enjoyed every minute of it.
00:02:39:16 – 00:03:16:03
Richard Carthon: Man. Well, congratulations on on taking that plunge. I know that going from, you know, a traditional working background to just full digital into like I am making this my full time job is is a big transition and it sounds like you have a lot of exciting things to be looking forward to in this space. So learning about crypto back in the 1718 but really getting passionate about it and like fully into it into last year. You know, one of the things I always like to bring up before we kind of go too deep in this conversation is do you think people are too late to get into crypto right now? So a lot of people say like they’ve missed the boat.
00:03:16:05 – 00:03:20:19
Richard Carthon: They missed the ship. Right. Like, they’re they’re too late. What’s your opinion on that?
00:03:21:11 – 00:03:53:14
Premium Carrots: You know, the short answer is no. I think the thing, too, is there’s probably different perspectives. So there’s this perspective of like press my two IDs that I missed the write up. And even for that, I think the answer is no. They’re you know, if you’re coming into Bitcoin ten years ago and you kind of now, obviously it’s going to be very different done from a price perspective than just thinking about the returns. But we’re thinking about it from more of a knowledge base and utilization case. I don’t think so at all. I think it’s a quick learning curve when you get it and you fully understand what it’s all about. Outside looking in it can be intimidating.
00:03:53:16 – 00:04:19:20
Premium Carrots: I remember really before I fully came in and embrace crypto an NFT is I thought very much it was black box it was you know I just I don’t know what that says or what the big deal about it is. But I think when people can really learn about blockchains and their future use and the tech behind it and all the good that it can do, I don’t think people are rather open to it at all. I really don’t.
00:04:20:11 – 00:04:47:09
Richard Carthon: I agree. And I just appreciate when, you know, hearing from people who are getting into the space even within the last like two years, that we’re still super early in this game and there’s still a lot of opportunity and a lot of various aspects within this space. So I appreciate you, you know, sharing that sentiment. But the reason why we came here, the reason why we’re here to listen more about this, to learn about riot races game. So what is it? How did you come up with it and why are you so fired up about this play to earn game.
00:04:47:20 – 00:05:22:03
Premium Carrots: Yeah so right answers I’m VIP design is for right racers. I’ve been with the team since July. The project started late April, beginning of May. It was founded by Mediacom and shortly after that our creative director, who was in charge of making all of our Nfts George came on the team, which by the way, I don’t know if we can demonstrate something, but they were just fantastic. So after that, you know, we took on more of our core team or our executive team rather than out where we are now.
00:05:22:05 – 00:05:57:17
Premium Carrots: It’s about 30, 35 employees, but riot races itself, it started out kind of as a we’ve always called it a play to earn game. I think what we’ve had for a while is a pay to play kind of model or game. And we’re so about to be rolling out a full player game. So right at Racers is we are a car racing and it’s Key Biscayne. So we have assets that are empty based so you can buy them on Opensea. We have cars, we have drivers for the cars. We have different pieces of land that all participate in the game, such as like gas stations and racetrack land.
00:05:57:27 – 00:06:21:07
Premium Carrots: So those play a role in races. People can own different assets, either a car and drivers, and have a hands on experience and actually participate in racing. They can own the racetrack, land or gas stations and have more of a hands off experience where they’ll reap rewards by holding those assets. But they don’t necessarily need to play in the game or participate in our discord and be there every day.
00:06:22:23 – 00:06:54:02
Richard Carthon: So for the past ten months, we’ve we’ve really been building behind the scenes and we have a large engineering team. We released the first iteration of our racing team, I think like maybe mid-February. And what the game entails is anyone can come and play if you have one car, one driver. Those are the two prerequisites to participate. And you come to enter yourself into a race. You’re presented with racing conditions. You choose racing strategy.
00:06:54:15 – 00:07:31:07
Richard Carthon: And based on the racing strategy that you choose how good your car is and how good your drivers, that impacts the outcome of a race. So you go into a race, you’re participating with other members and our community races are assumed in the background. You’re presenting a result if you’re on the pay in place, that you’ll enter a race with our native token, which is called Ride It, right? So again, see my interest for say five or ten, right? A token up to maybe a few hundred. And you will share in the reward pool, which is all given out, right? If you’re on our pay to play to earn so you can participate in racing at no cost.
00:07:32:00 – 00:08:11:20
Richard Carthon: We have a robust parental system that we’re putting the finishing touches on right now. So anyone to be able to come and rent out a car and driver combo for free and then because it’s a pay to play or a. Play to earn. You can go to races for friends when you enter races on our plate or inside. It’s the same format as our pay to play words. You know you’re given strategy. It’s your strategy, although they’re on the player or inside are pre-sold. So you don’t want to take the time, you just kind of click through and and that’s it. We’re our project and so we are all there we’re all kind of NFT native on call us we’ve all been in different communities, participate in them in different discourse and projects.
00:08:12:20 – 00:08:28:18
Richard Carthon: A lot of us are crypto native as well, but I think the exciting part about it, the thing that really gets us all together is we’re all auto enthusiasts, we all love cars. So to feel a matchup entities and cars into one company and project, it’s it’s really like a dream come true for a lot of us.
00:08:29:21 – 00:09:06:11
Richard Carthon: Well, yeah, that’s that’s really cool, man. So just so I can kind of run all that back. So there’s it’s a play to earn model where you’re playing with NFT game. There’s cars, mechanic shops, gas stations and racetrack land. So to be able to play you need and drivers so you need a driver in a car to be able to play. You also have a way that you can rent them and basically play for free if you want to, if you’re doing that model. But otherwise you have a way that you can go and use the native token to essentially bets on each of the races that you participate in. Now, I want to first focus on the the drivers and the cars for these NFT.
00:09:06:13 – 00:09:11:26
Richard Carthon: So by purchasing and finding these these particular driver in particular.
00:09:13:25 – 00:09:20:24
Richard Carthon: Car, does that give them an advantage in the race itself, or what are the mechanics in the background that makes the
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Richard Carthon: the the background algorithm kind of work?
00:09:25:20 – 00:09:26:05
Richard Carthon: Yeah.
00:09:31:06 – 00:10:02:14
Richard Carthon: Yeah, that’s a great question and I live through a lot of years and that was impressive to boil that down until like 25 to 10, 20 seconds and spit it back for me. So thank you for doing that to keep our listeners on track here. No problem. So cars don’t have any different type of skill rating or any like discerning traits necessarily at the moment that might make one car better than another. We have different classes of car. We have seven classes from rookie up to legendary. Your car class dictates the like buying or entry that you can do in a race.
00:10:02:16 – 00:10:36:19
Richard Carthon: So if you have a rookie card or you’re racing at lower or right amount entry, so you have riot, rather you have less or lower principles at a rookie level to go up to a legendary level. We’re going to more price pool right now on the cars. That’s the biggest difference. Over time, you’ll be able to buy upgrades for your car, your upgrades for your car, add to your car’s overall rating. And when you’re racing against two cars that are the same, when we do have upgrades and ratings, then a rating will impact a racing outcome. Having a higher one will provide you a benefit over the driver.
00:10:36:21 – 00:11:11:06
Richard Carthon: And so drivers do actually have skill rating. So when you’re purchasing or looking for a driver to participate or is that is something that’s really important that you want to look out for all of our drivers have a skill rating between I think it’s 323 to 433 and so forth. 33 is a cap. That total rating is divided into five different buckets. So we have traits such as speed and vision and handling and braking. Those numbers do matter. The actual like racing algorithm that happens in the background is made up of 51% of the user strategy.
00:11:11:09 – 00:11:46:08
Richard Carthon: So choosing the correct strategy based on racing conditions and strategy might be things such as what type of brake and do on use, what type of engine tuning, taking the craps driver for the racing conditions that are presenting the other 49% is made up of the car to the car’s total rating or upgrade or amount, which at the moment is not in there. And the other part of that 49% is the driver. So the drivers total reading skills do factor in and are an important thing to look out for.
00:11:47:19 – 00:12:10:09
Richard Carthon: Awesome. So a good indicator that for people who are looking to play, to earn and give themselves a leg up, getting yourself a good driver sounds like it’s you in a good position, especially as it relates to understanding the algorithm of strategy that you need for particular tracks. So now let’s go for the passive income standpoint. So we have the gas stations and the racetrack land to speak on that a little bit more.
00:12:10:27 – 00:12:42:17
Richard Carthon: Yeah. So we usually don’t like, you know, call it or refer to as passive income more. So we like to look at it as rewards. So if you own a gas station, do you own a mechanic shop if you own racetrack land? We have what’s called a owners club, for example, two things that require owners, club and RS rider rewards. Sure. So a right owner’s club, if you own, there’s four or five levels and depending on the assets that you have on your wallet, you can enter different levels. All those I’m in our site. So when you connect your waterside outside income, you can go to the rewards page.
00:12:42:24 – 00:13:18:19
Richard Carthon: It’ll show you what you’re eligible to enter. You can go ahead and do that. And then, depending on the level that you’re in, we’ll give you a token a certain amount per month as a reward. The rest right word share is a similar thing, but you don’t need like groups of assets to hit certain levels per se. Just as a baseline cards provide a token and race track land provides ride tokens just for holding on for months and all that’s sackable. So if you own ten or 20 cars, you’ll get ten or 20 times the amount of rewards by having that car.
00:13:18:27 – 00:13:26:00
Richard Carthon: And all this is done without staking, just by holding the assets. You can come to our site and you can claim those rewards.
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00:13:27:18 – 00:13:38:15
Richard Carthon: That’s really cool. So it looks like you have a lot of this built out. Obviously, you you are excited for what’s to come. And I believe launch is coming up pretty soon. Do you can you speak to that?
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00:14:12:09 – 00:14:44:03
Premium Carrots: Yeah. So like I said a while ago, I meant that we launched our pay to play portion where you can enter races for rewards. What we are slowly going to be launching in the coming weeks, days even is our full play to earn model. So as it is, you can actually go to our website and participate in the player and races. You’ll find them under racing school. They’re called racing school, so they have no entry. They’re free to enter and they pay outright rewards for each race.
00:14:44:17 – 00:15:25:15
Premium Carrots: What we will be launching is a rental system and a breeding system. So our rental system will be coming out rentals. Pretty much any owner of our empties, either car drivers will be able to rent those out. Everything that’s rented out is rented in a profit share system, so it’s all free. There’s no upfront cost. In exchange for having no upfront costs. You have to, as the rent, provide a portion of race winnings. So. So you come and rent out my car and you go and play for a week and you earn, you know, 500 tokens or I’m going to set a percentage fareham at 50, 60, 80%, whatever it is.
00:15:25:24 – 00:15:59:00
Premium Carrots: That would be the fee to actually rent it free of charge. You get to keep the rest. So that’s how our rental system will work. Rentals are indefinite. Once in assets, rent it out. There’s no timeline on when it can when it has to return. But what can happen? Me as the owner of an asset if I’m not happy with the way that the asset that I’ve rented out is being used, I can pull it back. And similarly on the rent design and for whatever reason they want to turn back the car driver and they can do that any time short of either of those two actions happening.
00:15:59:02 – 00:16:10:28
Premium Carrots: It’s it’s an indefinite period that that the rental occurs. Once all this is done on our site, we’re going to have like a rental marketplace up and running and it’ll be really UI friendly, very straightforward and easy to use.
00:16:12:14 – 00:16:45:10
Premium Carrots: Our breathing system, which really is called spawning or in our platform, will be a corresponding we say the word breeding and it’s kind of a nod or homage to the other companies that have paved the way. Right. And this is an industry term. But we looked at that and thought, well, breeding two drivers or human drivers doesn’t doesn’t really make a lot optically. That’s not great. Let’s not call it breeding and similarly on cars right and temporary to cars together so we’re calling it fine but for those actions you do need two assets paired together.
00:16:45:12 – 00:17:02:10
Premium Carrots: So either two cars paired together, any two cars will do. The offspring of those two cars will be the lesser class. So out of our seven classes, if you are sporting a legendary car, the highest one, and you’re spotting it with a rookie car in the last one, your offspring will be a rookie.
00:17:04:08 – 00:17:21:25
Premium Carrots: If you don’t have two assets on the car side, you can go ahead and use our riot racer owned truck recalling it. And first of all, extra fee on our spotting you own is one asset and you can produce an offspring on the driver’s side. You will need a male and female this fun
00:17:23:13 – 00:17:56:03
Premium Carrots: if you don’t have the two parts of this bonding equation, we have our own asset called Queen Bee, which you can come and basically rent or temporarily use to spawn. And the outcome the offspring of spawn drivers will have a total rating which is randomly generated between our lower and upper bounds for our existing drivers, which again are 323 and 433. They’ll also be randomized in the type to have like five or six different types of drivers and that will be chosen at random.
00:17:57:00 – 00:18:29:00
Premium Carrots: All this will be done on our website. Again, we’re building out really friendly UI system, really easy to interact with, and really these two components will help onboard and bridge the gap of time. The expensive nature of NAFTA is right. So as it is now, it’s come inside play and participate in our racing units by a car and driver. What’s my cost? At a minimum .15.2 is if you are in the NFC market, you know that maintenance but excuse me might not sound all that crazy.
00:18:29:15 – 00:18:40:00
Premium Carrots: If you are onboarding in your new, that could be a lot of money. So we’re hoping that this really enables and empowers a lot of people to come and participate in our racing platform. Really. No cost to them.
00:18:41:20 – 00:18:53:07
Richard Carthon: That is it’s an interesting concept for a lot of people who are already kind of in the space and understand like, you know, what is the standard as it relates to Ethan Nfts and what will be purchased?
00:18:54:28 – 00:19:44:06
Richard Carthon: The prices, you just said are very chewable, but for your brand new newbie who is coming in to a game of any sort, whether it’s mobile or regular game, it’s a it’s a premium to participate. How how has that. I have two questions. Just one, as it relates to this. The first is, as you look at mass adoption and as we onboard the new wave of people that are going to be coming into crypto gaming, how do we educate them and let in and let them know? Like this is basically like standard for participating in this type of environment and like or what is the onramp to make it potentially more affordable so that they can scale up and get to a point where they can be making those types of purchases to participate in these games.
00:19:44:18 – 00:20:21:15
Premium Carrots: Yeah. So I mean, I think probably three answers. One answer. What I really hope to see, I would like to see is that we can also empower people to purchase their own car and driver their own entities over time and participate in the game at that level. And we’re doing that by onboarding people through this free rental system, the free races, the free play to earn races. You know, people can come in and participate at that level, earn enough there and then go on and buy their own car and their own driver, then play that game and play that system off on these two assets as car drivers, which I can race, let me go and spawn them.
00:20:21:24 – 00:21:00:22
Premium Carrots: Create more. Now I can go and rent them out. I can earn myself the same way that this person was once doing that I was renting from. Right. They can stay in that lane of our platform. Or maybe they want to buy their own car and driver and come back over to the pay and play side and participate in races and soon down the road. I’d say probably, you know, end of Q2, maybe early Q3 for me rolling out an entire new season. On the pay to play side where I think you’re being very much like saying golf, FedExCup, where you have weekend tournaments that you have to qualify to get into.
00:21:00:24 – 00:21:36:21
Premium Carrots: So a qualifying activity might be raising a certain amount of times in the week or maybe winning a certain amount of races you’ll get into the weekend for it for free, which right it would be sponsoring and putting up a large prize for you would earn points in that weekend tournament for placing a certain level. And then if you are in the top 50 or 100 standings, you would get invited to like the year end big grand slam playoffs and with a huge, huge drivers. Right. It’s also like the experience, even though you’re starting out free and you’re not owning anything because there is this kind of scaling issue and then have to some extent on pricing.
00:21:37:08 – 00:21:49:04
Premium Carrots: So we’re hoping to enable people to basically move up as high as would like to go through the system and through, you know, providing these means to the end for for these users.
00:21:50:10 – 00:21:53:18
Richard Carthon: Yeah, I think there’s a definitely a unique approach to try to
00:21:55:13 – 00:22:30:01
Richard Carthon: appease some of the challenges of initial newbies coming into the space. So I am interested to see how all that plays out. One more kind of question I have just relating to the security of setting all this up. So recently in the NFT gaming played to earn space Axie Infinity had over a $600 Million breach with, you know, a smart contract being exposed. I’m sure this is a forefront of attention for for you and your team of making sure that everything’s staying secure. But what are some of the things you’re putting in place to make sure that this doesn’t happen within your own ecosystem?
00:22:31:05 – 00:22:55:01
Premium Carrots: Absolutely. And, you know, that was devastating news, obviously, to the. Absolutely. But really the play our community and you have to teach media as a whole. That was a huge, huge issue. I don’t think anyone was happy to see that. But hopefully we can learn all this, can learn from that and just push forward and get better. Specifically in riot racers, how we’re taking in security, what is of utmost importance.
00:22:56:18 – 00:23:33:08
Premium Carrots: You know, we leveraged the blockchain for certain components of our game, the components that make a lot of sense. What we’ve seen from other games that have come before us and that we’ve learned from is that the blockchain doesn’t necessarily make sense for every single activity that occurs. And either that’s, you know, we operate on poorly. So there isn’t a huge transactional cost per se. And for people that are coming to like, you know, buy from our marketplace or any other item, but we still have seen in other games when they operate on chain, everything is on chain.
00:23:33:10 – 00:24:04:27
Premium Carrots: So like there’s another excuse where races are on chain, you see issues over time. So how we are picturing this and. Specific to safety is that not everything has to be on chain for this to work properly. Like just because we are NFT and crypto, it doesn’t all have to be there. Certain things like your assets that you own coming to our marketplace and buying an NFT that could be on chain. It could be, you know, transactional in that way. We can reconcile that. You can see the proof of history, the proof of ownership, all that kind of stuff.
00:24:05:22 – 00:24:38:19
Premium Carrots: But other things such as our rental system, our rental platform for the safety of both parties, the rent, earn, rent, all that we’re going to do, we’re going to take that that kind of transaction, that process offline and do it instead on our own system, in our own data storage, in centers and servers, etc.. If you’re renting my asset in the game, in the algorithm, in the background that simulates all that’s going to happen, is that, okay, when you’re entering this race, you’re basically temporarily using or borrowing my car.
00:24:38:21 – 00:25:12:25
Premium Carrots: My car is an ID and it will simulate. And the alternatives that we’re obviously putting on chain, we’re sending you the asset, you’re sending it back. But there’s various exposure issues there. As you pointed out, you know, there is an accident. I don’t want anything like that to happen, especially as our platform grows and blows up and potentially has hundreds of thousands of users and a multiple that of assets floating around. We want to limit on that as much as possible. So this is kind of our approach to it is taking these simpler tasks, such in doing them in very safe and secure way that enables safety for all participants.
00:25:13:27 – 00:25:51:24
Richard Carthon: I think that’s a I think that’s really, really wise in the way that you’re kind of formatting it even from a standpoint of everything doesn’t need to be on blockchain, kind of, like you said, not all activities on there. And by taking some of the things off chain and having it be done in a secure way, I think does reinforce some of that security that you’re talking about. So I think that is a really cool approach to that. So happy to hear that you’ll have a good approach on on the security side of things. Um, but as we kind of wrap up here, man like this has been super informative and I’m excited to learn more about this and I’m sure everyone listening is going to want to go and check this out.
00:25:51:26 – 00:26:06:25
Richard Carthon: But I always like to finish with two fun questions. The first being with all the information that you’ve been able to learn with building out riot racers, if you can impart 1 to 2 pieces of wisdom to yourself when you first got started building this, what would you tell yourself?
00:26:07:26 – 00:26:40:02
Premium Carrots: Could take time for yourself, like take family time, take really long time, don’t just build and work all the time. Segmenting out like it becomes difficult when work is like life in reality and there’s really no separation. So finally, find that balance and find the ability to take a step back and realize, even though at the moment building is the most important thing and giving all the time to it because there is it is that busy and there’s, you know, these many things going on.
00:26:40:23 – 00:26:51:17
Premium Carrots: Take a step back and take an hour and go outside and spend time with your kids. But that’s probably looking at this from starting to during is probably like the biggest piece of advice that I would give out.
00:26:52:23 – 00:27:16:26
Richard Carthon: It’s a it’s a good reminder because it’s very easy to get tunnel vision and super excited and passionate about something you’re building and lose sight of. Just time for yourself and for family and for the things that matter. It’s you can do you can have a balance of both. You can do both. It’s just a matter of time management. So definitely, definitely appreciate that. But again, man, as we as we wrap up here, what is a final thought that you want to leave with all the listeners today?
00:27:18:12 – 00:27:52:14
Richard Carthon: You know, if I thought come, come to us, our platform, we’re at the amount of writers from Stockholm we have spent and we have a huge engineering team. We spent countless hours building on our platform really are a lot of our team has been in is empty space. We’ve participated in other entities. We’ve played these games. We like to think that we’ve learned from them. We’ve learned what was good and what’s bad. And I think we’re all really proud and excited about the product that we currently have out and the product that will be continuing to roll out our new one in the coming weeks.
00:27:52:16 – 00:28:08:09
Richard Carthon: And even down the road months and years, you don’t have a lot of other plans. So company was all about you can do that as as we just talked about all of it really for free through this rental system in the player and system so it’s a come to right.
00:28:09:13 – 00:28:42:09
Richard Carthon: Absolutely so go ahead to hear first from premium care’s okay Michael make sure you go check out ride racers got all the information on their website they have a really cool Twitter as well. I’ll make sure to share all the links in the show notes. But again, thank you so much for spending time with us. And of course, for everyone listening, stay cryptocurrency. Hey, crypto current crew. We want to give a quick shout out to all of our faithful listeners out there. It’s been an amazing journey and we really appreciate your support throughout the years as we’ve been growing as a community. Each episode, we decided that we would start sharing some of the reviews that you were leaving for us for today.
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