Harmony partners with Game Space

The integration of the gamefi platform with Harmony's proof-of-stake blockchain aims to minimize the time and cost of web 3.0 gaming development.

Proof-of-stake blockchain Harmony has partnered with the one-stop gamefi-as-a-service (GaaS) platform Game Space.

The partnership aims to help traditional web 2.0 games integrate into the world of web 3.0 by reducing the time and costs of on-chain game development.

The collaboration will focus on creating a gaming ecosystem targeting web 2.0 game developers who wish to transition their games into the blockchain.

Game Space offers an embedded software development kit (SDK) where web 2.0 game developers can integrate an NFT marketplace and a crypto wallet directly into their games.

The company also provides a customized platform SDK version allowing a web 2.0 gaming company an NFT marketplace and standalone token wallet.

On the other hand, Harmony offers a proof-of-stake blockchain network with Sharding, the scalability solution that distributes data across several machines to preserve both security and decentralization.

Harmony founder Stephen Tse said: “Harmony has built the blockchain infrastructure for gamefi builders. We are excited to partner with Game Space to support the next generation of games and to help scale mass adoption of web3 via sharding technology. Our shard 1 will be the new home for web3 game builders.”

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