Fair.City is a real treasury found in the world of simulation games that exercises all blockchain perks to provide gamers with fair and transparent gaming environment.
Focusing on emerging markets and ‘unbanked’ consumers, ALAX aims to bring fresh air to the gaming industry and merge mobile game experience with blockchain innovation.
Fair.Game is aimed at adding more transparency and openness to online games bringing the blockchain technology and smart contracts to the world of gaming.
The platform provides game developers with a new monetization strategy – the source of income is in the resources of their gamers’ personal computers.
Based on Ethereum smart contracts, the new Fishbank game is expected to educate a wide range of users on how to use cryptocurrency and virtual wallet
CRYCASH and CRYTEK create an ecosystem where gamers will be able to monetize their skills and gaming time, while developers will be able to attract more audience to their products.
Kibo Lotto, gaming platform based on Ethereum smart contracts, announced that the project development is complete.
The US-based video game developer introduced a new bitcoin payment option that will allow users in emerging countries to buy games without using their credit cards.
BitPay partners with Wargaming to enable its gaming platform to accept Bitcoin.
Apple has authorized a new game app, named Wheel of Bitcoins, that lets users to receive payments in virtual currency.
Bitcoin company Xapo partners with CEVO, a global eSports company, and Leet, bitcoin-based gaming service, giving away $21,000 in bitcoins.
Coinplay, the Kansas City-based PC game store that accepts Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and Litecoin, is supposed to be relaunched this week.