Mobile gaming company BoomBit has launched BoomLand, the first dedicated Web 3 gaming platform, metaverse, and play-to-earn ecosystem built on Supernet technology. The company plans to launch its first game, Hunter On-Chain, a play-to-earn, free-to-play mobile game equipped with an NFT lending and borrowing marketplace.
BoomBit is one of the fastest-growing mobile gaming studios globally, with 33 million monthly active users, more than 200 games published, and over one billion downloads to date. With BoomLand, the company aims to mitigate congestion issues, remove high gas fees, and reduce latency concerns through an efficient and fast blockchain ecosystem that will run via a Decentralized Publishing Organization. Using the native $BOOM token, users can contribute to governance functions and decide as a team how the ecosystem as a whole evolves.
“BoomLand is designed to evolve gaming experiences into a Web 3 format that fosters a player-first economy,” said Hannibal Soares, CEO of BoomLand. “By building on our own dedicated chain, we’re able to abstract the complexities of blockchain while still providing the core benefits such as verifiable digital ownership, secondary markets, and play-and-earn rewards.”
BoomLand was launched in collaboration with Polygon Studios, also a major financial investor in the project.
(All information was provided by Yahoo!)
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