On May 5, 2018, Trinity Protocol officially announced partnerships with HyperDragons, Etheremon, and Decentraland, all of which develop interactive blockchain-based games. These partnerships incorporate Trinity’s state channels as scaling solutions.
Over the past few months, Trinity has released its open beta cross-chain asset converter, which allows users to convert TNC tokens between NEP-5 and ERC-20 token standards. Trinity aim to operate not only on the NEO blockchain, but other public blockchain platforms as well.
HyperDragons is a competitive fighting game, where users can collect, breed, and trade digital dragons. The game platform will generate smart contracts, where Trinity’s state channels will keep a record of game data. By using state channels, HyperDragons will be able to reduce transactional costs compared to those of on-chain transaction fees.
The two entities will also coordinate for brand promotion, operations and marketing, and technology improvements. The two aim to promote the blockchain gaming industry, advance technical progress, and lead the construction of the blockchain ecosystem.
Etheremon is a monster character collecting game where users can capture, train, transform and trade their characters. Trinity and Etheremon have partnered to increase awareness of token-based economics and to develop a virtual reality (VR) platform for blockchain games. Etheremon is the among the first games to unveil a blockchain-based game that integrates VR.
The partnership will allow for the two teams to collaborate on scalability through an off-chain data network, improving the game ecosystem security and transaction cost reductions.
Decentraland is a public VR platform where users can create an environment and distribute content in exchange for tokens. Users will also be able to “claim virtual land” on the blockchain ledger.
Trinity envisions the partnership will also further the development of non fungible token (NFT) assets, as improvements are made upon the value transfer in global blockchain games.
Additionally, Etheremon and Decentraland have partnered to develop their VR platforms.
“NFT and Blockchain Gaming” Event
Trinity recently co-organized a non fungible token (NFT) asset and blockchain game meetup in Singapore along with Decentraland and Etheremon. Other projects included Zeppelin and InWeCrypto. NFT’s are indivisible and each represents an individual underlying asset, such as a character in a game or a deed to a car.
Event participants shared their experiences with game development on blockchain, and their vision of the types of problems NFT assets might solve in the future.
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