Friday, April 19, 2024

Twitch Co-Founder Launches Gaming-Centred NFT Marketplace

According to online news sources, the Twitch co-founder, Justin Kan, has reportedly launched an NFT marketplace. This NFT platform has been named Fractal and it has been specifically designed for blockchain gaming companies, who can use it to sell non-fungible tokens (NFTs) related to gaming. The platform has been built on the Solana blockchain, which industry insiders feel can replace Ethereum in time to come. As per the news reports, the Fractal platform was launched on December 30, 2021, along with a wide range of games that account for billions in the value of non-fungible tokens. The major blockchain games that have been added to the platform consist of –

· Aurory

· The Sandbox

· Syn City

· Mini Royale

· Genopets

· Caveworld

· Portals

· Nyan Heroes

· Solchicks

· Photo Finish

· Panzerdogs

With this, the gaming platform has now gone live and trading has already started taking place. The NFTs on the Fractal platform is now selling for around 0.07 SOL to 14.00 SOL, which is equivalent to around $20,000. The biggest sale that took place on the platform in recent times was that of a ‘Baby Scoot’ NFT. It was sold for around 4 SOL, which is equivalent to around $680.

Even though the Fractal platform was launched just a few days back, the Discord group of the platform has gained more than 111,000 members. After announcing the Fractal platform, Justin Kan said that the platform community is growing at a rapid pace. He added that the digital assets in the form of NFTs are going to be the future of gaming.

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