Author Topic: BBH#16 How Blockchain Gaming Is Changing the Industry - Paul Gadi  (Read 1501 times)

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One of the most promising use cases for blockchain technology is gaming. Join us for another episode of Blockchain Beyond Hype as we explore the future of blockchain gaming led by Paul Gadi, CTO and co-founder of blockchain gaming companies Alto.io and Altitude Games. Paul has won several awards including Best Mobile Multiplayer Game in the International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA). One of his recent successes is the car racing game Battle Racers, which was featured in Dapp Radar in June 2019.
Topics covered in today’s episode:
➔ Decentralized in-game economies run on a blockchain
➔ The current state of the blockchain gaming industry
➔ Challenges the blockchain gaming industry is facing today
➔ In-game items that persist across games
➔ eSports paying winners of tournaments in cryptocurrency
➔ How blockchain helps value flow to game developers and players (instead of the company and platform owners seeing all the benefits)
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Read the full interview here: https://blogchainzoo.com/blockchain-in-gaming-industry/

BBH Guest
- Paul Gadi, CTO and co-founder of Alto.io, Technical Director and co-founder of Altitude Games
Paul has more than 14 years of experience in games and applications development. He is a co-founder and CTO of a blockchain game platform, Alto.io and a co-founder of a mobile game development studio moving into the blockchain game space, Altitude Games. His game developments projects won several awards including Best Mobile Multiplayer Game in the International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA) and handset manufacturer awards from Nokia and Sony Ericsson. One of his recent successes is the car racing game Battle Racers, which was featured in Dapp Radar in June 2019.
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