Day 1 of the CoinGeek New York Conference gathers David Case, Daniel Cossi, Tyler Farnsworth, and Henry James to discuss the future of iGaming and esports in the BSV Blockchain.
The first drop date is set for November, when the Zenescope characters will appear as available for purchase by players 18 and over for in-game collectibles offered on the FYX marketplace and will be usable inside of CryptoFights as an "Illusion" for players’ custom-made characters.
The latest funding round involves a mix of new and existing investors, including Ayre Ventures and Los Angeles-based Ventek Ventures, an early stage cross-border venture capital fund focusing on the U.S., China, and Southeast Asia.
Gaming is a global industry that’s estimated to reach $218.7 billion in revenue by 2024, and although it’s not fully understood yet, it’s going through the early stages of a revolution.
The acquisition of Unikrn by Entain gives FYX, one of the most successful operators in the BSV ecosystem, direct links to one of the biggest iGaming companies in the world.
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.
As non-fungible tokens (NFTs) grow in prominence in 2021, a panel of industry luminaries gathered at the CoinGeek Zurich Conference to discuss their potential impact on the blockchain industry at large.
BSV is offering gaming platforms new ways to engage players while also offering developers relief from their lingering Ethereum-based headaches.
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.
Day 2 of the Bitcoin SV DevCon 2021 picked up from the high energy and enthusiasm that the first day had ended on.