The First Crypto Token And NFT Poker Game
Win Massive BNB Jackpots by matching the right NFT card pairs!
How It Works
As Rare As The Pair
Each NFT card is custom made by our in-house artist. No code-generated variations here.
Just like a deck of cards, there are 52 cards in the collection, each with their own unique design.
Each card is designed off of a current or historical figure that greatly impacted their field of expertise.
A Token Built For The Game
When it comes creating a token designed for a game, it should only be utilized for the game. That’s why we’ve committed the tokens and liquidity to the game. This creates a level playing field for the investors.
Frequently Asked Questions
Joker’s Wild is a crypto token and NFT based poker game that allows players to win a jackpot if they hold the weekly announced pair. Learn more by viewing the game manual.
$JWILD is a BEP-20 token built onto the Binance Smart Chain Platform. It was created with the intention of being a utility token for the Joker’s Wild Game.
Currently, $JWILD is available for purchase on Pancake Swap.
The Joker cards are wild cards designed after each team member (and King Kane). These are cards that can be used in the play of any card in order to create a winning pair.
For the pre-sale of $JWILD, there is a minimum of 1 BNB to receive your FREE NFT and limited to the first 52 investors that invest at least 1 BNB.
We will announce the weekly pair on our social media and community platforms. If you have the NFT cards that match the weekly pair, go to Payout Request to initiate your jackpot collection process.
Winners will need to go to Payout Request to request their jackpot payout. In order for the winner to receive their jackpot, they must fill out the payment request form and send the NFTs back to our NFT wallet address. Also, a winner must be holding at least .2 BNB worth of $JWILD token during the hand period to receive the payout.
Hand periods run Monday-Thursday and Friday-Sunday
If there are no payout requests, the jackpot gets rolled over to the next week and accumulates until someone requests a payout with the winning weekly hand. It is possible for someone to have a winning hand, but not request a payout.