A Game Ecosystem for the Blockchain Games’ New Era
In 2018, the number of new gamers has reached its lowest point in a decade—a crisis that is surely devastating for the gaming community.
Also in 2018, blockchain games started rising up, thanks to the fuss that it brought to the scene in the last months of 2017. Because of this, traditional gaming companies and investors have since thought about innovating and incorporating said blockchain technology to games.
Recently, AMBCrypto reported about Baer Chain, a blockchain based game ecosystem that utilizes distributed intelligent contracts, who have established more than 600 community owners covering a large ecosystem of more than 650,000 in scale. AMBCrypto reported that the Cryptocurrency management system registered 342,752 users and grew steadily with 5% growth rate or more.
“Game is second only to the finance which is best suitable for blockchain applications industry. Because games have natural virtual scenes,” said Baer Chain founder, Vincent. He added, “In the process of maturing the entire industry, from 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 to a better era, Baer Chain will focus on the technology development of the underlying public chain, so that technology innovation will bring more value to the game industry. In the future, the Bell Chain main chain will meet the processing requirements of various category of game operations.”
With the little number of gamers, the gaming community is set to bring back the attention people have once put on the gaming scene. And Baer Chain is doing just that. With the concept of a “new game economy”, where assets and attributes could be better integrated, Baer Chain hopes that the gaming community will once again gain traction and be back to where it once was.