Moon Whitepaper

Gameplay Mechanics

The main elements of Moon’s gameplay

Moon Companies

These are the administrative units that represent businesses and all other types of private economic activity. The workflow of a company is based on the elements of material inputs, energy inputs, labour inputs, and output product/service.
Companies need to own, or be able to source the resources needed in the maunfacturing or service provision process. All payments are made with 2MOON tokens. Some resources will be present on a HEX land plot (for example, iron, graphite, etc.) on a randomized basis. Others will need to be sourced from elsewhere.

The Moon Labour Market

Moon has a workforce that is employed to build, service, and manufacture everything needed to create a long-term community. Every company has to engage labour for any type of economic activity.

The Moon Marketplace

This is where all Moon companies and players gather to trade and exchange goods. It is an open bid system where products/services are showcased by a player, and other players can make bids to acquire them.

The Moon Country Structure

Every country on Moon has three different governance components that need to be developed to ensure its survival and prosperity:
● Military. Defends the country from invasions and invades other countries to expand its own territory.
● Fiscal Administration. Administers tax revenues and government spending.
● Political Structure/Governance. The way the country makes decisions and runs national affairs.

The Moon Trading Mechanics

As mentioned trade of goods and resources with Ertha is an essential element in helping the Moon ecosystem develop. Trade between Ertha and Moon is governed by a series of rules and agreements between the two metaverses:
● Moon country governments decide what resources can be imported and exported – bans, quotas, and tariffs can be imposed.
● Ertha can also place restrictions on goods being imported to or exported from the Moon ecosystem.
● Moon countries can require companies/players to obtain special licences in order to trade certain categories of goods.