The gaming industry is particularly ripe with use cases for what blockchain-powered technology can bring to the table and is a wonderful place to start building with blockchain.
The FSC report highlights new regulations that introduce stricter licensing requirements for digital currency exchanges and token issuers based on the risks involved.
A good game must provide a sense of achievement, entertainment, challenge, education, and gratification to its players, as that is essentially what they are willing to pay for.
Here is a list of some interesting and disruptive developments related to payments and blockchain technology happening right now—take a closer look at some of them.
The prices of inter-linked LUNA and UST tokens on the popular Terra network tanked this week, causing leading exchanges, including Binance, to suspend transactions in those assets.
NFTs provide the ability for game designers to add a different incentive dimension for players, allowing them to get more engaged in the games by adding a meta-game element.
The SEC warned that Leefire, which is issuing an ICO and promising lucrative returns, isn’t licensed to service the local market with its pyramid-like products.
For a game to develop real value, players must have an equal balance and skill component as a factor of winning. Without these, the game is nothing more than a complex slot machine.
A Uniswap user claims Uniswap, its founder and backers have been aware of fraud, pump and dumps, and rug pulls on the exchange but didn’t do anything to stop it.
Dr. Craig Wright recently published a blog post titled “Decentralization,” where he discussed the common misconceptions surrounding the topic and argued why proof of stake system tokens are just securities.
There are five reasons why BSV token price is low despite the organic demand, according to Joshua Henslee who also notes three things that can change the direction of BSV.