Pu'Shing Bhu'Tons: Terra Damnata
Pu'Shing Bhu'Tons: Ignes Fatui
the Pu'Shing Bhu'Tons 'Verse
Contract Address: 0x4877d13ac6ccaa947b74792b9bd46afc5e00e8eb
One astronomical unit (AU)* is approximately 92,955,807 miles. This distance comes from averaging the maximum (aphelion)* and minimum (perihelion)* distances between the Earth and the Sun. We continuously see further into the Universe with our ever improving precision measurements gained from our impressive technologies. The AU is now primarily used for measuring distances inside the Solar System* (or, inside other star systems). For greater distances (e.g. galactic*), the parsec* is preferred. Turns out, there's a whole lot of space out there and an AU is too small to talk about it. So for intergalactic distances, the AU's additional job is to help define the parsec.
Groovy. What's that got to do with tPBV?
tPBV is the tokenized representation of one AU within the Pu'Shing Bhu'Tons Universe.
Wait. What? Why?
The 'Verse is big. We wanted to represent the part of spacetime where the Pu'Shing Bhu'Tons Series takes place. As mentioned above, an AU is used for measurements within star systems. We thought it fitting for our first star system measurement, recorded on Ethereum, to be an AU.
Okay. So, what's tPBV good for?
Owners of tPBV will have access to the "God Mode" Zeemz Portal during Adventures. With GM-enabled, previously impossible levels become a breeze. Enabling GM depletes your tPBV, so don't get carried away playing god.
Rock on. How do I buy tPBV?
At this time, tPBV can only be obtained through direct contribution to the development of the Pu'Shing Bhu'Tons 'Verse. We are currently creating the VoluntZeemz Contributors' Guide. It'll cover the best ways for contributors to earn tPBV, ZMZB, or ZMZLR. It'll also describe our distribution rates.
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* Astronomical Unit : "149597870700 meters (exactly)" since 2012* aphelion : Earth's maximum distance from Sun * perihelion : Earth's minimum distance from the Sun* Solar System : the name of our star system (Star = Sun | Planets = Venus, Mercury, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, and dwarf Pluto)* galactic : of or pertaining to a galaxy or galaxies; a galaxy is a gravitationally bound system of stars, stellar remnants, interstellar gas, dust, and dark matter. * parsec : parallax arcsecond