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Ubisoft, the French gaming giant responsible for major series like Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry, has joined the Blockchain Game Alliance, a coalition of gaming and Blockchain companies set on bringing blockchain technology to the gaming industry. Blockchain Game Alliance announced by @thegimliproject @B2Expand @enjin @Alto_io @ultra_io @Ubisoft @PlayFig @ConsenSys @EverdreamSoft at #BGS18 pic.twitter.com/PpJ9IkqlMu — Blockchain […]
The video game console is dying, and AAA game publisher Ubisoft wants to help craft the standards that guide the development of one of the technologies that may one day replace it: blockchain. Ubisoft Joins Blockchain Game Alliance Toward that end, the French gaming giant has signed on as a founding member of the Blockchain
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We all know that blockchain technology has huge implications for the gaming industry. The blockchain has the ability to revamp game ownership, game downloads, licensing, progress storage and even gameplay itself. The Blockchain Game Alliance (BGA) are the latest group working towards fostering new gaming technologies within the blockchain, and see’s the alliance of such gaming magnates as Ubisoft, ConsenSys and more.
BGA want to create a common approach in the development of blockchain technology for gaming.