Wemade migrates Wemix Play to its 3.0 blockchain mainnet

The move will support secure token swap transactions and enhanced usability

Wemix Play, the blockchain gaming platform supported by South Korean video game developer Wemade, has migrated to the Wemix 3.0 Mainnet.

As of June 29, following the mainnet migration, all games onboarded on Wemix Play have 

connected to the high-performance EVM-compatible open-source protocol.

To enhance network interoperability, the firm has improved its services by utilizing the Play Proof Protocol (PPP), a contract that supports secure transitions and adheres to a fast and secure swap service.

Without the use of PPP, the swap service originally required multiple steps to transfer tokens of different chains.

Now, with the use of the protocol, such steps can be made with just a signature, which in turn enhances usability through connections with various mainnets. 

By making new connections with a range of mainnets, Wemix Play will support the use of easier token swaps and Wemade will reportedly focus on building a community with other chains through its Wemix ecosystem omni-chain strategy.

With over 20 years of industry experience, Wemade is set to increase mass adoption of blockchain gaming through its Wemix subsidiary.

The firm will work on building a “mega ecosystem” offering experience-based, platform-driven and easy-to-use Web3 services.

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Written by Isabella Aslam


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