- Horizen and GameStation team up to maximize the growing bitcoin play-to-earn gaming market.
- Gamers will see how zero-knowledge technology and decentralization may improve their favorite play-to-earn games.
- The teams will use Horizen’s technologies to improve play-to-earn gaming.
Founded in May of 2017, Horizen aims to secure the integrity and privacy of blockchain data by allowing real-world use cases in the technology. Horizen promises to be fully decentralized, completely customizable, and packed with privacy features. Among other things, it claims to offer low-cost blockchain development and customizable revenue models, along with an infinite number of tokens and digital assets.
Horizen is a decentralized node-based blockchain technology that is compatible with other blockchains. Its sidechain platform, which focuses on scalable data privacy, enables organizations and developers to create private or public blockchains utilizing its proprietary Zendoo sidechain technology.
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Horizen and GameStation collaborate to leverage blockchain technology to boost the expanding cryptocurrency pay-to-earn gaming industry.
There'll be a special giveaway and prizes for best questions. 🤩
— Horizen (@horizenglobal) November 7, 2021
Gamers and the crypto community may now have a role in making games, rather than publishers, thanks to GameStation, which places the power of game production and gameplay back into gamers’ hands.
Co-founder of Horizen, Rob Viglione, said, “We’re excited to work with GameStation to deliver our technology to the gaming community. Gamers will get a first-hand look at how zero-knowledge technology and decentralization may improve the play-to-earn games they enjoy. GameStation has joined us at the ideal time to help usher in a new era of decentralized, zero-knowledge gaming.”
Horizen and GameStation will work together to find new methods to make use of one another’s technologies. Horizen has positioned itself to be a significant player in the gaming industry with Zendoo, its zero-knowledge, customizable blockchain deployment solution. With selective privacy, game producers may extend their businesses from simple gaming platforms to large metaverses like Axie Infinity.
This partnership with Horizen will allow GameStation to harness their best-in-class tools for developers and house the largest and most widespread node network. Using Horizen’s technology, the teams will seek to improve the play-to-earn gaming environment.
Horizen endless stream of partnerships
With relationships with top blockchain projects like Celsius, Dash, and Morpheus, Horizen has a bright future ahead of it. Their first blockchain app, zkAudit, came out on Zendoo.
Horizen moved Zendoo to the public testnet ahead of the mainnet launch. The public testnet simulates production. Also, their first Zen Improvement Proposal (ZenIP). ZenIP is their approach to building more transparent, collaborative, and stable governance.
Having lost 0.04% in value in the last 24 hours, Horizen is now trading at $83.25 with a 24-hour trading volume of $38,011,506.