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Twitch’s Co-Founder Creates New Start-Up Company

Justin Kan, the co-founder of Twitch, is starting a new project. The 38-year-old entrepreneur recently announced he was launching a start-up company called Fractal that will create a marketplace for NFT gaming.

The platform consists of several play-to-earn opportunities according to TechCrunch, allowing users to shop for avatars and other digital collectibles. The company works on the Solana Blockchain.

“Whether its starships or magical swords or characters that are playable in NFT games, we want to be a primary and secondary marketplace,” Kan said. “Our goal is to like be that primary and secondary marketplace for all the endgame things that developers sell before or after they launch a game.”

It hasn’t been all good for, though. The organization was hacked during the platform’s debut. The scammer was able to get away with roughly $155,000 in user funds.

(All information was provided by TechCrunch [1,2], VentureBeat, and Wikipedia)

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