Oasys, a Web3, EVM-compatible, gamefi-focused blockchain project, launched its mainnet first phase on October 25th. The company, which has drawn support from AAA game companies such as Sega, Ubisoft and Bandai Namco, will begin validating blocks from all nodes in preparation for the final activation scheduled for November 8th.
Oasys launches mainnet operation
Oasys, a blockchain project aimed at serving gaming companies by providing high-speed transactions with zero fees, has taken its first steps towards full operation. The company recently announced that validators in the network have already started the first phase of mainnet activation, communicating with nodes and testing the main functionality of the chain.
The chain’s validator set consists of 21 companies, including AAA names such as Sega, Bandai Namco, Square Enix, and Ubisoft. The full mainnet launch is expected to take place on November 8th, and the chain will begin integrating key components of the system with the larger ecosystem.
Daiki Moriyama, director of Oasis, said, said:
The mainnet launch is an important step towards creating a fully functioning, public-driven gaming blockchain that will transform the future of gaming and deliver significant value to both players and game developers.
This launch comes after the company received An audit by Quantstamp, a smart security auditing firm, proves that the smart contract system works as intended.oasis Raised The July Private Token Sale was $20 million and was attended by Republic Capital, Jump Crypto, Crypto.com, Huobi, Kucoin and Gate.io. However, the company is still working to make the token available to the general public on several exchanges.
Oasys aims to position itself in the growing gamefi (intersection of gaming and finance) market, offering a gamer-friendly chain that is touted as green, fast, and fee-free. trying to solve.sector is cherished Currently at $8 billion, it is expected to grow exponentially, reaching a valuation of over $50 billion by 2025.
Several companies have partnered with Oasys to use the upcoming network as the basis for Web3-related projects. Among them is Sega, release Developed by Double Jump Tokyo, the first licensed blockchain game to integrate Web3 elements using Oasys’ services.
Another AAA game company, Square Enix, also look Development of blockchain-based games as part of a partnership with Oasys.
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