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Hydraverse is changing blockchain gaming for the better

Blockchain gaming has become a groundbreaking industry accounting for a huge part of the revenue generated in the crypto space. It is also the bait attracting several new players into the booming blockchain market. Most users are thrilled by the prospect of earning while playing. This mode of gaming is

Spark Era’s $FIRE IGO on Seedify

GameFi is a lucrative product of the combination of the DeFi industry with the gaming industry. This amalgam of two up-and-coming industries has helped in developing a rewarding space that allows gamers to utilize their skills to earn real assets. Projects such as Firework Games have acted as the catalyst

Forward Protocol – Toolkits for Decentralized Value-Driven Economy

Web 3.0 applications have changed the way users interact with the internet by offering better security and transparency.  Forward Protocol is the “WordPress” for Web 3.0 with easy-to-use applications and digital assets. Powered by a modular architecture and five ready-to-deploy fully customizable smart contracts, the project offers a plug-and-play, no-code, and

Hypersphere Ventures Leads a $3.8 Million Seed Round for Subsquid

Subsquid recently announced the closure of a seed round featuring several partners and investors, of which Hypersphere Ventures took the lead.  Hypersphere Ventures provided the lead investor in Subsquid's strategic seed round. In addition, more than Twenty prominent Polkadot and crypto investors joined the $3.8 million September round, including four

How Players Are Taking Control of Character Creation

In the older days of gaming, a player making use of a character was straightforward; when a player logged into the game, they were presented with a pre-determined number of characters, each with its own features and abilities and those were their only options when it came to gameplay.   Over time,

Aave Protocol Set to Release V3; Here are things to note

The Aave protocol smart contracts (the "Aave Protocol") were initially deployed on the Ethereum mainnet in 2019. The Aave Protocol's first version allowed users to offer and obtain liquidity independently, as well as earn a return on any liquidity they gave to the protocol. A second version of the Aave Protocol

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