Often fans of video games, who buys add-ons or other game assets really are not their rightful owners, because the developers, publishers and sometimes distributors may at any time limit the right of the player to dispose of the purchased virtual items. The developers DMarket propose to solve this problem by using . For this, they teamed up with the creators of the game engine, Unity, — Forklog reports with reference to representatives of the companies.
Developers «connect» their games to the platform DMarket, after which all players have the opportunity to trade a variety of items from games. While all transactions are recorded in a secure database that is created on the blockchain. Active trade in-game items will boost the further development of the system of microtransactions and luchboxes, making it more loyal to the gamers.
Suppose that the user a completely boring game, in which he spent a few hundred hours. Usually all it ends wasted time and a bunch prosharenny in-game money. But with the system DMarket the player will be able to offset some of the costs by selling your unwanted now a virtual «clothes» for those who are still interested in the game and gain some real money for the transaction.
«Our goal — to make in-game items with full property in the near future, because our platform is ready to use», — the developers say DMarket.
Previously, the company announced the partnership with Xsolla payment system, so the first joint game projects on the blockchain, the wait is very long.
It is Worth noting that here we are talking primarily about the MMO project, originally designed to benefit not by selling the game itself, but at the expense of purchases made by users within the game. Likely to complete game projects this innovation in the near future will not be affected.
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