01 December 2021 13:10, UTC
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Millions of gamers will have the opportunity to earn money in play-to-earn games and other virtual environments.
In late November, micro-income investment app Amasa announced a partnership with the Enjin blockchain project. Its goal is to combine the power of microeconomics and the fast-paced world of blockchain gaming and NFT.
The collaboration aims to increase earnings from play-to-earn games and through NFTs, which will be leveraged by Amasa’s large user base and the Enjin team’s expertise in unlocking the potential of Web3 and the metaverse.
Both companies intend to tackle technical integration to jointly demonstrate the benefits of generating blockchain revenues.
What’s more, this move allows you to combine gaming and NFT revenues with micro-revenues from cryptocurrency, data exchange, social media activities, and IoT.
Another interesting Amasa project is the app, which is scheduled to launch in the second quarter of 2022. Having started working with Polygon, the team is now aiming to introduce their product on the Polkadot-based Enjin blockchain called Efinity.
In a partnership statement, Amasa founder William Birks listed the reasons for the partnership with Enjin:
They increase network speed and reduce costs, improve user experience and facilitate the free movement of player funds.
All this is necessary for the massive introduction of the open metaverse. We look forward to improving Enjin’s technical advancements in the same way we do for our users.
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