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Ecosystem Update: Shardeum x LYNC

We’re excited to announce our partnership with LYNC, a GameFi infrastructure that makes it easy for game developers to launch their games on-chain without the complexities of blockchain.

With LYNC SDKs, game developers can seamlessly integrate their games into engines like Unity and Unreal with just a few clicks. The SDKs offer wallet integration, in-game marketplaces, LYNC Game Launcher, dynamic NFT integration, asset interoperability, in-game monetization, and cross-chain support using Axelar.

Through this integration, LYNC aims to onboard the next billion gamers onto the Shardeum ecosystem by allowing game developers to launch their games on the Shardeum network with ease. The partnership will enable wallet integration, adding Shardeum, in-game marketplaces, and NFT deployment on Shardeum in just a few clicks, providing a completely decentralized environment without hampering the gaming experience.

With LYNC’s OKX and MetaMask Wallet SDK, game developers can launch their games on the Shardeum network in 30 seconds. We can’t wait to see what exciting games will be developed and launched on the Shardeum platform with LYNC’s innovative infrastructure.

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Last Updated on June 28, 2023

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