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Gamified Blockchain Rewards Program Unveiled by Kriptomat Exchange

Gamified Blockchain Rewards Program Unveiled by Kriptomat Exchange

A cryptocurrency exchange, Kriptomat has recently launched the first gamified blockchain rewards program in the world called The Dragon Riders of Kriptomat. The CEO of Kriptomat, Srdjan Mahmutovich explained, “We are thrilled to lead the charge when it comes to adopting blockchain for rewards because we honestly believe that on-chain tokens are the most advanced form of a digital asset in existence.”

Blockchain-game Craze has Slumped In China

Blockchain-game Craze has Slumped In China

The craze of a well-known blockchain-based game named CryptoKitties, which allows players to trade & grow virtual animals has dried up in China. The CEO of blockchain gaming firm Blocklords located in Shanghai, David Johansson explained, “The early buyers of these kittens thought they would get rich, that was what spurred the actual bubble. It was very hard to recover from that.”

Egretia & JPlay Shoots Blockchain Football Game

Egretia & JPlay Shoots Blockchain Football Game

A collaboration was recently established between a distributed ledger technology (DLT) project, Egretia.io with a blockchain-based eSports platform, JPlay. The collaboration aims to launch a blockchain mobile game in a 3D atmosphere which supports a variety of cryptocurrencies such as EGT, ETH and many more. The exciting blockchain mobile game reportedly will be called as Football King

Closed Beta Of Battle Racers Propelled

Closed Beta Of Battle Racers Propelled

An arcade-style blockchain game, Battle Racers has been launched as a closed multiplayer beta which reportedly allows the players to trade or sell their vehicles using customizable and tokenizable ERC-721. The announcement was published in their official Twitter account which stated, “Our closed multiplayer beta is now LIVE! Thanks to everyone who raced with us when it opened; The game is up for 48 hours.”

Video Game Developer Opts Blockchain Route

Video Game Developer Opts Blockchain Route

A video games developer and publisher, nWay has unveiled a new blockchain-powered monetization system which integrates nWay tokens into its games. The CEO of nWay, Taehon Kim explained, “We strongly believe this will allow games created on nWayPlay platform to run game economies in a far more flexible way, allowing value to flow in many ways instead of only player-to-publisher as it has always been.”

CryptoKitties’ Developer Partners with NBA for Collectibles Game

NBA Players Association has revealed that it is teaming-up with Dapper Labs, who are the developer behind CryptoKitties in launching an NBA Blockchain collectables game called NBA Top Shot. Josh Goodstadt, NBPA executive said, “We believe blockchain technology creates a truly unique product that fans can collect, manage and engage within a fun environment.”

Ron Segev Calls Blockchain in Casino as No Brainer

The iGaming and DLT lawyer at Segev LLP, Ron Segev has explained in a recent interview has revealed that he believes in the potential of blockchain technology. Segev explained, “People say that we’re exiting the winter of blockchain because people were so focused on cryptocurrencies and the value of cryptocurrencies, and they took their eyes off the actual fundamental usefulness of blockchain tech and the tokens, and the powerful things that it can do.”

Blockchain Game “Flyff for GameXCoin” Dispatched

GameXCoin has shared their plan to launch a blockchain game named “Flyff for GameXCoin” and a gaming platform app “GameXCoin”. The CEO of GameXCoin explained, “Our team designed the infrastructure of our product so that the public can easily utilize it even without blockchain-related knowledge. We will be working hard to introduce various contents, ultimately contributing to the popularization of blockchain games.”

Hero To Build Live Fantasy Games On Blockchain

Hero (an esports platform) has revealed that it is developing fantasy and betting on the blockchain, HeroSphere.gg which will be live fantasy — allowing gamers to see the performance of their players in the contest in real time. The company also recently launched a shop that supports HEROcoin as a payment method — enabling gamers to buy skins for Counter Strike: Global Offensive or Dota 2, as well as prepaid cards and vouchers from Paysafecard, Steam and Blizzard.

CGC Kyiv 2019 Blockchain Gaming Conference, Ukraine Oct 10-11

One of the largest blockchain gaming conference will be organized in Ukraine, the CGC Kyiv 2019 will take place between October 10th-11th. The Head of Global Business Development of GUMI inc, Masaru “Nogi” Ohnogi commented, “CGC is the only conference purely focused on blockchain gaming, where we can meet and deeply discuss technologies with people who are enthusiastic and passionate about it.”