South Korea’s Vinetree Corporation, the parent company for the GameTalkTalk gaming app, has revealed a new blockchain network that will cater specifically to gamers. The new blockchain project, Ludena Protocol, will be a social platform for gamers all over the world.
According to a press release, GameTalkTalk has been very advantageous to gamers for at least seven years. GameTalkTalk has been powering games such as Clash Royale and Minecraft, and users can earn digital assets – stars – which they may use either to advance their progress on a game, or to download other games. The stars may also be used in exchange for gift cards from outfits like the Google Play store, Burger King, or Starbucks.
The Ludena Protocol will also do the same, with additional functions. The news release says that the platform will access a user’s specific gaming data, including gameplay, money spent, and other peculiar information. The data collected will be used to help advance gaming by matching gaming companies to players.
The Ludena Protocol will also include a reward-based social media decentralized application (DApp). The press release also says that the Protocol’s timing is right because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“With gameplay at an all-time high due to the global restrictions inflicted by the Coronavirus, Covid19, Ludena Protocol is a timely arrival to finally reward the world’s gaming community.”