Games on the blockchain should also have real gameplay that will keep players engaged.
The Philippines’ own blockchain-based game ecosystem platform, Alto, recently signed a partnership with GGRocket in a bid to help benefit the gaming community, both the developers and players.
In a statement to BitPinas, Alto believes the alliance can help bring blockchain-enabled games to the mainstream.
Alto.io’s cryptogame challenge demonstrated how blockchain can be used in different games and how cryptoitems can be used across different game worlds.
The Alto.io and Waves partnership will translate to developers creating games & items on the Waves platform, benefiting from its fast transaction speed and low fees.
Game developers can choose between Ethereum and Hedera Hashgraph to create their cryptoitems while those who deployed on the former can port their code easily.
The top 5 pitches each won $10,000 cash and will proceed to the next round which is the demo submission.
This PH-based blockchain gaming project announced a contest where competitors must design and build a cryptogame for the chance of winning up to $150,000.
Alto.io’s partnership with Cloud Alliance hopes to bring in new revenue streams and improve user acquisition.
With app stores taking more money and free-to-play games hurting developers, here’s how blockchain can change the current status quo in the gaming industry.