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Parsec Frontiers Blockchainlooking For Theone

Parsec Frontiers Blockchainlooking For Theone

Parsec Frontiers blockchain Looking for theOne In this post were going to cover the choice of underlying blockchain technology for Parsec Frontiers . Well start from the goals to define requirements, discuss challenges and limitations, mention alternatives, and finally conclude with the choice of technology which we believe to be the best fit for our game. We say that Parsec Frontiers is the blockchain game, but what exactly does it mean? The PRSC token will be an ERC20 token on Ethereum to allow for an easier crowd sale process and ease of trading on external cryptocurrency exchanges. A corresponding PRSC asset will also exist on the game chain for use in the game world. One PRSC ERC20 token can be converted into one PRSC customized chain token. The exchange between ERC20 tokens and the customized chain token is facilitated by smart contracts that control the exchange back and forth. Any asset that players own in game, lives on the blockchain and can be traded on the market. The blockchain ensures transparency and validity of transactions, prevents double spending, and provides the immutable and public history that can be used for financial analysis. We plan to make the market available outside of the rich (3D) game client via a web interface for users, and a service API for developers. Trustless is the key word when we talk about blockchain technology. In Parsec Frontiers we aim to create the virtual economy backed with the technical guarantees of working according to the predefined rules, which neither players nor developers can violate. The problem is that blockchain on its own cannot act as the backend for the player experience in a modern real-time MMO, and the traditional trusted game server is still needed. Unfortunately this trust is viral once you allow a gam Continue reading >>

Multiplayer Online Rpgrunning On Blockchain

Multiplayer Online Rpgrunning On Blockchain

Multiplayer Online RPGRunning On Blockchain Theres a lot of obstacles for a game developer to pay something back, even if they wished to. Indeed, you have to cope with all those local regulations, set up local payment systems, then rises the question of who pays taxes. ITS ONE OF THE BEAUTIES OF MMO RPGS, THE GAME ISNT STATIC, IT GROWS AND EVERY NOW AND THEN OFFERS NEW LANDS TO DISCOVER, NEW QUESTS, NEW UNITS, NEW REWARDS. Coinist was recently fortunate enough to chat with the folks at Lordmancer II , a mobile free-to-play massively multiplayer online RPG that allows players to mine cryptocurrency and spend it both inside and outside of the game. So lets dive into the interview to see how the game works. Hi and thanks for joining us today guys. Begin by introducing your project to us. For our readers who might not be familiar with what a massively multiplayer RPG is can you break down the details of how it all works? Well, there are shooters, there are races, and then there are MMO RPGs. The acronym looks scary but it actually stands for massively multiplayer online roleplaying games. Massively multiplayer means that theres hundreds and thousands of players in the game at the same time, and every player can communicate, trade or fight with someone else. You dont always play against computer, its other people, real people, which makes the experience breathtakingly unique. Online means that the game constantly talks to its servers and needs internet to run. Roleplaying means that you, as a player, have a character, a persona. It may be an ork, or an elf, or a human. Our game currently has 3 races, but there will be 5 when its fully launched. Your character cant die. You cultivate it, you see it gain level after level and become stronger and mightier. You decide what skil Continue reading >>

Privateers.life - The 1st Mmo Game With Blockchain Based Economics!

Privateers.life - The 1st Mmo Game With Blockchain Based Economics!

Privateers.life - is a full simulation of life in a pirate environment. A game with the highest level of detail of what is happening and the unique atmosphere of the pirate settlement. In future - the expanding huge world of the 17th century, in which pirate coloring will only be one of the facets of boundless possibilities. You need to monitor the parameters of the character. He must be fed, healthy and felt good to survive. Numerous trials waiting you: wild animals and birds, diseases, domestic injuries, weather conditions. You can hunt, fish, collect wild plants and cultivate your own. 2017, Q3: Release of the alpha version of the game (single-player) for closed testing. 2017, Q4: Release of the beta version (single-player) for open testing, the beginning of development of multiplayer version, development of the design document, the involvement of the first partners in the field of external integration of LDM tokens. 2018, Q1: The creation of the first infrastructural near-game project - the exchange service, the output of the single-player version of the game on Steam, the involvement of the letsplayers in the advertising of the single-version of the game. 2018, Q2: Closed alpha testing of the multiplayer version of the game in a small location (arena mode), the end of the second quarter - open testing of the arena mode. 2018, Q3: Launch of the second infrastructure project: donation-service for donating to the letsplayers without commission with the use of LDM tokens, attracting flyers to advertising the donation-service with the creation of unique conditions for them. 2018, Q4: Release multiplayer version of the game (with the open world) in an open beta test. Development of the entire gaming concept, the economic system of the multiplayer part, the first few mon Continue reading >>

[ann]kingslayer - First Mobile Blockchain Mmorpg

[ann]kingslayer - First Mobile Blockchain Mmorpg

[ANN]KINGSLAYER - first mobile blockchain MMORPG All players get the opportunity of game mining in special "Mines" and instant crediting of the received reward to the integrated wallet. King Slayer uses the GameCoin cryptocurrency as a means of payment in deals made by players and purchases of unique game content. The GameCoin cryptocurrency will be traded on the largest trading sites, and in the perspective of 3 months after launch will reach a turnover of over 1-2 million USD THE ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF THE KINGSLAYER BLOCKCHAIN GAME. CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT. SELECTION OF THE PROJECT. DEVELOPMENT OF THE VGP (VIRTUAL GAME PLATFORM). CONCEPT FOR FURTHER IMPLEMENTATION. MARKETING TEAM CREATION, DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARKETING STRATEGY FOR THE SALE OF TOKENS FOR THE FURTHER IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROJECT. RELEASE OF THE BETA VERSION OF THE KINGSLAYER GAME. RUNNING THE MAIN ROUNDS OF VGC TOKENS SALE. DEVELOPMENT OF MOBILE AND WEB-VERSION OF A WALLET FOR VGC STORAGE DETECTION AND CORRECTION OF BUGS IN KING SLAYER CREATION OF API FOR CONNECTION OF MINING OPTIONS IN THE GAME. Continue reading >>

Cryptozombies - Learn To Code Games On Ethereum. Powered By Loom Network

Cryptozombies - Learn To Code Games On Ethereum. Powered By Loom Network

CryptoZombies is a free, interactive code school that teaches you to build games on Ethereum. The course is designed for beginners to Solidity and starts off with the absolute basics. So if you've never coded with Solidity before, don't worry we'll walk you through step by step. In-browser step-by-step lessons take you from the very basics of Solidity to creating your own fully-functional blockchain-based game. Even by the end of Lesson 1 (which can be completed in one sitting), you'll know enough to officially call yourself a Solidity developer! In Lesson 1, you will build a Zombie Factory to build your army. Every Zombie you create will have randomly generated DNA and have his own unique appearance. Further lessons (1 released each week) will add more functionality to your game, like the ability to battle other people's zombies! Earn crypto-collectible Zombies and bonuses by completing coding lessons. After completing all lessons and deploying your DApp, pit your zombie army against other players' zombies in one of the world's first blockchain-based games! Half code-school, half MMO crypto-collectible strategy game. What are you waiting for? Click the button below to dive into lesson 1 and build your first DApp. It's free! Who Made CryptoZombies and Why Is It Free? Loom Network . We're building a platform for running large-scale applications on Ethereum sidechains. We think blockchains are capable of a lot more than just payments, and we want to get more developers thinking outside the box and trying to build large-scale DApps. Games are one of the areas where we think blockchain will really revolutionize things. So we built CryptoZombies to help educate and inspire the next generation of blockchain game devs. Aside from CryptoZombies, we're working on some really co Continue reading >>

Play Skara

Play Skara

We all put a lot of time into our favorite game. Our Skara community members know this some of our players have put hundreds of precious hours into perfecting their fighting style! Time is valuable, should be rewarded and games have tried rewarding their players in various ways. Its always nice to get a new Steam badge, but turning that time into something valuable has required bending the rules. Until now we are proud to officially announce that Skara will reward its community by connecting to the wider economy on the blockchain. Thanks to new cryptocurrency technology, it is now possible to make our game rewards tradable in the greater world economy through a legal, and regulatory compliant method. SKARA is therefore announcing the creation of a new cryptocurrency in the form of an ERC-20 token based on the Ethereum blockchain. We call it a SKARAT (SKARA Token SKT), which can be traded on the open market. SKARATs and valuable game items will be stored in a decentralized blockchain on the users dedicated Ether wallet. The game will allow the user to link his blockchain identity (wallet) to his account in SKARA. Accounting for game assets through the blockchain allows the users to take the value of their game items outside of the SKARA universe. By having the freedom to buy, trade and sell items, Skara assets (including SKARATs) become even more collectible and valuable. Some of those assets including new skins not seen before in our Alpha are already on the blockchain in Book or Orbs. We would like to take the opportunity now to thank you for your previous and future support and to let you all know the pride and responsibility we feel in continuing to build this incredible universe alongside you. Please visit www.skaratoken.com to learn more about the SKARATs and how Continue reading >>

Chimaera - Blockchain Gaming

Chimaera - Blockchain Gaming

Chimaera's custom blockchain is designed specifically for blockchain gaming. We provide an entire ecosystem for game developers and gamers to thrive in never before seen markets. Our years of experience have resulted in some of the most innovative technologies in cryptocurrency that ensure safe trading and near infinite scalability. An emerging genre of gaming that was first introduced in our pioneer project, Huntercoin. In this genre, blockchains are propagated and rewards are distributed on the basis of player success in online gaming competition. As conceived by our team in 2013, Decentralised Autonomous Universes allow unstoppable game worlds that are provably fair and secure. Its your world! As pioneered by our team in Namecoin, this guarantees safe trading of virtual assets where everyone gets what is agreed upon, and fraud is impossible. Peer-to-peer networks reminiscent of a gamified Lightning Network. With game channels, any number of players can participate in real-time, trustless gameplay. Provably fair games have real economies where rewards transcend the digital and manifest in reality. This is the Apotheosis of Gaming. Ownership is guaranteed, absolute, and as immutable as the blockchain. Safe and secure, payments and trading are easier, faster and cheaper than ever before, all with no need for a trusted 3rd party. Provably fair games have real economies where rewards transcend the digital and manifest in reality. This is the Apotheosis of Gaming. Ownership is guaranteed, absolute, and as immutable as the blockchain. Safe and secure, payments and trading are easier, faster and cheaper than ever before, all with no need for a trusted 3rd party. An emerging genre of gaming that was first introduced in our pioneer project, Huntercoin. In this genre, blockcha Continue reading >>

Blockchain + Gaming: Mmorpg's On Dapps

Blockchain + Gaming: Mmorpg's On Dapps

Zaid Mahomedy Founder @ Immersive Authority (360 Display Tech H/W) for Expos & Activations, Tech/Travel Writer, Enterprise Architect I am sold on the idea of blockchain technologies be employed to operate as a decentralised database to record data, where multiple people with incentives of their own, who dont have a reason to trust each other, need a secure and trustworthy way to transact with each other. Many teams are already tackling the issues of scalability and performance and Im sure one or many of primary blockchains, hard forks, or alt-coin projects in development will iron out these issues soon. Im more curious about where were going with DApps (decentralised apps); in particular how the full application stack (that includes the frontend elements, rulesets that can be updated, application logic that can be patched, operational databases and other mechanics) and the physical internet-connected application servers are deployed. Smart contracts allow for very basic applications to be deployed on a blockchain at present where they cannot invoke a service call to an external service provider to lookup information (each node on the blockchain executes a smart contract at different times and can receive different responses), the rules can never be changed, and the fee to execute transactions are increasing over time on certain blockchain platforms like Ethereum (especially for complex rulesets). Smart contracts are akin to stored procedures on a database, or Chaincode on the Hyperledger Fabric. You use them to perform basic operations on a limited dataset. Ive been giving thought to a more complex use case for the blockchain and believe that a MMORPG (Massively-Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) would work well if implemented as a DApp utilising blockchain technolo Continue reading >>

Project Asobi Coin Aims To Create Mmorpg And Blockchain Fusion

Project Asobi Coin Aims To Create Mmorpg And Blockchain Fusion

Project Asobi Coin Aims to Create MMORPG and Blockchain Fusion Gabriel Valdez March 16th, 2018 - 9:27 PM TokenSky 2018 was the go-to event for Asian-Pacific companies and individuals to meet and discuss about blockchain technology. During the conference, Japanese company ASOBIMO,Inc. announced their next project, dubbed Asobi Coin , which aims to combine aspects of blockchain technologies and MMORPGs for the mobile market. The company is most notable for publishing smartphone MMORPGs such as Avabel Online and Toram Online, and they have had an extensive amount of experience with MMORPGs since 2007. To make matters even more unique, it is not typical of Japanese game developers to create MMOs for mobile phones. With their niche grasp on the Japanese smartphone MMORPG market, they are attempting to capitalize on their presence with the unique integration between blockchain and mobile MMORPG. You might be asking what blockchain technology is. To put it simply, it is a peer-to-peer system of data that is most widely and popularly used for cryptocurrencies, such a Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Zcash. Cryptocurrency is like any type of currency; it can be used to make purchases and has value among a wide scope of people. The catch is that it can be created and earned by anyone online, is an electronic-only currency, and is invested by many as its value fluctuates heavily. The reason for this blockchain MMORPG mix might be because of the peer-to-peer aspect required for an effective use of blockchain technology. Although details are scarce, the upcoming project is expected to utilize this technology directly in-game and will most likely create one type of in-game currency. Whether or not you can obtain this currency intuitively, be required to grind for it, or be able to trade it wit Continue reading >>

Huntercoin | Human Mining - Decentralized Online Game

Huntercoin | Human Mining - Decentralized Online Game

Huntercoin is an Open Source Crypto Currency similar to Bitcoin. The main difference is that ~80% of the coins are obtainable by collecting coins in a virtual universe which resides inside the blockchain. A Simple game is played to collect coins on a map of which has an element of Player vs Player combat to fight over resources. This can be termed as Human (or AI) mining, and the competition which has gotten more difficult over time can be called a Human (or AI) Difficulty level. Cryptographically secure, decentralized and innovative, Huntercoin was released in Feburary 2014 as a live experimental test to see how blockchain technology could handle full on game worlds. Huntercoin proved this concept well and is still in development today. Worlds First Dual Algo (SHA256 and Scrypt each with own difficulty, 2 minute block times each) Each Algo can be Merge Minded (with Bitcoin / Litecoin etc) Retarget every block based on the last 2016 blocks Block Reward halving approx every 4 years Crown of Fortune a Unique Item on the Map that generates 0.25 HUCs per block for the holder Worlds First Real MMO Decentralized Gameworld When a player banks coins inside the world, miners will receive 10% of the players coins, and when a player is killed, miners will receive 4% of dropped coins. This is to encourage miners to process transactions. Hunters collect coins on the map, then bring them back to spawn areas to transfer them to the users wallet. What happens when no more coins are generated? The same as bitcoin, miners will generate income via transacton fees. Although, game transaction fees are a lot more expensive. Maybe eventually they will, and it will be humans vs bots, then bots vs bots.. We are currently working on making it more difficult for automated dominators. Huntercoin Continue reading >>

Mmorpg On A Blockchain?

Mmorpg On A Blockchain?

Has there been any attempts at using a blockchain to record the events that occur in an MMORPG? I know there is Huntercoin which proves that the concept works. Unfortunately, their dev died and their market cap is tiny. I can't find any other examples out there. Building an MMORPG on a blockchain would eliminate the requirement for centralized servers. It would also allow for the use of internal currencies within the game itself. Perhaps the biggest downside is that you would need to run as a full node to play the game unless light clients were developed. Um. I am fairly certain you need centralized servers to tell you where everyone is at at any given moment. As well as host content, etc. So you wouldn't be eliminating any servers ... just making it needlessly complex. Do people realize that storing 40GB of data on 10,000 computers (decentralized) is a total of 400TB of data? Not to even mention the bandwidth cost? Blockchain is horrifically inefficient so the value of decentralized has to be worth a hell of a lot for it to mean anything. So ya ... you'd change the "Who owns what & what skills do they have" from being a $5,000 a year proposition to a $5,000,000 a year proposition by the time you add mining costs, bandwidth, hard drive storage redundancy, etc all in. Um. I am fairly certain you need centralized servers to tell you where everyone is at at any given moment. As well as host content, etc. So you wouldn't be eliminating any servers ... just making it needlessly complex. Do people realize that storing 40GB of data on 10,000 computers (decentralized) is a total of 400TB of data? Not to even mention the bandwidth cost? Blockchain is horrifically inefficient so the value of decentralized has to be worth a hell of a lot for it to mean anything. So ya ... you'd c Continue reading >>

Top 5 Blockchain Projects In Gaming

Top 5 Blockchain Projects In Gaming

When you think about blockchain, the first thing that comes to mind will probably be cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Then you might think of this continuously growing list of blocks of records (thats secured by cryptography) disrupting the healthcare and financial industry. Another area where blockchain-based technologies (and tokens) are starting to make a huge impact is the gaming industry. While tech and gaming go hand in hand, blockchain is creating a whole new world of possibilities for game developers and gamers alike. Blockchain in gaming enables gamers to connect, collaborate, compete, and negotiate directly and even unlock new revenue sources. This can translate into a huge opportunity in a $109 billion gaming market . So its safe to conclude that blockchain is disrupting and changing gaming forever. While its still early days, we already have some key players. Lets take a look at the top five gaming projects on blockchain that you should know about. PlayKey is a decentralized P2P blockchain gaming platform that enables cloud gaming with payment tiers that determine how gamers play . On this platform, gamers can select the stream quality and play games by either buying them directly from PlayKey or by utilizing their own Steam game library. PlayKeys business model is unique because theyre not taking any revenue away from game publishers, rather, theyre collaborating with them and promoting them through their virtualization service. The key advantage here is that those who cant afford the hardware can now have access to over 150 games on the Steam for a highly affordable subscription fee thats just under $10 for 720p resolution and 30 FPS. Game Machine is a blockchain-based ecosystem that brings gamers, developers, and advertisers together to communicate and eng Continue reading >>

Whos Ready To Play The Blockchain Game?

Whos Ready To Play The Blockchain Game?

Our top 5 video game based blockchain projects (that arentus). Here at FirstBlood, we are busy integrating some of the biggest mainstream video games into our ethereum blockchain based competition platform. A tall order since none were designed with blockchain compatibility in mind. We certainly feel we are up to the task, but with an eye to the future, we are looking forward to seeing more games integrate ethereum technology as a core feature. From peer-to-peer competition, to real-money in game economies, to blockchain based in game assets, to decentralized game logic, there is a world of possibilities for how blockchain will be integrated into the next generation of video games and the products built around them. This week, we want to highlight some of the other projects joining us on this pioneering journey to bring the blockchain to video games. So without further ado, here is our top five. This is a project we are really excited about, Ownage ( ownage.io ) has been running in stealth mode for a while now, releasing only bits and pieces of information here and there to their dedicated slack community. Their website describes them as an ethereum based platform to distribute, collect, and trade digital game content. Essentially, they want to make your in game items truly your own. No longer is does your AWP Asiimov or your Kazakus have to remain an entry in Valve or Blizzards data centre. With Ownage, game developers will free your precious in game loot from its bonds, allowing you to do with it what you want. This opens a variety of possibilities, from secondary item markets, to peer-to-peer asymmetric item wagering (a potential synergy between Ownage and FirstBlood), to items which are available across multiple games (imagine if unlocking a card in Hearthstone gav Continue reading >>

Bitfantasy Is An Mmorpg In Which Players Can Trade Virtual Items For Bitcoin

Bitfantasy Is An Mmorpg In Which Players Can Trade Virtual Items For Bitcoin

Jul 23, 2013 at 14:15 UTC|UpdatedAug 21, 2014 at 17:51 UTC BitFantasy is a new online role playing game whose unique selling point is that players can trade with each other using bitcoin. The game is in its early beta phase, but its developer, Darren Tarbard, says he is ensuring that this won't be a pay to win kind of game. Darren Tarbard has been developing software for around 20 years, half of which has been for financial organisations. However, his hobby has always been game development. The idea of BitFantasy received a lot of positive feedback when Darren suggested it on Reddit. From that point, he decided to stop his software contract work and took on the challenge of a bitcoin-driven MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role playing game) as his full-time occupation. As for the plot of the game - it's not that complicated. You live in an infinite world, and you explore it by building roads to discover new villages, resources or mysteries. In terms of antagonists, there is a "world-eating" monster destroying land, and the royal guard has started a revolt against the Queen. She, of course, recruits you to rebuild the world and fight the royal guard. In case you're wondering how you'll be able to play BitFantasy, Darren told us: "We expect BitFantasy to be playable by anyone with a modern web browser. This brings significant challenges based on the differences between browsers, particularly mobile, but we think it's worth it to make it easy for everyone to access". Darren said that he is taking things slowly to get an idea of server load and to look for unforeseen bugs. Instead of going through the now popular social crowdfunding route (e.g. Kickstarter), BitFantasy has a 0.01 BTC sign up price. Darren told us, "...the minimum is 0.01 BTC, but if you pay more you g Continue reading >>

Blockchain And Gaming: Mmorpgs

Blockchain And Gaming: Mmorpgs

February 27, 2018 zaid All , Applications , General 1 I am sold on the idea of blockchain technologies be employed to operate as a decentralised database to record data, where multiple people with incentives of their own, who dont have a reason to trust each other, need a secure and trustworthy way to transact with each other. Many teams are already tackling the issues of scalability and performance and Im sure one or many of primary blockchains, hard forks, or alt-coin projects in development will iron out these issues soon. Im more curious about where were going with DApps (decentralised apps); in particular how the full application stack (that includes the frontend elements, rulesets that can be updated, application logic that can be patched, operational databases and other mechanics) and the physical internet-connected application servers are deployed. Smart contracts allow for very basic applications to be deployed on a blockchain at present where they cannot invoke a service call to an external service provider to lookup information (each node on the blockchain executes a smart contract at different times and can receive different responses), the rules can never be changed, and the fee to execute transactions are increasing over time on certain blockchain platforms like Ethereum (especially for complex rulesets). Smart contracts are akin to stored procedures on a database, or Chaincode on the Hyperledger Fabric. You use them to perform basic operations on a limited dataset. Ive been giving thought to a more complex use case for the blockchain and believe that a MMORPG (Massively-Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) would work well if implemented as a DApp utilising blockchain technology. At the data layer, a blockchain is used to prevent cheating or theft of res Continue reading >>

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