According to the Cities of the Future Index, which places Toronto among the top smart cities, it is a center for new technology and its integration into daily life. Why wouldn’t they want to be at the vanguard of the trillion-dollar industries of the future?
Toronto was an obvious choice for us because Canada is one of the top countries pushing the future industry forward. Because it will be a hub for the world’s greatest professionals in legislation, policymaking, technological development, and cutting-edge research, the AIBC Americas Expo was a haven for many investors and entrepreneurs looking to ride the wave of the Industrial Revolution 4.0.
Street Runner-Miami, a gaming platform was present this year to enhance the energy.
Street Runner is a free-to-play open-world street racing metaverse inspired by Fast & Furious and Need for Speed, featuring a Play to Earn mechanism that allows anyone to earn tokens. We are certain that this is the best path forward for gaming’s future and the development of a social-economic ecosystem. Players can compete in races, improve their vehicles, wager on races, buy properties, and much more.
Third parties have access to all Street Runner tools and data, allowing the community to create their cars.
The economic design that the Blockchain uses to reward our participants for their contributions to the ecosystem is the key distinction between Street Runner and a regular game. By dividing the main game network into smaller, distinct networks that are automatically established in multiple four players, Street Runner uses a liquidity and distribution system separate from the main game network.
Pioneers of a Healthy, Long-Term Economy
These supply liquidity to each of the four players in the game’s network and, using Smart Contract technology, automatically distribute the liquidity provided among the four once the game is over, based on the race classification outcome.
In this way, Street Runner prevents game deflation over time, resulting in a financially sound game.