In a recent post on Medium, DeepBrain Chain introduced OneGame, a decentralized virtual world built on DeepBrain’s public chain. OneGame is being developed by a company named Mokuni, an American gaming business.

OneGame is a decentralized and self-evolving virtual reality platform created by Pu Shi, a former Google engineer responsible for much of Google Map’s codebase and architecture. OneGame has the audacious goal of outpacing the constraints that separate virtual reality and the real world and allows anyone to create their own digital simulations. The game features a set of flexible game editing tools that allow players to create virtual worlds without programming experience.

OneGame is self-evolving and applies the principles of genetic combination and artificial intelligence. Through these features, the game will be able to organically adapt and change over time, based on the actions of its users. Other elements of the game are malleable too, like the AI of non-player characters through deep and reinforcement learning. OneGame’s gameplay is non-linear, making it an adaptable ecosystem to fit the needs of its userbase.

Developers and users of the platform are incentivized with Wan Shi tokens for top performance. The total number of Wan Shi tokens is limited to 10 billion, with 3 billion used as an incentive pool. These tokens also work as a governance tool for the platform, giving users control and a stake over the game that they’ve worked to create. Users can also earn tokens by deploying a mining service on DeepBrain Chain’s computing platform.

Due to OneGame’s innovation in AI and deep learning, it has received investment from the DeepBrain Foundation, Loopring Foundation, Youbi Capital, Litecoin Foundation and others.

OneGame’s development team will first make a sandboxed version of its game as the first step, with a public beta released sometime between July and August this year.

On page 4 of OneGame’s whitepaper, the creators state that its game represents a “radical paradigm shift” that allows players to have ultimate developmental control of their virtual reality.

DeepBrain Chain claims to be the first AI computing platform to use blockchain technology. The platform aims to save companies up to 70% on their computing costs while also securing data through artificial intelligence and deep learning.

DeepBrain Chain has finished the core and bottom layer of its architecture and AI training network, and is building its internal testing environment. The team plans to open its AI training network to key users by mid June 2018, with public testing of its MainNet scheduled for Q3 2018.

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