Wasder is the pioneer of the social game Microverse on Solana Through


STOCKHOLM, December 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Wasder, a global gamified social microvers for gamers, has announced plans to launch on Solana, a market-leading blockchain solution, as Wasder seeks to become the main focus entry point for future metaverse.

As the first mainstream gaming platform and digital microverse of its kind, the collaboration sets a new standard for gamers and publishers. The joint effort allows players to participate in the Game of Wasder, a fully gamified experience built into the social platform, allowing them to get more involved in the games they love such as Minecraft, Call of Duty, Roblox, Fortnite, Garena Free Fire, PUBG Mobile and more.

The Game of Wasder makes interacting with brands a more immersive experience. Combined with Game Spaces, it allows game publishers and developers to host their communities on Wasder. It also gives them access to a plethora of other quality of life solutions, such as showcasing their in-game items, like NFTs, Battlepasses, and Rewards, while also exposing themselves to a larger audience. The rewards are exclusive NFTs of the games with which Wasder is a partner. Wasder has previously worked with Townstar from Gala Games and Hash Rush from Vorto Games and will announce several new partners in the first quarter of 2022. Users will also have access to Wasder’s Battlepass, which allows each person to earn rewards for a specific game during some time. period of time. Users can then view these rewards / NFTs on their interactive user profiles, creating a new way to express both themselves and their pool of rewards in the community.

“Players have historically been unable to take ownership of their items in games. This means that there have been limits with who you can trade them in, or move them between your own accounts, or other artificial requirements. that you had to answer in order to do anything with the items you won or purchased. NFTs allow players to truly control their own things, meaning they can trade them between their own accounts, or with their friends, or sell them if they … Old Pokémon Trading Cards? No one controls them except you.

“Plus, turning items into NFT allows us to do massive collaborations with brands. For example, imagine Wasder partnering up with Pokémon, Star Wars, or Marvel. Players would have the ability to collect items from all of their games. favorite and then create this a great showroom that really represents their own gaming experience. The beauty is that they own all the items and no one can take that away from them, ”said Thomas Gronnevik, CEO of Wasder.

Integration of the Solana blockchain

In addition to building Wasder’s game on technology, Wasder intends to use the Solana blockchain for several reasons, including its initial use for NFT strike. Although Wasder plans to support multiple blockchains for NFTs in the future, the Solana ecosystem will be the first and run the core system behind the transfer of NFTs between players.

“When we made a decision on which blockchain company we wanted to build with, Solana was a no-brainer. Not only were we impressed with their transaction processing speed and costs, but Solana’s architecture satisfies the three desirable attributes of a blockchain: secure, scalable, and decentralized. And thanks to a number of technical innovations, there is no need for energy-intensive mining, which means the network is extremely environmentally friendly, placing Solana at the forefront of blockchain technology. », Adds Gronnevik.

“Gaming is fast becoming the next forefront of blockchain technology,” said Johnny Lee, Head of BD Gaming at Solana Labs. “Projects like Wasder will introduce millions of people to the power of blockchain, and I’m delighted they choose to build on Solana. ”

“Our microverse (a combination of a social platform and play spaces) consists of three parts. The first communication layer is modern social media where gamers connect with other gamers. the game space adds is a second layer of communication – which is people connecting to the game itself and to the developers behind them. Additionally, we’ve added a third layer, which is the ability to engage with brands / developers themselves and bring in rewards that the player can present to other people and can really do This creates a depth that has never existed in a social ecosystem before, and this is what we consider to be a true Microverse », Adds Gronnevik.

About Solana

Solana is the most efficient blockchain in the world. It gives developers the confidence to build for the long haul by delivering predictable scale without compromising security or composability. Solana’s performance is driven by intra-shard parallelism, capable of processing thousands of smart contracts at once, and by Proof of History, an innovation in distributed timing that unlocks lower-than-second low latency finality across the world state. To learn more, please visit https://solana.com.

About Wasder

Wasder is a social platform for gamers with a multitude of tools that solve the biggest challenges they face. With features like matchmaking, communities, group chats, play spaces, and a personalized feed, it’s easy to both find new friends to play with and keep in touch and up to date with them. The ecosystem is built on blockchain technology, which allows true ownership of in-game elements such as NFTs, and players to showcase elements from different games and metaverse in their interactive profile.

By providing a framework for millions of players, Wasder gives the industry access to what it needs: a unified target audience and a framework where their offering allows users to access faster and easier. This brings real added value to the industry and to consumers by strengthening the commitment of all those involved. By providing this framework, Wasder becomes an authority on all things games and a must-see place to be.

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