Blockchain-based sports platform Zetly has announced a new partnership with Haste Arcade, with the two groups working together to bring the sports metaverse to life on the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
eSports platforms, Zetly and PowChess have partnered to allow more people to play online games using the BSV Blockchain as its core platform.
Haste Arcade has partnered with Fabriik, which enables end-users to perform all actions of a crypto-to-crypto exchange in just three steps through its Weave solution.
CryptoFights has integrated the Weave API into its platform so players can trade seamlessly, in real-time, without needing to leave the game—a key benefit for gaming sites.
The eighth CoinGeek Conference will feature an eSports panel, where attendees can hear the thoughts of FYX Gaming CTO David Case, WESCO President Daniel Cossi, Built By Gamers CMO Tyler Farnsworth, and Espo CEO Henry James.
The CoinGeek Conference organizers are pleased to announce the eSports panel: Casual Games & eSports on Blockchain, where attendees (virtual and in-person) can hear the thoughts of John Brackens, Adam Kling, and Gu Lu.
Headlining the partnership is the inclusion of FYX's flagship title CryptoFights on Unikrn's proprietary gaming product Unikrn Virtual, which uses historical esports match data to power a non-stop stream of content coupled with live betting markets.
FYX is a re-branded continuation of the blockchain-based eSports platform initially developed under the Kronoverse name and is presently in its final development phases ahead of its 2021 public launch.