Oasys, a Singapore-based blockchain company has built a new platform to attract more P2E gamers. The company promoted its scalable and eco-friendly blockchain after making a strong PoS use case. The new platform is expected to find a lot of mainstream P2E adoption.
Oasys offers players an experience which includes zero gas fee and easy portability of assets between different projects on the blockchain. This is offered to both users and developers. The team of founders includes top people from gaming and crypto firms. Some of them are Hajime Nakatani of Bandai Namco, Shuji Utsumi of Sega Corporation, and Gabby Dizon of Yield Guild Games.
Oasys blockchain’s official launch was on February 7th. The company initially worked with 21 Web3 and gaming tech companies. These companies worked as validators and YGG was the among the first to sign up. Shuji Utsumi of Sega talked about the importance of creating a scalable blockchain for the gaming ecosystem, during the launch. H also addressed the environmental impact of PoW blockchains as it has been an issue with the gaming community. Many traditional gamers have objected to many firms who wanted to move to the NFT sector.
Gabby Dizon echoed Utsumi; sentiments by saying that there are always trade-offs when one is working on the right blockchain and to solve different challenges. She refused to comment further on any partnerships. While referring to gaming and blockchain, she predicted that there would be more than a 7x increase over late 2021 numbers. As one of the mainstream gaming companies in 2022, Oasys’ marketing head said that he expects more companies to join in and that the sector will experience explosive growth.