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Soyuzmultfilm is going to release games with cartoon characters in the form of NFTs
The commercial director of the studio, Vladimir Chibisov, said that Soyuzmultfilm is going to release video games on the Polygon blockchain platform. In the planned games, cartoon characters released at the studio will be used in the form of NFT tokens. The heroes of the games will be endowed with various characteristics, and the game will also be given the opportunity to extract and use resources.
During the Eastern Economic Forum, representatives of Polygon and Soyuzmultfilm, after a series of negotiations, came to an agreement on the creation and support of NFT projects. As part of the partnership, Polygon will invest over $4 million in the studio's NFT work.
NFT marketplace OnePlanet moves from Terra to Polygon
After the collapse of the Terra blockchain, the OnePlanet NFT market team was one of the first to announce that it would leave the ecosystem. In a recent statement, the company reveals the details: it will move its users to the Polygon blockchain.
At its peak, the OnePlanet marketplace registered 30,000 active users, and the daily trading volume reached $450,000. But for the past few months, the service has been solving migration issues. After all, the Terra ecosystem collapsed, and investors took their money from applications based on this blockchain. Terra's total app valuation was $20 billion as of May 7. By June 1, that had dropped to $48 million.
Startup Sorare partners with the NBA to launch a gaming platform
The well-known French blockchain startup Sorare has announced an agreement with the National Basketball Association (NBA) to launch a platform for a fantasy game using NFT cards. Also, as part of a new partnership with the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA), an agreement was signed on all kinds of assistance in the implementation of the project.
This fall, an official licensed game called "Sorare: NBA" is expected to launch. Similar to other Sorare startup projects, gamers will be given the opportunity to buy and sell digital NFT cards with images of basketball players.
Users will be able to form teams themselves. Points will be earned based on the performance of teams and athletes in the regular NBA championships. Both critics and analysts note that this is far from the first attempt to use NFT technology in the basketball world.
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