Even during the global economic downturn, esports' popularity surged to new highs, intensified by the restrictions imposed by the pandemic.
One of the big names taking part in the upcoming CoinGeek Live Conference is Kronoverse, the independent game development company behind CryptoFights.
The Kronoverse CEO has guested on the Blockchain Gaming World, where he explored a range of topics including the Bitcoin SV-powered game CryptoFights.
This edition of CoinGeek Conversations we continue looking at gaming business powered by the Bitcoin SV blockchain. We speak to Kronoverse chief architect, David Case.
The Kronoverse decision to leave Enjin and Ethereum was met with much criticism because of the pre-sale of items backed by Enjin coin.
The Kronoverse team has made a switch from Ethereum to Bitcoin SV when it comes to building in-game items.
The decision to go the esports route was the logical continuation of the competitive community Kronoverse is building.
Kronoverse Inc., today announced its new membership with ESIC (Esports Integrity Commission) as part of Kronoverse’s focus on greater gaming integrity within the esports industry.
Cryptofights sees huge things ahead for esports, and with the BSV blockchain, they’re ready to hit it big.
Kronoverse has just completed the second beta phase of CryptoFights. Catch their team at the CoinGeek Conference in London to learn more about the fantasy fighting game.
The advantages Bitcoin SV offers for online gaming are obvious: unlimited scalability, instant transactions, regulatory friendliness and transparency for the players.