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For Blockchain Gaming Companies, It’s Like the Early Days of the App Store
April 12, 2019

For Blockchain Gaming Companies, It’s Like the Early Days of the App Store

Blockchain Games could be the next big thing for decentralized ledger technologies. Here is how.

“In January, basketball legend Kobe Bryant shared the stage with 28-year-old Tron CEO Justin Sun at the glitzy NiTROn Summit in San Francisco, where Sun’s blockchain-based cryptocurrency company entertained more than 1,000 attendees at its first-ever developer conference.

Beauty pageant winners held the doors at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater, where Apple’s Steve Jobs regularly unveiled new iPhones and Macs. Bryant, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, five-time NBA champion, and one of the best career players of all time, was on hand to talk about entrepreneurship and his post-basketball life as a venture capitalist. His $100 million firm, Bryant Stibel, focuses on media, tech, and gaming, with investments in companies like The Players Tribune, a sports website, and Scopely, a mobile-game publisher.

The posh setting, the beauties, and Kobe were no accident. Tron, just a little more than a year old, was sending a clear message: we’re here to win, and we have a way to take crypto to the masses—games. Sun touted a recently announced $100 million fund to convince developers to make games on top of Tron, which Sun said was critical to mass adoption of blockchain-based gaming.”

Read the full thrilling article by Dean Takahashi here. 

Gaming is a key use case for Tender Economy due to its free use decentralised ledger technology.
* The beautiful artwork is provided by graphic artist  Evgeniya Porechenskaya


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