This edition of CoinGeek Conversations we continue looking at gaming business powered by the Bitcoin SV blockchain as we speak to Kronoverse chief architect, David Case.
Kronoverse Inc., the independent game-development company behind the CryptoFights skill-based fighting game, and member of ESIC (Esports Integrity Commission), has secured further funding via technology investment firm Persimmon Hill Ltd. and technology entrepreneur Calvin Ayre.
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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.
Adam Kling is bringing the power of Bitcoin SV to the eSports industry to improve integrity and increase fair play.
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.
Kronoverse, Inc. today announced a partnership with the world’s largest esports company ESL to develop and scale Kronoverse’s upcoming CryptoFights game and the entire Kronoverse gaming platform.
Several speakers focused on the importance of enterprise adoption for Bitcoin SV, and how companies can easily improve with the original Bitcoin.
Cryptofights sees huge things ahead for esports, and with the BSV blockchain, they’re ready to hit it big.