Twitch Co-Founder Launches Gaming NFT Marketplace, Fractal

Justin Kan, Co-Founder of Twitch, launched Fractal last week, his new marketplace for gaming NFTs. The company launched with a slate of leading partner blockchain games, which collectively merchandise billions in NFT value within their games. Players on Fractal will be able to buy gaming NFTs for partner games directly from studio drops or in the resale market from other players. Fractal is built on the Solana blockchain and its NFTs are currently selling from anywhere between 0.07 SOL to a whopping 14.00 SOL, or roughly $20,000.

“Players will now own their in-game assets and be able to take them with them wherever they go,” said Kan. “Durable digital assets through NFTs are the future of gaming. We’ve partnered with some of the most innovative gaming companies on the Solana blockchain to bring that future forward. We’ve seen over 100,000 community members join our Discord server within ten days since we announced Fractal, making Fractal one of the fastest growing communities in crypto. Players are excited about blockchain games and we’re excited about all the new experiences that will be enabled by them.”

As a reward for joining the community early, the first 100,000 members will soon be receiving their own unique Fractal NFT. These NFTs will unlock future benefits for the NFT holder within the Fractal community and potentially in third-party games as well.

(All information was provided by MarTech Series and TweakTown)

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