Kurt Wuckert Jr. is back on the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream with an Ask Me Anything episode, which touches on different topics beginning with the newly launched Kensei platform by nChain.
With a focus on creating an environment which encourages competition and entrepreneurship, CryptoFights joins an increasingly diverse group of businesses that have left the Ethereum ecosystem.
The daily CryptoFights transactions totaled 42,265 at the end of June. As of the time of writing, they’ve surpassed 545,000 on a daily transaction graph that is going vertical.
On this episode of Hashing it Out, we hear from Adam Kling, CEO and Founder of FYX Gaming and David Case, CTO and Chief Architect of FYX Gaming.
Since opening its beta to the general public, the game has become extremely popular, and is currently responsible for over a third of all actions performed on the blockchain.
David Case happened on the idea of CryptoFights as a blockchain-powered game making use of NFTs and other features.
With this new version, resource-hungry applications like CryptoFights should be able to make their complete debut with no practical limits, and the Bitcoin ecosystem should begin to see some very big blocks.
The test passed with very few issues, and FYX CEO Adam Kling promised to roll out the latest version to CryptoFights' army of beta testers.
Unikrn will incorporate CryptoFights into Unikrn Virtual, its proprietary gaming feature that uses historical esports match data to power a stream of content coupled with live betting markets.
The FYX Gaming executive delves into several topics related to Bitcoin versus Ethereum with CoinGeek Weekly Livestream host Kurt Wuckert Jr.
Unikrn Virtual will utilize the in-game data created during real-life CryptoFights matches, all of which is recorded in real-time to the Bitcoin SV blockchain via FYX platform, as the basis for a selection of new streams and markets on its platform.